Our Quilt Blocks

Currently Ozark Quilt Trail has three installed quilt squares, with many more to come! A self-guided tour of our trail of quilt blocks throughout the Ozarks is a perfect way to spend an afternoon, or a day! If you are traveling Route 66, attending a military graduation at Fort Leonard Wood, in town for a military reunion, or are exploring the area solo, or as part of a group tour, our blend of folk art and history will delight both you and your camera!

Pulaski County Museum
On The Square
Waynesville

The 1903 Route 66 Courthouse Museum’s quilt block pattern is named Four Flags and was chosen to highlight Pulaski County’s patriotism.

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Old Stagecoach Stop Museum
On The Square
Waynesville

The Old Stagecoach Stop Museum & Foundation chose the Missouri Star pattern to represent their historical site. This pattern can be considered as a Civil War era pattern- an appropriate fit since the Old Stagecoach Stop was commandeered by Union forces and used as hospital during the War Between The States.

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Frisco Depot Museum
10th Street
Crocker

The pattern chosen for the Frisco Depot Museum in Crocker celebrates Crocker’s roots as a railroad boom town- and is a tip of the hat to the conductors on the Underground Railroad who risked everything to lead slaves to freedom.

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COMING SOON

Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center
137 St. Robert Blvd.
Saint Robert