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Chicago House Project
Wall Quilt, 12' x 12'

For Chicago House's 10th anniversary, a quilt was created to commemorate the lives of residents who have lived and died at Chicago House, a social service agency which provides housing and health care to individuals and families with HIV disease and AIDS in the Chicago area. Each star bears a name of one of these residents and represents the light they brought into this world. It's home is now with the NAMES Project. It was constructed by volunteers from the Textile Arts Centre, the Three Arts Club, Gallery 37, the Chicago House, and me.

This is the back of the quilt. It is composed of 176 squares equal to the number of stars on the front.




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