Welcome to Cattle Country Quilts
We are located in Joseph, Oregon, a beautiful town of only 1,054 residents nestled at the base of the spectacular Wallowa Mountains.
We specialize in gorgeous batik, western (wow are they awesome), outstanding floral and landscape fabrics. Our fabrics are the best quality, 100% cotton quilting fabrics including Moda, Timeless Treasures, Alexander Henry, Michael Miller, Maywood Studios, Robert Kaufman, Clothworks, Blank Textiles, Diamond Textiles, Kona Bay, Seattle Bay, Windham Fabrics, Hoffman, and more. We are continually adding fabric lines from which we offer many of our quilt kits.
“It’s Wallowa Lake” is available in the shop until September 8th as part of the nation wide “Row by Row Experience”. Visit us to pick up your FREE pattern. For more information visit Row by Row Experience.
Are you interested in learning to quilt? Sign up for one of Sue’s BEGINNING QUILTING classes. Dates are set as soon as four people are signed up, stop the shop to join the newest list. The cost of this class is only $40, which includes four sessions held on Fridays from 12:30 to 4:30. Requisite book “Let’s Start Quilting” by Alex Anderson is available at a 20% discount with paid fees.
This is a rare opportunity to take a summer-time class at our shop! Out of Focus, designed & taught by Colleen Blackwood, from Pendleton, is a true beauty. It’s a study in half-square triangles, so easy piecing! You’ll enjoy learning all the possibilities and see just how the simple half-square triangle unit can blend and blur straight lines! Treat yourself to some awesome color choices with this exclusive pattern. Colleen just finished a week’s teaching at the famous Sister’s Quilt Show, and we are pleased to be bringing her to our little ole’ shop in downtown Joseph!
Out of Focus Class: August 22
Teacher: Colleen Blackwood
Shirley Crawford will be here November 14th to teach her “Crosscut Stars over Peaks & Valleys” class. This is an amazing pattern that Shirley has designed.
Crosscut Stars over Peaks & Valleys class: Nov. 14
Teacher: Shirley Crawford