Stitching the National 9/11 Flag
As part of Constitution Day at Montclair State University, I was given the change to stitch the National 9/11 Flag.
The 30-foot flag had originally been hung at a construction site across from the World Trade Center towers. It survived the attacks and is now being reconstructed during a tour, “using pieces of fabric from American flags scheduled for retirement from all 50 states.” (National911Flag.org)
Restore. Empower. Inspire.
For more information about the tour and the National 9/11 Flag, please visit: National911Flag.org
Featured photo from National911Flag.org