Thursday, August 14, 2014

Our 3 Rivers Quilt Trail is underway. We have 36 blocks up, 8 in process of being painted, 3 waiting to be mounted and 3 more deciding on their block design.

This is absolutely amazing. We started working on this in February and here in August we are at a wonderful point. Thanks you to everyone who has participated. 

We have 7 artists and counting who are involved in putting the quilt design to the board.  Some of the designs are very "out of the box" and  some are just beautiful.

If you would like to have a quilt block for your barn, garage or outbuilding, we can help. Visit our Facebook page for the forms and information. While you're there, look at some the blocks that have been completed. It is easy to get YOUR block and be a part of the driving quilt block tours. Go to and check it out.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

 Art on the Square Winners


Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Art on the Square

"Art on the Square" June 7th, 2014. We had 45 artists putting chalk to pavement. Beautiful images were left for all to see. Everyone was entertained by "Runaway Puppet Theater".  Young and older enjoyed the morning. Thank you to everyone who participated. See you next year.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Hole in the Barn

Vintage Christmas Cracker

Double Pinwheel

Newest Blocks on the Quilt Block Trail.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Newest block on the  3 Rivers Quilt Block Trail.
Evelyn White painted it and it is on her house at 481 Powers Blvd. in Waverly. It is the "Flower Basket".

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Here are some of the Quilt Blocks that are up and looking beautiful. More are in the process of being painted and we will get those up soon.
The first block is located at deer Creek Road and Arnold Hollow Road. The next 6 blocks are at Enoch's Grist Mill on East Little Blue Creek. The bottom block is up at the Johnsonville State Historic Park Welcome Center. Check them out on your drives around the county.
If you would like to have your very own block, contact us at, leave a comment on here or call Shirley at 931-296-9126. We will help you in any way we can.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Quilt Block Trail update

We have the block at the Johnsonville State Historic Park Welcome Center up. It is beautiful.
Enochs Grist Mill has 7 blocks up and more coming. Patricia Davis of Enochs Mill will paint your block for you. Price depends on size. C&L Farms of Houston County will paint a block for you also.

First Bank of Waverly, McEwen City Hall, Waverly City Hall, New Johnsonville Senior Citizens Center are each doing a block. we have 3 private citizens doing one. Humphreys County Farmers
Co Op has one up already.

If you would like to have a block on your business, barn, garage or outhouse, or for more information, contact Shirley at 931-296-9126 or 931-264-2351 or send an email to

This is a great opportunity for your business to advertise one time for only $150.00 for a 4x4 block. There are a lot of people who follow these Quilt Trails, especially this being the 150th Anniversary of the  Battle of Johnsonville.

We will get a brochure printed when we have several blocks up and ready to view. This is a great way to get tourists into your business. It is a wonderful way to honor or remember a loved one. If you don't have a place to hang a block and would like to purchase one, we will find a prominent home for it.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

We have our Quilt Trail on Facebook. We are just getting started so keep checking back. We will have information on the Quilt Blocks and how you can get one on your barn, outbuilding or business.
The address is

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

This is the first Quilt Block we have put up so far. It is on the Co-Op store front on Hwy. 13 South at Blue Creek Road. There are some already up at Enoch's Grist Mill that have been there for several years. More will go up this spring and summer.
We are in the beginning, of creating the Three Rivers Quilt Block Trail in Humphreys County. If you are interested in doing a block or you have a barn or building that is visible from the road where one could be hung, let us know.
This one was done by John Miano.