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Following a quilt trail

This quilt block pattern on a barn in Garrett County is called a double pinwheel and was chosen by the barn owners to represent childhood memories. (Ann Cameron Siegal/For The Washington Post)

Garrett County, in the northwest part of Maryland, has 16 stops on its self-guided barn quilt trail.

A map and other information about the route can be found at

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