The Union County Heritage Museum and Tallahatchie Arts Council (TAC) invite community members to participate in their Community Quilt Story Project related to the pandemic. This project combines community, creativity, and camaraderie while acknowledging everyone’s experience during the current pandemic. Participants can pick up supplies at the museum and create one 12”x12” quilt block and retune the completed block by Oct. 31. The quilt will then be put together and quilted.
The inspiration for the quilt block centers around your experience with the pandemic. Everyone is encouraged to incorporate their individuality and creativity into their block using by including embroidery, improvisation, and applique with the supplied materials
If you are interested in participating, please stop by the Union County Heritage Museum to pick up a packet of materials. The quilt will include 30 squares. The finished quilt blocks should be returned to the museum by Oct. 31. Additional instructions can be located inside the quilt block packet.
You may contact the Union County Heritage Museum via phone at 662.538.0014 Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.New Albany, Northeast Mississippi, Pandemic, quilt, Tallahatchie Arts Council, Union County, Union County Heritage Museum