couldn't find the other thread about it
I think this is interesting:
On page 61 of the Dear Jane book:
"The Quilt holds many surprises. In trying to draft the patterns, I kept wondering why some of the blocks looked larger than others, like K-1 and K-2. I now know the truth: your blocks, my dear lady, vary in size from three to five inches" You are certainly a trickster! Did the sizeof youyr block depend upon the amount fabric you had? (I dare not deviate from the 4 1/2" format for Baby Janes. I don't believe today's quilters would be willing to deal with so many sizes.}"
I thought the blocks looked like they were different sized in the picture of the quilt.
How many of you were aware that the blocks in the original quilt were of different sizes and that Jane used sashing to "make them work."