Monday, September 28, 2009
With crisper autumn temperatures, and falling leaves, it's easy to notice fall is here in the Upper Cumberland area of Tennessee. Along with the show from nature are many festivals that have something for everyone. This Saturday, in Granville Tennessee, there will be a heritage fall festival. This will be complete with food, entertainment, crafters, demonstrations, and a quilt show. There will also be an unveiling of the quilt trail which is the first for Jackson County. I was asked to produce these large boards for two of the Granville businesses, and one in Gainesboro. This will connect with the other fourteen Upper Cumberland counties and continue other quilt trails which follow rural areas through our county. The last issue of Mary Jane's Farm, a magazine devoted to those who appreciate rural living had a very nice article on this type of quilt trail. This seems to be another way for crafters to display their work. I will be posting pictures on my website www.theblueheronstudio.com soon for all to see!