The Downtown Bradford Historic District will play host to a two week long Quilt Hunt, taking place from Saturday, March 16th until Saturday, March 30th. This hunt, in honor of March being National Quilt Month and March 16th being National Quilting Day, will allow participants to travel from shop to shop in search of 14 beautifully crafted quilts.
“It is a springtime tradition in many areas for quilters to hang out or display their quilts in order to “air them out after winter” says event coordinator and owner of the Little Fabric Garden, Judy Brown. “While we won’t be placing our quilts outside, they will be “aired out” in various shops in our downtown for all to enjoy.”
Quilt hunters can pick up a Quilt Hunt Card at the Little Fabric Garden beginning Saturday, March 16th, and will have two weeks to find all of the quilts. The Quilt Hunt Cards will have a photo of each quilt participants will be searching for, and participants must write in in which shop they find each quilt. All completed Cards must be returned to the Little Fabric Garden by Saturday, March 30th to be considered for prizes.