These pictures show the lowest and highest painted quilts in Morgan County. The first is only inches from the ground.
It's in front of a hair salon.
This next one is at the TOP of the elevator in town. I wish I'd taken pictures of the tallest structure in the downtown area, but it didn't occur to me to do so. For big city people: an elevator is where farmers take their grain after harvest for storage. It can be corn, wheat, sunflowers, or other grains.
This particular elevator has recently gotten into the sunflower business. Don't you agree that it has the perfect flower for its block?!
There are others in town that I will be sharing soon because I took pictures after church on Sunday. Before I start start driving around to find the REAL BARN QUILTS I'll need to get a good map!
My "quilt" block will have to go on the garage door when I decide what I'll work on. I think it will have to have something to do with flowers, too. Until school is out for the summer I won't be wasting any energy on planning, though. ♥♪