Just like the quilt trails in the mountains of North Carolina, only closer! The Quilt Trail of the Roanoke River brings this tradition to Martin County. Enjoyable not only for quilting enthusiasts, the trail aspires to educate and provide history on the region.
Each block features a pattern inspired by the place where it hangs and will be recorded in the Tar & Roanoke Rivers Quilt Trail Guide that will delve deeper into the rich heritage and stories of the region, relaying the significance of each block.
- See the Oak Leaf quilt at The Asa Biggs House: Owners: Martin Country Historical Society 100 E. ...Read more
- See the Lemoyne Star quilt on the Big Mill Bed & Breakfast packhouse. Owner: Chloe Tuttle 1607 ...Read more
- See the Garden Heart quilt on Cindy Weins’ house in Stokes. Owner: Cindy Weins 2281 Worthington-Warren Rd. Stokes, ...Read more
- Come see the Fish Pattern quilt at the Cypress Grill in Jamesville Owner: Kathy Davis Cypress Grill 1520 ...Read more
- See the Outdoor Family Memories quilt at Green Acres Family Campground: Owners: Bob & Janet Greene 1679 ...Read more
- See the Bowtie quilt at Jimmie Council’s Automotive Owners: Reno & Jennifer Council 1090 Tyner Rd. Williamston, NC ...Read more
- See the Shoo Fly quilt on John Griffen’s Country Store Owner: Jean G. Rogers John A Griffin ...Read more
- Visit the Crossed Canoes quilt on the Martin County Arts Council building. 124 Washington Street Williamston, NC ...Read more
- See the Tobacco Time quilt at Moratoc Park Owner: Martin Co. Tourism Development 102 River Dr. Williamston, NC ...Read more
- See the Courthouse Steps quilt at the Old Martin County Courthouse: Owners: Friends of the Old ...Read more
- See The Train quilt in Parmele. Corner of N. Main St. & James St. Parmelee, NC 27861Read more