The first quilt trail in Kansas--in Franklin County--was begun this summer. You can see their first few blocks on their website: http://www.visitottawakansas.com/cms.php?quiltblocks.php
More recently, this McIntosh Star block with an apple in the center was installed at an orchard called "Pome on the Range." Gosh, I love a good pun!! Barn quilt puns--even better!
This beautiful Feathered Star in Richmond is the 10th block on this trail.
The North Star block hangs on a barn that was built in Nebraska in the late 1800s. The current owners bought it, dismantled it, and rebuilt it in Kansas! Recycling at its best!
Teh Feathered Star appears on a barn in Richmond, Kansas. I love the white barn as the background!
Be sure to check out http://www.barnquiltinfo.com for the latest map of the quilt trail!
Oh I just love seeing these barns with the painted quilt blocks. Thank you so much once again for sharing!ReplyDelete