Quilting doesn’t usually make the list of things that teenagers enjoy doing, but that’s not the case with 15-year-old quilter Diana Jasany of Mooresville, NC. For her Girl Scout Gold Award Project, Diana is raising community awareness about the foster care system. Diana is making twin sized quilts for teens who are aging out of foster care, something she’s passionate about since she herself was adopted from Russia at 14 months old. Diana plans to make one quilt for each of the years she has lived in the U.S. by 2017 (totaling 16 quilts). Eventually, she wants to make baby quilts to send back to her Russian orphanage.