A visual feast

Quilt lovers and garden enthusiasts once again gathered at the family farm of Doug and Terri Wolfe for the annual visual feast which is the Country Quilt Show and Garden Walk.  By mid morning both fields reserved for parking were filled.  Wolfe family members and friends provide golf cart rides for those who might need assistance.  
This year’s event show-cased 160 quilts mounted on outbuildings and creatively displayed along pathways through the ten acres of beautifully groomed gardens.  
In addition to the work of “featured quilter” Scott A. Flanagan of Fremont, the show included an exhibit of quilts by the Omaha Modern Quilt Guild.

Hollyhocks in the foreground and oversize quilts mounted on the barn in the background create visual feast.

Published by Joe Burns

Educator and freelance photographer living and working in Washington County.

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