On Friday night the Quilters' Affair Dinner was held at the High School in Sisters. Previously it has been held outside in the park. Last year it rained so they moved it into the school. I met up with Lori of Humble Quilts. In fact I borrowed this picture she took of her, myself, Carrie and Michelle from her blog. It was a bit windy, almost gale force winds waiting outside for the doors to open. Inside approximately 800 quilt enthusiasts, teachers and supporters sat down to an amazing dinner by Tate and Tate catering.
Monday, 17 July 2017
Saturday, 15 July 2017
After spending the night in Salem I continued south along I-5 to Springfield and went to a favourite shop called Something To Crow About. My mom and I used to take road trips to California and this was one of her favourite shops to visit. Mom isn't up to road trips but this is still a great place to visit.
She was also involved with the first issue of Quilt Folk, the magazine I found last month while I was in Spokane.
I love the combination of wood and brick flooring in the shop.
I'm sure if you see anything you can contact her at her shop by clicking on this link.
If you see anything you like here is a link to the shop.
Here is a link if you want to order anything from The Quilt Loft.
Here is a link to their website.
Here is a link to their webpage.