Quilt Barn Tile with Flying Geese Pattern
On the hilltops of Appalachia can be seen barns with large quilt designs. Some of these designs originated in the mid 1800's and were directed towards those who were fleeing to the North from possible slavery in the South. The designs provided a message or a direction and were a part of the famous American Underground Railroad. The designs are huge, approximately 8 feet square with bright colors.
This barn can be seen on a hilltop along the northern fringe of Appalachia in Monroe County, Ohio.
This 6x6 ceramic tile has the quilt pattern Flying Geese painted on it. It is from a painting by Ohio artist Don Strother who has done all of the Monroe County quilt barns. The brightly colored tile can be displayed on an easel or your wall. It is heat resistant and can be wiped clean with a damp cloth.
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