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August That Alpine Quilt Group

August has come and gone.Here are the  pictures of That Alpine Quilt Group show and tell and then quilts by Konda who owns http://www.moosequilts.com/

I hope you enjoy all the fabulous quilts.
Love the red and yellow.

This is the million dollar quilt. Each block represents the story behind a letter from her son who served a 2 year mission. Don't you think that is such a great idea. I love it.
I love all the hand embroidery on this quilt. It will be a classic.

This was a block exchange quilt. She did a great job of her colors and arranging of blocks. I think this quilt turned out great.
Look at cheryl with her cute apron.


These ghosts are made out of mens handkerchiefs.

This quilt is by Kim Wallus. You can find out about it on her blog.
http://bittybitsandpieces.blogspot.com/




Konda Luckau shares her love of charm packs and has written many fabulous books. She did a great trunk show.
Scott Jarrard is the designer of this monster line.



I love seeing Riley Blake fabric. This is Wheels.

Hope you enjoyed all the wonderful quilts that Konda shared. Check out her website.http://www.moosequilts.com/

How cute is this for a little boy. It's so charming.

These are 2 fabulous quilts out of Riley Blake Design fabric. Summer Song below and Felicity above. I think they are both adorable.

Comments

  1. Where could I find the pattern for the airplane quilt?

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  2. Yes please! I am looking for the pattern for the airplane quilt as well. It is beautiful!

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  3. And I would also like to have the pattern for the airplane quilt. Thanks.

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  4. Please, may I have info on purchasing this pattern?

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  5. I would like to know about the airplane quilt pattern as well. Anyone find it? Thanks.
    Kim

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  6. Did anyone ever find out about the airplane quilt pattern?

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  7. can I get a pattern for the baby boy airplane quilt?

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  8. Where could I find the pattern for the airplane quilt? Can i get a pattern for it?
    my email: wmills3@stny.rr.com

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  9. Very similar plane design
    https://www.rileyblakedesigns.com/shop/product/760921594933/

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