Thursday, December 8, 2011

Holiday Quilting Fun!

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways How about some holiday quilting fun--barn quilt style? I am participating in a "blog hop," which probably rings a holiday bell for you quilters. If you click on the logo below, you will find a site with dozens of quilting blogs, each of which is featuring a quilt-related giveaway!


As for me--I am giving away FOUR of my incredibly beautiful barn quilt calendars, to four of you who respond. Here are a couple of pages. You can see the fabulous cover and the rest of the images in the box on the right side of the page:





How do you win? Add a comment below telling us which quilt trail is nearest to your home. If you have seen a quilt trail--that's easy enough! Note that you must respond with a URL or email address to win!

If you haven't, visit barnquiltinfo.com and check out the map. Once you have found a quilt trail close to you, post a comment telling us where you live and where the quilt trail is. Don't worry, I'm not going to check Google Maps to see whether you are correct!

The giveaway will last until Saturday, the 17th, when I will randomly select a winner from those who responded.

Have fun, check out the barn quilts, and then click on the link to visit all of the other bloggers who are participating in the holiday fun.

Happy Holidays!

Suzi

136 comments:

  1. Quilted Corners of Wyalusing, PA is nearest to me!

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  2. Anya, I look forward to visiting!

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  3. I had no idea I had a quilt trail near me until I went to the website. I live in Oregon and will definitely make plans to tour the Tillamook trail. Thanks!

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  4. I am by the Kankakee Barn Quilts. They are so neat. Some one from there is going to come talk to quilt guild in August, I think about it.

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  5. I am in the southern quilt trail, but non very near me. Will have to work on that! Then checked flordavbcause we are right on border, coast, nothing .

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  6. Well this is a bit tricky because I live in Australia. But using your map and guide it looks like the Lake County Quilt Trail in Ca. is the closest to me! Long way to travel but it sure would be worth it!

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  7. Walworth County Wisconsin is just over the border for me. Thanks for the map...it will be helpful when I'm on the road.

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  8. Carver County Minnesota is the closest to me, but I look forward to going to southern MN and seeing the Houston county one.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win a calendar.

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  9. The Pennsylvania Grange has a heritage quilt trail, and there is one at the Allentown Farmer's Market that I see on a weekly basis. Kathie L in Allentown

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  10. My nearest barn quilt trail is in Tillamook County on the coast. Still quite far from me, even if we are in the same state.

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  11. I live near Athens, Georgia and my nearest quilt trail is in Powder Springs (W. Cobb County). I'll have to check it out one day. I've seen many barn quilts in my travels through Iowa, Wisconsin and Colorado.

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  12. I live in Delaware and it would seem the closest barn quilt trail to me in southern Delaware is the one in Garrett County, Maryland. It looks as if you have a lovely calendar!

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  13. The Tillamook County Quilt Trail in Oregon is closest to me. What a beautiful calendar.

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  14. I live in Northeastern Ohio and need to get to the Adams County Quilt Barn Trail. I love your calendar.

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  15. Glad to see you all discovering the quilt trail--I hope you will head out in the spring! Check back Saturday to see what's going on with the bloghop!

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  16. Tillamook Oregon is closest to me. Hoping to see more Quilt Trails out west.

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  17. Love the barn quilts. We drove through western Iowa last summer on State highways in O'Brien and Plymouth counties to see as many as we could. On the way home, we drove through Clay, Buena Vista, and Sac counties so we could see more. We're in eastern NE, those are probably the closest.

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  18. Looking to see what is closest to New Zealand would have to the Lake County Quilt Trail in the State of California

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  19. Although I am in NY state the closest for me would be Wyalusing, PA.

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  20. I've seen some quilt blocks on barns in the mountains of NC, so I think those are the closest

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  21. Terry County Quilt Trail here in Texas!

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  22. I have not seen one here in So CA, but I have visited them in Iowa when we travel home.

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  23. Tillamook is the closest trail to me.

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  24. Be sure to check the map! There are quite a few trails that you might not be aware of.

    I love the fact that California is the closest to my friends in Australia and New Zealand! Hope I can send a calendar your way.

    Be sure to check back later, as the blog hop party is set to begin!

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  25. I love Barn Quilts! I would love a calendar to hang up in my sewing space. I live in New Hampshire...there aren't any quilt trails really close. I guess there are a few quilts sprinkled around Vermont, but the closest trail according to the site is in Neversink, NY. Road Trip!!

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  26. I had no idea about this interesting trail. My trail, in Randolph County, Arkansas, is about 225 miles from me. Thanks for bringing this information to my attention!

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  27. I live in Norway and I envy you Americans having those Barn Quilts! We don't have that in Norway. If you are willing to send to Norway I would love to join :) I love those pictures!

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  28. HI, I love to look for barn quilts as I travel the country. The closest trail to me is Monroe County WV. CATHY

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  29. I live in British Columbia, Canada. The closest trail to me would be Tillamook trail.

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  30. I've never been on a barn quilt trail. I checked out the website and there's one about 3 hours away from me in western Maryland. I can't wait to check it out, who knew????!!!

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  31. Shipshewana, Indiana is closest to me, I think...

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  32. I live in Eugene, Oregon and the closest one is Tillamook County. Not to far, would love to go now that I am aware of it. Thanks for the info.

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  33. I'm very near trail in Monroe , Wi. love to drive the hills to find BARNS / Quilts.

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  34. I love barns and the quilt trail barns would be a wonderful journey. I live in Central Alberta Canada so I am guessing that the Tillamook one would be the closest to me.
    Your winner will love the calendars I am sure.
    Regards,
    Anna

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  35. I'm in the UK and although we have lots of barns we don't have quilt trails!

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  36. I GUESS the quilt trail closest to me would be the one in TX! I live in South America! :)

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  37. How fun! Closest to me is the Lake County Trail, in CA. I've never seen it, but I do see quilt blocks everywhere. I always point them out and everyone laughs at me ;)

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  38. The Wardsville "Quilt Barn" trail is my nearest here in Ontario - in fact we spotted it on a trip through there, where we go thru frequently to my folks home (it's about 7 hrs. drive from us!) and I went online after getting home to find out more - will be looking again before Christmas when we pass by again - fun and interesting!

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  39. Quilted Corners of Wyalusing, PA is closest to me.

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  40. I live in California - there's no quilt trail nearby. Quilt in a Day's store has several barn quilt blocks on the outside of their store, though, and that's less than 10 miles away.

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  41. The Upper Cumberland Quilt Trail. Thanks
    jenniferbowden7@gmail.com

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  42. I live close to the Adams county trail. Thank you for being part of the hop and Happy Holiday to You and Yours.

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  43. Wyalusing, Pa is where the nearest Quilt Trail is.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    kelly (at) mysimplewalk (dot) com

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  44. I live very close to the Catlettsburg Quilt Alley in KY. I would love this calendar for my MIL.

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  45. As far as i ma concerned the entire state of Missouri is a quilt trail, you can drive over almost any byway and find at least one barn quilt. But I did go look and The Boonslick Trail is the closest. http://www.missouribarnquilts.com/ Thanks for the chance to win a book I have coveted for a long time.

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  46. Due to living in Australia the nearest one to me is the ones in California, although I would love to say there are ones here, I can't find any information about them. Such a shame, I would love to follow a quilt trail.

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  47. I live across the lake from Trigg County KY where a couple of Quilt Block barns are located. I would like to see more Quilt Block Barns on my side of the lakes as I live near Paducah, KY, so called Quilt City USA. I did have the pleasure of seeing several barns in IL, WI, MN and Iowa while I was taking a much needed vacation by myself a year ago. The Quilt Blocks dressed up newly painted barns as well as those that have seen many years of use. They were the bright sites of my trip.
    Love the web site and thanks for offering the calendar.

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  48. I live an hour North of raleigh, NC so the nearest trail is about 4 to 5 hours from me in Iredell County in the Western part of the state.

    I would love to win one of the calendars!

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  49. I live in central Florida and I am not aware of any trail near to me. Thanks so much for your very generous giveaway.

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  50. Colorado Arrowhead The Steak Out

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  51. The Terry County Quilt Trail is the closest because I live in TX. Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

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  52. The Tillamook County Quilt Trail is the nearest to my home in the Pacific Northwest. I hope to win;
    I love calendars!
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  53. The Tillamook County Quilt Trail in Oregon is closes to where I live in Montana. I'd love to get a quilt trail of barn quilts started here close to Glacier National Park. Lovely calendar. Kd ~ brown [dot] k [at] centurytel [dot] net

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  54. Never knew there was one in Rock Co. Wis. which is close to us. My husband loves to see them when we do go by a barn with a quilt. Thanks..we will do a tour

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  55. What a lovely give away you have here, thanks for the opportunity! Sorry no quilttrails in the Netherlands but we do have something like it in summer, In Groningen (the province I live in in the north of the Netherlands) you have a route for three days along small villages and you may look at quilts in old churches, houses and maybe a farm. I am participant in this give away too, so you might visit my blog too. Kind greetings from the Netherlands.

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  56. Sadly no trails that I know of near me:( I would love to win tho! Thanks

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  57. Tillamook is the trail here in oregon. And it looks really fun. Might have to make a special vacation trip next summer. LOL Thanks for the opp. to enter.

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  58. I live in Sonora, CA and I do not know of any barn trails near by. I love these barn designs and really do look forward to a chance of winning my own barn calendar. What a wonderful gift to have.
    Thank you for your generosity.

    Sandi T.
    sandit1@sbcglobal.net

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  59. The Kankakee Trail is the nearest one to Chicago. I will have to put that on my TO DO list when I get back home!!!

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  60. It seems the Neversink, NY Barn Trail is closest to us in upstate, NY. We live in Schenectady.
    This blog is my "learned something new today." Thanks for the info and excited new world to explore.

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  61. hmm... i've never been on one, but there's one in dewitt county, IL, and that's not that far... these calendars are gorgeous!!

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  62. Wow this is amazing! I had no idea these were out there! The Marshal County Barn Quilt Trail is closest to me, I am going to try to do it too! Thank you so much for the info!!!! And the chance to win :)

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  63. Barn Quilts of Carver County in MN is the closest to me. The calendars are beautiful!

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  64. Tillamook County in Oregon is the closest...about a day and a half drive from where I live in the country just northeast of Seattle....

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  65. I love your calenars, and your little game is great. I am in N.B., Canada, so I think the closest is Neversink, N.Y. Hope you visit my blog for my prize.

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  66. The nearest to me would be in Osceola County in Michigan. Thanks

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  67. Greene County in Iowa! I'm on the blog hop too and have a daily give away...take a look! I would love to win a calendar...I live in a rural community and love old barns too...I've got to get a farmer's daughter block on our shed one of these days. Thanks for the great give away!

    Brenda...the Farmer's Dotter

    Brenda...the Farmer's Dotter

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  68. Terry County, TX is nearest to me! I have never been and my guessimate is that it's about a six to seven hour road trip to get there from where I live. :-)

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  69. TILLAMOOK IS CLOSEST TO ME;MUST TRAVEL THERE+VIEW IT ONE DAY! THANKS FOR SHARING!

    MERRY CHRISTMAS ALL!

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  70. I am also in Australia, so the closest would be the Lake County Ca. I am Going to check out the site more closely later as it sounds interesting. Love the calendar.

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  71. I am in Ohio. The closes to me is SR 643 Trail. I haven't been that way yet. I just started quilting this year. Now that I know it's down there I will try to check it out the next time we go camping that way. Thanks for the chance to win your prize pack! Happy holidays.
    Shahann at yahoo dot com.

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  72. It looks like Lake county is the closest with Squash Blossom quilt shop being the closest. I am guessing it is about 600-800 miles away, though. Darn. Thanks for the giveaway chance!
    Linda
    http://homesweetquiltinghome.blogspot.com/

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  73. I would love a calender, they are beautiful

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  74. The closest barn trail to me is Kankakee County, IL however we would see them during our trips to Wisconsin in Racine County. Thanks!

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  75. I'm in Livingston County, Missouri. The Boonslick Region is closest to me. Can't believe it's only a couple hours down the road!

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  76. Lake County Quilt Trail. This is so great to know. My youngest daughter just got married and it was held in a barn.

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  77. I am C-L-E-E-A-R out in Oregon....and our nearest Quilt Trail is in Tillamook, OR.

    We get out to your neck of the woods at least every other year as we have family out that way. Next time we're out we will stop by

    Merry Christmas to you and yours

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  78. susantalks@sbcglobal.netDecember 11, 2011 at 10:39 PM

    I am so surprised there aren't any quilt trails in Oklahoma! The nearest one to me would be in Kansas and I mapped it to make sure! :D

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  79. I live 50 miles away from Kalona, Iowa which has many barn quilts and the city has added quilt blocks in the bricks of the sidewalks. Also done the barn quilts tour around the Shipshewanna, IN area. Thanks for the great giveaways.

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  80. Texas would be the closest trail to NM, but I did see the quilt on the Dairy Barn in Athens Ohio when I went to QSDS last year

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  81. Whenever we drive from our home in north central Iowa to visit my mom in NE Iowa, I'm fortunate to drive among the Barn Quilts of Fayette County. I've had photos of many of those quilts in my computer for several years.
    That's only one county north of the barn quilts of Buchanan County, but I haven't enjoyed any of those yet. I see a road trip in my future.

    Thanks for this generous giveaway, Suzi.

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  82. I am nearest the Booneslick trail in Missouri.

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  83. I am near the Quilt trail in Osceola County in Michigan. I am not sure if it is an official trail or if they just decided to have their own but we have over 30 quilt barns in this small rural county. It is pretty cool.

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  84. I am in central GA and it looks like the Southern Quilt Trail is closest to me. I had no idea. Several towns are not too far from me but the closest is Franklin, GA.

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  85. The closest for me is Powder Springs (W. Cobb) I had no idea either and I live in Roswell.

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  86. The Morgan County Barn Quilts Trail is closest to me! I had never heard of this before! Cool!

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  87. I live in Denmark, and we don't have Quilt Trails... Would love to win the calender, and have a Quilt Trail "myself"!!!

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  88. Thanks for the link--- I would love to visit some of the quilt trails that are nearby! I live on the Gulf coast in Alabama-- and the closest quilt trail to me is Gee's Bend! Thanks for the chance to win one of those beautiful calendars! My dad has an old barn down by his pond, and I'd love one day paint a quilt block for his barn! :-)

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  89. I live in Italy and we don't have Quilt Trails. I would love to come back to USA to visit them . hugs

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  90. This is super neat!! Coshocton Cty in Ohio appears closest to us. I would love to visit sometime!

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  91. I love the barn quilts and have followed several trails....Ohio, Kentucky mostly. I guess the closest is the one in northern Indiana around Plymouth. I've been on part of it. We have a few scattered quilt barns in southern Indiana, but no real trail. Love the calendars! Hope I win! mvfreeman2@gmail.com

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  92. none in Florida so I guess the closet one to Pensacola FL would be the Gee's Bend in Alabama

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  93. I would really, really love to win one of these...I love barns and I love quilting.

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  94. I live near the Upper Cumberland Quilt Trail in Tennessee. I haven't been on it yet, but I have passed by a few on the highway.

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  95. Barn Quilts have not been in Texas until very recently, Terry County, I think it is, is the first to start a quilt trail, which is good coz I LOVE barn quilts! Thank you for the opportunity to win :)

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  96. The Tillamook County Quilt Trail would be the closest. I live in the Yukon in northern Canada. But we can get Tillamook cheese up here and it is delicious. And in a town about an hour from where I live there is a house that has four or five quilts painted on its outside walls..... Thanks for entering me in your draw.

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  97. hehe no quilt trails here in France but if I ever get back over the pond again, Im intending to go on a trail, we live in a converted barn and id love to hang a quilt block off it

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  98. Iredell County in NC is the closest Barn Quilt. I didn't know that until going to your website. I lead an online quilt group and we have posted articles and websites as a topic of conversation, so I was quite aware of them. I did see a couple while traveling in TN. My neighbor put up a shed the shape of a barn that can be seen directly from my back sliding glass door. I keep telling my hubby I am going to paint a quilt block and hand it on the backside of it. What do you think?

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  99. I have to admit that I had never heard of a quilt trail until I read it here. I can assure you that my quilting buddy and I will hit the road and check out the ones in Georgia, probably the Powder Springs one first. Thanks for a great way to share quilting.

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  100. I'm by the Washington, IA trail but haven't gone on it. We do have a lot of barns around here that have quilts on them. Great giveaway!

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  101. I don't live near a barn quilt trail. It sure sounds like a wonderful vacation.

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  102. I would love to win the barn quilt calendar. 2 years ago some quilt buddies and I went on a road trip looking for barn quilts and of course quilt shops.

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  103. What a neat idea, I had no idea that there was a barn quilt trail in Oregon, that is the closest to BC, and I look forward to visiting all the sites there

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  104. I live just a few miles away from the Country Barn Quilt Trail of Western NY--and have traveled it! Enjoyed the day!
    Sandy
    http://www.quiltingfortherestofus.com

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  105. I think the closest is the Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail in Wahalla, SC. But before looking at the map I thought the closest was in NC. I live NW SC and did not even know there were any in SC. Just knew about NC. Now have more choices. Thanks for the info and Thanks for the chance for winning.

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  106. Figured out that there is one even in Ontario: the Wardsville Quilt Barn trail. It's a couple of hours away, but when visiting that area in the future, will have to keep my eyes peeled for them. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  107. I was quite surprised to see any quilt trail near me in CA...there is one in Lake county, and if I am not misunderstanding...just one barn there in California! I am from the midwest & am homesick for the lovely barns & pastureland near where I grew up. Would move back if job permitted. I have been online to the quilt trail in several states back a few years ago. Thanks for the opportunity for a quilt calendar with barns & fields.

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  108. Fort Morgan, Colorado is the closest quilt trail to me. It's several hours away, but I'll have to go visit!

    Thanks for the giveaway, and the tip! ;)

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  109. Wardsville is the closest to me. Had never heard of these trails before. Definitely a summer excursion next summer.
    Thanks

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  110. I've never seen a quilt trail before! But according to your map I live closest to Shelburne Barn. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  111. I live in Idaho so no quilt trails here. The closest one is Tillamook.

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  112. Living in Sri Lanka so no quilt trails. Would have loved to have them though.

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  113. Having been raised in Southern Wisconsin, I've seen lots of these Barn Quilts. Some are on barns belonging to relatives of mine.
    Then, two and a half years ago, I moved to Georgia, and I am so happy to see The Quilts spreading across America.
    Wonderful Site and Blog. Thanks for Sharing Quilts. my email is: richteasdale@hotmail.com

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  114. There is a quilt trail very close to me--right in my back yard, in fact. Osceola Quilt Trail, in Osceola County, Michigan.
    www.osceolaquilttrail.wordpress.com
    There's even a quilt block on my garage.

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  115. if my geography is right the nearest quilt trail for me is in New Jersey in Middlesex - I'm pretty sure the east coast of the US is closer to Germany then the west coast ...

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  116. There is a quilt trail just west of Rochester, NY. Love to go and just look-especially in the fall.

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  117. I'd like to start a quilt trail in New Haven IN at Jefferson Park where the Maumee Valley Antique Steam & Gas Association is located. What incredible fun! I took a friend of mine, Rita, on a road trip last year...I'm directionly challenged so to speak (Nov. BD, I got a GPS!) anyway, she yelled at me to stop out in no man's land, and there on a very old barn was a barn quilt. I drove down the long lane, she got out of the car with her walker and phone and took a photo of it! If people were in the house they probably thought what are those two old ladies doing?! hahahaha A good memory!

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  118. The closest one is Kankakee County Illinois, since I live in Mchenry County. lnb1191(at)aol(dot)com

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  119. I see Barn Quilts all over Ohio. Thought about making a small one for over my tool shed!

    Thanks for the Opportunity to Win!!!

    Paul
    www.OutnumberedQuilter.com

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  120. The nearest one is Carver County Minnesota. I didn't know there was one that close to me..only a couple of counties north. Thank you for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  121. SAndley I am in Arizona..no trail. SO I chose California..I LOVE LOVE BARNS! Maybe cause we dont have many here. LOVE to win your calendar. Thanks for a wonderful give away.
    cynzplace.blogspot.com

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  122. The nearest one to me, as far as I can tell, is in Wilcox County, AL. Thanks for a chance to win.Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com

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  123. Power Springs, GA is the one closest to me.

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  124. have never seen one and don't think we have one in south louisiana... thanks for the great giveaway

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  125. I checked the map, and Sullivan County NY is the closest to me. Unfortunately I live at least an hour and a half away in Yaphank NY. ;->

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  126. I've never actually seen a quilt trail and checking the map, the closest is in Tillamook,Oregon, a full state away from where I live. Thanks for the giveaway!
    kessilari(at)gmail(dot) com

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  127. the Yadkin Valley Quilt Trail is nearest to me. I have actually seen some of those blocks.
    thanks for a chance to win a calendar.

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  128. OMG! I did not know we had a Barn Quilt Trail in Texas.... Terry County Quilt Trail (and tumbleweeds) is our only state's listing. BUT my family is from KY and there are 4 counties all in easy driving distance. I know what I am doing next visit.

    I love barn quilts. Just a tribute to our history.

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  129. I love Barns and barn quilts.
    We have lots of barn tours right at my back door in neighboring counties of Athens and Vinton County, OHIO.

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  130. I painted a 2'x2' piece of exterior plywood as a quilt block to showcase my house numbers! That's how much I love barn quilts. We travel the trail in the mountains of NC along the Blue Ridge Parkway. Love those barns.
    Hope you visit my blog to check out my wooden quilt block.
    Hugs from Mary

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  131. I am Canadian and have never seen a barn quilt in Canada. However I travel to and from Fl;orida each year and have seen a few along the eastern states. I actually intend to start making barn quilts next summer and introduce them to Nova Scotia! I'd love to have your calendar because I love barn quilts!

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  132. Well, I live in northwest Wyoming - near Jackson Hole and there aren't any that are very close at all. I guess the closest is in Colorado - a good 8 hour drive.

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  133. Nothing in Louisiana so I am guessing that Texas might be the closest.

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  134. I am near Green, Rock, and Walworth counties in WI. I love driving and spotting the barns while we are out driving. I'm sure my husband thinks I'm nuts getting excited to see those barns. LOL

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  135. Probably the quilt trail in Tennessee is closest to me. I'm in VA. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to win one of your beautiful calendars!!

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