Barn Quilt Locations
10360 State Route 559, North Lewisburg
Barn Owners: John and Alice Westfall
Quilt Square: "Log Cabin"
Sponsors: Champaign Residential Services, Inc.
The barn was built before the Civil War and was used for hay, straw, and dairy cattle. It is constructed out of wood, and it is currently used for hay storage. The barn floor size was doubled by the addition of an attached shed to accommodate 300 head of feeder cattle.
The colors of the quilt pattern selected are M&M colors. The "Log Cabin" pattern was selected because their original home was built in the early 1800s and may have been a log cabin.
Champaign County is conveniently nestled in the heart of west central Ohio.
- Established in 1805
- 30 miles from Columbus or Dayton; 10 miles from Springfield
- Serviced by U.S. Routes 68 and 36; within 15 miles of Interstates 70 and 75
- Blend of service, retail, manufacturing and agricultural businesses
- Miles of bike trails, hiking trails, rivers and wooded area wind its way through the county
- Population approximately 39,800; 428 square miles
- Quaint shopping, dining and art/antique shops
- Home to Warren Grimes the "father of aviation lighting"
- Well-known Champaign Countians include: William Saxbe, Clancy Brown, Johnny Appleseed and A.B. Graham
- Airport: Grimes Field (General Aviation)
- Home to Urbana University
- Destinations: Simon Kenton recreation trails, Cedar Bog, Ohio Caverns, Johnny Appleseed Museum, Mad River, Champaign County Fairgrounds, Kiser Lake State Park