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 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.
Sunburst, Sissy, 210-B E, Rutherford (Hwy 14); Pineapple Legacy, Prince Oil Company, 1506 E. Rutherford; Bridgeman's Feed Sacks, Roger Turner Automotive, 105 James Rd., across from Landrum High School.
The Jacob's Ladder quilt block hangs at the Landrum Fire Department.
Welcome to Landrum
You'll find many interesting locally-owned shops and delightful restaurants.
Look for 36 quilt blocks in the City of Landrum, one on the Gowensville Community Center & one on James Road across from Landrum High School
Downtown Landrum celebrates the month of October with the Great Scarecrow Contest. Vote for your top three. Ballots available at participating businesses.
Halloween Stroll - Oct. 29, 5 pm
Music in Landrum
Landrum United Methodist, 3 pm
The Shevshenko Duo
Louise Dubin, cello
& Fabio Parrini, piano
Concerts are free.
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 in 2003 and quickly spread
because of their colorful and nostalgic appeal.
Click here to get a one-page listing of the 38 quilt blocks and their locations.
Designs are faithfully replicated either from a fabric prototype or from a quilt provided by the block sponsor.
American Design owners Molly and Tim Dunn picked the block 54-40 or Fight to show their patriotism.