The Louisiana Quilt Trail is the fastest growing grassroots art movement in the entire country.



Only in Louisiana: a Guide to its One-of-a-Kind Quilt Trail by Sue Nichols

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Since its creation in 2011, The Louisiana Quilt Trail has quickly grown into one of the most popular quilt trails in the nation.  The quilt trail board! LtoR Kim Zabbia, Lisa Kluka,Margaret Bailey, Rosemary Roper-Ydarraga, Cricket Ayala, Terri Seal, Sue Nichols, Anne Boudreaux,Mary Beverly

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Visit The Louisiana Quilt Trail, and see what makes Louisiana so special. Plan your trip using our trail pages and interactive map.

Featured quilt block

"Civilian Conservation at its Best"

LOCATION: This block was originally designed for the Alexandria Welcome Center. (I-49 on the east side of LA.)  It was recently relocated to the Kisatchie National Forest.  Thanks to the efforts of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the Kisatchie National Forest was established during the depression.  Endangered long-leaf pine trees provide the canopy for the forest's wetlands.  Represented here by the carnivorous pale pitcher plant, other images include the state insect (honeybee) and the state mamma (American black bear, also endangered).
Artist: Kim Zabbia, Ponchatoula

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