Quilts represent a much-loved symbol of comfort, family, heritage, and community, and the blocks on the trail provide splashes of color along major roads and in the rural countryside. Like similar projects in Western North Carolina, the HCQT is connecting our community by promoting its quilting, storytelling, and rural heritage using colorful blocks installed on barns and buildings. Each quilt block pattern and location are tied to a unique story. Stories can be found on our website. The Haywood County Quilt Trails currently has 56 blocks in Bethel, Canton, Clyde, Maggie Valley, and Waynesville with additional blocks being planned. Share the adventure of locating colorful quilt blocks and uncovering tales on the trails throughout our county.