Here’s a photo of the first joint quilt presentation combining Quilted in Honor with the Quilts of Valor Foundation! The Quilted in Honor/Quilts of Valor quilt was made by Marianne Fons and is named ANCHORS AWAY. The quilt was awarded to WWII US Navy veteran Charlie Scott at the WWII Memorial in Washington, DC, on Veteran’s Day 2013.

Mr. Scott is a member of the Scottish American Military Society. The quilt is made with the Quilted in Honor fabric line that supports Operation Homefront through sales.

The American Quilter’s Society is proud to be a part of the Quilted in Honor effort.

The entire line of fabrics is available HERE, and you may take part in the current Quilted in Honor challenge – just start with a click HERE for details about the challenge.



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Jo E

Love what QOV does. And men in kilts! It takes a real man to wear a kilt. (And some of us ladies wear them too.) The man wearing the Glengarry must be from a lowland or borderland clan as he is wearing ribbons untied. (My clan is a borderland clan, os I wear the ribbons on my Balmoral untied.)