Schoolhouse -a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail #GreenevilleTN #Schoolhouse
This block is the first quilt square to be featured on the Greenville Greene County Quilt Trail. The design was chosen to pay homage to the fact that the Greenville Greene County History Museum is located in Greenville’s first high school. Billie Roberts, a founding member of the Museum, selected the pattern. The block was designed, painted & constructed by Earl Fletcher, Museum Director, and friends. Installed in 2008.
This quilt block is located at Greeneville Greene County History Museum, 100 W. McKee Street, Greeneville.
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