Taylor County Barn Quilt Tour

Cathedral Windows Barn Quilt

The Cathedral Window Quilt pattern is gorgeous!  It’s one of the beautiful quilt styles that captures the inspiration of a beautiful church window and allow us to have a little part of a cathedral not only in our homes but on our barns. You can see this quilt pattern on the Taylor County Quilt trail at 2979 Old Columbia Road in Campbellsville Kentucky.

The quilts on the  Taylor County Quilt Trail are painted by members of the community, including students from Taylor County High School.  These quilts honor our wonderful heritage of family, farming and, of course, quilting. Take the Taylor County Quilt Trail!


 The Delectable Mountains Quilt The Delectable Mountains Quilt
2534 Elkhorn Road
Campbellsville, Ky 42718
The Windmill Barn QuiltThe Windmill Quilt
Homeplace on Green River
Campbellsville, Ky 42718
Tobacco LeafThe Tobacco Leaf Quilt
8320 Hodgensville Road
Campbellsville, Ky 42718
The Blazing Star Barn QuiltThe Blazing Star Quilt
1402 Smith Ridge Road
Campbellsville, Ky 42718
 The Fan Barn QuiltThe Fan Quilt
Highway 55 at Blue Hole Road
Campbellsville, Ky 42718
Diamonds are Forever Barn Quilt The Diamonds are Forever Quilt
7839 Liberty Road
Campbellsville, Ky 42718
The Wagon Wheel Barn QuiltThe Wagon Wheel Quilt
373 Old Greensburg Road
Campbellsville, Ky 42718
The Cathedral Windows Barn QuiltThe Cathedral Windows Quilt
2979 Old Columbia Road
Campbellsville, Ky 42718
The Wedding Ring Barn QuiltThe Wedding Ring Quilt
4719 Campbellsville Road
Campbellsville Ky 42718
Wild Goose ChaseThe Wild Goose Chase Quilt
9988 New Columbia Road
Campbellsville, Ky 42718
The Home Cooking Barn QuiltThe Home Cooking Quilt
4830 New Columbia Road
Campbellsville Ky 42716
 The Virginia Pike Barn QuiltThe Virginia Pike Quilt
685 Smith Ridge Road
Campbellsville Ky 42718
The Eight Hands Around Barn Quilt The Eight Hands Around Quilt
1200 Hobson Road
Campbellsville Ky 42718


The History of the Kentucky Quilt Trail

There is a quality about quilts that evokes a feeling of comfort of home and family. Quilting is a tradition that thrives in Kentucky.  The Quilt Trail project began in Adams County, Ohio, when Donna Sue Groves, a field representative for the Ohio Arts Council, decided that she wanted a quilt square painted on her barn to honor her mother, a life long quilter. Donna Sue shared her idea with friends in the community, who offered their help. They decided that if they were going to paint one quilt square on a barn, they might as well paint twenty and create a driving tour to attract tourists to their rural community. The project was such a success that word of it traveled quickly, and soon other communities were contacting Donna Sue asking if they could join in the project. Donna Sue offered her enthusiastic support. The Quilt Trail project has taken deep root in Kentucky and spread quickly. The first square in Kentucky was painted and hung in Carter County by local volunteers with support from the Gateway Resource Conservation and Development Council. The project has spread as a grassroots movement with each community introducing its own twist, painting quilt squares not only on barns, but also on floodwalls, craft shops and restaurants.

Bring a part of our history home with you to enjoy for many years

To order a custom made wooden barn quilt contact:

Taylor County High School Art Honors Society
Christina Hicks
(270) 789-6808

Steele Painted Quilt Blocks
Alice Steele
(270) 465-6009


To order an aluminum barn quilt contact:

Swafford Signs
Don Swafford
(270) 465-7820