Welcome to Our Site!
The purpose of the Hart County Quilt Trail is to celebrate the uniqueness of Hartwell and Hart County. Quilting is an American tradition with a rich heritage, and the quilt blocks on the quilt trail raise awareness of public art in our community. Hart County has a vibrant and diverse arts community, and this project will help highlight the power of art.
Our quilt trail highlights Hart County landmark, historical and agri-business sites that make the residents and visitors alike feel our community is special and unique. [See list of properties with quilt blocks]
Each quilt block has a name and meaning known to quilters, and each host location has the option to select a quilt block design and colors that are meaningful to them.
Hart County Quilt Trail Partners:
Hart County EMC
The Home Depot - Hartwell
Annie's Pretty Pieces Quilt Shop
Quilters From the Hart Quilt Guild
City of Hartwell Downtown Development
Hart County Archway Partnership
Hart County Historical Society & Museum
Hart County Preservation Society
Hart County Chamber of Commerce Bd. of Directors
Burch, Crooms & Company, LLP [Accountants]
Mike & Joann
Ilka & Jon
City of Hartwell
Hart County, Georgia
Check out our Facebook page for current events and the newest blocks
This web site is under constant construction; watch for changes and updates.
The first block! Ruth Roosenberg (Madora Garden Club) Mike Gordon, Jr. (quilt block installer guru) Margaret Ann McCormick (Madora Garden Club & HC Quilt Trail Committee) Ilka McConnell (HC Quilt Trail Committee & HC Archway Partnership) Joann Gordon (Quilters From the Hart & HC Quilt Trail Committee) Mike Gordon (HC Quilt Trail Committee and guru of lumber, paint & hardware) Located at the Cherokee "Center of the World".