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The Red Clay Barn Quilt Trail is anchored in Clay County Georgia. The original barn quilt in Clay County was created by local artist Tammy Pope for her home in Fort Gaines. She added a second quilt for a neighbor and then in the summer of 2022 she taught a class on barn quilts at the Fort Gaines Museum. The Clay County Economic Development Council provided the initial funding for 12 quilts with the goal of establishing a barn quilt trail in southwest Georgia.

The Red Clay Barn Quilt Trail

Quilt Locations

When visiting or touring  the Red Clay Barn Quilt Trail please respect the property of the owner's home or business. 


The Pope residence at 104 Commerce Street, Fort Gaines Ga


A private residence at 101 Troupe Street, Fort Gaines GA


The Fort Gaines Women's Club at 102 Bluff Street, Fort Gaines Ga


Cricket Drug at 101 Hancock Street Fort Gaines GA


The old gym on Wilson Street Fort Gaines GA


Beautiful barn at 2419 Highway 37 Fort Gaines GA

This beautiful 8x8 barn quilt is located at 2865 Fountain Bridge Road, Morgan, GA

The Fort Gaines Women's Club at 102 Bluff Street, Fort Gaines GA


The ARC Building at 107 Commerce Street Fort Gaines GA


The Shaver residence at 82 Poya Point, Fort Gaines GA

Farm Building at 2170 Highway 37
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Flint's Wild Game Processing located at 32 Mt. Zion Road, Fort Gaines, GA 39852

White Oak Pastures barn behind the general store on South Pine Street, Bluffton GA


Griffin's Kitchen located at 1051 Eufaula Hwy, Fort Gaines GA


The Lindsey Family wood shed at 94 Poya Point, Fort Gaines Ga


Touch of Blossoms, Inc at 205 South Hancock Street, Fort Gaines Ga


The old gym on Wilson Street Fort Gaines GA


Rubo's Grocery Store located at 104 Hancock Street, Fort Gaines GA


The Don Mathis work shop at 10 Griffiths Drive, Fort Gaines GA


White Oak Pastures administrative building at 108 North Broad Street, Bluffton GA


Anderson Construction Company of Fort Gaines located at 58 Crosier Lane, Fort Gaines GA


The Brumbalow Home at 118 New Park Road, Fort Gaines GA


Clay County Administrative Building at 147 Wilson Street, Fort Gaines GA


Reel Time Remodeling and Roofing at 108 East Commerce Street, Fort Gaines Ga


This lovely quilt was made by Ann Penuel and family. Located at 102 Washington Street, Fort Gaines GA

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The Cagle residence at 1367 Cotton Hill Road, Fort Gaines GA


The Shiver's produce shed at 1300 West Bluffton Road, Fort Gaines GA

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This 100 year old barn is the perfect place for this barn quilt at 355 Mill Pond Road Bluffton GA

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The " Tree of Life" is located at 514 Mill Pond Road, Bluffton GA

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This colorful "Gentleman's Star" is on a farm shed at 581 Mill Pond Road, Bluffton, GA


The pump house at 514 Mill Pond Road, Bluffton GA is the new home for this "Iris Block".

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The Tim and Connie Ingram barn at 24362 Old Highway 27 Sutton's Corner Road, Edison GA 39846


This beautiful barn quilt resides at 47 Lakeview Drive, Fort Gaines GA with one of the best fisherman on the lake.


These lovebirds were painted by Sherri Mixon and are located at 123 Lakeview Drive, Fort Gaines GA.

This bright sunflower quilt can be seen at the Lindsey residence at 620 Cotton Hill Road, Fort Gaines GA


The Bates family lake residence is the new home of this State of Georgia barn quilt. It is located at 74 Poya Point, Fort Gaines GA.

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Join The Trail

If you would like to join the trail you have a number of options. You can make or purchase your barn quilt and install it on your building and if it meets our requirements we will list it on the trail.  A second option is to request some help from the barn quilt trail committee. We can help you pick a quilt pattern or help design and make a quilt.  We presently have some quilts that are completed and ready to hang. We also have a limited amount of material if you would like to design and build your own quilt.

Blocks must be based on a traditional quilt block or a family heirloom and contain no POLITICAL messages, no representations from religious or special interest groups, family initials or crests, sports logos or advertising of any kind.

In order to be approved for the Red Clay Trail, your building must meet the following conditions as a minimum: The grounds around the building should be well kept and free of junk piles of broken down equipment. Buildings must be unobstructed by trees, bushes, or other buildings and must be close enough to a road for a barn quilt block to be easily recognizable . The location must afford a good unobstructed view as well as a safe place for passersby to pull over and take pictures.The Red Clay Barn Quilt committee reserves the right to refuse to provide its services. The decision of the trail committee is final.



There are a number of web sites that are excellent resources on everything you want to know about barn quilts. We recommend you spend some time at the Alabama Barn Quilt Trail, Barn Quilt Info, Barn Quilt Headquarters, and The Chatt Hills Barn Quit Trail web sites. In addition to these excellent web sites, You Tube is filled with some great videos.

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