Quilt Pattern

Kalediscope

Located in Lewisburg, this trail stop along the Quilt Trail is part of Marshall County, within the Middle Tennessee region.

MAIN INFORMATION

The Chamber chose the Kaleidoscope quilt pattern to represent the constant change of our economy. The quilt square was painted by local artist, Savannah G. Weaver (age 19) in memory of and in honor of all the talented Marshall County quilters. September 6, 2012.
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CONTACT INFORMATION

227 2nd Ave North
Lewisburg, Tennessee
931-359-3863

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35.450856 °N, -86.788806 °W

Quilt Pattern

Embroidered Quilt Lady

Located in Columbia, this trail stop along the Quilt Trail is part of Maury County, within the Middle Tennessee region.

MAIN INFORMATION

The Athenaeum Rectory is all that remains of an extraordinary school for girls which flourished from 1852 to 1904. This school taught the girls everything a well educated young man would have learned at the time, including physics and calculus. The Moorish Gothic architecture of the Rectory sets it apart from all other buildings in the area. The interior of the home has been newly renovated and boasts beautiful flashed glass with gold dust in its construction, a lovely cast iron fountain, and an original chandelier. Changing exhibits are featured in the home throughout the year.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

808 Athenaeum Street
Columbia, Tennessee
931-381-4822

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35.614463 °N, -87.041155 °W

Quilt Pattern

Darting Bird

Located in Southside, this trail stop along the Quilt Trail is part of Montgomery County, within the Middle Tennessee region.

MAIN INFORMATION

J and J Century Farm, established in 1872, is a 6th generation family farm. Located in Montgomery and Disckson Counties, it borders 'Big Barton's Creek' on the south end. As a tribute to our forefathers, J and J Century Farm attempts to provide a truly country setting, and more importantly - a unique and truly memorable farm experience. Spend an hour, or a day, filled with old-fashioned family fun and learning when you least expect it. Purchase farm-fresh produce, pumpkins and gourds, souveniers, crafts from local artisans, local honey, select antiques (including McCoy), wreaths, ornaments, swags, and other Christmas products from our 'Granny Wall's' Country Store. Great photo opportunities abound to make your trip the most memorable possible.

J and J CENTURY FARM 2009 OFFERINGS SUMMER ACTIVITIES Facilities for Weddings, Birthday Parties, Reunions, etc. Call for details. School and Tour Groups by Appointment FALL ACTIVITIES GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION - Sept 29, 2009 CHRISTMAS SEASON Memories Christmas Tree Farm - Division of J&J Century Farm Pre-Cut Christmas Trees being offered for the 2009 Christmas Season Table Top Trees (TTT), Wreaths, Centerpieces & Swags available in our retail shop, including work by local artisans. Freee Refreshments, Craft Activities for children & adults Hay Rides, Snack Shop, Fire Pits, and Quilt Trail Shop are also available

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CONTACT INFORMATION

1219 St. Michael Road
Southside, Tennessee
931-387-2594
http://jandjcenturyfarm.com

HOURS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

8a-5p Sat, 1-5 Sun, Weekdays by Appt

DATES CLOSED

Jan-Apr Jun-Sept

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36.319434 °N, -87.323693 °W

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Heart

Located in Lynchburg, this trail stop along the Quilt Trail is part of Moore County, within the Middle Tennessee region.

MAIN INFORMATION

The heart quilt pattern is taken from a quilt that was made by Judy Boyd Terjen's great grandmother, Susan Bird Parkes Evans of Moore County, Lynchburg, Tennessee. She was born June 25, 1856 and died on June 18, 1950. She was well known as a quilter and the heart quilt pattern was probably made circa 1930-35.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

56 Mechanic Street
Lynchburg, Tennessee
931-438-8464

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35.28432 °N, -86.373496 °W

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Cock's Comb

Located in Normandy, this waypoint along the Quilt Trail is part of Moore County, within the Middle Tennessee region.

MAIN INFORMATION

The Cock's Comb quilt square proudly represents what this farm is about. Franklin and Marie Delffs' purchased this 4.4 acre farm in 2003, located in the northeastern section of Moore County just off of Hwy41A. The farm consists of a 5 stall barn that houses their Bantam chickens of the following breeds: Old English, Blacks, Wheatons and Blue Wheatons. These are raised to show and sell. Several of their birds have been champions in their class as wellwas both receiving Master Breeder Awards. Rhode Island Reds also accommodate this farm providing meat and eggs to sell. They also have a passion for their four legged friends, eight Jack Russell Terriers, that help to protect their little piece of paradise

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CONTACT INFORMATION

422 Flowertown
Normandy, Tennessee


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35.405594 °N, -87.341216 °W

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