Irish Rose – a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail GreenevilleTN #IrishRose
Donated by sisters Vickie Gregory and Tarlton Wolfe. Made by their mother Faye Winnings Tarlton circa 1950. It features a hand-stitched applique process. Block installed in November 2014. Designed and painted by Amy Saxomeyer and friends.
Located at the back of Greeneville Antique Market, 117 W. Depot Street, Greeneville.
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