Lake County, California Quilt Trail

Before heading over to our Clear Lake’s Featherbed Railroad Caboose stay I goggled for things to do and saw Lake County had a QUILT TRAIL! How cool is that?! I’d like to go back in September during the Pear Festival and get pictures of all of them.

I printed out the map and crossed my fingers that I could find them along the way.

I saw two of them…with my head swiveling and the car going 55 mph. Big sigh. Those were the Grape Basket in Glenhaven and the Tulip in Lucerne.

Here is what I did find ~

In Kelseyville (where most of them are!) I found 4 while walking around a few blocks on Main Street.

Martha’s Vineyard on the Wildhurst Vineyard Tasting Room.

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Around the Corner on the Lake Family Resource Center.

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Berries and Blossoms on the second floor of LuLu’s Ice Cream Cafe next to the Studebakers Grocery.

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My favorite ~ Blazing Sun on The Brick Tavern established in 1872.

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Just north of Kelseyville on both sides of 29 ~

Square in a Square on the Hill Creek Ranch barn, the ranch grows organic Sauvignon Blanc grapes and olives.

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Full Blown Rose on an 100 year old hay barn on an early Kelseyville pioneer ranch.

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About sleepycathollow

I'm Michelle and live in Northern Nevada ~ beautiful mix of high desert and the Sierra. While I work at the University, I'd rather garden, cook, craft and make quilts. :)
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4 Responses to Lake County, California Quilt Trail

  1. Now that is just too cool. I think the Full Blown Rose is my favorite. :)

  2. How fun!! I love that! In Seattle, we have a bunch of pig statues all over the city, decorated by different artists. It’s so fun to spot different ones!

  3. digipicsphotography says:

    I like them all, but the first one is my fav.

  4. R. Spurlock says:

    I love them all. These are the things that Lake County needs more of!

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