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This is a beautiful star from Jinny Beyer. Do you think it could be strip pieced? Maybe if you knew the name of the block, you could look it up and find out. Play the game and learn the name.

 
 

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Mark created this quilt in memory of his Dad (who his kids called Poppy). His two kids are in the quilt as butterflies and Mark is in the quilt as a frog. He told his kids as a joke, "if you don't behave, I'm going to eat you..."

Watch Mark Sherman in Show 2301: Luminous Stained Glass Quilts.

PoppysRainbowbyMarkSherman - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

PoppysRainbowbyMarkSherman - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

PoppysRainbowbyMarkSherman - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

PoppysRainbowbyMarkSherman - 36 Pieces Rotating

PoppysRainbowbyMarkSherman - 100 Pieces Rotating

PoppysRainbowbyMarkSherman - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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This was Mark's attempt at incorporating a face into a stained glass window quilt, just like Tiffany's stained glass windows. It took him over one month just to get the eyes right. We think his attempt was quite successful.

Watch Mark Sherman in Show 2301: Luminous Stained Glass Quilts.

BountybyMarkSherman - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

BountybyMarkSherman - 96 Pieces Non-Rotating

BountybyMarkSherman - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

BountybyMarkSherman - 35 Pieces Rotating

BountybyMarkSherman - 96 Pieces Rotating

BountybyMarkSherman - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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Don't you love how Jinny uses border prints in her blocks? Find out the name of this block when you play the game.

 
 

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Ann writes about the flower in her quilt, "There are many unique flowering plants in the Pacific Northwest, among them is the Clackamas Iris (Iris tenuis). This rare iris has narrow petals and leaves, and can be found growing in small clearings one encounters in Douglas Fir forests. Also called a “grass iris” because their leaves grow in dense grass like clumps, these small, spring blooming flowers are easy to miss."

Watch Ann Shaw in Show 2213: Amish Remix and Quilting On The Road.

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 36 Pieces Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 100 Pieces Rotating

TheClackamasIrisbyAnnShaw - 289 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Ann Shaw

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This quilt was inspired by the brick pattern you often see in Amish quilts. In it, Ann was exploring different shapes and using a softer color palette.

Watch Ann Shaw in Show 2213: Amish Remix and Quilting On The Road.

BrickedbyAnnShaw - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

BrickedbyAnnShaw - 96 Pieces Non-Rotating

BrickedbyAnnShaw - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

BrickedbyAnnShaw - 35 Pieces Rotating

BrickedbyAnnShaw - 96 Pieces Rotating

BrickedbyAnnShaw - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis