History of the Museum

  In  1983 eight ladies formed a quilt group.  Mary Brookins, one of the  original members, thought the group should have a name and maybe even  name the group after a quilt block - the Log Cabin Quilters was  formed.   By 1986 the ladies had decided they needed a place of their  own rather than meeting in each other's homes.   The ladies worked hard  to raise the money with yard sales, bake sales, quilt raffles, dinners  and donations.  The building was completed and debt free by the early  1990's.  Most of the ladies were 60+ years old.
   Winnelle Horne was  the force behind the group and ran the Museum until her death in  January 2012.   Volunteers have taken on the task of keeping the Museum  open.  We invite you to stop by for a visit.  We have many quilt blocks  on the walls under the porch roof.  Inside we have many Museum items all  which have been donated friends of the Museum.   We have many  handcrafted/quilted items on consignment and lots of quilts for all to  enjoy.
    As you can see we have lots of room for RVs.  The porch  has several swings and rocking chairs waiting for you to sit outside and  enjoy the countryside.  Stop in for a visit