Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show General Information

“The World’s Largest Outdoor Quilt Show™”
The Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show is always held on the second Saturday in July:  July 14, 2018; July 13, 2019; July 11, 2020...

Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show™  is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization whose mission is to educate the public about the art, skill, and heritage of traditional and contemporary quilts and fiber arts, while enhancing the cultural vitality of the community of Sisters and Central Oregon.

Click here or image above to view the 2018 SOQS Entry Flyer

Click Here to explore photos taken by Gary Miller Photography at the 2017 Quilt Show Day

The tradition of gorgeous weather continued for the 41st annual Sisters outdoor Quilt Show, although the threat of rain worried many right up until the morning of the show. Here is a glance at the show by the numbers:

Quilts on display: Over 1400!

Number of registered Quilters: Over 510!

Visitors to Sisters: More than 10,000 from all 50 states and 23 countries!

Volunteer Shifts Filled: Over 330!!

2016 Quilt Block Contest Winner: Daryl P. of Rio Rancho, NM


Quilt Raffle Winner: Louise of Oregon           Bike Raffle Winner: Heidi R. of Salem, OR



Wish Upon A Card – Michael Miller Fabric Challenge

2016 Winners: 

FIRST PLACE: JoAnn M. of Celina, TX                             Second Place: Margaret A. of Bend, OR

JoAnn M., Celina, TX

First Place: Margaret A. of Clina, TX

Third Place: Valerie F-T. of Sisters, OR


Click here for a gallery of framed postcards from the Wish Upon A Card silent auction

Click Here for the 2016 Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show Guide




For general Sisters Country information visit our Chamber of Commerce and check out this cool video featuring the Quilt Show and other things to enjoy while visiting Sisters.

Official Quilt Show merchandise is available at the Stitchin’ Post.

Past Posters include:


2015 40th Anniversary Poster “A Timeless Tapestry” Featuring artwork by Dennis McGregor

2014 Poster by Dan Rickards

2014 Poster “It Takes a Village” Featuring artwork by Dan Rickards