Osceola Quilt Trail
Part of a national grassroots art movement, the Osceola Quilt Trail (OQT) is a self-guided tour through Osceola County, with over 80 giant, boldly painted quilt blocks on barns, businesses and other structures.
Travel through the patchwork of fields and forests in mid-Michigan and enjoy over 80 giant, boldly painted, quilt blocks on barns, businesses and public buildings. The Osceola Quilt Trail (OQT) is part of a volunteer public art movement extending across the United States, celebrating our rural heritage and traditional arts, and involving residents in making art.
Visit the OQT website at osceolaquilttrail.org to download a map of the self-guided tour through Osceola County and learn the stories behind each quilt block.