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Red on Black by Karen Martin IPA:  Gorgeous peony bloom, worked in photoshop and Picasa.  Nikon D40x with 18-55mm lens, hand held.

Red on Black by Karen Martin IPA: Gorgeous peony bloom, worked in photoshop and Picasa. Nikon with lens, hand held.

Hoshin Kanri: Creating a Strategy Deployment Plan That Gets Results  by The Karen Martin Group, Inc.  via slideshare

Hoshin Kanri: Creating a Strategy Deployment Plan That Gets Results by The Karen Martin Group, Inc. via slideshare

Value Stream Mapping by The Karen Martin Group, Inc.  via slideshare

Value Stream Mapping by The Karen Martin Group, Inc. via slideshare

Value Stream Mapping: What to Do Before You Dive In by The Karen Martin Group, Inc.  via slideshare

Value Stream Mapping: What to Do Before You Dive In by The Karen Martin Group, Inc. via slideshare

Keynote - SHS Conference February 2014 by The Karen Martin Group, Inc.  via slideshare

Keynote - SHS Conference February 2014 by The Karen Martin Group, Inc. via slideshare

Vote thru 12/15 for Morton Masterpiece. This quilt is The Courting Quilt made by Karen Martin

The Courting Quilt by Karen Martin. Blocks from book, A Bountiful Life by Karen Mowery. Patterns in the book are based on the Bird of Paradise quilt in the American Folk Art Museum

Value Stream Analysis: Beyond the Mechanics - Part 2 (Mapping Execution) by The Karen Martin Group, Inc. via slideshare

Value Stream Analysis: Beyond the Mechanics - Part 2 (Mapping Execution) by The Karen Martin Group, Inc. via slideshare

The Art of Karen Martin Sampson, CBS Sunday Morning

The Art of Karen Martin Sampson, CBS Sunday Morning sunshineeee

Value Stream Mapping with APICS Heartland

Value Stream Mapping with APICS Heartland

Growing out your blunt shoulder length hair? Layer it up. Love the brown and caramel ombr.

Growing out your blunt shoulder length hair? Layer it up. Love the brown and caramel ombr. Growing out your blunt shoulder length hair? Layer it up. Love the brown and…

FREE on Ravelry by Karen Martin Kepner. It seems counter-intuitive to decrease stitches by half at the beginning, but increasing back up to the original stitch count in the next row compensates nicely.

FREE on Ravelry by Karen Martin Kepner. It seems counter-intuitive to decrease stitches by half at the beginning, but increasing back up to the original stitch count in the next row compensates nicely.

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