Pennsylvania Barn Quilts & Ironworks of Art is located in the scenic hills of Laurel Highlands in southwestern Pennsylvania and is run by two metal artisans of that area. Our works are 100% American made. Our craft highlights our rural heritage as it showcases our art of metal "quilting".

Our traditional quilt block designs adorn the sides of barns and grace homes across the country. Quilts have always been a comforting symbol of home and family. Adding a Pennsylvania Barn Quilt to your home or barn will add to the beauty of country and will be a sign of welcome home.


Recent newspaper article:

Looking to create a trail of barn quilts

Colleen Konieczny never imagined that reading a Country Living magazine could create a dream.
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By Rachel R. Basinger, DAILY COURIER
Saturday, July 4, 2009

Barn-quilt trail patched together in Pennsylvania

Flying Geese QuiltUSA Today discusses Southwestern Pennsylvania Quilt Trail.
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By Rachel R. Basinger, DAILY COURIER
Saturday, July 27, 2010

Magazine Article

 

On The Block, January 2011

Australian Quilters Companion Issue 47, page 16

(Pennsylvania Barn Quilts are now known across the board!)

See article here …

In Other News

 

Featured on Armstrong Local Television station: Around the Town with Marilyn Forbes

Colleen Konieczny-Owner of Pennsylvania Barn Quilts and Ironworks of Art

As viewed on local cable station Armstrong Television video can be seen by clicking here: PABarnQuilts

 

 

Greetings,

The Quilt Trail Gathering committee has been busy trying to make sure that everyone that has an interest in quilt trails has been notified of the gathering.   Please visit our website www.quilttrailgathering.com .  We are working to get all the information on the site.  This gathering is not just for people involved with quilt trails, but also for quilters and people who make items related to quilts or quilt barns.  We also have a  facebook account   www.facebook.com/quilttrailgathering . 

 

Brown County Department of Tourism

(937) 378-1970

 

 


After watching the video, please feel free to click on the PA Barn Quilt Trail tab, at the top left, in order to read more about the quilts on the Pennsylvania Barn Quilt Trail.