When we checked into the Rocky Point campground, we were handed a tourist "newspaper," with a guide to the Upper Klamath Lake area and a calendar of events. I was thrilled to learn that the Chiloquin quilt guild (I think they're called the Chiloquilters) was having a two-day show. Of course, I was there! The town was on the other side of the lake, but it was definitely worth the 25-mile drive. I met a designer from Chiloquin, Sandy Selk, and will be doing a post later about her and two wall hanging quilts I will be doing of hers. The pictures below are of quilts that caught my eye.
The one below is their raffle quilt, and I bought a ticket. They won't draw until September - but at least I have a chance to win!
This is a Sandy Selk design - from her Southwestern Icons series.