Pickle Dish – a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail #GreenevilleTN #PickleDish #QuiltBlock
The circa early 1900s quilt was started by Katherine Self Clark and finished by her daughter Maude Clark McCamey. Remnant fabric from hand sewn dresses were used in the quilt. Maude and Carl McCamey were the adoptive parents of Raymond Hall and his twin brother. Raymond and Anna Ruth passed the quilt down to their daughter Sherri Travis. Designed and painted by Barb Evans and Linnie Greene. Installed in 2017.
This quilt is located at the Quilt Alley at the General Morgan Inn, 120 W. Main Street, Greeneville.
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