Club members are busy piecing together 1,000 squares designed by students at Holly Springs Elementary School.
The squares of pride will become a grand American quilt flag; a youth-spangled banner.
"We had to draw something that represents our country," said a student.
The Women's Club expects it will take weeks to stitch together the quilt which will be 6 feet high and 11 feet long.
"It's been great because the children are so excited about it. That's what makes it fun, and looking at their lovely ideas," said a club member.
Holly Springs Elementary's character education committee is planning to hang the finished quilt in the school in time for President's Day in February.
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