The first stop on the tour was at Hawks Haven Reserve, the home of the Rognlien's, and a 90-acre wildlife reserve set amid the Three Sisters Mountains with lovely views. The quilts were hung amid a grouping of trees right off the back patio of the home.
|The Best Time by Kay Gutierrez|
|Pick-Up-Sticks by Kim McCray|
|Sunset on North Temperance Creek by Kathy Chism|
|Eastern Oregon by Ruth Kinane|
|Back Country by Dawn Williams|
|A photo of the quilts displayed at this home. Beautiful views!|
|Steppin' Out by Cindy O'Neal|
|Gleam of Snake River by Linda S. Ripsch|
|Trout on the Metolius by Cece Montgomery|
|We asked if this was a vintage quilt... no! It was actually the makers FIRST quilt. She really picked a hard one, and it came out so beautifully!|
|A shot looking down on part of the farm.|
|A number of antique quilts laid out on the fence around the vegetable garden.|
|Some lovely stars right next to the chicken coop (the coop isn't in the photo).|
|Hexagons and Baptist fans!|
|The views behind these antique hexi quilts!|
|Dresden plates blowing in the breeze.|
|A gorgeous Victorian crazy quilt, dated 1913.|
|A birdhouse quilt right next to the bird house.|
|A lovely water feature just behind a gorgeous garden.|
|Check out that view from the living room!|
Last stop for the day was at the Cline property, right across the street from Black Diamond Ranch. The home and barn were just completed a few years ago, in 2015. It was lovely.
I think I've probably overloaded the photos in this post, so I'll cut it off here. In a couple of weeks, I'll post Sisters, Part 2 with the photos from the big show. I hope you enjoyed these and got some inspiration!
Keep on quilting!