Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show (Sixth [and Last] Batch)

Before I show you the quilts today, I want to show you the fun map that one of the Sisters realtors had on display. You could grab a hot fix crystal and put yourself on the map, which was totally fun!

Forty-eight of fifty states were represented. The only ones missing were Maine and Louisiana. Lenelda put herself on the map from Texas.

There were a surprising number of international visitors.

And, of course, lots of Oregon. I put myself on the map from Newberg.

Okay...on with the quilts. A few of these were hanging above my head, and so my apologies to the quilters whose labels I missed. It's the end of the day...your feet are probably hurting by now.

This next one was all about the quilting, which I would classify as free motion machine embroidery. I'd like to give this a try.

Cute details in this quilt.

This next one was surprisingly appealing with its plaid fabrics and its muted colors.

I wanted to show you the detail in this quilt. Each one of those little "bricks" was cut out and appliqued on.

Not technically a part of the show, this was hanging in a shoe store.

Be sure to notice the quilting on this one. Do you see the heavy rope coming from the anchor?

For you, Padsworth.

Last, but not least...beautiful and unique.

I hope you enjoyed the show!!!

10 comments from clever and witty friends:

Jeanie said...

It looks like a fabulous display of quilts. I'm glad you were able to attend and enjoy these lovely works of art! Thanks for sharing.

beaquilter said...

great quilts, love the cows... thought this slide show would NEVER end, that was a lot of quilts! thanks for showing them

Dana Gaffney said...

I did enjoy the show, thank you. I'm a little sad that it's over though. I liked the shattered heart or whatever it's called, LOL. You can do that free motion quilting, I've seen much harder things that you've done.

Kirsty said...

Always great seeing the work of fellow quilters. I particularly liked the giraffe quilt...a very clever use of trim. If I were one of them, I think I would like to be the yellow pom pom giraffe :-) The anchor was also a favourite and that lacework, whilst not to my taste, was amazing. Thank you for sharing.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

More lovely quilts of diverse technique and style. Thank you for sharing with us.

Barb H said...

I'm salivating after seeing these quilts. I especially like the Woodland Creatures and the Cutaway quilts--both are beautiful as well as unique. Great show--thanks, Barbara, for sharing with all of us.

Valerie Reynolds said...

Thank you for sharing!!

quiltzyx said...

You right, now it's time to put up our feet & cogitate on all of the wonderful quilts we saw at Sisters! Thanks for taking us along Barbara!

gayle said...

I've really enjoyed the quilt show! Thanks for all the time and trouble you took to share it with us.

Kate said...

Thanks for sharing so many quilts from the show. So much fun to see what other's are doing.