Calloway County Quilt Trail

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Murray Woman’s Club 704 Vine St Murray  4x4 Double Wedding Ring
The Murray Woman’s Club was organized in 1907. Today, it strives  to meet the values and ideals set out by the original club women.  Their beautiful clubhouse on Vine is the location for many weddings, parties and meetings.  The Wedding Ring pattern was chosen to honor the couples who have and still use the Clubhouse for their nuptials since the 1920s.

Murray Woman’s Club 704 Vine St Murray  4x4 Double Wedding Ring

The Murray Woman’s Club was organized in 1907. Today, it strives  to meet the values and ideals set out by the original club women.  Their beautiful clubhouse on Vine is the location for many weddings, parties and meetings.  The Wedding Ring pattern was chosen to honor the couples who have and still use the Clubhouse for their nuptials since the 1920s.

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Kelly Farms 4518 Van Cleave Rd Murray  8x8 Shamrock
 Joetta fondly remembers searching her backyard for four leaf clovers with her daddy when she was a child. She painted this colorful shamrock as a gift for her husband Jim. The four leaf clover represents their Irish heritage and is used as the logo for Kelly  Farms making it the perfect choice for their “working” tobacco barn.

Kelly Farms 4518 Van Cleave Rd Murray  8x8 Shamrock

 Joetta fondly remembers searching her backyard for four leaf clovers with her daddy when she was a child. She painted this colorful shamrock as a gift for her husband Jim. The four leaf clover represents their Irish heritage and is used as the logo for Kelly  Farms making it the perfect choice for their “working” tobacco barn.

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Lough 105 Hickory Murray Ky  4x4 Tulip
This quilt square was only part of the birthday surprise for Posy Lough from her son, Kyser.  There is also a quilt made of this tulip pattern.  Her husband, Tom and sister, Ceil  Humphreys orchestrated and then assembled the more than 200 hand colored squares collected from her friends from all over the country.
 

Lough 105 Hickory Murray Ky  4x4 Tulip

This quilt square was only part of the birthday surprise for Posy Lough from her son, Kyser.  There is also a quilt made of this tulip pattern.  Her husband, Tom and sister, Ceil  Humphreys orchestrated and then assembled the more than 200 hand colored squares collected from her friends from all over the country.

 

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Hobbs 5008 Roosevelt Rd Dexter  4x4 Hopes and Dreams, Sacred Heart

These beautiful barn quilts were hand painted by Roy Hobbs.   Hopefully we will see more of his interesting patterns on our trail.

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Schroader  2443 Murray-Paris Rd Murray  4x4 September Sun
This beautifully detailed free standing quilt square was designed and  hand painted by Teresa Schroader.   

Schroader  2443 Murray-Paris Rd Murray  4x4 September Sun

This beautifully detailed free standing quilt square was designed and  hand painted by Teresa Schroader.   

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Salazar 156 Wedgewood Drive New Concord  4x4 Road to Oklahoma
This square was a surprise gift to Kathy’s husband Chris who is the world’s biggest Oklahoma Universty fan and collects all things in crimson and cream that represent his school.  It took him one day to get it hung on the side of their home.   I think he liked it.   

Salazar 156 Wedgewood Drive New Concord  4x4 Road to Oklahoma

This square was a surprise gift to Kathy’s husband Chris who is the world’s biggest Oklahoma Universty fan and collects all things in crimson and cream that represent his school.  It took him one day to get it hung on the side of their home.   I think he liked it.   

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Adams  974 Murray-Paris Road, Murray   8x8 Sunflower

You may need to pull into the drive and walk around the back of garage to see this beautiful, colorful Sunflower on the barn at the back of the property.  They sure have  great view of it from their back deck.   This barn quilt was a Christmas gift from their 3 granddaughters in memory of their Uncle Reese. It sure looks perfect on that old red barn.

Adams  974 Murray-Paris Road, Murray   8x8 Sunflower

You may need to pull into the drive and walk around the back of garage to see this beautiful, colorful Sunflower on the barn at the back of the property.  They sure have  great view of it from their back deck.   This barn quilt was a Christmas gift from their 3 granddaughters in memory of their Uncle Reese. It sure looks perfect on that old red barn.

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Mc Keel  332 Neale Trail Murray    8X8 God and Country
This beautiful pattern was chosen by the Mc Keel family after a wide internet search. 

Mc Keel  332 Neale Trail Murray    8X8 God and Country

This beautiful pattern was chosen by the Mc Keel family after a wide internet search. 

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*Unfortunately, the Original Butterworth barn (top picture) was hit by lightening and burned to theground in September 2012. They have now replaced both the barn and the quilt square. While the new barn is shorter and the BQ a little different- we are very happy to have this landmark back on our trail.

Butterworth  4497 94W Murray    RWB Patriotic  8x8

In 1996, the Butterworth’s built their home behind a dark fired tobacco barn which had been on their farm for many years. They had planned to move the barn to another location, but the barn stayed.  The doors were widened to allow the driveway to run through it.  The barn houses some old farm tools and is now the main entrance to their home.  They kept an American flag on the front of the barn until they decided to replace it with a patriotic design quilt square.

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Evans  201 Brindlewood Drive,  Murray  2 4x4’s Star of the Bluegrass

These two squares were chosen by the Evans family to hang on their pool house wall.  They chose the pattern for the name as they love Kentucky. The colors were chosen to compliment the colors of their lovely home.  Note the reversal of colors in the two.  This happens to be the next door neighbor to the Penner’s Mother’s Fancy. 

Evans  201 Brindlewood Drive,  Murray  2 4x4’s Star of the Bluegrass

These two squares were chosen by the Evans family to hang on their pool house wall.  They chose the pattern for the name as they love Kentucky. The colors were chosen to compliment the colors of their lovely home.  Note the reversal of colors in the two.  This happens to be the next door neighbor to the Penner’s Mother’s Fancy.