There were two sets of community quilts in the exhibit. The four below were created by FIG and other artists.
Artists in the community quilts are listed below.
Left quilt, left row, top to bottom: Linda Litteral with Don't Shut Up, Kim Niehans with Fount, Alison Baker with Victorian Pretense, Anna Stump with Not Your Pussy, and Deanne Sabeck with Beauty Power Freedom.
Left quilt, right row, top to bottom: Moya Devine with She Revolution, MKC with We the People, Linda Weaver with The World Needs Your Voice, Patricia Law with Women With Wings, and Dani Dodge with She Persisted.
Center top quilt, top row, left to right: Michelle Haglund with I Am a Powerful Woman, Minnie Valero with Woman Create Thyself, Patricia Frischer with Heal Yourself Health World, Bobi Postelnek, and Azerly Gutierrez.
Center top quilt, bottom row, left to right: Makenna Litteral with WOWW (West Olive Women of the World), Grace Gray-Adams with NO, Helen Redman with Stand Watch, Kathi Mccord with Joan, and Grace Matthews.
Center bottom quilt, top row, left to right: Grace Gray-Adams with Girl Cowboy, Ginger Rosser with Club Fees, Grace Gray-Adams with Gotta Mind of My Own, Cindy Sanchez with Retrato De Mi Mama, and Janice Grinsell with Exquisite Pain.
Center bottom quilt, bottom row, left to right: Janice Grinsell with Donde Estas, Leah Younker with Women Are Silenced in Many Ways, Kathy Nida with The Government Made Me Do It, Grace Gray-Adams with Let It Bleed, and Kathi McCord with Julia.
Right quilt, left row, top to bottom: Linda Litteral with Protect Diversity, Joyce Rooks with Upside Down and Backwards, Andrea Vazquez and Desiree Laurence with They Tried to Buy Us, Naimen Tanha Woodward with Come to Light, and Linda Litteral with Protect Innocence.
Right quilt, right row, top to bottom: MKC with Not a Pre-Existing Condition, Linda Litteral with Protect the Environment, Khristine Schomaker with Resist, Kathleen Mitchell with What Kind of Fuckery Is This, and Maria Perry with Deeply Rooted.