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Thread: Barn Quilts

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    These are just great. Love that poster on the link you provided shaverg.

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    My daughters co worker has made a barn quilt for her families barn. I haven't seen it yet but will soon.

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    We have bunches of Barn Quilts in E. Tennessee.. the AQS put out a pamphlet last year at the Expo with a map to many of them.. it's an awesome tour.

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    thank you for the site. God bless. Penny

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    I have seen a couple of them. They are neat!
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    We have our summer camping trip set for Southern Wisconsin and I have been looking for places to visit... I know DH would make a day trip to find as many of these barn quilts as possible.... he loves a competition even if it is with himself!

    Thanks for the info!

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    There is a self guided barn tour in Bradford County PA starting 5/1/10. Had I known about it, I would have gone this week end.

    The article I saw said the barn quilts are 8" x 8' .

    I'm thinking I need one for our pole barn and pavilion. wonder if hubby will let me do it????

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    North Carolina has some of these...Quilt Trails is the newsletter. Don't recall the name of the project, but they have a website. I saw it the first time 2 years ago, and they now have over 100 quilt blocks on buildings in the area. It is in the mountains in Western NC.

    Edit - Here's the link: http://www.quilttrailswnc.org/ My daughter lives in Spruce Pine, NC, and we took a day trip to see the quilt blocks. We got about 20 or so pictures of them.

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    There are a lot of them around Central KY, too. Really neat!

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