Sawtooth Circle – a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail GreenevilleTN #SawtoothCircle
Sponsored by the Cave Law Firm. The quilt was donated to the Andrew Johnson National Historical Site by the quilt makers great granddaughter, Annabelle Brannan Davis in 1965. The quilt resides in Andrew Johnson’s bedroom in the Andrew Johnson Homestead. The circa 1880 quilt was made by Elizabeth Parman Farnsworth. Quilt block installed in 2014. Designed by Amy Saxonmeyer. Painted by Lois Blanks & friends. Dedicated to Mary Elaine Duncan Cave.
Located at Cave Law Firm, 104 N. College Street, Greeneville (Opposite Andrew Johnson Historical Site (AJHS)).
See Each Stop along the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail and some other sewing things you can see while you are doing this Quilt Trail tour. (See the links below)
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