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MJ writes about Char #4: "Years ago, an image of a lovely crystal arrived in my mailbox. That little gem not only caught my attention, it grabbed hold of my soul. In doing so, it launched a journey that has enriched my life. May you experience as much joy in viewing them as I have had in creating them."

Watch MJ in Show 2407.

Char#4byMJKinman - 32 Pieces Non-Rotating

Char#4byMJKinman - 98 Pieces Non-Rotating

Char#4byMJKinman - 299 Pieces Non-Rotating

Char#4byMJKinman - 32 Pieces Rotating

Char#4byMJKinman - 98 Pieces Rotating

Char#4byMJKinman - 299 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: John Anderson

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MJ Kinman's quilt, Communion, got its name when it was baptized, by accident, with a little bit of red wine. You can hear the whole story in Show 2407.

CommunionbyMJKinman - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

CommunionbyMJKinman - 99 Pieces Non-Rotating

CommunionbyMJKinman - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

CommunionbyMJKinman - 35 Pieces Rotating

CommunionbyMJKinman - 99 Pieces Rotating

CommunionbyMJKinman - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: John Anderson

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This is a beautiful star block from Jinny. Do you know what it's called? Play the game and find out.

 
 

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Heidi snapped a photo of a mother and daughter at just the right moment and captured the love you can see between them. She turned that photo into her quilt, Adoring Eyes.

Watch Heidi in Show 2406.

AdoringEyesbyHeidiProffetty - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

AdoringEyesbyHeidiProffetty - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

AdoringEyesbyHeidiProffetty - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

AdoringEyesbyHeidiProffetty - 36 Pieces Rotating

AdoringEyesbyHeidiProffetty - 100 Pieces Rotating

AdoringEyesbyHeidiProffetty - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Heidi created this quilt based on a photograph taken when she was pregnant with her second child. It captures a wonderful moment when her daughter gave a flower to her soon-to-be baby sister and asked, "Is she ready yet?"
 
Heidi used an original technique that begins with a hand-drawn mosaic design, which is then traced and cut with a digital cutter. There are more than 5000 individual pieces fused and quilted onto the quilt.
 
Is She Ready Yet? won First Place - People, Portraits, and Figures at the Houston International Quilt Festival 2018.
 
 

Watch Heidi in Show 2406.

IsSheReadyYet?byHeidiProffetty - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

IsSheReadyYet?byHeidiProffetty - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

IsSheReadyYet?byHeidiProffetty - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

IsSheReadyYet?byHeidiProffetty - 36 Pieces Rotating

IsSheReadyYet?byHeidiProffetty - 100 Pieces Rotating

IsSheReadyYet?byHeidiProffetty - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Play Jinny's Memory Match game and find out the name of this lovely block.

 
 



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