Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Sew Many Quilts in Bend, Oregon


Well, it’s that time of year again.  The Sister’s Outdoor Quilt Show is this Saturday and all the local quilt shops have decked their stores to the hilt with all sorts of new quilts, patterns and accessories.  


I will be working this week at Sew Many Quilts, so I thought I’d take you on a tour of all the fabulous new things they have.   If you are in the area, stop by and say “hi” to me. 


Looks like I’m going to have to divide this into two days of posts because I took so many pictures.    If you see something you like, be sure and email them or give them a call.  

This is the veiw when you walk in the front door.
























As you can tell, there is so much eye candy.   Again, if there’s anything you can’t live without, be sure and give them a call. 

See you tomorrow for part 2!  

Hugs, Anne


paulette said...

Oh mean there is MORE?!!! Lucky you playing with all that wonderful fabric!!
Have fun!!

Sandi said...

Wow Anne, so much eye candy and me leaving tomorrow to drive down to the show and gosh I'm staying in Bend...nothing like being able to ship before I get to the store! Hope to meet up with while I'm in town.

Florida Farm Girl said...

Oh, how I wish I could go to Sisters again. I doubt my quilting friend who lives nearby will even bother. Man, if I lived an hour away, you couldn't keep me away from there!!

Okay, what is the pattern for that quilt about midway with the stars and big flowers? I like that one.

Nancie Anne Quilts said...

I'll take one of those and one of those and two of that!!! Looking forward to tomorrows post to see what else I "need"! I always tell my quilter friends that Sew Many Quilts is a "Must Stop Quilt Shop" when they're traveling that direction. We've only been there once, but they were the most welcoming shop and soooo full of goodness!

Janet O. said...

I could get lost for days in a place like that!

Lori said...

I was hoping to visit the quilt stores this week but my mom's situation has changed my plans. The store looks great!

belarmina said...

me gustaría tanto visitar estos sitos maravillosos
poder saludarte!!!!!
pena estar tan lejos,
pasarlo muy bien,
gracias por compartir

Jeanna said...

Now that is a great place to hang wouldn't be work to me. Thanks for sharing the quilty goodness. Looking forward to tomorrow.

Vicci @theplaidbasket said...

LOVE "In the Meadow we can build a snowman...what pattern is that?
I had planned to be at the quilt show but just couldn't bring myself to pay the $395...PER NIGHT hotel room in Bend so hope to make it again next year.

Wendy said...

So many wonderful things to look at. Wish I could be there.

marie said...

I was in the store today, I didn't see you. It was a long day for us as we left Dallas/Salem at 6:30/7:00 and got home at 8:30 pm visiting 8 shops to do the row by row experience. Was great weather travel day. The store has so many great things, it was hard to choose what to buy.

Lady Locust said...

I'm headed down there tomorrow ~ looking forward to both the expo and the quilt show!

Karen said...

I wish a shop like this one would open nearby me. It looks like it has plenty to suit my prim style.

moosecraft said...

Wow! This place is awesome! I'd certainly love to be living close to this shop! :-) Maybe they want to "branch out" and open a store here on the eastern part of the states? ;-)

Me and My Stitches said...

Wow - thanks for the tour! So much temptation!