Become a part of the Quilt Trails of the Tar and Roanoke Rivers

 

Q. Who can Join Quilt Trails of the Tar and Roanoke River?

A. To have a quilt block the property must be in a county along the Tar or Roanoke River Basin.

Q. How can I become part of the Quilt Trails of the Tar and Roanoke River?

A. Anyone interested in joining the trails should contact FCAC by calling 919-497-6910 or email the arts council at FCACarts@gmail.com 

Q. What is the advantage in joining the Quilt Trails of the Tar and Roanoke Rivers?

A. Being a member of the Quilt Trails of the Tar and Roanoke Rivers means you are sharing your area's history and culture and helping bring tourist dollars into your county. If your block is for your place of business you are bringing those dollars right to your front door. The Quilt Trails of the Tar and Roanoke Rivers Guide will mark the locations of authentic quilt blocks on the Quilt Trails of the Tar River, and offer details about history of the family or the building, and the significance of the block pattern. The arts council’s website also these pages devoted to the development of the trail and a link to an application for those wishing to buy a quilt block and be added to the trail. Each block is featured in map brochure and a booklet with the story behind the chosen blocks.
 
To download our contract, which includes prices, click here: Contract
 

 Home of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Powell and Miss Lou's  Quilting Studio, Henderson, NC
 
Visitors may pick up maps from Miss Lou's Quilting Studio in Henderson
or from the FCAC Gallery in downtown Franklinton.