The Osceola Quilt Trail is part of a volunteer public art movement extending across the United States, celebrating our rural heritage and traditional arts, involving area residents in making art, and promoting agri-tourism.
There are currently 63 eight-foot and four-foot painted blocks mounted on barns, businesses, homes, and public buildings on the trail, with additional quilt blocks to be added to the trail throught the year.


6 Responses to About

  1. Linda Fedewa says:

    How do I get a map to these barns??
    My mother lives in Evart and wanted to take this tour and I would love to take her but I dont know where to get the map please advise
    THank you

  2. karen pohl says:

    is there any place to get a map of the osceola co. quilt barns?

  3. lorijo says:

    How do you go about getting one? Do you have to have a barn or would a house do?

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