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Thread: I feel stupid asking this, but....

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    Question I feel stupid asking this, but....

    what is a Dear Jane quilt? How does it differ from other quilts? Does the quilt have anything to do with American Jane fabric? I guess that's three questions. Would someone take pity and clue me in?

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    This might explain more
    http://www.dearjane.com/
    The biggest risk is the one not taken

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    This explains it!

    Dear Jane Quilt

    This is a picture of one!

    I have finished my 'Dear Jane' quilt.
    Sheena

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    Thank you SO much! My name is Jane and I'm intrigued - now I have to try to make one.

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    Your quilt is so beautiful! I can't imagine sewing all those thousands of pieces together. As I get better at quilting, maybe I'll have the gumption to try!

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    i began one [actually 3] with the sew along here on the board. life got in the way, but i'll definitely get back to it once i get settled in my new location.
    here's a link to the sew along 2012-2013 Dear Jane Stickle 2d Cyber Party Pictures and Discussion
    Nancy in western NY

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    This is a quilt that I would love to make - I'm so used to string piecing and this one you cut for one block at a time - I've been working on a couple block of the month quilts in order to get used to that process. I may have to spring for the book - the next problem is how to choose the colors for it!

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