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July Alpine Quilt Group


We have the best show and tell at our quilt group. This is a quilt called "Going to Market" just finished and ready to be quilted by Bonnie Miles. I think that black and white stripe makes this quilt.
This is a fabulous quilt by Helen Butler. Her workmanship is exquisite.

This is the back of a quilt that flora did for her bedroom. It's a great fabric.

This is the front of the quilt. It's beautiful!


This is a beautiful quilt by Jill Finley. My picture doesn't do it justice from the side.

This is another one of Nanette's fantastic jelly roll quilts. Look at all those great vintage prints. She really does a great job of coordinating fun prints to give this wonderful vintage feel to her quilts.

This is one of Flora Gillman's fun quilts she did with Sandy Clop fabrics. A very simple but fun way to use a border print.

Now here begins the show that was done by American Quilting Store owner Amy. I couldn't take pictures of everything so I'm just showing a few of my favorites. This is one of her block of the month quilts.

Here's another block of the Month Quilt.


How cute is this! I Love it!

And still another one. Aren't they just so cute. It's no wonder she has about 500 people signing up for these block of the months. They're fabulous!


Look at all those cute little blocks on point. Don't these all just make you want to quilt?

Another fabulous quilt! Amy brought with her some of her cute daughters that are so great at helping Amy do the wonderful things she does.


Amy likes working with wool and has some great patterns using wool. I love this Halloween place mat or wall hanging.

Look at this great over sized Christmas tree skirt! A lot of times skirts are too small but this one is a nice size that you can still see, even with gifts on top of it.

How cute is this vintage quilt? Amy has a wonderful collection of vintage quilts.

Look at this farm quilt with all those cute animals! Don't all these cute quilts just get you in the mood for quilting. I love being inspired by all my friends who are so talented.

Now get to work everyone and start quilting! Can't wait to see what next month brings.

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