Just another way to show off a quilt block!
Featured block of the week is Cross and Crown Block which signifies Heaven's timeless message to humankind. It is located at the St. Louis Church of Christ at 1075 W Monroe Rd, St. Louis.
Always fun to tour other counties quilt trails.
This is a nice idea. Hope you have a wonderful turnout!
Pam Winchester painted this beautiful watercolor poster to advertise our Garden Tour on July 14th! We will have copies displayed in the area. Save the Date and go to our website at Word press for more information.
So nice to see a trail grow!
We are very happy today as we placed the first block in Marion County, Alabama! Mr. Wade Nixon of Hamilton designed the block and picked the colors for this pi...cture perfect barn. The land and barn sit on his beautiful property at 1662 Sentry Road. We appreciate Mr. Nixon and his generosity in allowing us to showcase his barn and for designing such an outstanding block. Thanks to Cecil Norris for his help installing the block! Welcome to to Alabama Barn Quilt Trail!
The featured block of the week is at the Howe Memorial Library in Breckenridge. This is the 4-Square Library Block and represents the on bookcase that was the beginning of the library in the 1920's.
Our featured block of the week is one of the newest on our trail. This beautiful block is located at Gena's Country Accents in downtown Breckenridge. Welcome to the trail Gena!
As the featured block of the week we are proud to display this beautiful Four Square Patriotic Poppy block. This block is located at the St. Louis VFW, founded in 1970 and named for Fred E. Richards who was killed in action in Vietnam.