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Thread: 2 more barn quilts

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    1st. is on City Hall Build. in Cumberland Gap Tn., 2nd is on a covered train trestle in Cumberland Gap, Tn. I found them today.
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    I love the barn quilts.

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    Love them :)

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    Very cool!

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    Will brighten the day of all quilters passing by!

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    Those are so cool!

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    Awesome quilts and photos!

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    Love 'em. Haven't seen any in Oregon so am determined to put one on the shed. I believe there is a block called 'Oregon'.

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    Thank you for sharing these with us :D:D:D

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    Great. Cheers the buildings up

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    Oh my gosh how cute!

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    Great! Wish they would do that around here.

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    Love them. My family lives in Crossville & Cookeville TN.

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    Those are not barns. The idea is spreading! Love it!!!

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    Cool...I am getting my husband to do a couple for me (when the poor man gets time!). I plan on putting a few around the place.

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    What fun to see these. I would love to see one in my town.

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    Unusual to me, please help me? Are they real and do they hang in wind and rain or are they just paintings against the walls? Does that mean a quilter lives there?

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    Love these. Keep the pictures coming.
    Plan is to make a barn quilt this fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debbie B
    Love them. My family lives in Crossville & Cookeville TN.
    I have family in Dayton,and in Eaton :-D ...small world :thumbup:

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    I hate to appear blonde! but are the quilts real quilts or painted on ? I have never seen any! :oops:

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    Great pics! Thanks for sharing!

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    I will have to get a picture of the one I made and put on oour barn. Soon :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theresa
    Love 'em. Haven't seen any in Oregon so am determined to put one on the shed. I believe there is a block called 'Oregon'.
    Hi Teresa, I live in Oregon too, not very far from you. Let me know by PM if you find the Oregon block! My husband has a big shop that can be seen from the highway and would be a wonderful place for a barn quilt.

    Scotlass

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    Dotsie, Barn Quilts are quilt blocks that are painted on the sides or front of a barn. It's really pretty when you are driving through the country & see one. Looks like they are starting to be painted in other places now, too. Debbie B

    Quote Originally Posted by Dotsie
    Unusual to me, please help me? Are they real and do they hang in wind and rain or are they just paintings against the walls? Does that mean a quilter lives there?

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