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Thread: finished Dear Jane blocks.................

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    Oh my, so this is why it's been kind of quiet from your corner of the world. Simply amazing, T! Simply amazing. G
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    Wow!!! Your DJ is absolutely gorgeous!!! I love the soft colors. I also love that you put cornerstones in that relate to a block next to it....very creative and also soothing. I've been working on the triangles w/o much thought to color....just using up my cw prints....Hope it will turn out even 1/4 as nice as yours. Don't have many in the center done yet....but, I do have a trip around the world color scheme....we'll see. Thanks SO much for the inspiration. Just LOVE your quilt

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    This is so beautiful and is really making me rethink my civil war theme. As much as I love civil war prints. I know at the rate I'm going this will be my one and only Jane.

    I'm amazed at how casually you speak of your work. Being even board with some blocks? I stress out on everyone. I think I would have enjoyed reading a diary of your step by step process. And having all your tips for each block. You have made this quilt seem so easy peasy to do. Maybe I should "think like granny" as I make my blocks!

    Thank you so much for sharing!
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    OMG, your quilt is gorgeous. The colors you choose are gorgeous. You've done an awesome job so far so I'm sure you will finish this quilt with the same expertise that you've done all the blocks so far.

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    Awesome job. I got that far and then threw all the blocks in the garbacge, I don't think mine were near as nice as yours.

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    Absolutely stunning! You are a very talented and devoted quilter...This is a beautiful quilt!

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    Plus two... That is exactly what I was thinking.

    [QUOTE=Murphy1;5449200]I am in awe. Your blocks are beautiful and I love your soft colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1 View Post
    I am in awe. Your blocks are beautiful and I love your soft colors. I so admire the efforts of those who make this quilt. I tried to make the Farmer's Wife quilt blocks which were 6 inch and found I was not very accurate so stopped. To create these 4 inch blocks is really an accomplishment. Thank you for posting. I look forward to seeing your post when you add the triangle border. What an heirloom. Love it.
    My sentiments exactly love it.
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    Absolutely my favorite dear jane, amazing color choices, so much better than the standard choices. I doubt I will everattempt a dear jane, not intersting to me, but maybe if there were more like this one, I would have to change my mind!
    Debs Herold & Hemi (ADA Service Dog)

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