Grandmother’s Flower Garden – a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail #GreenevilleTN #FlowerGarden #Grandmother #GradmothersFlowerGarden
Grandmother’s Flower Garden
This circa 1970 Greene County Fair first prize winning quilt is one of a collection owned by John M. Jones Jr. The block is sponsored by the Greenville Woman’s Club and is dedicated to Edith O’Keefe Susong. Designed and painted by Barb Evans, Linnie Greene, Robin Fife & Mary Hill. Ouilt block installed in 2017.
This quilt block is located at the Greeneville Sun, 121 W. Summer Street, Greeneville.
The Greeneville Sun is the town’s newspaper.
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