Quilts of Valor Book

Quilts of Valor Book

NN01161

$19.99

Be encouraged to make a Quilt of Valor to honor those who have served in the military. 

  • Including more than 200 photos and fascinating stories of how quilts can honor and heal, this book explains the history of military quilts since the nation's beginning 
  • The mission of Quilts of Valor was to cover the nation's military with quilts and honor their service
  • To honor the military with quilts, volunteers donate their time and own materials to make a quilt 
  • In this book, a Quilt of Valor from each of the 50 states is showcased, sharing the impact its had on individuals and communities 
  • Want to make your own? There are 16 quilt patterns to choose from 
  • Includes step-by-step instructions, full color photos, illustrations, and fabric requirements
  • Patterns are also featured from the organization's Under Our Wings project, which brings young people into Quilts of Valor and encourages them to learn to sew
  • Contributing authors: Ann Parsons Holte, Renelda Peldunas-Harter, Ann Rehbein, and Sue Reich
  • Softcover; 167 pages
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Be encouraged to make a Quilt of Valor to honor those who have served in the military. 

  • Including more than 200 photos and fascinating stories of how quilts can honor and heal, this book explains the history of military quilts since the nation's beginning 
  • The mission of Quilts of Valor was to cover the nation's military with quilts and honor their service
  • To honor the military with quilts, volunteers donate their time and own materials to make a quilt 
  • In this book, a Quilt of Valor from each of the 50 states is showcased, sharing the impact its had on individuals and communities 
  • Want to make your own? There are 16 quilt patterns to choose from 
  • Includes step-by-step instructions, full color photos, illustrations, and fabric requirements
  • Patterns are also featured from the organization's Under Our Wings project, which brings young people into Quilts of Valor and encourages them to learn to sew
  • Contributing authors: Ann Parsons Holte, Renelda Peldunas-Harter, Ann Rehbein, and Sue Reich
  • Softcover; 167 pages