Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Good Work Cowley County!
The Central High School Art Department Students just finished painting these barn blocks as a community project. This is the second year that they have painted and donated barn quilts. The blocks will soon be hung at Flemings Grain locations north of Winfield and west of Burden and will join the Cowley County leg of the Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail.

Jillian Henning is the instructor and the students pictured are: Back row: Steven Lambert, Faith Clingerman, Sara Jackson, Emily Mackey, Winter Barber, Marlie Dennett, Jeffery Dennett, Dominic DeMaranville and front row: Jacob Donley, Dokanie Reyes, Kimberly Hull, Kayley Wilson, Ian Shields, Nathan Delaney. 

Monday, December 8, 2014

Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail Program
December 4th
Chapman Senior Center Christmas Dinner
Chapman Catholic Parish Center

Thelma Lexow, left, SR Center manager, looks on as
Judy and Larry Sorenson, experienced barn quilt owners,
explain "how-to" make barn quilt blocks.
Judy and Lori Hambright, KSFHQT Dickinson County Rep,
gave a KSFHQT barn quilt presentation to those in attendance.
Lori also gave a Kansas Barn Alliance report on the recent
Barn Fest in Dickinson County, including barn quilts that
were viewed on the Tour of barns.
Approximately 60 were in attendance for the event.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Welcome Woodson County!
The Woodson County Historical Society has joined the
Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail, with their "Friendship Variation" block
displayed on their Museum building in Yates Center.