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Montana Lone Star is from the Jan Krentz book Lone Star Quilting and Beyond. The book pattern is called "Spiral Lone Star" and is partially paper-pieced. The quilting on this wall hanging features stippling behind the sharp points, ribbons through the points, and quarter-inch echoing around the central star pattern.

Quilted May 8, 2002.

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Detail of Montana Lone Star is the northeast corner block, showing the ribbon and stipple quilting in the points and the quarter-inch outline in the star.

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Moon Glow, a Jinny Beyer block-of-the-month kit introduced in 2000. Each of the Mariner's Compass blocks in this quilt represents one of the Mare or "seas" on the moon. The central quilting motif chosen for this quilt is the circle and arc in the borders and "glow" blocks. The Mariner's Compass blocks are stippled in the background, with ribbons running through the compass points. An ivy leaf motif runs through the sashing. This view shows 16 of the 25 blocks in the whole quilt.

Quilted May 6, 2002.

Third Place Viewer's Choice, Paper Pieced in Whole or in Part category, Missoula Quilter's Guild "Stars Across America Quilt Show 2002."

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Moon Glow detail, showing the circle, ivy, ribbon, and stipple themes.

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