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About Us

Palouse Patchers is a quilting group based in the Inland Pacific Northwest community of Moscow, Idaho. We have approximately 175 members of all ages, who come from the surrounding communities of the Palouse region of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. The Palouse is a region of rolling hills covered in their own patchwork of farmlands.

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Webpage Background Quilt

The quilt "Palouse Hills" used on the webpage background was made by the Palouse Patchers in 1986. The rolling hills, pea vine, and wheat are representative of the Palouse region. It was designed by Shirley Nilsson, Vicki Purviance, and Monica MacFarland. The full quilt can be seen at McConnell Mansion.

A photograph of the entire quilt is available here.

The following is a Tribute to all Palouse Patchers - thank you for making many children happy.  Please take time to read the CASA Newsletter and have your heart strings pulled.