GINKGO TRIANGLE

July 26, 2015 by

John Samuels of Clinton, Horticultural Chief of the 1892 World’s Fair, brought ginkgo seedlings home to his West Clay Street residence when the great expo ended. The seedlings grew to maturety and a few still exist, making the ginkgo a species that is literally rooted in Hickman County History.

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With that in mind, I created this stylized ginkgo design as a quilt triangle on the garage at The Emma House, 308 South Washington Street, Clinton, Ky 42031.GinkgoGarageFull The design on the garage is facing Crume Street and can be viewed from that location..

Andy’s Design

May 9, 2015 by

Andy's barn quiltThis design was selected by Andy Whitlock as a birthday gift for his wife, Karen. These bright colors compliment the white outbuilding on their farm at 1425 Whitlock Road, Clinton, KY 42031. It is painted on fiberglass with outdoor acrylic paint by Dale Batts and Nancy Conn.

MeMe’s Sunbonnet Sue Girls

July 3, 2014 by

 

 

 

Motel on Sedona trip 109This barn quilt is at the Leslie and Brenda Whitlock  residence, 1097 Hickerson Road, Clinton, Ky, 42033. It is a birthday gift to Brenda from her daughter and son  in honor of her four granddaughters.

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IRISH DESIGN

April 29, 2014 by

SANYO DIGITAL CAMERATim and Connie O’Neal chose elements and colors from their Irish Family Crest and the history of their family name for the quilt on their special events cabin in back of their residence at 2385 State Route 307N, Clinton, Ky,  17842031. This four by four foot square is painted on fiberglass with outdoor acrylic paint by owner, Tim O’Neal. GPS coordinates: N36.68693 W88.86947

IRISH HERITAGE QUILT

April 29, 2014 by

SANYO DIGITAL CAMERASandra and Gerald O’Neal, 2431 State Route 307N, Clinton, Ky, 42031 have chosen 140 141elements and colors from their Irish Family Crest and the family name history for their four by four foot barn quilt. This square is on a large outbuilding  and was painted on fiberglass with outdoor acrylic paint by their son, Tim O’Neal. It can be viewed by driving a short distance into their north driveway GPS coordinates: N36.68741 W88.86947

TEAL RIBBON

September 24, 2013 by

ImageThe Teal Ribbon square at the home of Tony and Jodie Blalock, Murchison Road, Fulton, Ky 42041, is in honor of one of Jodie’s sisters who died from ovarian cancer. It was presented as a Christmas gift to them by Tony’s mom. The block is a four/four fiberglass square painted with exterior acrylic paint by Dale Batts and Nancy Conn. N36.56938`W88.89031`

RED & PINK

September 24, 2013 by

SANYO DIGITAL CAMERATimmy and Jennifer Blalock have a nice place to display their red and pink three dimentional square on their garage at 6700 St Rt 1529E, Water Valley, Ky 42085. This was a Christmas gift to them from Tim’s mom.  It is a four/four fiberglass square painted with exterior acrylic paint by Dale Batts and Nancy Conn. N36.58136`W88.85924`

CHICKEN

April 4, 2013 by

006 (2)007Jimmy and Tammy Westbrooks used a 5 x 5 piece of fiberglass board for the quilt block. Krylon fusion spray paint for plastic was used for the large areas and paint pens for the details on the large chicken. The small chicks were cut from adhesive-backed vinyl using the Cricut cutting machine and then adhered to each corner. It was then clear coated before hanging it on the barn. This quilt block can be seen at 1160 Wilkins Road, Clinton, KY.

SUNBONNET SUE

January 27, 2013 by

The design of a playful girl with a big bonnet can be traced back to illustrators who worked in the late 1800’s and early 20th century. This block is also located in the yard of the Hickman County Museum and was painted by Sheri Roberts, Danny Whitlock and Lynne Deweese.Muesuem Quilt  Sunbonnett Sue (3)

SILK STARS

January 27, 2013 by

SILK STAR

SILK STAR

This block was painted by Sheri Roberts, Danny Whitlock and Lynne Deweese, members of the Hickman County Arts Council. It is located beside the Hickman County Museum on East Clay Street, one block east of court square in Clinton, Ky, 42031. (One of two at this site.) GPS coordinates: N36 deg-40.024 W 88 deg-59.554.

Patterns came from book ‘Better Homes and Gardens New Edition Grandma’s Best Full Size Quilt Block’.


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