How to Host a Quilt Square
You can get your own quilt block by sending in an application. We will help you find just the right block to tell your story.
We have tried hard not to duplicate any patterns so that you can have fun finding the blocks, and not see the same block twice. A list of Quilt Block patterns already claimed is available here.
Maps to existing blocks are available on our "Trail Maps" page.
You can search for that perfect block in The Encyclopedia of Pieced
Contact Quilt Trails of WNC for more details!
Some of the rules for hosting a quilt block:
- You cannot alter the block once it is chosen and painted.
- You must agree to allow your building to be photographed by the public and allow photos to be used in advertising of the Quilt Trail.
If you have questions, please email us or call us at 828-682-7331.
"Courthouse Steps" quilt square on the Yancey County Courthouse in Burnsville
"Dogwood" quilt square on the Mitchell County Historical Society Museum in Bakersville
"Baseball" quilt square on BB Wilson's Grocery in Pensacola.