Thursday, July 9, 2015

Sew Many Quilts–part 2

 

I hope you enjoyed all the pictures from yesterday.   Now on to the rest of them.

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So that’s it from here.   If you ever have a chance to come to Central Oregon for the Sister’s Outdoor Quilt show and even take classes while you’re here, you’re in for a treat.   The whole week is full of activities.   Put it on your bucket list and maybe I’ll see you sometime.   

Again, be sure and say “hi” if you’re in the shop this week. 

Here’s the linky to the shop. 

Thanks for stopping by. 

Hugs, Anne

9 comments:

Diane said...

It is totally on my bucket list! I am there with you in spirit this year, and thanks for sharing photos for those of us who aren't there. You take some awesome pictures!

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

I think a visit to this store would be seriously dangerous to the health of my wallet and budget

Janet O. said...

Wow, I have this sudden urge to head to Oregon! : )

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What an amazing shop! If we ever get to the West Coast, it will definitely be on my bucket list. Thanks for sharing.

Sandi said...

Almost there, made it to Salem yesterday and heading out shortly, destination Bend and Sister! Hear that rustling? That's the money flying out of my wallet!

kcenya1950 said...

Love the pics. Anne, friends and I are heading to Bend to go to the Sun River quilt show -- can you send a list of the shops not to miss? We are going to stay a couple of days and plan on a little DIY shop hop. Thanks. pam

Wendy said...

Such an amazing shop to visit. I would be coming home with tons of treasures from there. I'm working on one of the little red patterns with the scalloped border, a very sweet mini quilt.

grumpy said...

I love your blog, I went back to find your post on sandcastle or sand hut for your stitching. Can you tell me what you are using now and where you buy it? We are making sewing machine covers and embellishing them with stitching and quilting. The weight and look of sand hut is perfect but we have not been able to find it!

Nanna said...

this is abeautiful post makes me want to go fabric shopping lol!

Helen