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Mystery: who created these quilt squares?



2019-09-20 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Phil Hanna.
The Homeplace on Green River would like to give credit to the artist(s) who created these quilt squares with a plaque of some kind. George Kolbenschlag made labels naming each pattern and we would like to recognize the artist or artists as well. They were originally in the Columbia Chamber of Commerce offices several years back. The Chamber allowed them to be moved to the Lindsey Wilson College Library, which put them on display for a time. Recently the works were released to the Homeplace where they are displayed in the Arts and Entertainment Barn. -- Phil Hanna

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