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Thread: My Texas Jane

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    I love it, I am gone to make a sampler quilt one of these days. may be next year, after I am done with Christmas this year. thank you so much for sharing your beautiful work. God bless. Penny

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    How in the world did I miss this before? This quilt is amazing and no PP?!?!? Wow you are one very talented piecer! I also love your Texas originals to the quilt and love how you placed the colors of the blocks to give that graduated square on point appearance going from green to peach to blue! Simply inspiring!

    I would definitely wait until you get really comfortable with your longarm before putting this baby on the frame.

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    So creative, and personalized. Great job, and you are so speedy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisBehavin'
    Last summer when Klue, Esq and Sandpat were discussing the Jane Stickle quilt I decided I NEEDED to make one, too. I started on Nov 17 (kept a block diary) and finished piecing the top with 2 borders on May 15. If I take out a month we were away plus Christmas week, thats less than 5 months start to finish. They were addicitve! I only pieced a few with the applique since I'm not an appliquer and the rest I machine pieced, no PP. I did substitute about 15 blocks with my Texana pieces and others with midget block at random. My favorite is the A&M logo (where my oldest grandson is studying thru the Seaman to Admiral program in the US Navy). Now the hard part of quilting it! I'm very open to suggestions as how to showcase the quilt with the quilting. I just got a LAQ but haven't developed any skills with it.
    Wow, so beautiful. Good job.

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    great adaptation!

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    WOW and double WOW!! Awesome quilt!!!!!!

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    Oh my what a beautiful quilt.

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