Monthly Archives: August 2010

Tree of Life

The Tree of Life quilt block was chosen by the Donley family, as it symbolizes life itself with its branches reaching heavenward. It is located at 20017 Seven Mile Rd., Reed City, MI Advertisements

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Star of the Orient

The barn on the Centennial farm of Jerry and Lynn Mitchell at 814 190th Ave., Hersey, MI is wearing a new coat of paint and this Star of the Orient quilt block. Lynn chose this block because she said it … Continue reading

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Rolling Star

Founded in 1871, the Hall farm is one of Marion’s earliest homesteads, and has been in the family for 7 generations. Homesteader Sarah McElroy Hall, somehow found time to create the Rolling Star quilt which inspired this block. The family … Continue reading

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Sunflower Wreath

Christie’s Potting Shed and Florist at 321 S. Mill St., Marion, MI is the home of this Sunflower Wreath quilt block.  The building it is on was moved to this site from another site in the village which was purchased … Continue reading

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Windmill

Ken & Ann Willems chose the Windmill block to reflect their Dutch heritage.  It graces a 100 year old barn which has a rather colorful history, even rumored to house a still during Prohibition times.  It is located at 545 … Continue reading

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Untitled Barn Quilt

We have no name for this quilt, which is a replica of a wall hanging made by Zillah Peters, mother of Jerry Peters, whose pole barn it resides on. It is located at 6094 210th Ave., Reed City, MI.

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