Saturday, August 2

Quilt Trail

There is a Quilt Trail display across surrounding counties in the area I makes for such a nice ride. The Quilts I am showing you today is within a 15 mile radius of my home.
The quilt squares are attached to new and old barns. In the fields surrounding the barns there are horses and cows grazing.
I took this picture last fall ...see the tobacco hanging in it.
I have seen the squares attached to homes, fences, and mounted on post in the yard.

This is a closer view of the barn I posted yesterday...notice a whole quilt was painted on it. Look at the detail painted in each square. This fall dh and I are planning to take a ride in the surrounding area and I will share those with you too.

I'm off to yard sales this morning....Have a great weekend



Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Wow, what great eye candy you get to see everyday! There is a blog, but I can't remember which one, where she made one (wood) and hung it on her front porch, so neat.
I hope you find alot of goodies this morning.

Leslie said...

That is VERY neat! How cool! Love them and especially the detail of the last one!

Have a great weekend!

Darlene said...

Thank you for visiting me....that is just TOO COOL!! I would be riding around all day just looking at the quilts on the barns....NEAT, NEAT!!!!!

Black Sheep Lisa said...

Love them all! I would love to have that kinda scenery around here!

Anonymous said...

You're making me home sick!
Love you bunches sis.

Cora from Nelia's Primitive Place said...

I sure have enjoyed my visit here today! I just kept reading and reading and reading some more. You are truly an artist, and I love all the things you have painted on!

LOVED the tour of the quilts on the barns. What a unique idea!!!!!


Wendy said...

Wow!! Those are beautiful!!! How awesome you get to see them whenever you are out and about!!! Take care!~Wendy

Lisa said...

Wow, that is really cool. At first I thought it was computer added, the colors are so vivid. My mom and I would have a blast looking at all those barns. Thanks for an interesting post!!

Kindra said...

I'm so glad you commented on my blog! Wow, you have have a great blog and I'll be saving you to my blogroll! My hubby wants to take us on vacation sometime in the next couple months. Kentucky or Tennessee is my choice. :) I would love to see these barn quilts in person! Thanks for sharing! I'll be back soon. !

pinetrees on the moor said...

Great pictures i would love to be there.i must show my friend who loves quilts and has a farm.Did you find bargains today.I will post pictures of my finds laterTake care ~Kate~

Gettysburg Homestead said...

I LOVE those. We don't have those around here and I live in Amish country.


SimpleFolk said...

I absolutely LOVE "quilt barns." One of these days, we are going to paint our own barn! :-) We have a few in our area, but what I enjoy most is seeing them while taking a road trip to the southern part of our State in autumn. Thank you for sharing your photos~ they are lovely, as is your blog!


Katy said...

That is sooo nice!! I would have loved to go around looking at those! Thank you for sharing them with us! :)

Lea of Farmhouse Blessings said...

Oh you lucky girl! I have always wanted to drive the Quilt Trail. Kentucky is the most perfect place for it. Such history & culture.


Anonymous said...

Oh wow, that would be soo neat to drive around and see! Thanks for sharing it with us!
Shayne Louree

The Quiltwhinny said...

Beautiful photos of the barns in your area. My friend has the first barn quilt in Illinois, and hopes it will inspire others.

The Quiltwhinny