You're invited to come see the quilt blocks that are going up along South Carolina’s
newest quilt trail, located in Landrum, SC.
The new Foothills Quilt Trail represents a far-reaching initiative which promotes history, the arts and tourism
and positions Landrum
as a destination location.
Look for these new blocks: Tree of Life at Landrum Family Medicine, 133 N. Howard Ave. (Hwy. 176) and 54-40 or Fight at American Designs, 203 E. Rutherford. The two newest blocks: Mayful's Star at Landrum Antiques and Furniture, 221 E. Rutherford and Bowtie at the office of Dr. Paul Walters DMD, 502 E. Rutherford.
The Jacob's Ladder quilt block hangs at the Landrum Fire Department.
Landrum's Great Scarecrow Contest
Look for the 38 scarecrows scattered throughout town. Vote for your favorites. Ballots available at participating businesses.
Farmers' Market every Saturday, 8 - 11 am
You'll enjoy walking the main streets to discover unique shopping and dining experiences. Venture beyond downtown to fine even more. Some businesses are open on Sundays; a few are closed on Mondays.
A QUILT TRAIL is comprised of quilt block designs
painted on weather-resistant boards which are installed
at various locations along a designated route.
These trails, recognized as popular tourist destinations,
started in Ohio about 10 years ago and quickly spread
because of their colorful and nostalgic appeal.
• Landrum City Hall
• Landrum Fire Department
• Landrum Middle School
• O.P. Earle Elementary (3)
• Landrum Library
• Hospice Thrift Barn
• Brookwood Park
• Thermal Belt Habitat ReStore
• Elaine's Attic
• The Wallace Building
• The News Leader (2)
• Carruth Furniture
• The Johnson Building
• Covington Jewelry
• Carolina Antiques & More
• The Mail Room
• PJ's Fashions
• The Depot
• Gowensville Community Center • Landrum Family Medicine
• American Designs
• Landrum Antiques & Furniture
• Dental office of Dr. Paul Walters
• Lynn's Mower and Chain Saw
O. P. Earle Elementary School art students recently painted two 4 x 4 foot quilt blocks which will hang on the Highway 14 side of the school. Volunteers from the Landrum Quilters and the school PTO worked with art teacher Emily Berry on the project made possible by a grant to the City of Landrum from the Mary F. Kessler Fund, Polk County Community Foundation. This shows the daily progress on the two blocks. The school also has released these photos of the Sept. 23-27 Quilt Block Residency Program.