Neighboring Counties

Barn Blocks In Counties
Neighboring the Flint Hills

Our  "neighbor" counties are welcome to display their barn quilts on our website.
Some are referred to their local quilt trails as they become organized.



CLARK COUNTY:
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"Kansas Largest Barn Quilt"
Ashland, Kansas



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COFFEY COUNTY:
"Double Windmill"
Mary Anderson, 1113 27th Rd NW, Lebo KS 66856
Mary Anderson built this barn in 2008 on property that had
once belonged to her grandparents.
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COFFEY COUNTY:
"Prairie Star"
Ecton Farms, 150 Hwy 58 SW, Gridley KS 66852  (less than one mile from Greenwood County)
Artist: Crystal Ecton
The Ecton Family has made this property home since 2010, and added this
barn quilt to the machine shed early 2018 when the whole family posed
for the photo with pride!

COFFEY COUNTY:
Quilt Block/Lebo Library Barn Block Tour
Over 60 barn blocks on display
www.Facebook.com/Lebo.branch
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CRAWFORD COUNTY:
"Four Winds"
Leonard & Debra Brodbeck
251 E. 630 Ave, Girard KS 66743
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CRAWFORD COUNTY:
"Mariners Compass"
Dallas and Kayleigh Pulliam, 1292 S 120th St, Cherokee KS 66724
Artist: Rocky Acres Barn Quilts
The barn quilt is displayed on a shop constructed in 2018 on property the Pulliam's have called home for 4 1/2 years.




GLACIAL HILLS QUILT TRAIL:
http://www.tonganoxiehistoricalsociety.org/glacial-hills-quilt-trail.htm
Jefferson, Atchison, Douglas & Leavenworth Counties. Also including
Johnson County.
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LEAVENWORTH COUNTY:
"Farmer's Daughter," "Sunflower," & "Double Aster"
Artists: TCHS members – Jean Pearson, Lloyd Pearson, Janet Stuke, Janet Burnett, Kris Roberts, and Brenda Shaw.
Tonganoxie Community Historical Society, Tonganoxie, KS
Summer, 2017, the hay barn at Tonganoxie Community Historical Society (TCHS) museum took a new look. Travelers on highway 16 from McLouth can look south as they come to the intersection of 24-40 to see the new look. The blocks chosen for the TCHS barn have special meaning and symbolism to the historical society. The block on the east is the Farmer’s Daughter. This quilt block first appeared in print in the Kansas City Star on March 16, 1935. The barn on which the barn blocks hang was built in 1932, replacing the very large barn which had been built by Frank Fairchild at the turn of the century. That barn burned in 1928.  The centerpiece block is the Sunflower. The block on the far west is the Double Aster. For more information go to http://www.tonganoxiehistoricalsociety.org/glacial-hills-quilt-trail.htm

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JEFFERSON COUNTY:
David Taylor, 8998 US 59 Highway, Oskaloosa KS 66066


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"Grapes & Leaves" represents
the Winery and that they grow
their own product for the wine.

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"Kansas Sunflower"
represents the State of Kansas.

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"Our Cats" was painted
for all the Henderson cats,
past and present.

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"Hummingbird"
The Winery is host to
hummingbirds.

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JEFFERSON COUNTY:
"Grapes & Leaves, Kansas Sunflower, Hummingbirds and Our Cats"
Crooked Post Winery, Kevin & Lori Henderson, 7397 K92 Hwy, Ozawkie, KS 66070
The Henderson's built the winery in 2013, opened in 2014, on this property purchased
in 2011. The barn quilt blocks are displayed on the side patio and viewed from the road.
For hours and events visit www.CrookedPostWinery.com.
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JEFFERSON COUNTY:
"Starburst Sunset Over The Vineyard"
Jefferson Hill Vineyards & Guest House, 12381 Washington Road, McLouth KS 66054
Artist: Maxine Bryant
This farm was a dairy farm for 40 years. The Bryant's have owned the property
for 19 years and during that time have been transforming the property into a Kansas farm winery, bed and breakfast, and a agritourism destination.



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JOHNSON COUNTY:
"Kansas Star"
Jackie Jarvis, 604 W Lawrence, Spring Hill KS 66083
Jackie is a longarm quilter and known as the "wicked quilter."
A weather vane has been added above the barn quilt on the peak on the back side
of the house.

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LEAVENWORTH COUNTY:
"Hunters Star"
Christine Funk, 27333 243rd St., McLouth KS 66054





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MCPHERSON COUNTY:
"Grandmothers Daisy"
Glenda Golden, 118 W. Galle, Moundridge KS 67107
Glenda chose this design from one of two quilts handed down in her family.
The quilt was a wedding gift to her parents married in 1932.  Glenda's great
grandparents, Levi and Mary Christ, homesteaded in Ottawa County in 1878,
and have been documented to be Kansas Pioneers. This quilt block is to
honor them, and is displayed on the storage building.


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MCPHERSON COUNTY:
"Grandmother's Cabin"
Artists: Glenda Golden, Samara Leigh, Cheyenne and Jacob
Glenda Golden, 118 W. Galle, Moundridge KS 67107
Glenda chose this design, the second of two quilt blocks handed down in the family.
The quilt was used by Glenda's father when he was a young boy, born in 1898,
growing up in Ottawa County, Kansas.



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MCPHERSON COUNTY:
Karen Williams, 707 N Walnut, McPherson KS 



NEMAHA COUNTY:
“Grammys Christmas Barn Quilt 2019”
Artists: Stephanie Sperfslage, Jessica Draper, Tracey Feldkamp & Stacey Parks
Joe and Alice Sperfslage, 2070 160th Rd, Sabetha, KS 66534
The barn quilt, a gift from their children, is displayed on the implement shed built
in the early 80s.


NORTH CENTRAL/NORTHWEST KANSAS QUILT TRAIL:
http://www.snapshotsofakansasfarm.blogspot.com/p/north-central-kansas-barn-quilt-trail.html
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PHILLIPS COUNTY: (Northwest Kansas Quilt Trail)
Wyrill Farming, Jessica Wyrill, 1077 East Hwy 9, Kirwin KS

Logan Wall of Quilts
 
Kirwin Wall of Quilts



REPUBLIC COUNTY:


"Swedish Bloom"
Republic County Historical Society & Museum, 615 28th Street, Belleville KS 66935
Artist: Karen Lewis
The museum has been at this location since 1985. The barn on the museum grounds
originally belonged to the Arvid Larson Family, near Courtland.
The Larsons sold the barn to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freeman.
The Fremans donated the barn to the Republic County Historical Society, when it was moved
to the grounds in 2014 and the barn quilt was attached in 2017. The barn quilt is easily
seen from U. S. Highway 36 and a gravel road that never closes leads right to the barn.




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SALINE COUNTY:
Peterson Brothers, 10729 S Simpson Rd. Assaria KS



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SALINE COUNTY:
Margaret Anderes, 868 Solomon Road, Gypsum, KS


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SHERMAN COUNTY:
"School House"
Jarvis Home, 416 Broadway Ave, Goodland KS 67735
Artist: Jackie Jarvis
Jackie painted the School House block for her son, who is a teacher in
Sharon Springs.


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OSAGE COUNTY:
"Father's Choice"
Larry Elgin, 10642 W 149th St, Burlingame, KS 66413
The Elgin's have been on this farm since 1968.
New buildings were built in 2012 to replace the old ones
destroyed by the tornado that hit Harveyville.


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OSAGE COUNTY:
"Flag"
Larry Elgin, 10642 W 149th St, Burlingame, KS 66413
The Elgin's have been on this farm since 1968.
New buildings were built in 2012 to replace the old ones
destroyed by the tornado that hit Harveyville.

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OSAGE COUNTY:
"Variable Star Pinwheel"
Larry Elgin, 10642 W 149th St, Burlingame KS 66413
In 2012 this machine shop replaced one that was destroyed in the
Harveyville tornado.

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OSAGE COUNTY:
Ray Fisher, 2103 Rd 340 (Hwy 56) Reading KS 66868



KANSAS SUNFLOWER QUILT TRAIL:
Includes but not limited to  Barber, Comanche, Cowley, Harper, Kingman, Kiowa, Pratt, & Sumner Counties in South Central Kansas. Contact Dollie Mathes, Office Assistant, Sunflower RC&D Area, Inc. at phone:  620-896-7378 or e-mail: dollie@sunflowerrcd.com.
http://www.wellingtonkschamber.com/barn-quilt-trail-sumner-county


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SUMNER COUNTY:
"Sunflower"
Vivian & LaVerne Lawless
1502 E 130th Ave N, Mulvane KS 67110



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SUMNER COUNTY:
"Spools"
Donna Horton, 1875 Greenwich Rd, Geuda Springs KS 67051
Artist: Sarah J. Long
This property has belonged to the Horton family, Sarah's parents, since they were
married in 1956. Prior to that it belonged to Sarah's Father's great aunts family -
the Cochran's.



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SUMNER COUNTY:
"Pinwheel"
McConnell Dozer Service, Virginia McConnell, 1443 S Prairie Road, South Haven KS 67140
This building serves as the workshop for the McConnell Dozer Service, which Bud has
operated since 1947. Built 15 years ago, the building is part of the property that has been
in the family for 60 years. The building was lifted off the foundation several years ago by
a tornado that went through unincorporated Portland KS.



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SUMNER COUNTY:
"Nancy's Fan"
Deanna and Rick Houser, 302 E Oliver St, Oxford KS 67119
Artists: Deanna & Ally Houser
This barn quilt may be viewed from N. Nichigan Street where the barn quilt is hung
on the garage. Rick and Deanna are the first of three generations of Housers residin
in Oxford.
GPS Coordinates: 37.27 6034, -97.16 6324


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SUMNER COUNTY:
"Star Spin"
Paula Nulik, 1119 E 50th Ave N, Belle Plaine KS 67013


BARN QUILTS OF WILSON COUNTY:
https://www.facebook.com/Barn-Quilts-of-Wilson-County-Kansas-1218074614971498/


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WILSON COUNTY:
"Underground Railroad" patterns
Fredonia Arts Council & Wilson County Old Iron Club
Artists: Fredonia and Neodesha School District students
Barn Quilts of Wilson County:
https://www.facebook.com/Barn-Quilts-of-Wilson-County-Kansas-1218074614971498/

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WILSON COUNTY:
Fredonia Arts Council Stone House Art Gallery, 320 N 7th St, Fredonia KS
https://www.facebook.com/Barn-Quilts-of-Wilson-County-Kansas-1218074614971498/




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RENO COUNTY:
"Americana Star, Farmer's Daughter & Harvest Star"
Pamela Rogers, 1616 E Longview Rd, Hutchinson KS 67501
Pamela visited the KSFHQT booth at the Women Managing the Farm Conference
in Manhattan, February 2016, where she gathered how-to information on making
a barn quilt. She went home to paint a 4' x 4' "American Star" displayed on their
shop. She also painted a 3' x 3' "Farmer's Daughter" and a 2' x 2' "Harvest Star"
that hangs on the house front.
GPS Coordinates: 37.57 21; -97.53 55 






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The Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail - 22 Scenic Counties
The Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail encompasses the 22-county area as promoted by the Kansas Flint Hills Tourism Coalition, Inc. The Kansas counties included in the Flint Hills are Washington, Marshall, Clay, Riley, Pottawatomie, Jackson, Dickinson, Geary, Wabaunsee, Shawnee, Morris, Marion, Chase, Lyon, Harvey, Sedgwick, Butler, Greenwood, Woodson, Elk, Cowley and Chautauqua.

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