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Thread: Orphan Dear Jane blocks

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    Orphan Dear Jane blocks

    Chay, here on the QB, was offering up some of her orphan Dear Jane blocks. I was the lucky recipient. I needed a very light summer cover-up/jacket to take on my vacation, so I came up with this:
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    It was a real hit and conversation starter. Thanks Chay!!!
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    Beautiful!

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    Great job!

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    That's adorable! Great use of orphans..they don't look like orphans at all!
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    You are very imaginative! It's too cute. Wish I were somewhere that was cool this summer!

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    Wow you did those orphan blocks proud!
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    Cute jacket! Great use of those lovely orphan blocks!
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    It is just so lovely.Orphan. locks are great!

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    very pretty and would love to have one

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    Quote Originally Posted by debquilts2 View Post
    very pretty and would love to have one
    this is how I designed it in my mind but had a hard time finding the fabric. finally located it at Hancock's but it was a bit pricey as it had just arrived... might be on sale or clearance by now
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