Wagon Wheel Quilt – a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail #GreenevilleTN #WagonWheel #WagonWheelQuilt
Wagon Wheel Quilt
City Garage Car Museum was founded by Kent and Bettye Anne Bewley in 2009. The museum is located at “Heritage Corner” where there is a history of businesses to which wheels were important. The original building of City Garage was built in 1940. The museum houses a section devoted to Bewley Motor Company. Designed and painted by Amy Saxonmeyer. Installed in 2017.
This quilt block is located at the City Garage Car Museum, 210 S. Main Street, Greeneville.
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