Quilt Walk and Fabric Arts

Quilt Walk and Fabric Arts


Some of the most beautiful and practical items of Ozark life will once again be on display during the annual Old-Time Music, Ozark Heritage Festival in West Plains, Mo.  The Festival will be held Friday and Saturday, June 7 and 8. Admission to all festival events is free. Fabric arts are such an important part of our heritage.

Quilt Walk


Beautiful quilts, with their history or description, will be featured at these locations:

Country At Heart, 2 Court Sq;

10/40 Coffee, 6 Court Sq

Davis & Sons Men’s Clothing, 7 Court Sq.

T J Swift House, 10 Court Sq;

Kloz Klozet. 16 Court Sq;

West Plains Music Store, 18 Court Sq;

10/40 Coffee Shop, 24 Court Sq;

Powell Crews Title & Escrow,38 Court Sq;

Rustic Touch, 41 Court Sq;

Darlis’ Family Hair Styling, 46 Court Sq;

Perry’s Barber Shop, 47 Court Sq;

Gammill’s Sewing Center, 108 Washington Ave;

Rickie David Jewelers, 114 Washington Ave.;

West Plains Daily Quill, 205 Washington Ave;

Decorations for Celebrations, 209 Washington Ave;

Independent Living, 401 Washington Ave.

the mezzanine at the Civic Center,

and at the Harlin Museum.

A map showing all locations will be available from the Festival information tables as well as accessible online.

Judy Jo Protiva

Judy Jo Protiva will again demonstrate her treadle sewing machine, which is still in use in her home. She will be available 10:30 till noon on Friday, and Saturday.

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