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A Red Quilt Trail Barn by TheMan268 A Red Quilt Trail Barn by TheMan268
A Red Quilt Trail barn I saw in rural White County Tennessee U.S.A. A Quilt Trail is a series of painted quilt squares installed at various locations along a route, usually on barns, emphasizing significant architecture and/or aesthetic landscapes. Currently North America has quilt trails in 27 of the United States as well as in several Canadian provinces, such a British Columbia. The first official quilt trail was begun in 2001 in Adams County, Ohio. Donna Sue Groves wanted to honor her mother, Maxine, a noted quilter, with a painted quilt square on the family's barn in Manchester, Ohio. Though many believe that the Groves farm is home to the first barn quilt, that is not the case. The first barn quilt was an Ohio Star which was unveiled as part of a community celebration at a nearby herb farm. The Groves farm later became part of a trail of 20 barn quilts that formed a driving trail throughout Adams County. Although an emerging concept, a national quilt trail has rapidly spread across Ohio to Iowa, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Texas, Minnesota, Nebraska, Colorado, South Dakota, Georgia and Pennsylvania. British Columbia has developed a trail.
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Jhale66 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013
I never knew about quilt trails...so amazing!
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morningstarskid Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2013  Professional Artist
:faint:......that's what those signs mean......Mark....

XD!! Historical Brother!!
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FilipaGrilo Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012
FEATURED [link] :iconoldarchitecturelover:
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TheMan268 Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you very much! :)
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RonTheTurtleman Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2012
I'm sure I've driven past some of these once or twice, but i never knew their significance till now. Thanks
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amcforeverman Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2012
Great barn!
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HCShannon Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I thought these were only in Kentucky!
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TheMan268 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
No, I have photos from Kentucky and Tennessee. :)
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LilRedWagon Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2012
SUPER shot/barn! (This OLD man grew up with barns painted with MAIL POUCH all around)
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TheMan268 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks! I remember seeing those when I was a kid. :)
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