And more barn quilts along the Marion County Barn Quilt trail. These are located in the tiny village of Old Fort, home of the Andrews Geyser. It is named Old Fort for the Revolutionary War fort that was once located here.
This quilt block is called Arrowheads in honor of the 14 foot rose granite arrowhead located next to the train depot which was built as a symbol of peace between the Cherokee and Catawba Indian tribes.
On the Mountain Gateway Museum, you'll find the Log Cabin quilt block.
And on the side of the Old Fort Mountain Music building, this quilt block has the appropriate name of Bluegrass Star.
A video shot inside of the Old Fort Mountain Music Friday get-togethers.
For my friends who think this would be a great idea for their areas, but are concerned there aren't barns or outbuildings to put them on, Old Fort is a good example that barn quilts can be put on any type of building from town hall to museum to commercial building.