ace&jig community quilt

in our largest waste not collaboration to date, we sent leftover scraps of our custom yarn dye woven fabrics to hundreds of people who volunteered, and each created their own unique quilt square.

over 450 quilt squares were made!

thanks to all who signed up and participated, we met our donation goal of 100 "night night bags" to Project Night Night, a non-profit organization that gives out comforting bags to children experiencing homelessness, which include a tote bag, a blanket, age-appropriate book, and stuffed animal.

from these 450+ squares, we created 13 jumbo community quilts! each one highlights our incredible community and the hundreds of textiles we've brought to life since ace&jig began.

to capture the magnitude of this collaborative project, we took these quiltsout into the wild! and got some drone shots of them near Mount Hood in Oregon.

then we packed them up and sent them off to New York, where we displayed them at Brookfield Place! the artists and anyone else got to come see the finished quilts up close,and tour our process and practices in a gallery space.