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Barn Quilts - Art & Design

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Two things I love in this world; quilts & old barns.  Seeing them together is just pure happiness!
I'm totally amazed & moved by the barn quilt movement- folks paint quilt blocks on their barns as a gesture of community & heritage. Started by one woman....and now branches out across several states. How impressive is that? Someday I'd like to roam around & see them for myself.

Here's a few that caught my eye:

image: travelpod

image: Ohio Barns

 image: David McLane

image via whipup

image: trekearth

On another note, change is a brewin' over here...thinking about lots of newness lately (which is probably how I found myself aimlessly browsing sites & blogs today until I stumbled upon these beatuies!) ...will be writing more soon, but until then, thought I'd share these amazing bits of design & color.


Alison said...

how funny! just yesterday i was driving through an area not far from me but one that i have not yet really explored, when i came across all of these amazing barns with quilting squares on them. and i thought to myself i need to do some research online to find out what there were! and now here is your post!!!

Suzi Parron said...

So great that you have discovered barn quilts! I have to warn you, though, that they are addicting! I have been researching them for over two years in preparation for a book that will be published next year. I

If you would like to know more, stop by americanquilttrail.blogspot.com

Best wishes,

Suzi Parron

Allisa Jacobs said...

Thank you Suzi! Look forward to your book :)