Riley, Sedgwick, Shawnee Coungies




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RILEY COUNTY:
"Flying Geese"
Sue & Galen Hageman
8440 Alembic Road, Riley, KS 66531


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Marcia's Spinning Star"
Sue & Galen Hageman
8440 Alembic Road, Riley, KS 66531
Sue won the 2013 Accu-Quilt Barn Quilt Contest
with her Spinning Star pattern. A 17-foot rendition is
on display at the Accu-Quilt headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska.
Sue's Spinning Star block has also assumed the logo choice for

The Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail.

(Sue serves on the Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail committee, promoting

barn quilt blocks throughout the 22 counties of the Flint Hills. Sue is a

barn quilt block artist extraordinaire, and teaches barn quilt block 101 classes.)



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Lancaster Rose"
Lazy T Ranch
Ron & Chris Wilson, 2103 Zeandale Rd, Manhattan, KS 66502
The Lazy T Ranch has been in the current family for 45 years, with the
barn built in the 1860's. The Enoch Person Barn & Granary are on the
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RILEY COUNTY:
"Rooster"
Lazy T Ranch
Ron & Chris Wilson, 2103 Zeandale Rd, Manhattan KS 66502
The "Rooster" barn block was purchased by the Wilson's as part of a fundraiser
for the Round Barn restoration project at the Pottawatomie County Fairgrounds.
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RILEY COUNTY:
"Corn & Beans"
Erma Leuthold,  2841 W 32nd Ave, Manhattan KS 66502
Located in the Ashland Bottoms community surrounded by Konza prairie.
"The block is dedicated to all the farmers and ranchers who put food on our tables every day"
The block was designed and made by Sue Shirley-Hageman of Riley, KS
Ginger Biesenthal chose the block named corn and beans because that is two of the primary
crops grown in the area.
Mark Leuthold picked the colors - John Deere green and yellow - the brand of tractors
that have been a long family tradition.
Erma Leuthold, Mark's mother, is the proud recipient of this block. Stop by and visit, she will
proudly tell you the history of the community and the amazing people living there.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Texas Bluebonnet"
Lois & Jim Currie, 2800 S 20th, Manhattan KS 66502
Lois says, "We were winter Texans for 15 years and I liked the
Texas Bluebonnets. They were blooming along the roads and were so beautiful
on our way home.
The Currie farm has been in the family for 62 years.
This building was built to store grain about 1900.

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RILEY COUNTY:
"Carpenter's Wheel"
Nelson's Landing, Kim Nelson; painted by Sue Hageman
107 N Erpelding, Leonardville, KS 66449
Nelson's Landing Restaurant & Bar has been open for 6 years.
The building was previously a hardware store for years.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Harvest Star"
Leonardville Nursing Home, painted by Sue Hageman
409 W Barton, Leonardville KS 66449


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Sunflower Swoon"
Nelson Angus Farms, Mike & Becky Nelson, Artist, Sue Hageman
11390 Walnut Creek Rd, Leonardville, KS 66449
The Nelson barn was built pre-1900's as a horse barn with hayloft.
Currently the barn is a working facility for livestock.
The Nelson home, for the past 9 years, was built around 1920.

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RILEY COUNTY:
"Square On Square Cross"
Darrel Altwegg, 3041 W 69th Ave, Manhattan KS 66502
  


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Double Dutch Aster"
Bernis Parker, 3120 South 20th, Manhattan KS 66502
Artists: Ruth & Doug Parker
The Parker farm has been in the family 87 years.
Bernis adds, "During the 1951 flood the water was waist deep;
the chickens were in top of the coops and the livestock in the barn loft.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Pinwheel"
Doug & Ruth Parker, 2800 W 40th Ave, Manhattan, KS 66502
The Parker Family has lived in the Ashland Bottoms area for 87 years.
This property has been in the family 2 years. The metal building was originally a
chicken coop, and then an airplane hanger, built by Jerry Longren.
Bernis Parker's larger quilt block is on her farm about a mile north and east.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Christmas Star"
Marjorie Anderson, 21831 Liberty Lane, Waterville, KS 66548
The farm has been in the Anderson Family since 1905.
Six generations have been involved in the farm.
Leonard (deceased) and Marjorie have lived on the farm since 1945,
and their son, Wendell, farms it. Wendell's wife, Brenda, built and
painted the barn quilt. The 1910 numerals were made and put on the barn by Leonard
many years ago, and now were placed on the quilt.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Shoofly"
Larry Dettmer, 120 S Erpelding, Leonardville KS 66449
Sue Hageman, Artist
This building was built in the early 1830's, and served
as an IH dealership from 1959-1973. Currently the
building is used to restore old tractors.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Mariners Compass"
Barb Lutjemeier & Joe Hodson, 5608 High Meadow Circle, Manhattan KS
Artist: Sue Hageman



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Pinwheel"
Deanna Selby, 3930 S 24th St, Manhattan, KS 66502
Artists: Douglas and Ruth Parker and Jen Smith
(Come by way of the corner of 40th St & 24th St.
On back side of building)
This property has been in the current family for 87 years.
In the 40's a log cabin existed on this property, burning
down around the time of WWII. An ancestor of
Les Caroll was to have lived there.




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RILEY COUNTY:
"Designer Star"
Betty Peters, 207 E Barton, Leonardville KS 66449
Artist: Sue Hageman
Betty writes she is proud to have a barn block on this building due to
its history over the years, and that she has put together and hand quilted
many quilts -  the art ties it all together. Betty's husband was a house
builder for years, and during retirement handcrafted furniture. He shared
his talents with a young man that was willing to learn handcrafting
furniture, and eventually the house building trade from Mr. Peters. Betty
is proud this young man that learned from her husband went on to own
his own construction company, as well as doing cabinetry and furniture
crafting. This garage, the Peter's former furniture show room, was built in
1985 over the swimming pool location of the '70s.

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RILEY COUNTY:
"Harvest Time"
Jim and Evadne Olson, 104 S Nevada, Leonardville KS 66449



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Harvest Star"
Blueville Nursery, 4539 Anderson Ave, Manhattan KS 66503
Artist: Sue Hageman
Blueville Nursery is the largest Garden Center/Nursery in Manhattan. Blueville has been
in existence for 83 years; the Westervelt Family since 1962. Blueville sets on 42 acres
and has seven divisions that include the Garden Store, Landscape, Irrigation, Nursery
and Growing, Ft. Riley, Maintenance and Administration.



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Ruby's Quilt"
Eric and Tina Seward, 12101 Alembic Rd, Leonardville KS 66449
Artist: Sue Hageman
This barn was built in 1893. The barn quilt design is taken from a quilt in the
Johnson Family, the original homesteaders of the property.




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RILEY COUNTY:
"Flint Hills Windmills" (lodge) and "Cross Kaleidoscope" (house)
Scenic Valley Inn, 610 South Scenic Dr, Manhattan KS 66503
Diana and Paul Nickel
Artist: Sue Hageman
www.scenicvalleyinn.com
Located in the Eureka Valley area of the Flint Hills Paul and Diana found the property in Dec. 2000, purchased in October 2001. We were general contractors and stained, painted or varnished all the logs and trim.
Our son, Brian was on the construction crew. He designed the fireplace mantle and surround, the corbels in the loft area on the 2nd floor, and also constructed our family room with hand hewn posts and beams. He now resides in Kansas City with daughter-in-law Melissa (Goodyear) Nickel and two granddaughters, Kate and Molly. Oldest son, Jason, has his own graphic design business in Denver, Colorado. He created and maintains our web-site,www.scenicvalleyinn.com. Our daughter, Juliana, started as a" junior inn-keeper" at the age of 15, in March of 2004, when we opened Scenic Valley Inn Bed and Breakfast. We are celebrating our 10th year of business by placing our two quilts up in April 2014.
The lodge was originally built to store all the lumber for building our log home in 2003. We then
finished the loft kitchen and dining area Nov. 2004 for son's rehearsal dinner. Always intended to be an event center for youth groups, barn dances, corporate retreats, etc. For over 6 1/2 years has been used for Christ The Redeemer Church every Sunday.We do other events
such as Wedding Receptions, Corporate Meetings, Family Reunions, Kansas Flint Hills Barn Quilt Trail Meeting April 5, 2014 ! Ft. Riley Hail and Farewell events, Chaplains' Retreats, Marriage Seminars and 
Adoption Training Seminars. 




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RILEY COUNTY:
"American Flag Pride"
Gary & Ruby Sylvester, 9429 Alembic Rd, Leonardville, KS 66449
Artist: Sue Hageman



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Meadowlark"
Michael & Gabrielle Hamler, 5262 Anderson Ave, Manhattan KS 66503
Artist: Sue Shirley Hageman
This building was builtin the 1950's, originally as a corn crib, now used for a horse barn
and hay storage. The barn sets in front of an original stone fence, and according to the neighbors
is located on the bed of the old abandoned county road, before Anderson Ave. was constructed
and paved.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Red, White & Blue Welcome"
Pfaff Service LLC, 13700 Tuttle Creek Blvd, Randolph KS 66554
Artist: Connie Larson
This block welcomes visitors and locals to Randolph.
Pfaff's Service offers storage containers that are wind and rain proof, either 20' or 40' sizes.
To rent or buy call 785-944-4444.



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RILEY COUNTY:
"LeMoyne Star
Carol Dornberger, 16433 Madison Road, Riley KS 66531
Artist: Sue Hageman
This early 1900's building was built to store grain, and is used today for storage.



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Nancy's Fancy," "Tennessee Compass" & "Spinning Star"
Wayne & Romelle VanSickle, 16171 Madison Rd, Riley KS 66531
The VanSickle's have owned this farm since 1943; Wayne and Romelle moved
there in 1971. "My Grandmother Wilt and aunt, Uva Nordstrom were wonderful
quilters, but I prefer to use paint," says Romelle.



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Double Dutch Windmill"
Jerry & Sue Ludwig, 5180 Deep Creek Road, Manhattan KS 66502
The Ludwig's are retired school teachers from Indiana, and purchased this 138 acre
farm in 1990. The barn was a six stall barn for working horses with a hay loft above
the stalls. The hay carrier track was used in hanging the barn quilt.



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Variation of Fireworks"
Designed by Jean Johnson & Painted by Carol Benninga
Edward & Jean Johnson Farm, 10240 Barton Rd, Leonardville KS 66449
This farm has been in the Johnson Family since 1928.
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 RILEY COUNTY:
"Friendship Star"
Artist:  Jean Johnson
Edward & Jean Johnson Farm, 10240 Barton Rd, Leonardville KS 66449
This barn was on the property when Ed's parents purchased the farm in 1928.



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RILEY COUNTY:
Sharrie Peterson, 3522 Kitten Creek Rd, Manhattan KS 66503

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RILEY COUNTY:
Keats United Methodist Church, Keats, KS
Artist: Cindy Zimmerman


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Aeroplain"
Ruth & Charles Hall, 7100 Tuttle Creek Blvd, Manhattan KS 66502
The Hall's built the entrance gate in 1977, when they purchased the property.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Sharp's Spinner" & "Patriotic Pinwheel"
Sharp's Short Stop, 118 W Randolph St, Randolph KS 66554
Artist: Connie Larson
Sharp's is locally owned and known as "your hometown general store," offering a
variety of services to locals, as well as visitors traveling by on Highway 77. Besides
fuel, Sharp's offers sporting goods, including baits and licenses, also groceries,
hardware and gift items.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Harvest Star"
Mandy and Dustan Ridder, 5861 Eureka Dr, Manhattan KS 66503
Artist: Sue Hageman




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RILEY COUNTY:
"Early Riser"
Mary Mertz, 7280 Zeandale Road, Manhattan KS 66502
Artist: Paula Jackson
Abner Allen moved here in 1856. It is believed he built the small limestone building to live in while his
bigger residence was being built. It was then used as the very first area school house in the county
for a few years until a district school was built.



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Carpenter's Wheel"
Buss Angus Farm, Gary & JoDee Buss, 9975 Country Rd, Leonardville KS 66449
This property has been in the Buss Family for 80 years. This barn, built in the early
1900's, is wood frame, sided with red tin in 2013. The wood in this barn was originally
part of the Kansas City Livery Stable. It was disassembled in Kansas City, floated
down the Kansas River to Manhattan on a boat, then local farmers brought the wood
north approximately 20 miles on wagons and reassembled the barn at its current
location.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Country Life"
Vinduska Farm, Janet Vinduska, 10221 Jerusalem Rd, Randolph KS 66554
Janet has painted 11 barn quilts that are displayed throughout the drive down their lane,
including 3 pallet stars and stripes. The Vinduska's have been married 46 years and are
thankful to preserve the farm for future generations. Janet adds the following:
The barn was used for barn dances, hay storage, and milking cows. When my dad was young he would play his accordion with others to form the band for the barn dances. He liked to play Little Brown Jug on the accordion.
Limestone rock is the bottom and Cyprus wood is the top and we covered it with tin as we wanted to preserve the barn as the wood was deteriorating. My great granddad and granddad built the barn with horses. 
I helped my dad put hay up in the barn back in the 60's. My great grandparents lived in a cellar until another house was built in which the cows and hogs lived on the bottom while they built the house we live in now. It has 1907 on it. It is 2 story, all limestone with a full size attic built on solid rock. The horse barn has 1898 on it all limestone. My grandma and grandpa Richter finished the house.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Sunflower Dresden Fan"
Community Center, 118 NE Erpelding, Leonardville KS 66449
Artist: Sue Hageman


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Foxy Grandpa"
Ralph Larson, corner of Homestead & 14800 Road W, Riley KS 66531
Artist: Sue Hageman


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Harvest Star"
Roy Larson, 10551 Alembic Rd, Leonardville KS 66449
Artist: Sue Hageman



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Prairie Heart"
Prairie Heart Fitness, 101 Front Street, Randolph KS 66554
Artist: Connie Larson
This block is displayed on a block building built in 1959, and previously has been
a local cafe. Prairie Heart Fitness offers individual and group training by Tina Gassen, certified
trainer. Micro-Gym is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1:00 p.m. to
8:00 p.m. A variety of group classes, including Flexibility/Strength, Aerobics/Cardio,
and Yoga, are offered on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Call 785-370-0467 for
more schedule and class details. All classes and the use of the micro-gym is $3.00.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"Fairview Cross Star"
Fairview Church, 12380 Fairview Church Rd, Riley KS
Artist: Sue Hageman
The Fairview Church was established in 1874 and the church was built in 1882. The Sunday
services were all spoken in German until 1920. The church is currently part of the Riley/Fairview
Parish. Sue painted the block as a memorial in memory of Fern Hageman.
For more church history visit the website:



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Sunflower"
Donna and Scott Crosby, 1339 Ady Dr, Manhattan KS 66503
The barn quilt may be viewed going south on Ady Dr.



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Powercat Mariners Compass"
Mark & Shanna Laurie, 5110 Tuttle Cove Rd, Manhattan KS 66502
Artist: Sue Hageman
The Laurie's have made their home on this location for 25 years.



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RILEY COUNTY:
"Prized Possession"
Steve & Michelle Pralle, 308 E Cleburne, Riley KS 66554
Artist: Connie Larson
The Pralle's have been at this location in Randolph for 28 years. This storage building
was built in 1989.


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RILEY COUNTY:
"16-Point Country Star"
Warren and Gleora Strauss, 10221 Green Randolph Road, Randolph KS 66554
Artist: Michelle Parker & Family
This building, owned by the Strauss Family since 1947, was built in the late 1800's.
It was originally used to house work horses in the lower part and the upper part was
used to store hay. The lower part is now used for working and caring for cattle as
needed. The lower part is constructed with native stone and the upper part is wood
construction. In 2014 the barn was remodeled with new roof, siding, doors and
windows. The lower native stone walls were also retucked. The quilt was designed
by the Strauss's daughter and family.





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This block is being relocated so
temporarily not available for
viewing.





SEDGWICK COUNTY:
"Peterson Family Quilt"
Peterson Elementary, 9710 W. Central, Wichita KS
Artists: 5th Grade, Erin Dowell, Peterson Elementary Art Educator
This block is viewed in the Prairie Courtyard, with plans to move to the front
of the school building when a series of blocks is finished.
To view barn quilt in the Prairie Courtyard, check in at the school office,
providing drivers license ID.
More history to come.

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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
"Ohio Star & Fancy Flowers"
Karen Funcheon, 6020 Flagstaff St, BelAire KS 67220
The Funcheon family has lived in their home for 20 years. Living in the city Karen
calls these "fence quilts," and hopes more city people will enjoy the barn quilt art.

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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
"Americana, Double Aster, Early Riser, Ohio Star, Lemoyne Star & Americana Star"
Nancy Lowe, 305 S Volutsia, Wichita KS 67211
This 1865 home has history, possibly having been a blacksmith's home and business.
The blocks are displayed around the home.



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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
Geno's B B Q, 140 S. Oliver, Kechi KS 67147

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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
Kechi Quilt Impressions, 118 E Kechi Rd, Kechi KS 67147



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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
Cindy's Quilts and More, 128 west Kechi Rd,  Kechi KS 67147
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Antique quilt
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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
"Wedding Ring"
Artists: Deborah & Raymond Perry
Raymond Perry, 1318 Warren Ave, Derby KS 67037
This 12 x 16 barn was built in 2018 on property that has been in the family for
30 years. 
Raymond writes, "The design was taken from a quilt made by Waunita Bowes of
Paola, Kansas. The year the quilt was made is unknown, but the quilt was given to
Waunita's granddaughter, Deborah Perry in the mid 70's as a keepsake. Deborah
wanted to design a barn quilt block to be added to the Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail in
May 2018. We worked on the design and I had it ready to paint in late June 2018.
Deborah had been fighting cancer for six years and she was doing ok. She wanted
to paint the block herself but in mid October things began to go wrong. I told
Deborah I would paint the block and have it completed by Christmas.
On November 20 Deborah passed. I worked on the block and completed
painting by Christmas. I installed the block on the barn on January 6, 2019."



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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
Kechi Small Engine Repair Shop, 154 N. Oliver St, Kechi, KS


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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
3550 45th St. North, Wichita, KS



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SEDGWICK COUNTY:

4016 Edinburg Cr, Bel Aire, KS


SEDGWICK COUNTY:
"Peterson Family Quilt"
Peterson Elementary, 9710 W. Central, Wichita KS
Artists: 5th Grade, Erin Dowell, Peterson Elementary Art Educator
This block is viewed in the Prairie Courtyard, with plans to move to the front
of the school building when a series of blocks is finished.
To view barn quilt in the Prairie Courtyard, check in at the school office,
providing drivers license ID.
More history to come.

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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
"Ohio Star & Fancy Flowers"
Karen Funcheon, 6020 Flagstaff St, BelAire KS 67220
The Funcheon family has lived in their home for 20 years. Living in the city Karen
calls these "fence quilts," and hopes more city people will enjoy the barn quilt art.

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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
"Americana, Double Aster, Early Riser, Ohio Star, Lemoyne Star & Americana Star"
Nancy Lowe, 305 S Volutsia, Wichita KS 67211
This 1865 home has history, possibly having been a blacksmith's home and business.
The blocks are displayed around the home.



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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
Geno's B B Q, 140 S. Oliver, Kechi KS 67147

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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
Kechi Quilt Impressions, 118 E Kechi Rd, Kechi KS 67147



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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
Cindy's Quilts and More, 128 west Kechi Rd,  Kechi KS 67147
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Antique quilt
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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
"Wedding Ring"
Artists: Deborah & Raymond Perry
Raymond Perry, 1318 Warren Ave, Derby KS 67037
This 12 x 16 barn was built in 2018 on property that has been in the family for
30 years. 
Raymond writes, "The design was taken from a quilt made by Waunita Bowes of
Paola, Kansas. The year the quilt was made is unknown, but the quilt was given to
Waunita's granddaughter, Deborah Perry in the mid 70's as a keepsake. Deborah
wanted to design a barn quilt block to be added to the Kansas Flint Hills Quilt Trail in
May 2018. We worked on the design and I had it ready to paint in late June 2018.
Deborah had been fighting cancer for six years and she was doing ok. She wanted
to paint the block herself but in mid October things began to go wrong. I told
Deborah I would paint the block and have it completed by Christmas.
On November 20 Deborah passed. I worked on the block and completed
painting by Christmas. I installed the block on the barn on January 6, 2019."



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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
Kechi Small Engine Repair Shop, 154 N. Oliver St, Kechi, KS


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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
3550 45th St. North, Wichita, KS



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SEDGWICK COUNTY:
4016 Edinburg Cr, Bel Aire, KS




SEDGWICK COUNTY:

Chisholm Creek Farms, Devin & Lisa Duerksen, 3204 E 77th St N, Kechi, KS 67147
This farm has been in the family for 115 year. Frances Miller's parents owned it and then split it to their
kids. Frances and her husband Blaine farmed it for many years. Upon their passing they willed their part to their oldest daughter Alice. Her children Calvin and Lisa have grown up on the farm helping
out. Lisa's son Devin now lives on the farm and manages the farm as a second job. The family still all help to keep everything going. Devin uses most of his great grandpa's original equipment, adding other pieces. There are many farm pets from cats, dogs, donkeys and chickens. The building was originally used as a grainery, and now is used for storage, such as straw bales.



















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SHAWNEE COUNTY:
"Carpenters Wheel"
4328 NE Meriden Rd, Topeka KS 66617
Artists: Richard & Sheryl Lux
This barn was built in 1930, as a milk barn and hay storage barn.
Richard and Sheryl Lux bought the property in July, 1993, and hung the
Carpenters Wheel barn quilt in January, 2011, also commemorating
the 150th anniversary of Kansas statehood.
The property changed ownership in 2015.


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SHAWNEE COUNTY:
"Spirit of the Prairie"
Mission Valley Ranch, 11345 SW Hwy K-4, Topeka KS 66614
Artist: Chuck Heigert
This ranch has been in the Hogue family since 1957. The original
homestead milking/cattle barn made of wood and stone was moved
off its foundation in a Kansas tornado. After it was determined that it
was not safe, it was torn down. This modern metal barn was built in
a more convenient location in the mid-70's.

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"Prairie Wind"
Mission Valley Ranch, 11345 SW Hwy K-4, Topeka KS 66614
Kathleen Hogue designed and painted the quilt block that is displayed at the Mission
Valley Ranch Headquarters,



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SHAWNEE COUNTY:
"Country Star Flag" & "Sunflower"
Jim and Judy Curtis, 6407 SW 10th Ave, Topeka KS 66615
The "Country Star Flag" block is on the garage, built in 1990, on property that has been
in the Curtis Family for 29 years. The "Sunflower" quilt block is on the garage built
in 2014.




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SHAWNEE COUNTY:
"Labyrinth"
Cedar Lane Farm, Craig and Renae Hansen, 4448 S. E. 105th St., Berryton KS 66409
According to Renae, "My parents, John and Linda Grame, bought the farm in 1967 from the Hills.
We purchased it from my mother in 2012. The barn has four stalls in it that were used for milk cows and hay was put up in the hayloft. some of the existing equipment for putting the hay up is still in the barn. My father used it as a farrowing house for his hog operation for a while. My husband and I have created stairs to the loft and added an extensive lighting system and cleaned it out really nicely. We have been using it for family gatherings and my husband uses it to create wooden bowls on a laythe. The original building is made out of wood. The support beams are tree trunks and at least part of the wood came from an old box car."
Renae adds, "I originally chose this pattern because I thought it was striking and also I have a passion for renewable energy and I thought the square with in the Square looked a little bit like an old-fashioned Dutch windmill. Additionally the lines going from point to point looks like a cross and they were symbols of our family Christian heritage in the Lutheran Church. We chose purple and white as prominent colors because of our K State alumni status. We also chose the forest green because lining the driveway of the farm are large old cedar trees. My father named the farm Cedar Lane Farm back in the 60's when my parents purchased it. The two brown or tan colors I chose because they blended well with the barn.


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SHAWNEE COUNTY:
"Wildcat Pride"
Danny & Gayla Ketron, 5021 NE Indian Creek Rd, Topeka KS 66617
Artist: Connie Larson


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SHAWNEE COUNTY:
"Kansas Double Aster"
Lyn Huffaker and Craig Cowley, 6514 SW 61st Street, Topeka KS 66610
Artist: Sue Hageman
This barn quilt is displayed on a steel building that was built in 2012 for
farm storage and vehicles. The 8' x 8' barn quilt was part of the Kansas
Flint Hills Quilt Trail exhibit at the Great Overland Station in Topeka during
the spring of 2016.



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"8-point star variation"
Visible from Highway 40


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"Maple Leaf"
Visible from Highway 40

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Visible on the back of the barn
from Tecumseh Rd
SHAWNEE COUNTY:
"8-Point Star Variation & Maple Leaf"
Kent and Kelly Wingerson, 606 SE Tecumseh Rd Tecumseh KS 66542
Having owned this property for 35 years the Wingerson's are located .5 mile from the
Oregon Trail. The property has a well that was used by travelers during the migration. 
Jessie James camped in our yard on his travels. The property is located at the corner
of Highway 40 and Tecumseh Road.
GPS Coordinates: 39 degrees 2 minute 39 seconds; N 95 degrees 34 minutes 56 seconds W









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