We're working on developing our region's barn quilt trail!
Submit your information here to be posted on an online map of barn quilts in St. Lawrence County, New York. This map will help promote area barn quilts, celebrate community arts, and let enthusiasts know where to find barn quilts around St. Lawrence County to come check out. Fill out this form to let us know all the Ws about your barn quilt!
What is a barn quilt?
A barn quilt is a painted wooden or metal square featuring a single block of a traditional quilt pattern. They are usually based on traditional quilt block patterns, and sometimes include new imagery, that expresses something about the maker’s own identity, heritage, or interests. They can range in size from 1’x1’ to 8’x8’, in publicly visible locations such as on barn, garage, or house walls on their property.
Multiple Barn Quilt Listings
If you would like to list more than one barn quilt, please fill out a separate form for each.
The Barn Quilt Tourism Project
This map is being launched as part of the 2019 Barn Quilt Tourism Project. Project partners are: TAUNY (Traditional Arts in Upstate New York), the St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, the St. Lawrence County Arts Council, the Hammond Barn Quilt Trail Committee, and the Town of Colton Tourism & Beautification Committee.The Barn Quilt Tourism Project is made possible by a Regional Economic Development Council Grant through the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Learn more about the project at www.tauny.org.
Please contact Camilla Ammirati, TAUNY Director of Research and Programs, at email@example.com.
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*You must create a user account to submit an entry; it's easy and free. Draft copies of your application can be saved for 21 days after your last saved copy.
Please note: This map will be fully visible to the public online. By listing your barn quilt, you are encouraging possible visitors to come see it.