Learning from square one how to do things from scratch. Canning, recipes, medicinal herbs, gardening, farmette animals, and lots of family mixed in!
Very cool! I love barn quilts but since we don't have that type of barn down here in the desert, nobody does the neat barn quilts. :(
Lucky you. Wish we had some of those around here. I really like them.
neat, neat, neat!!! until i started seeing these featured on blogs this past year, i'd never heard of quilt blocks before.
Love the quilt square!I've collected pictures of them for a few years now. Your selective coloring is very nice!
Wonderful barn...and I am interested in quilt barns but just need to go finish dishes right now. Hoping I can remember to come back here to check out your link.
Fantastic barn & quilt... love the edit, too!Thank you so much for joining, now I'm off to visit your link =)
I love the barn quilts. The first time I saw them was earlier this year on Pat's blog at A View From The Edge and was really smitten the second I viewed them!
That is really pretty! What a great way to spruce up a barn!
I went to a funeral in Greshem, took back roads saw 3 barn quilts! Really cool. I want to go back and take some pictures. These are becoming popular around here. I think it has something to do with this years Farm Technology Days in Marathon Co. The host farm was given one. Blessings from Ringle
While not particularly common in this part of the country, the quilts really are quite lovely... Larry
We don't have those around here, so I love seeing pictures of them!
This is a beautiful red barn and I really like the quilt on it! We have a few quilt barns in our area here in Missouri.
This is a wonderful barn quilt. I keep looking and looking but have yet to find one. You wait until I do. I will probably wreck my car. This is a wonderful shot. genie
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