Alpine Quilt Group part 2 - Trunk Show

This month's trunk show was by Joylynn Cluny. I think she lives in the Salt Lake County area and she brought a friend and her machine quilter with her. It was a really nice presentation. She is a very prolific quilter and her quilts were well done and interesting.

This is Joylynn on the left and one of her friends on the right. I can't tell you how many quilts she brought but my 20 pictures are only a sampling of the total shown.

These 2 above are obviously the same quilt in 2 different color combinations. I have made this quilt before. Its Grandma's dishes from Blackmountain Sea Side Cottage book. Out of print, though, I think but its still around, I'm sure. My version was given to my daughter Whitney.

I thought this was a really clever way to make a bee out of a black button. Sweet, huh?

This was one of my favorites Joylynn showed. I love aprons and love vintage. It is a darling quilt. It is a pattern by a local quilt designer, Lori Holt called Apron Club.
This is another Lori Holt quilt called Grandma's Kitchen. I've got this pattern, too. Always wanted to do this one as well. Hey life's not over yet. There's time?

This is also a design by a local quilt artist based on the life of Joseph Smith.

I thought this quilt was cute but apparently I didn't get a picture of the whole thing. It is a sewing themed quilt. I thought it was clever that she used a washer for the blade of the rotary cutter. The whole quilt was clever, really.

This is the cover quilt from the Seaside Cottage book by Teri Christofferson. I've always wanted to make this quilt. I may even have this fabric. Gotta love those cherries.

I thought this was a fun quilt. Its obviously an Eye Spy quilt but she combined back ground fabric and the fabric in the magnifying glass that was similar so that it looked like the magnifying glass was really showing detail from the back ground fabric. I hope that makes sense. Anyway, cute quilt.

I think I have this pattern, too. No quilt though.

This last quilt was brought by Joylynn's friend Kathy Young. She is a machine quilter. This quilt was made to remember her mother by. It was very sweet.

Ok that about does it for the quilt night. It is always fun to see what others are doing and be with friends. - nanette

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Anonymous said...

I love those quilts. The Joseph Smith one makes me want to finish mine... from several years ago!

Eileen said...

Wow. This is enough stuff to last us a week!
Ok. I definitely think you should make that Grandma's Kitchen.. that is as cute as a button and would be so much fun.
Also, I bet you'll be adding that button bee to your things.. what a great idea!

erica e said...

wow! what an inspiring evening! i love them all.

Purple and Paisley said...

oh my goodness...the blue and white one is one of my favorites...and the grandma's dishes? i love it...the i spy quilt is very clever, too (you explained it just right)...and the sewing quilt is great...and the aprons are fantastic! i could go on and on...thanks for the show! have to go back and look some more...=) p.s. no spelling errors! good job and get better!

Thimbleanna said...

Wow Nanette! Just Wow. What a great groups of quilt -- and quilters. How lucky you are to be surrounded by such inspiration. Love, love that little bee! Thanks for sharing.

Sarah and Jack said...

I actually squealed out loud when I saw that apron quilt.

jen duncan said...

Oh gosh Nanette. I can't pick a favorite (and luckily I don't have to!) but thanks so much for sharing all these pics the past couple of days! Now I can just come back here occasionally when I need inspiration. :-)

Abby and Stephanie said...

What a creative and talented group of ladies. My absolutely favorite is Grandma's Kitchen. If I only liked to applique`.

Cheryl said...

Thanks for the WONDERFUL quilt show - each and every one beautiful. Love that apron quilt and think I'll go check out her patterns.

Neil said...

Thanks, Nanette, you made a little old woman in Liberia very happy today. Love those Teri Christopherson quilts. I will be coming back and looking for weeks. Lola's MUM

Darlene said...

Wow, so much incredible eye-candy. Thank you for sharing.

I've had fabric set aside for Grandma's Dishes for several years and have yet to make it. LOL