The Place of Grace Quilting Retreat

Peace and Relaxation for You

Welcome to Place of Grace Quilter’s Retreat! This brand new, purpose built facility is snuggled in a five-and-a-half acre wooded lot in lovely Clarkrange, Tennessee. Enjoy the beauty and privacy of 360 degrees of woods while being only two miles from town and amenities.

This ground level retreat can accommodate 18 guests in its five spacious rooms. Our large sewing room is bright, and features an eight foot table and comfortable chair for each guest. A dedicated outlet for each table assures ample power for your sewing machine, small iron, and light. There are also two ironing stations and a large gridded quilting wall. Wifi is provided throughout the facility and a large television with internet access is also in the sewing room so that tutorials from Youtube can be watched by the group.

Adjoining the sewing room is a fully equipped kitchen and dining room. The stove looks over a half wall into the sewing room so that if someone is cooking for the group, they can still be part of the fun.

The bedrooms are interiorly insulated for noise reduction so that guests who want to work into the late hours of the night can do so without disturbing the sleep of others in the bedrooms.

Your comfort was foremost in our minds when building this facility. It is all one level, so that the handicapped have no stairs to negotiate. The sewing room opens up to the parking lot, so that machines do not have to be lugged a long way. A comfortable sleep is assured because all of the beds have Lucid Memory Foam and Comfort Gel mattresses. There is a Jacuzzi tub for relaxing away any sore muscles from a long day of sewing in four of our rooms and our fifth room is equipped with a wheel chair accessible shower.

If you want to take a break from sewing, snuggle up with a good quilting magazine from our library or watch a movie on Netflix in our lounging area. You may also want to take a walk over to our pond, sit in a swing under our grape arbor or just share a conversation with some friends on the front or back porch of the retreat.

We are a ten minute drive from the Mennonite community of Muddy Pond. Take a step back in time and watch sorghum being milled in the early fall or have a custom saddle or leather purse made at the Muddy Pond Leather Store. The Muddy Pond General Store features all kinds of good things to eat and hand crafted items. There is even Blueberry Picking and local Honey sold across the street from the General Store at Schrock’s farm

There are many attractions with in a 25-45 minute drive from the retreat. To the North of the retreat is Tennessee’s oldest winery. Horseback riding and hiking are available at the Big South Fork Park. The village of Pall Mall is the historic birthplace of Sg. Alvin York — most decorated soldier of WWI, and home to the Historic York Gristmill. To th eNorth East is the historic English settlement of Rugby. To the Sourth of the retreat is the city of Crossville, the golf capital of Tennessee. This city boasts of five major golf courses. Just a few minutes to the South of Crossville is the historic town of Homestead and the Homestead Museum.

However you choose to relax, there is peace for you at Place of Grace Quilter’s Retreat. The facility will open March 2017, so make your reservations today!

8Sewing Tables
2Ironing Stations