80 Plus Quilt Blocks on the Tillamook Quilt Trail

 

To see 80 plus quilt blocks take a self-guided tour on the Tillamook County Quilt Trail. The trail showcases the great heritage of historic barns and buildings in Tillamook County on Oregon’s Scenic North Coast with a large painted wooden quilt block.  The Trail, the first of its kind on the West Coast, have invited tourists and locals alike to share the dairy history and celebrate the unique rural heritage that is Tillamook County. 

Although Red’s time on the Quilt Trail was short it did get a chance to visit The Leuthold Dairy thanks to the innkeepers at Sandlake Country Inn.  Five generations of grown up on this farm and the quilt block hangs on the oldest barn on the property, once a milking barn, now housing the young calves. This structure is #10 on the Quilt Trail

The Latimer Quilt & Textile Center is a ‘vibrant, living, working museum whose mission is to preserve, promote, display and facilitate the creation of and provide education about the textile arts’.  Tillamook Farm Bureau and Dairy Women, Tillamook City Council, Tillamook Area Chamber of Commerce, Tillamook County Historical Society, and 4-H Leaders partnered with Latimer Quilt & Textile Center in 2009 to establish a quilt trail.

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