St. George Barn Quilt Trail
Just in time for the Apple Harvest in St. George we are proud to launch the St. George Barn Quilt Trail’s website.
The St. George Barn Quilt community was looking for a website to help people find their awesome barn quilts.
The St George Barn Quilt Trail is the lasting legacy of the St George Bi-Centennial celebrations during 2014. The preparation for the Trail began with an idea in July 2013! In September 2013 Brant County 4-H Leaders, Edith Stone and Joan Crawford-Wehrstein lead a 4-H Club, Our Heritage-History-Barn Quilts. During this Club, with the assistance of the South Dumfries Historical Society (Deborah Andre,Jung Choi, Cliff Jones, David Simpson, David Thomson, Kelly Warner), providing the themes and general information and history the members designed 6 barn quilt blocks. These blocks represented various aspects of the Villages 200 years. The designs included: apples, artesian well, early industry, lilies, railroad, and veterans. The 2 foot by 2 foot painted designs were presented to the South Dumfries Historical Society and the St George Bi-Centennial Committee( Cliff Jones, Rodger Lyster, Willie Morley, Tom Pate, Steve Schmitt, David Simpson, David Thomson, John Wehrstein, John Wheat,) at the Levee held on January 1st, 2014.
- We customized the template
- Created the logo
Check out St. George Barn Quilt Trail