Jackson, Lyon, Marion, Marshall Counties

Jackson County



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JACKSON COUNTY:
Quilting On The Square Showcases these block patterns:
Churn Dish, Friendship, Jacob's Ladder, Birds in the Air, Ohio Star, Good Luck Star, Illinois, Maple Leaf, Town Square, Friendship Star, Hunter Star
Mary Pfeiler, Quilting On The Square quilt shop, 400 Pennsylvania, Holton KS 66436
The building was built in 1901, as a mercantile store.





JACKSON COUNTY:

"Doyle Farm Barn Quilts"
Lee Doyle Farms, 13361 238th Road, Holton KS 66436
Artist: Pam Doyle
This machine storage building, built 40 years ago, has hosted wedding receptions for
memorable outside weddings as well as multiple annual family and friend celebrations,
including anniversaries and graduation celebrations.






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LYON COUNTY:
"Americana"
Jeff Shirley, Corner Garage, 317 Main, Americus, KS
Artist: Sue Hageman



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LYON COUNTY:
"Quilt Squares On The Model-T Garage"
Square in a Square, Nine Patch, Ribbon Star, Shoo Fly, Zig Zag
Sail Boat, Pin Wheel, Maple Leaf
Belle's Favorite, Clay's Choice, Churn Dash, Ohio Star, Double Nine Patch
Celtic Twist, Diamond Sparkle, Bear Paw or Bear Claw
Belle Grimsley, 555 Locust, Americus, KS 66835
This Model T garage, circa 1910, has been in the family for 40 years, and now used
for yard tools and supplies. The family lives in a mid-Victorian 2 1/2 story home which was
built around 1876. It was originally a Presbyterian Church manse.
More block details to come.



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MARION COUNTY:
"Air Castle"
Flo & Robert Rahn, 1431 Holly Rd, Hillsboro, KS 67063
The block is displayed on the vintage outhouse, now garden shed, on the
4 acre property the Rahn's purchased 24 years ago.
The original farm was a working dairy.



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MARION COUNTY:
"Kansas Sunflowers" & "Kansas Troubles"
Jones Sheep Farm, 1556 59th, Peabody KS 66866
"Kansas Sunflowers" & some hex signs visible from road.
"Kansas Troubles" is not visible from the road, as well as
numerous other blocks on the property. The octagonal
lambing barn was built in 1982 after a design for a horse
barn featured in a Canadian magazine. This farm has
been in the Jones Family 52 years.




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MARION COUNTY:
"Variation of Mrs. Morgan's Choice"
Artist: Shirley Beisel
Peabody Historical Society, 212 N Walnut, Peabody, KS 66866
The block is located on the back of the Morgan House. The quilt is very visible
as seen driving down Walnut Street which runs north and south and is Peabody's
main street.
The old barn is the property of the Peabody Historical Society and was built in 1904.
It was originally a barn for horses and may later have been used for storage of coffins
when the property became Peabody's first funeral home. It may have housed the early
day car belonging to Editor Morgan of the Peabody Gazette. It is currently used
mostly for storage although it is hoped it can be developed as an agricultural museum.
This building is part of the complex which consists of the first free library in Kansas,
now the Peabody Museum; the Carnegie Library, the Morgan House, and the
ADA Outhouse. The complex is open by appointment.
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MARION COUNTY:
"Grandmother's Flower Garden"
Bill and Cathleen Fish, 894 190th, Hillsboro KS 67063
This historic barn was built by hand in 1916. The Fish Family purchased the
40 acres of the "Scully ground" farmstead in the 1990's.
More history . . .



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MARION COUNTY:
"Double Aster"
Wayne & Neva Kreutziger, 882 120th, Hillsboro KS 67063
Artist: Connie Larson
Neva won this block while attending the Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail Suzi Parron event
at Manhattan, April 2014. This shop building was being planned at the time of the event,
and built soon after.

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MARION COUNTY:
"Flying Geese"
Neysa Eberhard, 5 Prairie Lane, Marion County Lake, Marion KS
Neysa displays her block at the family vacation home, which they
have owned for 14 years.



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MARION COUNTY:
"Love Apple Star"
Karen Saner, 245 Yarrow Rd, Burns, Kansas 66840



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MARION COUNTY:
"Windmill"
Burns Grain Elevator, Hwy 77, Burns KS 66840
Artist: Sandra Heyman


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MARION COUNTY:
"Jerry's Deere" & "4-Pointed Star"
Judy's Creative Quilting, Jerry Troyer, 1277 Indigo, Hillsboro KS 67063






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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Trip Around The World"
Helen Stucky, Nebraska & Railroad St, 100 E Railroad St., Waterville KS 66848
The Livery Stable - Blacksmith building was built in 1885 of limestone,
and currently is used as a workshop.


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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Mariner Star"
Loren & Rhonda Wassenberg, 1975 Hwy 77, Blue Rapids, KS 66411
Loren is an artist in many mediums; wood, paints, iron, pen/ink, pencil, etc.
Rhonda has started piecing quilts and Loren wanted to do one of his own;
working on an 8 foot one!



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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"No Place Like Home"
Clair & Barb Friedrichs, 361 7th Rd, Marysville, KS 66508
Artist: Barb Friedrichs
The barn was built in 1915 and has been in the Friedrichs Family for 40 years.

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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Barbie's Seasonal Blocks"
Patterns: Red Emperor (spring); On The Oregon Trail
Kansas Star (fall); Twisting Star (Christmas); "Stars & Stripes" (4th of July)
Notice - the blocks are shown on the barn side.
Clair & Barb Friedrichs, 361 7th Rd, Marysville, KS 66508
Artist: Barb Friedrichs
The barn was built in 1915 and has been in the Friedrichs Family for 40 years.





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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Six Windows of Sunshine" & "Crown of Thorns"
Bonnie Feldhausen, Frankfort, KS 66427
Located 3/4 mile north of Highway 9 on 19th Road, directions:
Southwest of Frankfort on #9 Highway to Unicorn Road, then west (right)
on Unicorn until reaching a dead end intersection and turn north (right); barn
is on the left side of the road before the next intersection.
This homestead still belongs to the descendants of the original family names -
Morse and Feldhausen. The quilt blocks play tribute to those families, particularly
with the monograms. The farm has been recognized as being owned by the same
family for over 100 years by the Marshall County Historical Society.


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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Fantasy Fishes"
Jan & Rich Turner, 1111 - 8th Road, Marysville KS 66508
The Turner's have been on this farm for 36 years. The woodworking shop was
destroyed by a tornado in May, 2013, and has recently been replaced. Jan says
Rich is an avid, year round fisherman, and she is an avid quilter, and since this block
is on Rich's woodworking shop she thought the fish pattern seemed appropriate!


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MARSHALL COUNTY:
Pony Express Park, 308 S 15th, Marysville, KS
Artists: Barb Kickhaefer, Barb Friedrichs, Karen Besinger & Jane Pope
According to the "Barn Chicks,"This is a wall downtown Marysville
in the Pony Express Park. The wall has some appearance issues
and these four barn quilts were made by "The Barn Chicks"
and hung in an effort to camouflage any flaws in the wall
and make it more attractive not only for visitors driving through town,
but for those of us who live there."




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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Flying Geese"
Vintage Charm Guesthouse/B&B, 134 W Hazelwood, Waterville KS 66548
Artist: Ann Mann
According to Ann, this building, built in 1910, was transformed into a Victorian home away
from home to hunters, travelers and families. The pattern Flying Geese was chosen due to
the connection to the Mann's hunting operation, Kansas Hunting Adventures. Two quilt
patterns are displayed - one set flying north and one set flying south.
41.5'N39; 45'W96



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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Round Peg in Square Hole" Artist - Marge Wilson
"Fields of Night" Artist - Jim Wilson
Jim & Marge Wilson, 1441 Hwy 9, Blue Rapids KS 66411
(halfway between Blue Rapids and Frankfort on Hwy 9)
"Round Peg in Square Hole" was painted in admiration and homage to the
"round in the square" Blue Rapids town center. The black and gray quilt
block was named by Jim, "Fields of Night."
N39degrees40.890; W096degrees33.038




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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Dutch Rose"
Nancy Padgett, 894 Eagle Rd, Marysville KS 66508
This block is displayed on the family farm that has received the 100 year plaque from
the historical society about 20 years ago. This 4' x 4' block is cut out of steel, and also
includes Nancy's quilting business name.
Marshall Co., Oketo Twp Section 29-1-7 (SE corner)


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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Squash Blossom"
Emily Ford, 1847 Pheasant Rd, Frankfort KS 66427


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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Milky Way"
AJ-Schmitz Dairy Farm, Joe & Amy Schmitz, 2912 Limestone Road, Axtell, KS 66403
Joe and Amy purchased this farm from Joe's parents in 1994, and are raising their six
children on this family dairy farm where Joe was born and raised.
Read more about the family dairy farm history here . . .

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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Memorial Quilt"
Sunflower 4H Club in Memory of Donita Cohorst
CES Engineering Building on East Wall of Building Facing 11th Street
1102 Broadway, Marysville KS 66508

The quilt was made as a fair beautification project by the Sunflower 4H club. After Donita Cohorst passed of cancer, members thought it would be nice to hang it in her honor. It has been hung on the building owned by her husband Steve Cohorst. Steve has encouraged us to promote it, as Donita was a big believer in community events and a huge supporter of the local children.


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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Serenity of West Lone Elm"
Clayton & Tracy Saathoff, 861 Cherokee Rd, Marysville KS 66508
Artist: Barb Fredricks
This machine shed used as a garage and for storage is made from native lumber
milled from trees on the property. The building was rebuilt smaller after a
1993 tornado.



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MARSHALL COUNTY:
"Pinwheel Surprise"
Ron & Kathie Otney, 920 N 10th, Marysville KS 66508
Artist: Connie Larson
When the Otney's moved from Barnes to Marysville they moved this barn quilt
with them. Their Barnes property had been in the Otney Family for 28 years.
Ron  painted "Kelton Lee's Target" which remains at the Barnes property. Ron
won "Pinwheel Surprise" at the 2016 Spring Crank Up! Tractor Show barn quilt drawing in Alta Vista. That block was painted and donated by Connie Larson, president of Ag Heritage Park.

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