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The Barn Quilt trail continues to
grow, three years after the first barn
quiltwaserectedonWestMainRoad
inLeRoy. Herearea few thatyoucan
look for:
LatestBarnQuilts
“Nosegay” - Route 19, east side,
southofLeRoy.
“Airplanes”8219ParmeleeRoad -
This wonderful barn quilt is tucked
behind some trees on thegarageof
theSchickler familyat thebottomof
FortHill.Thepattern is fourpropeller
airplaneswith their tails centered in
themiddle.
“Grandma’sGarden”OneWest Av-
enue
- The Greens of LeRoy Senior
Living Community”. This traditional
pattern in pastel colors hangs in-
side the front doors of “TheGreens
of LeRoySenior LivingCommunity”.
Thebackgroundwaspaintedbysev-
eral residents of the communityun-
der theguidanceof Lori Longhani.
“Four Corners” 8903 Morganville
Road, StaffordNY -
This 4 x 4 quilt
was designedandpaintedbymem-
bersoftheStaffordHistoricalSociety
and isdisplayedon the south sideof
the Town Hall. A wonderful exhibit
about the history of the Town of
Stafford is open to the public Tues-
day,ThursdayandSunday2 to4.
9777 Bernd Road
-
This unusual
barnquilt is actuallyaphotographic
compilationof ahand-sewnquilt.
DillonRoad
-
Between South Street
Rd.andPerryRd.
Coming Soon at corner of 19 and
MainSt.
Kent family – 8369 Richmond
Road, Stafford, NY -
This colorful
pattern with a horse and chickens
wasaChristmasgift toBill’swife.
Morganville,Stafford,NY -
his pa-
triotic design is a tribute to Donna
Call’s husband, Doug Call, former
Genesee County Sheriff. It was de-
signedandpaintedby the family.
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