Then we made a U-turn and went back down the road to the next quilt barn on Query Road.
The directions were fairly accurate (I keep setting the trip odometer back to zero) and so we had no problems finding the barn. But it is the middle of deer hunting season here in North Carolina and so there were no detours down side dirt roads. Although I doubt that a silver Honda Fit could be confused for a white tailed deer, keeping Dick Cheney in mind I didn’t want to take a chance.
Wayne Wooten Barn was originally known as the Query Family Farm, and it features one block of a quilt called “Grandmother’s Choice” and was made by Ella Saunders Fowlkes, c. 1940 in Caswell County. The quilt is currently owned by the maker’s grandson, Robert W. Duncan and family of Taylorsville.