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October 27, 2019

John and LeeAnne Bell live in a gravel road outside of Durham. They are the first Barn Quilt to be put up in this area. Their quilt is one of a kind, not only is the design symbolic and meaningful to them, but it was also mostly painted "free-hand". This makes the Oak...

August 13, 2019

 This applique design was 

Meet “Wiley”, representing our barn filled with happy dairy cows owned by the family of Brian and Jon Wiley. We have recently restored the barn. The “bones “of it are original and  it’s basic structure remains the same. It originally was...

August 10, 2019

Brian and Angela Tulloch live on the Townline between Meaford and Grey Highlands. There they have raised four children and passed on the tradition of the family farm. The Tulloch family have been farming in the Rocklyn area for many years, raising beef cattle and cash...

August 8, 2019

The Grandmother's Garden Barn Quilt is one that you cannot miss as you travel down Grey Road 40 towards Highway 26 near Clarksburg. This spectacular Quilt pattern is one that is not only a popular quilt to sew but makes a spectacular Barn Quilt. The colourful flowers a...

August 8, 2019

You may have been on the fence about getting your very own Barn Quilt. You may have thought of it before but thought that maybe now is not the time. Well NOW is the time! We are in the process of starting to paint another batch of barn quilts! Recently we have complete...

July 7, 2018

 Over the past few months I have been distracted by life, the Barn Quilt Trail has had to take a bit of a back seat and I felt obligated to give an explanation. If you don't know me personally then you may not know that I primarily am a dairy farmer. And in...

March 7, 2018

The Bird is a one of a kind piece designed by myself (Hiliary Breadner, Graphic Designer & Project Manager) for our one and only Lorraine. Lorraine is our Committee Chair and was the one who had the brain child of starting a Barn Quilt Trail in Grey County. Her and her...