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Midge Kincaid
Midge Kincaid
Midge is a retired, award-winning quilter born and raised in California. She has been quilting for 20 years. Needlecraft has been part of her life since childhood. She enjoys the challenge of designing her own quilts, as well as putting her personal touch to commercial patterns. She has recently started working with fabric photo transfer for custom projects, and has had success with commissioned projects. Midge has also written an article which was published in "The Quilt Pattern Magazine" (TQPM).
Midge accepts commissions for small quilts and photo quilts.

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Thank you so much for putting me in touch with Midge Kincaid. I have received her quilted throw Autumn Leaves and am just thrilled with it! Midge did a wonderful job working with Cheryl Mycroft’s design. Midge was a joy to work with. She & I had a great discussion about the quilt which will be presented to me by my employer as a retirement gift on Feb. 18th. I look forward to living with it for many years to come and can only report the whole transaction easy & trouble free. - Cullen Morton, Victoria BC, Canada

I purchased Blue Feathered Star from Midge Kincaid. I had been looking for a quilt and finally came across the Quilts for Sale website, where I saw a picture of Blue Feathered Star. I was struck by the beauty of the quilt, and the superb way Midge combined colors and fabrics to create a striking quilt, yet a quilt that is visually appealing (because the colors are blended so well). I purchased the quilt, and I was delighted to see that the quilt is just as beautiful in person. And, I was delighted to find out that Midge is a lovely person, who puts a lot of love into her quilts, as well as skill. I’ve commissioned her to create another quilt for me, and I can’t wait until it arrives! I was nervous to order a quilt online too, so I’m happy to help others. Your website inspired confidence though, so I took the plunge! - Susan K., Bethlehem, PA.

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_Autumn Leaves

Designer: Cheryl Mycroft of Random Threadz
For sale with permission of designer/publisher.

_Autumn Leaves
Size: 52 x 52 inches (Lap/Throw or Wall Size)
Description: The colors of Autumn enhance this artful design of maple leaves being blown around against the night sky. Many shades of green were used to create dimension for the leaves on the tree. Fine free-motion quilting enhances the rich background of deep midnight blue. Used as a wall piece, lap quilt, or to add emphasis folded across the foot of a bed, this quilt will add a beautiful accent.
A 3-line personalized machine embroidered label will be furnished upon request. - My quilts are made in my smoke-free home.
Technique: Machine Piece., Machine Raw Edge Appliqued. Free-Motion Quilted on a Longarm Quilting Machine.
Lynn Gettings  gramyxseven@gmail.com
Fabrics: 100% Cotton
Batting: The Warm Company, Warm and Natural (TM) -80% Polyester/20% Cotton
Care: This quilt can be machine washed on the delicate cycle with quilt soap or a mild detergent. Dry on the low setting.
Price: $ 500.00 U.S. + Shipping & Insurance

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_Blue Feathered Star

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Designer: Paper-pieced portion taken from Sue Garman's pattern, "Stars for a New Day" which was a free pattern to all members of The Quilt Show online.
For sale with permission of designer/publisher.

_Blue Feathered Star
Size: 38.5 x 38.5 inches (Wall Size)
Description: This was an entry in JoAnn Stores' "Choose Your Colors" contest, disposition to be determined January 31, 2011. It has strong details with nicely matched points on the feathered star and diamond border. Striking blues and browns give excellent contrast to the feathered star and white background.
The unique outside border fabric was quilted over a flannel fabric and preshrunk twice before cutting and sewing to the quilt top. This creates an interesting textured, "crinkled" appearance to the batik, adding additional interest. Quilting threads include Sulky Silver "Sliver," Holoshimmer blue and turquoise, Sulky Rayon and Continuous Filament Polyester bobbin thread.
Technique: Feathered star and diamonds were machine paper-pieced. The remainder of the quilt is Midge's personal design. Machine free-motion quilted except in areas where a quilting foot was required.
Fabrics: 100% Cotton Batiks and Paisley, Top and Back
Batting: 100% Wool
Care: May be machine washed in Cold Water, Hand Wash Cycle, and fluff dried, No Heat Cycle. Lay flat to finish drying. Little to no ironing is needed.
Price: $ 400.00 U.S. Free Shipping and Insurance within the U.S.
Shipping, Handling and Insurance on orders outside the U.S.

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