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March Quilting with "That Alpine Quilt Group"


 March Quilting with "That Alpine Quilt Group"

Tonight was a fun filled night of show and tell and then a presentation by Alice Cosper and her quilting friends. 


Both these quilt patterns are Gigi's Thimble. A couple of the ladies showed their finished quilts. 
These turned out great!


A fun quilt finished from a class that was taught at Ruby's Inn by Sherry Boren.


This quilt has 3 dimensional butterflies and was quilted for her granddaughter. 
What a lucky girl!


I loved the colors in this quilt. It would make a great man quilt.


Loved the scrappy look of this quilt...



This is Paula McKinlay's Dear Jane quilt that her and I and Sherry Boren did years ago. She has finally put all the blocks together. It is so fabulous!!! Now to get mine finished.



This was the beginning of Alice and her friends.
I love the colors in this quilt...



The mint green in this quilt was amazing!



This quilt was inspiring...so beautifully done.


This quilt was hand quilted by her mother.
















The quilts were all so amazing and inspiring...
Lots of fun colors, ideas, and patterns.
There is a lot to be said about quilters quilting and sewing together...
we are all inspired by each other and it is so fun to share...

Happy Sewing!

Jina


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