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  1. pntdldy46's Avatar
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    I am totally impressed!
  2. Jingle's Avatar
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    All of your blocks are beautiful and so crisp looking. you have done a beautiful job on it. Please show us when it is all done.
  3. GV09's Avatar
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    WOW! I LOVE ALL THOSE! They are so great! Congrats! Enjoy! A big hug!!!
  4. Kitsie's Avatar
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    I used freezer paper piecing for most of it so far! Thanks!
  5. ettyo@aol.com's Avatar
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    Wow, so pretty, is it aper piecing?
    ettyo@aol.com
  6. craftiladi's Avatar
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    Carrie I was thinking the same thing......Kitsie very nice, congrats on a great project.
  7. Carrie B's Avatar
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    Hi, I was looking at this quilt and it reminds me of "It's a Small World" at Disneyland. Beautiful.
  8. GV09's Avatar
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    Super very nice blocks!
    And the pictures too! Hahaha!!!
    An strong hug, my friend!
  9. GV09's Avatar
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    WOW! I love those, Kitsie!
    I like the tiny triangles! Congrats!
    You dou a very great job!
    A big hug!
  10. GV09's Avatar
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    I LOVE THAT! Thank you very much for sharing your photos! H-8 is so beautiful! Would I not do it again! Remember: "Finished better than perfect"! It's a great phrase to follow! I I learned with my DJ! A big hug and happy weekend!
  11. GV09's Avatar
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    WOW!!!
    Kitsie I love your blocks! I love their "hearts"! But if you want more "soft" is best make the shape in a template (can be a carton) and pass a basting around the part. So when you pull the basting thread fabric adapts better to the shape and curves will be "smooth". Then sprayed with starch and iron to ensure. As with the circles, but with the way you need. I hope to be clear and that the translator I do not play a dirty trick!A big hug!
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    I do like your update on your journey through Dear Jane. It sounds like you are having a blast. You must have a varied stash. Such interesting fabric bits. Thanks for all the photos.
  13. Kitsie's Avatar
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    Would you please show yours to us! It sounds intriguing! At the moment it is the only quilt I'm doing but it is not boring as each block is so different!

    I hope the wars will end much before you finish yours! I hope I have inspired you to continue with a few more blocks!
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    I was introduced to the Dear Jane quilt at a retreat back in August 2002 and immediately started one. I am appliqueing mine and using a black outline stitch to embroidery the edges of each piece in the block. I call it "Edges in Black" and am dedicating each block to a soldier who lost his/her life in Afghanistan or Iraq since I began the block in 2002. I just looked at the notebook I am keeping on this project and my last letter is dated Sept. 30, 2004. It has been a while since I worked on it! I write a letter to Jane each time I finish a block and tell her my feelings about making it and what was happening in my life while I was working on it and who it is dedicated to. It's been 10 years since I began this quilt, so time to get it completed. Maybe the wars will end when I finised it!!!
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    WOW, Kitsie! More blocks wonderful!
    Do not look if they went "wonky", enjoy that are terminated. As they say Brenda rules "Finished is better than perfect"!
    Enjoy with them! I hope to finish tomorrow with D-7, D-8 and D-9 to publish.
    A big hug!
  16. GV09's Avatar
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    I like so much! This is a tinny pieces! WOW! Look so great and beautiful! A big hug!
  17. GV09's Avatar
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    WOWWWW! Kitsie ... I love your blocks! And the fabrics too! A big hug!
  18. judy363905's Avatar
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    WOW, Kitsie ...... I just love the diamonds on G-12... great use of fabric print...I have all my blocks, triangles, corners and plain triangles ready for sashing...plan on starting in November - should be cooler by then here in Arizona. I am really enjoying following your progresss.

    Judy in Phx, AZ
  19. Kitsie's Avatar
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    One block at a time - that's how to do it! Thanks for looking!
  20. slhigby's Avatar
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    wow that is beautiful. It looks really hard.
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