Oak Alley is the most frequently stitched Louisiana plantation. Oak Alley is probably second only to Tara (actually a fictional plantation)in the public’s knowledge. This chart was copyrighted by Rose Mary LeBlanc and is our best selling local chart.
San Francisco House
Another Louisiana historical sugar plantation still standing along the eastside of River Road upriver from New Orleans. San Francisco is popular because of it’s twin cisterns.
Located in the historic Vieux Carrie (French Quarter), St. Louis Cathedral proudly looks toward Jackson Square and it’s statue of Andrew Jackson. Jackson Square is a gathering place for locals and tourists alike and is the heart of the French Quarter. Chart copyrighted by Art Ventures.