Alpine Quilt Group July 2010

Last Tuesday was our monthly quilt meeting and I took some really pitiful photos. I started out okay and ended up with my battery dying and me using my iphone which equaled some not so hot photography.
Here is Paula, our leader this year, holding up the most darling bag.
This strip quilt is really cute. I think this is another good idea for those Moda Candy Bars.
Bonnie recently finished her "Going to Market" basket quilt. I love it. Of course.
Helen and one of her prize winning quilts.
Flora made this new quilt for her bedroom. It turned out lovely. Who wouldn't want this on their bed!
Flora also made this quilt from a Sandy Klop line that will soon be hitting stores. Cute.
Here is the famous Jill Finley. She is showing one of her newest patterns. I really love this one Jill. This would make a lovely quilt for a guest room I think.
Here is Lori showing us a "stash only " quilt she made for her soon to be daughter-in-law. Love those "free" type quilts.
We had a marvelous trunk show by Amy of American Quilting in Orem, Utah. Amy is a sweetheart and has a wonderful shop. Amy brought 3 of her daughters and her DIL (plus a baby grandson). None of my photos with the them turned out, sadly. But they were a great help to their mom. Amy is showing a block from a vintage quilt her grandmother made. Of course I loved it.
This is also a vintage quilt belonging to Amy. Love the fabrics. And Trip Around the World is one of my personal favorite patterns.
I'm so glad my camera lasted at least this long to get the vintage quilts Amy showed. Isn't this kitty in the pussy willows so incredibly cute!
Here we get into the iphone photos. Sorry. This is a beautiful quilt though.
This is a recreation quilt based on the vintage block in the frame that Amy showed above.
Amy's basket quilt.
Sorry you can't see these. These are 2 sunbonnet quilts. They are really fun.
This is one of Amy's block of the month quilts. Amy has more than 500 women that come to the shop to participate in her block of the month projects. Isn't that amazing. I adore Amy and she has great stuff going on with her own store and successful pattern company.

Quilt group was fun! Holy Cow it is August already now.

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Thimbleanna said...

Looks like another great quilt group! And can you believe August is here? I'm in denial! ;-)

Darlene said...

Another night with lots of talented women. Thank you for sharing.

Rae Ann said...

Looks like a wonderful night of gorgeous quilts. So happy that you shared with us!
I especailly love Jill's new quilt!

Nedra said...

I love seeing the Alpine group photo's, and appreciate your efforts each month. It makes me feel like I am almost there, even when I can't attend. I think your shots turned out great.
I loved them all especially the kitty in the pussy willow. Very unique.

Lynn said...

How fun looking at all of these quilts. Thanks for sharing with us!

Brandie said...

All the quilts are gorgeous. Thanks for taking photos, even with your iphone, they look great.

Shannon said...

Love the quilts and the bag. I was the teacher of this bag last week at Dave's Bernina. Was it Kaye that brought the bag. It looks like you always have fun at your group. I have a post about the bag class on my blog.

Sandi Linn Andersen said...

I just love a visit to the meeting of the Alpine Quilters! All the quilts are always so beeeeeeautiful! Yes, August already, I can't believe how time flies..... Thanks for sharing so many lovely things that provide so much inspiration!

pratima said...

Thank you Nanette for sharing the beautiful quilts. The kitties are adorable and I love the soft colors of the quilt :)

★Carol★ said...

I had to go back a second time and look at them all over again! They're all so beautiful, and it's unbelievable how many patterns there are out there, and more being created every day. And that quilt with the kitties in the pussy willows? Easily the cutest quilt ever!
Happy Monday!

Pat said...

Your group is truly amazing!!!

Martha said...

WOW!! beautiful quilts. I see some patterns I have to buy.

Julia said...

Loved seeing all the beautiful quilts Nanette...very inspiring..
Julia ♥

Elaine/Muddling Through said...

Ah, Nanette, what a marvelously talented group of ladies you have there! I love seeing what your group makes. There's always something to delight!

Elaine Adair said...

You have a bunch of clever ladies in your group - all so talented!!!

Sherry said...

Thank you so much for sharing all the gorgeous quilts. So much talent there.

Sharleen said...

I'm glad you always post picture of Alpine Quilt group. I missed the show and tell last time so I was happy to see what I missed. Thanks again.

Unknown said...

oh nanette, thanks for the wonderful show!!!!

Kimberly Whispell said...

Those are all so gorgeous, thanks for sharing!

fiberdoodles said...

Oh my such talent! Thank you so much for sharing these lovely photos of pure eye candy ;0)

Jenny said...

I just love Bonnie! She is in my ward and teaching a quilting class that I attend. I have learned so much from her. I love seeing all her amazing quilts.

The quilts all look amazing.

Kim D. said...

Thanks for sharing all the beautiful quilts Nanette. Looks like you have some very talented ladies in your group.

Jill Finley said...

You always do such a good job documenting everything! Thanks for taking all the photos. I was so glad to get another peek at that cherry quilt, and Amy did a wonderful job, didn't she! It was inspiring.
See you next time!

Lori Holt said...

Wonderful show and tell Nanette.
Flora's quilt is so beautiful and how fun to have Amy there! I just love her:)

Ivory Spring said...

Wow, what stunning quilts.

Sammy said...

Oh my !! Every thing is beautiful.



Sammy said...

Oh my !! Every thing is beautiful.



maria said...

All those quilts are so beautiful and so much work went into them.

I'm in awe of those quilters.