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The Market Arts Center
211 N. Market St.
Waverly, Ohio 45690
(740) 947-9650
Fridays Noon - 5 p.m.; Saturdays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.; 1st Sunday 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
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You can print a Pike County quilt trail map.

You can also print a copy of the Pike's Patches Brochure.

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Pike's Patches Quilt Barn Trail

Pike's Patches is a project of The Pike Arts Guild and the Pike County Convention and Visitors Bureau and links Pike County with the other Ohio counties participating in the "Clothesline of Quilts" throughout Ohio and other states. Our quilt squares are primarily based on a family quilt being placed on the same family's building or barn.

Pattern: Grandmother's Flower Garden
Location: 443 Back Hollow Road. SR 23 to Alma-Omega Road; 1.7 miles down Alma-Omega Rd. stay straight and go on Back Hollow Road. It is the first barn on the left side of the road. Jackson Township.
Owner: Fosson Family Trust, Sandy Childers, representative
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: Bertha Holbrook, now deceased, made the original quilt from which this block was adapted for Sandy and Mike Childers. The barn is on the childhood and current farm of Sandy and her siblings.
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Pattern: Fan
Location: 2779 Pike Lake Road, Bainbridge. SR 32 W, right on 124, right on Morgan Fork Road/Pike Lake Road, past Pike Lake 0.5 miles on left. Benton Township.
Owner: Joyce Schwartz
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: Joyce's grandmother made the original quilt with soft pink and patterned fans which were pieced together so that the 'fans' formed a path and larger complicated design. This quilt is in her family.
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Pattern: Dogwood TO BE INSTALLED
Location: 715 Main Street, Piketon.
Owner: Malcolm Cisco
Painted by: Mike Casey
Description: The Dogwood Quilt top is appliqued each year by Maude Ramey and quilted by the Dogwood Quilters in Piketon to be raffled off at the Dogwood Festival. This design is adapted from the border of that quilt. The barn was previously owned by the Pettit family and pre-dates the current path of US Route 23.
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Pattern: Dresden Plate
Location: 105 Valley View Drive, Waverly. SR 104 south turn at Hospital Hill/Waverly Gardens, follow Valley View past Sunrise, 14th house on the left.
Owner: Don and Sharon Manson
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: Sharon's grandmother quilted the Dresden Quilt from which this block was adapted. That quilt was made from feed sacks purchased from Sharon's uncle's store. Sharon later salvaged blocks from the quilt to give squares to her brother, sister and children.
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Pattern: Ohio Rose
Location: 400 E. Second St., Waverly. From SR 23 turn in at the Wendy's in Waverly, go straight; garage is on left after intersection of Second and Mullins.
Owner: Rachel Weisenberger
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: The original quilt from which this block was adapted was hand-appliqued by Rachel's grandmother, Marian F. Jones, and hand-quilted by a lady in the county in the 1960's. The garage on which it is installed replaced an earlier barn; it sits on a lot behind a Columbus Dispatch house built in 1928.
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Pattern: Drunkard's Path
Location: 140 SR 104, Lucasville. From Jasper, SR 104 south 6 miles just past Camp Creek Road. Camp Creek Township.
Owner: Carma McCreery and Darren Baker
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: Carma selected this block because it is thought to be a signal block instructing runaways to zig-zag their journey on the Underground Railroad. The block is on the house of the River House Studios.
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Pattern: Sunbonnet Sue
Location: 126 W. 2nd Street, Waverly.
Owner: Bill and Pat Brammer
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: The original quilt from which this block was adapted was the gift of a family member. It was made by the mother of John L.E. Jones, an early Lawrence County family, in the early 20th century.
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Pattern: Granny's Maple Leaf TO BE INSTALLED
Location: 3973 SR772, Piketon. Take St. Rt. 32 W to Rt. 772 South; barn is approximately 6 miles on the right at the intersection of Union Rd and 772 and is beside the historic location of Grove's Grocery Store. Camp Creek Township.
Owner: Alice Everhart and Chris and Ed Burkitt
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: Olive Grove, now deceased, made the original quilt from which this block was adapted for Carma McCreery for her bridal shower. The Burkitt barn is beside the historic location of Grove's Grocery Store.
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Pattern: Cousins by Birth . . . Sisters by Choice
Location: 1450 Wakefield Mound Rd., Piketon. SR 23 south from Piketon, turn at Carter Lumber; go 3 miles south; it is on the east side of Wakefield Mound Road on the silver barn. Scioto Township.
Owner: Teresa M. Galloway
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: For Make a Difference Day in Oct 2006, Marian Sanders and her 5 daughters wanted to paint a quilt block in pinks for breast cancer awareness. They dedicated their pinwheel block to family members who have been victims of breast cancer.
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Pattern: Split 9 Patch
Location: Near 355 Dunn Road. Take Rt. 32 West to Rt. 772 (turn left) follow past Smith Hill to Cotties Corner Church; turn onto Dunn Road; second house. Sunfish Township.
Owner: Lois Williams
Painted by: Lois Williams
Description: Lois Williams painted this block independently of the Pike Arts Guild Pike's Patches project. It is painted directly onto the barn and is a welcome supplement to the project.
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Coming Spring 2008 Pattern: Irish Chain
Location: 115 W. Fifth Street, Waverly
Owner: Judy Dixon
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: Judy chose this quilt square to have installed on the garage behind her house to honor her Irish heritage -- the Cahills who came to Ohio in the late 1800's.
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Coming Spring 2008 Pattern: Star of Alabama TO BE INSTALLED
Location: 500 Lock Street, Waverly (see on Maplewood)
Owner: Suella Leslie
Painted by: Members of Pike Arts Guild
Description: Suella chose this block to honor her father who came to this area from Alabama.
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