The "Hoovering Hawks" barn quilt block represents the fact that our farm is in the flight path for many hawks including the Cooper's. Hosted by John and Janet Woodbridge
Olde Red School Housemore_vertclose
Olde Red School House – Our home was built in 1895. In the early 1900's the Eede family boarded the school teacher for the Pot Lake School. When we bought the farm from John's great uncle, Byron Eede, he was...
Ruby Blue Huntermore_vertclose
Ruby Blue Hunter’s block – after great-grandmother Ruby Woodbridge Hosted by Andrew and Sandra Woodbridge
Oxley Barn Starmore_vertclose
Oxley Barn Star – in honour of Murray’s family dairy farm in Kent County Hosted by Ann and Murray Wilson
Apple Tree Block – chosen for our tree fruit orchards and visible from our roadside Fruit Wagon Hosted by Doug and Leslie Balsillie
Evergreen Tree – chosen for their production of evergreen trees
Queen Victoria’s Crownmore_vertclose
Queen Victoria’s Crown. In honour of the Diamond Jubilee. Queen Victoria and her great granddaughter Queen Elizabeth II are the only two monarchs to celebrate 60 years. We received a letter from Buckingham Palace saying The Queen was most interested...
The Lonsbery’s grew sweet corn, tomatoes and cash crops on this farm for many years, and incorporated their farm logo into their barn quilt. Jim’s sister was an experienced quilter, and designed the border pattern to accent the farm logo....
The Dowlings have restored their family’s original home, which is one of the oldest homes in this pioneer settlement in Colchester, dating to the early 1800’s. They built this barn to house some modern amenities, and added their barn quilt...
Created by Katherine Wolfe and erected with help from her grandparents, John and Ann Brush, uncle Jim Brush and parents, Mary and Shaun Wolfe.