Quiltway

Nebraska’s Outlaw Trail Hwy 12 Scenic Byway Quiltway

See the Byway the Quiltway

Friday & Saturday, October 13 & 14, 2017

Sites Open – 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Three area committees: Eastern, Central and Western Committees are coordinating efforts to promote Quiltway with fabric quilt and painted barn quilt displays along the HWY 12 corridor. Watch for the eight-page publication and radio promotions which will inform travelers about display sites.

Outdoor barn quilts: To acknowledge Nebraska’s Sesquicentennial Celebration, over 200 wooden quilt blocks have been created to enhance See the Byway the Quiltway 2017.  How many quilt blocks can you spot in our communities and along HWY 12?  Iris is excited to assist you with the instruction of creating outdoor barn quilts.

Committees chairs:  Eastern-Iris Dutton-402-889-8485 & Jodi Kilton-402-755-2327; Central- Marilyn Janovec 402-857-3611 & Mary Eiler 402-229-3249; Western-Connie Larrington 402-497-2261. Celebrate Nebraska’s Sesquicentennial with your participation in See the Byway the Quiltway. Call one of the committee chairs in your area.

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2017_quiltway_bywayQuiltway Sites to Visit

Along Outlaw Trail Scenic Byway Nebraska’s HWY 12

Barn & Fence Post Quilts Along the Byway

 

 

South Sioux City
NICC-NE Indian Com. College
2605 Dakota Avenueoutlaw_trail_quiltway_helen_quilt
Display by Sto-wahi (to gather)
Quilts will be displayed
in different stages of
completion. 

 

 

Ponca
Stough House
205 West 3rd Street
Theme-The Sesquicentennial Way
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Carnegie Library
201 West 2nd Street
Theme-The Pioneer Reading Way

 

Ponca Community Center
123 West 3rd Streetsampler_quilt_quiltway_nebraska
Theme-The Nebraska Pie Way

 

Salem Lutheran
103 East 2nd Street
Speaker: Diane Gubbels
Friday-2:00 PM

 

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Hartington-Newcastle School
509 Annie Street
Gene Blatchford’s Display:
Sewing Machine to Tractor.
Gene Blatchford, of Newcastle,
has given new life to broken
sewing machines.

Donna Beman will display
30+ quilts, including
two antique hand quilted by her
mother and grandmother.
Some of Donna’s quilts
are available for purchase.

 

Joe and Mary Kuehler
405 Dasey Street
Quilt display
Serving snacks.

 

St. James
St. James Market Place
89039 – 570 AvenueOTSB-Quilt Block-July 2016
*RE: Detour-Local traffic is open
to St. James from the east
and through Wynot from the west.

 

Hartington
Nissen Winery
88973 Hwy 57
Serving free wine samples.

 

Fordyce
Village Inn
211 West 2nd Street
Repairing Flags
Display-Quilt Frame

Nebraska Outlaw Trail Scenic Byway Barn Quilt- Nebraska Logo

 

Near Crofton
11-Corps of Discovery Welcome Center
Seven miles north of Intersection
HW 12 & 81.
Display of 1’ X 1’ fence post quilts.

 

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Presbyterian Church 2533 Apple
Speaker-Saturday–2:00 PM
Jodi Henry-Topics:
Cradle Boards & Star Quilts
Vendor on site with displays
of quilts & doll clothes

 

Bristow
Bristow Hall
Main Street
Speaker-Friday-2:00 PM
Mary Lou Kerr-Topic: Paper Piecing
Vendor-Friday & Saturday
Quilter’s Candy Shop

 

Springview
Springview School
201 East Football Avenue
Speaker-Friday-Nebraska Humanities-10:30 AM
Mr. Chris Sayre-Topic
Nebraska’s Musical Smorgasbord

Cattleman’s Lounge
125 Main Street
Special quilt and display

 


Enjoy viewing some quilts from past displays.

 

Click here to view the 2015 Quiltway Archive Page.


 

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