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Best of Show winner dedicated her quilt to her late mother
When they finally called Sherry Reynolds to the stage to accept the Handi Quilter Best of Show Award, she practically raced to the front of the ballroom at the George R. Brown Convention Center as friends stood with cell phones documenting every second on video. It was the second Best of Show honor for Reynolds at the Houston show, which in the quilting world could be compared to the World Series, Super Bowl and the Oscars all rolled into one. Getting political: Unique exhibit tackles top human rights topics. Her large quilt is an ornate pattern of reds, blues, greens and yellows -- it has to be seen in person to appreciate its extraordinary beauty -- was inspired by her late mother, Carolyn Craven, who died in November after struggling with multiple sclerosis for 40 years. My mother was thankful for every day she had and when she was gone I wanted to make something beautiful in her honor," Reynolds said as fans gathered around to congratulate her.
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