The Alachua County Library District presents the 2023 Quilt Trail, celebrating the art of quilting with more than 120 quilts on display and quilting workshops throughout the month of March.
The Library District and The Quilters of Alachua County Day Guild are partnering for the third annual Quilt Trail, featuring more than 200 items including antique quilts and smaller works. Quilts can be viewed at all twelve library locations between Wednesday, March 1, and Friday, March 31.
Be sure to pick up a Quilt Trail Passport, our programming brochure, from any ACLD location. The Passport also includes a stamp checkoff page. Complete the checkoff by visiting every branch in the district to view the quilts. Get your stamps, sign your checkoff, then return it to any ACLD location before March 31 to be entered to win a unique handmade quilt from The Quilters of Alachua County Day Guild. The prize quilt measures 27"x34" and was made and quilted by Marilyn Wagner.
Quilting newbies and enthusiasts can also learn new skills at special quilting programs all month.
Quilt Trail Events
How to Participate
- Pick up a Quilt Trail 2023 Passport from any library location to get started.
- Track which quilt displays you visit with your Passport.
- Return your Passport to any library location by March 31st to be entered into our raffle!
Sponsors & Partners
The Quilters of Alachua County Day Guild
Founded in 2003, the Quilters of Alachua County Day Guild, Inc. (QACDG) serves the community through donations, education and extensive community outreach. We offer our members several quilt bees, programs, workshops, and an annual two- to three-day Quilters’ Day Camp.