The Gratiot County Quilt Trail consists of a series of unique quilt squares hung on local farms, homes, and businesses around Gratiot County. This tourist attraction celebrates both the art of quilting and the history of local farms and businesses. The Quilt Trail unites the rural and urban communities through promotional efforts that will encourage tourists to explore the countywide trail and urban communities and support local businesses along the way.
The Gratiot County Quilt Trail currently includes 70 completed quilt squares, with more being added every day! Each square has its own design, history, and significance to the owner. For a listing and description of all of the quilt squares, please click here. Ready to see the squares in reality? Explore our County and the Trail with this map.
Those serving on the Quilt Trail Committee have donated countless hours of their own time to make this Quilt Trail great! We would like to honor those involved, including:
Becky Dickman Phil Hansen Theresa Jewell Dale Linton Phil Maxwell Cathy McCune Becky Roslund Deborah Rutkowski Rachel Rutkowski Kasey Zehner
Thank you to our generous sponsors!
In addition to the countless hours contributed by many volunteers, the following companies and organizations have made the implementation and marketing of the Gratiot County Quilt Trail possible. Click on the logo for more information!