Strengthening the Economy through Tourism in the five parishes of Tangipahoa, St. Tammany, Livingston, Washington and St. Helena—one quilt block at a time.
EXCITING NEWS COMES FROM LOUISIANA TO THE WORLD !!!
The Louisiana Northshore Quilt Trail Association would like to pay Tribute to the single person who had the wonderful idea in 2001 to paint a quilt block on an old barn in Ohio in order to honor her mother. Because of the one and only DONNA SUE GROVES, Quilt Trails have drawn tourists to almost every state in the Union and have brought the very private art of quiltmaking into the public eye. And remember, that all of our Quilt Trails would not exist if it weren't for Donna Sue.
The mission of the DONNA SUE GROVES TRIBUTE FUND is to provide funding to insure the future of the Quilt Trail public arts movement thus strengthening Donna Sue’s vision of a Clothesline of Quilts across America.
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After months of brainstorming, designing, painting and lots of finnigling, the LNQT Board of Directors finally enjoy the launch of their vision to create a Tribute in honor of our Quilt Trail Queen, Donna Sue Groves. In celebration at breakfast after FaceTiming Donna Sue and unveiling her Tribute Quilt Block: Marie Carroll, Rosemary Ydarraga, Margaret Bailey, Sue Nichols, Ann Boudreaux, Cricket Ayala, Mary Beverly, Terry Seal, Kim Zabbia, Sheila Broyles and Mary Felder. Not Pictured: Kathy Mauthe' and Donna Mollere.
Yes, we have a new brick and mortar sign outside our Quilt Trail Shoppe at 146 W. Oak Street in Ponchatoula, BUT our online Quilt Trail Shoppe is now open for business! It 's slowly growing and we're adding different quilt block patterns every month. You can reach it by CLICKING HERE.The Shoppe is also located through our Facebook page. You know you'll want to visit our FB page to keep up with the Quilt Trail chatter. Please click here and LIKE the LNQT! Thanks
We're officially OPEN!!!Thanks to Ponchatoula Mayor Bob Zabbia, Chamber President Karen Carter and Tangipahoa Parish Tourism Director Betty Stewart who helped the LNQT Board cut the Ribbon on October 4, 2012.
Come visit our Shoppe in person
Tuesday through Friday from noon to 5:00 pm
and Saturdays from noon to 3:00 pm
Inside The Art Station
146 West Oak Street
Quilt Trail poster, clay tiles, canvas bags, notecards, notepads and calendars!!!