“Mill Wheel,” Owners, Craig and Sheri Wood, 1660 Fords Mill, Nonesuch, KY VC 37̊56’38.83”N-84̊44’42.40”W The Owners chose the Mill Wheel in honor of the grist mill that stood on their property. The foundation of it is still visible today to the left of the barn behind a clump of trees. It's close to Clear Creek.
Harrison County Quilt Barn
Ivy Hill Farm is part of the Upper Cumberland Quilt Trail and Paula Stover has two pieces of artwork on her barn—one is the “Eight-Point Star” and the other is the “Tree of Life.” These were the first two quilt-barn paintings in Overton County, TN.
The Ashe County Barn Quilt Project: Country Roads and Colorful “Quilts”
Star of Bethlehem, painted by Lyn Soeder on the barn owned by Ronnie Cooper, Fleetwood, NC
A red barn in need of repairs sports a colorful barn quilt. The name of this pattern is Carpenter's Wheel,but the family changed it slightly to "Oliver Wheel" because they have 6 vintage Oliver tractors and the farm is farmed with 8 Oliver Tractors.
Quilt Barn - Notes: Pattern: Red School House Photo by Martha Dougherty Location: Ohio exit South on Rt right on Rt 147 to Bethesda. At 4 way stop in Bethesda go south (left) on Rt 26 about 3 miles. Barn on right, pond on left. Belmont Co - OH