Thanks for traveling the trail! We can't wait to see you next year!
2019 Quilt Top entries must be postmarked by February 15th, 2020 to be eligible for prizes.
TIP: Use the drop-down shop menu to view detailed quilt shop information, including pictures, maps, hours, and travel advice! On mobile, access the menu by tapping the three horizontal lines next to the Hwy 36 Quilt Trail logo.
- Lady Bird Johnson
Lettuce romaine calm!
Make the most of your trip! Explore local festivals, learn about special events, and discover even more reasons to fall in love with Missouri. This list is by no means exhaustive.
Churches Around the World submitted by Judy Hanway
On behalf of all the Quilt Trail shops, thank you for making Quilt Trail 2019 a huge success! Be sure to mail in your quilt top submissions prior to the deadline. Entries must be postmarked by February 15th!
From sample blocks to quilt tops, the quilt shops of the Missouri Hwy 36 Quilt Trail present numerous opportunities to spark your creative genius. You'll find quilts, unique fabrics, expert instruction, and a wealth of knowledge along the trail. Where will this journey of discovery lead you?
Missouri Highway 36. The CKC Expressway. The Apian Way of America. The four lane stretch of road from Hannibal to Saint Joseph, Missouri, about an hour north of Highway 70 has been called many things in its history. Let us explain why you should care about this Highway that is unlike others.
The Way of American Genius.
The name is grand. Don’t worry, we live up to it.
Missouri Highway 36 has sparked some of this country’s great innovations and innovators, and the people and ideas continue to make their mark. There are so many great things along this stretch of Missouri road that you might think it’s impossible to see them all. This is Highway 36, we don’t deal with “impossible.”
Welcome to Missouri’s stretch of Highway 36, “The Way of American Genius.” Mark Twain. Walt Disney. The guys who invented sliced bread. The home of the Pony Express. They all have ties to this four-lane road in northern Missouri.