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You do not have to be an artist to be create a panel. All you need is the desire to have your loved one remembered.

Design the Panel

2-3'' border on all sides





Start with an all-cotton fabric measuring
22 x 36 inches.

Light, small, patterned fabrics work best.

Your design should be horizontal.

Leave an extra 2–3 inch border on all edges. This is where it will be attached to another panel.

Most fabrics are 44 inches wide, so this will give you an extra panel if you make a mistake or you want to give to another person to create a panel.

Create the Panel


In constructing your panel, you might want to use some of the following techniques:

Pens: Sharpie pens and fabric pens.

Paint: Brush on textile paint or color-fast dye, or use an indelible ink pen. Please don’t use “puffy” paint; it’s too sticky.

Stencils: Trace your design onto the fabric with a pencil, lift the stencil, then use a brush to apply textile paint or indelible markers.

Collage: Make sure that whatever materials you add to the panel won’t tear the fabric (avoid glass and sequins for this reason) and be sure to avoid very bulky objects.

Photos: The best way to include photos or letters is to photocopy them onto iron-on transfers, iron them onto 100% cotton fabric.

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Send the Panel

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It is best to send it by registered mail or with a carrier that will track your package. We recommend panels be shipped via Federal Express or UPS as U. S Post Office has been experiencing difficulties with deliveries.

If you would like to make a donation to further the mission of The Quilt, it would be appreciated. You can enclose a check made out to National Covid-19 Quilt or go to our donate button.

The National Covid-19 Quilt
C. Cooperman, Administrator
21 Cobbler Court
Baltimore, Maryland 21208


Get Involved

Want to join our efforts but not sure where to start? Make a Donation and take advantage of this incredible opportunity to lend your support. It’s a great way to contribute to our cause, and every little bit counts towards paving the path for a better tomorrow.

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