Barn quilts began as a way to honor a loved one with a gorgeous piece of folk art. In Adams County, Ohio, in 2001, Donna Sue Groves set out to honor her mother, Maxine, and her quilt art by painting a quilt block on her tobacco barn. The idea was a hit, and soon friends and neighbors wanted barn quilts of their own.
You now have the opportunity to paint your very own Barn Quilt, whether in honor of a loved one or just as a beautiful decoration for your home. In this class we will be painting a 30"x 12" Linear Pattern, Wooden Barn Quilt. You will have over 65 choices of colors and stains to choose from. This class will take about 3 hours to complete.
You can also choose instead to paint a 23" x 21-3/4" with scattered grooves. This beautiful heart would make a great door or porch hanger.
Class space is limited so please reserve your spot by purchasing class in advance.
For the safety of everyone, we will be social distancing and asking that everyone wears a mask throughout the entire class.