Monday, July 13, 2015

Sisters Quilt Show 2015: PHOTOS




The Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show  is always held on the second Saturday in July. I always wake up before it's even Saturday and can't wait to start getting ready to head on over from Salem to Sisters! It's that exciting!




This year I was up by 3, packed and had the house clean by 4 and waited and waited for it to be 7:15 am when hubby said would be a good time to get in the car and take off.




I always hope that I'll run into some Oregon quilters, especially met through online and now real life friends, Cher from Portland, blue shirt and hat, and Doni..who I did not run into this year. Sorry, Doni. Hope you meet Merrily from Washington, but it just didn't happen. Maybe next year!



Cher, I ran into..of all places...The Stitchin' Post. One of the most popular places in the show. Quilting home of founder Jean Wells and with amazing fabric and supplies for all kinds of quilting and I'm sure the most extensive quilting books collection on earth..all the new ones are stacked on tables and racks..everywhere. Online friends that I didn't even know that they had books out, yet!!















And then, we couldn't find his car keys! 





Oh, well. I have alternatives! And the magic of my faery godmother and the Sisters Quilt Show, we arrived by 10 and it was sunny and beautiful. Also filled to the brim with people! I'm pretty sure all 20,000 came earlier than I did!  There is a lot of lovely artsty things every where you look! From beautiful nature, to artwork, to people wearing amazing outfits to of course....QUILTS! And more to come next post, as well!!!


How can you not love a wonderful place like this???

2015 
 Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Teacher's Quilts!
Sisters Quilt Show 2015: PHOTOS! 

2014
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 2014
Dreaming in Color...
The Fabulous "Wish Upon a Card" Project
150th Anniversary State Parks Quilts
Quilts, Quilts and More Quilts

2013

Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 2013: The Teacher's Tent
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: ab-strakt-ed, improvisational, or modern?
2012
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: So Many Quilts to Want to Make!
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Two Rivers
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Small Wonders Abound

Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Wonders of All Kind
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Rosalie Dace
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Teacher's Tent
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Peter and Wendy Quilts

2011
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 2011
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: The Alice Quilts and Other Wonders
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Diverse, Modern, Liberated and Fun!
2009
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show 2009
Sisters OR: The Little Town With a Big Heart
The Gee's Bend Quilters
Gee's Bend Quilters Sing
Freddy and Gwen: In Sisters Again!
Queen Bonnie of Quiltville and the Quilters' Quest 
2008
Sisters Oregon Quilt Show 2008 (1)
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show (2) 2008
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Jane Sassaman
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Butterfly Quilts
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: Gyotaku" Fish Quilts
2007
Flying Geese Head for Sisters, Oregon
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: The Atmosphere Says It All
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: The Buildings are Part of the Quilts
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show: The People Create the Mood
Sisters: Last But Not Least .... The Quilts !
My Flying Geese Got Cooked, But I'm Back in the Saddle, Again

Michele Bilyeu blogs With Heart and Hands as she shares a quilting journey from Alaska to Oregon with thousands of free Quilting, Sewing, and Crafting Patterns and Tutorials. Help change the world, one little quilt, art quilt, and prayer flag at a time!

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting the pictures! I was thinking about this show all day Saturday. I was really wishing I was there!

    silverthimble@shaw.ca

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  2. Thanks for posting the pictures! I was thinking about this show all day Saturday. I was really wishing I was there!

    silverthimble@shaw.ca

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    1. Thank you, Norma! So nice to hear from you! And twice happens and is twice as nice!

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  3. Love the pictures, Michele! Sounds like you had a great time.

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Michele Bilyeu blogs "With Heart and Hands" as she journeys between Douglas, Alaska and Salem, Oregon.