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Lone Star

Lone Star – a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail #GreenevilleTN #LoneStar

Lone Star

Lone Star - a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail #GreenevilleTN #LoneStar

This circa early 1940s quilt was made by Odessa Lee Davis Neas for her daughter, Hertha Lee Neas Duggins, was then passed along as a wedding gift to her daughter, Patricia Clarice Duggins Barnett. The block is sponsored by the Greenville Woman’s Club. Designed and painted by Barb Evans and Linnie Greene. Quilt block installed in 2017.

Lone Star - a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail #GreenevilleTN #LoneStar

This quilt block is located at Broyles General Store, 730 W. Main Street, Greeneville.

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