The quilts will be displayed at three locations in the Stewart County Community; The Stewart County Visitors Center, The W.D. Sykes Museum, and the Dover First Christian Church.
Also in the Stewart County area, the Homeplace 1850s Working Farm, 4512 The Trace, Dover, TN 37058 is hosting the Quilts, Coverlets, and Comforters: Keeping Warm in the 1850s, Sat, September 14, and Sun, September 15, 10am - 3pm on both days.
Stewart County is a partner with "A Stitch in Time" The National Civil War Quilt Trail with many of our area buildings adorned with quilt patterns on them. You can stop in at the Stewart County Visitors Center to pick up maps of where the quilts will be displayed and maps of the National Civil War Quilt Trail.
The Stewart County Quilt Show is proudly hosted by the Family Community Education (FCE), Stewart County Arts and Heritage Council and the Stewart County Chamber of Commerce. This is a family friendly event and there is no admission to the Stewart County TN Quilt Show