Sandra from Choir Academy of Harlem sent over this photo of a quilt created as a gift for their corporate sponsor, American Airlines. The students researched a city that AA flies to and came up with a distinctive symbol for that place to contribute to the quilt. The idea (as well as the materials) for the work came from a donation at the warehouse of various fabric swatches from Michael Miller Fabrics. The quilt was unveiled last Thursday to AA during a special presentation, and it will remain in the school lobby through this week before being transferred to the AA terminal at JFK. Make sure to look for it next time you are there.
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