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Random Scrap Quilt

Random Scrap Quilt – a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail GreenevilleTN #RandomScrap #RandomScrapQuilt #GreenevilleTN #ManQuilt

Random Scrap Quilt

Random Scrap Quilt - a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail GreenevilleTN #RandomScrap #RandomScrapQuilt #GreenevilleTN

Affectionately called the “Man” quilt Dorothy “Dodie” Melton donated the quilt to the Greenville Greene County History Museum in 2003. The circa 1890s quilt was hand pieced and hand sewn by Adam Burger, Dodie’s great grandfather. Designed and painted by Amy Saxonmeyer. Installed in 2016.


Yes! This quilt was quilted by a man! See the info plaque. Men can quilt and sew too!

This block quilt is located at the Quilt Alley at the General Morgan Inn, 120 W. Depot Street, Greeneville, TN.

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