Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show — Part 2 of 2

Continuing my ramble through the town of Sisters, Oregon on July 11, taking in the quilts on display at the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show, now in its 40th year . . .

El Cerro by Hilde Morin of Portland OR (51 x 42)
El Cerro by Hilde Morin of Portland OR (51″ x 42″)

 

Grounded 2 by Rosalie Dace of Durban KZN South Africa (28 x 51)
Grounded 2 by Rosalie Dace of Durban KZN South Africa (28″ x 51″)

 

Center Stage by Sarah Kaufman of Bend OR (36 x 26)
Center Stage by Sarah Kaufman of Bend OR (36″ x 26″)

 

The Definition of Stitch by Sarah Fielke of Chatswood NSW Australia 69 x 60
The Definition of Stitch by Sarah Fielke of Chatswood NSW Australia (69″ x 60″)

 

Running Man by Jacquie Gering of Kansas City KS 50 x 40
Running Man by Jacquie Gering of Kansas City KS (50″ x 40″)

 

Lanikai Sunset by Sally Frey of Fortuna CA 54 sq
Lanikai Sunset by Sally Frey of Fortuna CA (54″ square)

 

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Jungle Abstractions: The Lion by Violet Craft of Portland OR

 

English Pathways by Betty Green of Baker City OR 80 x 87
English Pathways by Betty Green of Baker City OR (80″ x 87″)
Spinner Sampler by Deborah Rutledge of Merrill OR 88 sq
Spinner Sampler by Deborah Rutledge of Merrill OR (88″ square)

 

Whirligig by Sarah Fielke of Chatswood NSW Australia 64 sq
Whirligig by Sarah Fielke of Chatswood NSW Australia (64″ square)

 

Diamonds and Dots by Debbie Startt of Port Orford OR 54 x 75
Diamonds and Dots by Debbie Startt of Port Orford OR (54″ x 75″)

 

Spot On by Trina Jahnsen of Duncan Mills CA 65 sq
Spot On by Trina Jahnsen of Duncan Mills CA (65″ square)

 

detail of Spot On by Trina Jahnsen
Detail, Spot On by Trina Jahnsen

 

Window of Mystery by Pat Busby of Lake Oswego OR 42 x 50
Window of Mystery by Pat Busby of Lake Oswego OR (42″ x 50″)

 

A Tribute to Pucci by Linda Reinert of Vancouver WA 45 x 63
A Tribute to Pucci by Linda Reinert of Vancouver WA (45″ x 63″)

 

Around in Circles by Linda Reinert of Vancouver WA 60 x 55
Around in Circles by Linda Reinert of Vancouver WA (60″ x 55″)

 

Floral Lagoon by Kathie Leonard of Prineville OR 62 x 74
Floral Lagoon by Kathie Leonard of Prineville OR (62″ x 74″)

 

Primitive Patchwork in Modern Colors by Judy Johnson of Sun River OR 55 in sq
Primitive Patchwork in Modern Colors by Judy Johnson of Sun River OR (55″ square)

 

Stardust by Jill Antunes of Salem OR 98 in sq
Stardust by Jill Antunes of Salem OR (98″ square)

 

My Oregon Forests by Corni Quinlivan of Bend OR 86 in sq
My Oregon Forests by Corni Quinlivan of Bend OR (86″ square)

 

Peppers and Beans by Sandra Howe of Prineville OR 70 x 90
Peppers and Beans by Sandra Howe of Prineville OR (70″ x 90″)

 

Garden Party by Hope Wilmarth of Spring TX 36 x 49
Garden Party by Hope Wilmarth of Spring TX (36″ x 49″)

 

North by Northwest by Dawn Williams of Bend OR 75 x 95
North by Northwest by Dawn Williams of Bend OR (75″ x 95″)

 

It's All About the Bass by Jackie Erickson of Sisters OR 70 x 92
It’s All About the Bass by Jackie Erickson of Sisters OR (70″ x 92″)

 

Garden Secret by tamra Dumolt of Sisters 96 in sq
Garden Secret by Tamra Dumolt of Sisters OR (96″ square)

 

Tula Blue by Lois Wilson of Sisters OR 83 x 93
Tula Blue by Lois Wilson of Sisters OR (83″ x 93″)

 

Ruby Churned by Adrienne Carpenter of Manson WA 70 x 80
Ruby Churned by Adrienne Carpenter of Manson WA (70″ x 80″)

 

Who's the Fairest of Them All qm by Kathy Davis of Poway CA 48 in sq
Who’s the Fairest of Them All? by Kathy Davis of Poway CA (48″ square)

 

Falling Diamonds by Michele Beyer of West Linn OR 64 x 90
Falling Diamonds by Michele Beyer of West Linn OR (64″ x 90″)

 

antique quilt circa 1900, maker unknown, exhibited by Karen Gilsdorf of Redmond OR
Antique Quilt Circa 1900, maker unknown, exhibited by Karen Gilsdorf of Redmond OR (66″ x 76″)

 

Take another look at the quilt at the top of this post and then the one at the bottom. Quiltmaking has certainly evolved, hasn’t it?

I hope you’ve enjoyed this cross-section of quilts from the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show!

 

 

 

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6 Responses to Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show — Part 2 of 2

  1. Vickie says:

    Thank you for sharing your pictures. It truly is amazing how each quilt has its own flavor!

  2. Jeanne says:

    Fascinating! People are so creative!
    Thanks for the taste of the show!

  3. Arden says:

    Thank you for sharing and including the names of the quilt makers. That was a lot of work on your part. I enjoy your blog!

  4. char quiroz says:

    Love, LOVE, LOVE “Garden Party” with the giraffes. Adorable.

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  6. Teresa says:

    Thank you for sharing! Each quilt has a story of its own. Definitely must add visiting Sisters Quilt Show to my bucket list!

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