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Potato Harvest

The new quilt block at the Tustin Museum is based on a traditional block called Country Farm. Joanne Iler designed the potato plant for the center, and Elsie Vredenburg added the railroad tracks. The railroad has been turned into a … Continue reading

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Carnival Ride

Heilman’s Haven, the home of Gilbert & Carol Heilman, 8753 225th Ave., Reed City, has a new quilt block on the barn. It is Carnival Ride, designed by Judy Martin, and used with permission. The Heilmans knew they wanted a … Continue reading

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Sunbonnet sue

Sunbonnet Sue has come to live at Ellen Grimshaw’s house. Ellen fondly remembers her mother giving her a Sunbonnet Sue quilt when she was a child, so she chose this design for her quilt block. Since she doesn’t have a … Continue reading

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Thorny Crown

The Nickell garage at 8698 Big Stone Lake Rd., Evart, MI is home to this Thorny Crown quilt block. The design was taken from Judy Martin‘s book. Scraps, Blocks & Quilts, and used with permission.

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Nature’s Harmony

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean we’ve taken a vacation from putting up quilt blocks! Today we put up a 4′ block on the Leroy Farmers Market building on the corner of Kent St. and Old Mackinaw Trail in Leroy, … Continue reading

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Color Tour/Quilt Barn Tour

Coming up this weekend–Saturday, October 9, 2010. The OLAH Studio at 207 N. Main St., Evart, MI, will be open from 1-2:30, serving light refreshments and maps & brochures of the quilt trail will be available. Our painting studio at … Continue reading

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Hen and Chickens

This lovely variation of the Hen and Chickens block graces the barn of Ruth Calkins, 14625 Twenty Mile Rd., Tustin, MI. It comes from a quilt made by Ruth’s late husband Jim’s “grandma Vine”, who raised him.

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