Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement

Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement
Title Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement PDF eBook
Author Suzi Parron
Publisher Ohio University Press
Total Pages 245
Release 2012-01-22
Genre Art
ISBN 0804040494

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The story of the American Quilt Trail, featuring the colorful patterns of quilt squares painted large on barns throughout North America, is the story of one of the fastest-growing grassroots public arts movements in the United States and Canada. In Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement Suzi Parron takes us to twenty-five states as well as Canada to visit the people and places that have put this movement on America’s tourist and folk art map. Through dozens of interviews with barn quilt artists, committee members, and barn owners, Parron documents a journey that began in 2001 with the founder of the movement, Donna Sue Groves. Groves’s desire to honor her mother with a quilt square painted on their barn became a group effort that eventually grew into a county-wide project. Today, quilt squares form a long imaginary clothesline, appearing on more than three thousand barns scattered along one hundred and twenty driving trails. With more than eighty full-color photographs, Parron documents here a movement that combines rural economic development with an American folk art phenomenon.

Following the Barn Quilt Trail

Following the Barn Quilt Trail
Title Following the Barn Quilt Trail PDF eBook
Author Suzi Parron
Publisher Ohio University Press
Total Pages 509
Release 2016-04-15
Genre Art
ISBN 0804040699

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Suzi Parron, in cooperation with Donna Sue Groves, documented the massive public art project known as the barn quilt trail in her 2012 book Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement. The first of these projects began in 2001, when Groves and community members created a series of twenty painted quilt squares in Adams County, Ohio. Since then, barn quilts have spread throughout forty-eight states and several Canadian provinces. In Following the Barn Quilt Trail, Parron brings readers along as she, her new love, Glen, their dog Gracie, and their converted bus Ruby, leave the stationary life behind. Suzi and Glen follow the barn quilt trail through thirty states across thirteen thousand miles as Suzi collects the stories behind the brightly painted squares. With plentiful color photographs, this endearing hybrid of memoir and travelogue is for quilt lovers, Americana and folk art enthusiasts, or anyone up for a good story.

Barn Quilt Addiction

Barn Quilt Addiction
Title Barn Quilt Addiction PDF eBook
Author Talara Parrish
Publisher
Total Pages 102
Release 2020-11-05
Genre
ISBN

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The Barn Quilt movement is sweeping across the country and abroad. These are beautiful and stunning pieces of art that originally were featured on barns. However, not everyone has a barn, so these are now being featured on out buildings, porches, homes, interior spaces and even businesses. This book is a go to resource guide for the beginner that wants to learn the basic skills in creating a Barn Quilt for themselves or as a profession. It includes material list, recommended products and tips. The author, Talara Parrish, has been painting this works of art for over eight years and has created over 3,000 works of art. She has over 2,500 social media followers and found that many relied on the sharing of knowledge and experience and decided to put together a resource guide. It includes the pros and cons of indulging in this art form as a business and how most can't stop with just one. This book contains over 40 traditional quilt blocks with multiple color layouts of each designs. There are dimensions for standard size Barn Quilts for every pattern. It includes 2', 3' and 4' measurements for grids and placement of angles. For an added resource, it includes information on YouTube channel, Social Media resources and contact information.Let the addiction begin.........

Wisconsin Barns

Wisconsin Barns
Title Wisconsin Barns PDF eBook
Author Nancy Schumm-Burgess
Publisher Farcountry Press
Total Pages 83
Release 2009
Genre Photography
ISBN 1560374837

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An exploration of the barns of Wisconsin that includes 107 full-color photographs along with details about the structures.

Covered Bridges of the Northeast

Covered Bridges of the Northeast
Title Covered Bridges of the Northeast PDF eBook
Author Richard Sanders Allen
Publisher Courier Corporation
Total Pages 130
Release 2004-01-01
Genre Antiques & Collectibles
ISBN 0486436624

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A richly detailed account of bridge builders, the tools they used, and their finished masterpieces, this profusely illustrated work describes foot bridges, latticework and double-decked structures, drawbridges, and more. Filled with information on bridge locations, lengths of spans, and other data, this priceless tribute to a bygone era. 150 black-and-white illustrations.

Barns of Connecticut

Barns of Connecticut
Title Barns of Connecticut PDF eBook
Author Markham Starr
Publisher Wesleyan University Press
Total Pages 180
Release 2013-10-22
Genre Photography
ISBN 081957404X

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Featuring more than 100 stunning full-color photographs along with helpful diagrams and historic photos, Barns of Connecticut captures both the iconic and the unique, including historic and noteworthy barns. The book discusses the importance of barns to Connecticut agriculture across our state and up to the present day. Markham Starr’s Barns of Connecticut offers a lovely introduction to the architectural, functional, and agricultural roles these structures played in early Connecticut. Through text and color photographs, it tells a story of change and continuity. From the earliest colonial structures to the low steel buildings of modern dairy farms, barns have adapted to meet the needs of each generation; they’ve stored wheat, hay, and tobacco, and housed farm animals and dairy cows. These enduring structures display the optimism, ingenuity, hard work, and practicality of the people who tend land and livestock throughout the state.

Quilt Block on American Barns

Quilt Block on American Barns
Title Quilt Block on American Barns PDF eBook
Author Eleanor Burns
Publisher Quilt in a Day.
Total Pages 0
Release 2010-04-14
Genre Machine quilting
ISBN 9781891776403

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"Diana created a warm, down-home country feeling with her choice of Kansas Trouble fabrics by Moda. Her quilt fulfills a drem of driving down country roads in America's heartland. It's perfect to snuggle under by the fireplace on a cold winter day"--Page 4 of cover.