Quilt Trail adds a few new squaresWritten by Admin
Haywood County’s Quilt Trails project will unveil three quilt blocks at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 12, beginning at the Shook-Smathers House in Clyde. Ceremonies at Lil’s and the Haywood Institute building will immediately follow the Shook-Smathers unveiling.
The Shook House block was designed by Martin Webster and is based on a concept developed by Clyde resident Sara Queen Brown.
The Quilt Trail concept is based on similar projects in other North Carolina countie, where quilt squares are painted on wood and installed on barns, public buildings, shops and other buildings around the community.
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