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Thread: Dear Jane cheater cloth

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    Dear Jane cheater cloth

    I found this site that has Dear Jane cheater cloth on sale.

    http://www.cindysquiltshop.com/cgi-b...menu-4000.html

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    How fun! After seeing an amazing cheater top on QB quilted, I have a whole new appreciation for pre-printed panels.

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    Now thats probably the only way I'm going to do a Dear Jane. LOL

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    That is nice! It says that it is a kit and comes with the quilt top, binding and the pattern - If it is a cheater cloth, I'm confused as to what "pattern" you would need!!!
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    As far as I am concerned, nothing used in quilt making is a cheater. All fabrics are in the game. Only way I would make a dear jane quilt.
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    You've got it, Jingle. That's why I call these "efficiency panels"....there's really no *cheating* involved, you still have work to do quilting them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
    You've got it, Jingle. That's why I call these "efficiency panels"....there's really no *cheating* involved, you still have work to do quilting them!

    Jan in VA
    How neat Susanna! Thanks for posting it.

    That's so true Jingle & Jan. We should all start using your term Jan. "Efficiency panels" .... Love it!

    Tartan, did you mean this one by Linda D? http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t-t212297.html

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    I was unable to find any Dear Jane fabrics at all on that link above.
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    I couldn't find it either but if anybody does find it, please post it. Sounds like fun!

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    You know what - I bet they sold out. I googled and found another quilt shop carrying it:
    http://www.ozquilts.com.au/dear-jane...el-p34216.html

    Also a comment and a cute project on Flicker:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/6649386373/

    And a great picture in a post from our very own GrannieLOU:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...a-t190112.html

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    I have these from a quilter's estate sale. They are pieces from a panel, representing 20 different blocks; currently in six pieces. I thought at one time I would use them for quilt labels, but I will probably not use them, so will sell for $2 (All) plus postage.
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    That shop is in Australia shop so the shipping will be pricey for sure!
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    Jan, I call them "instant" quilts or whole cloth. Both terms fit, but I really like your "efficiency panels" !!!

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    Jenny, I'm interested. What would shipping be?

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    A few weeks ago I emailed that source in Australia for information on ordering the DJ cloth and they never responded to me. I guess I'll have to be happy with the real one I made.
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    Back Door in Greenwood, Indiana had some on the clearance rack. Not sure how much.

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    Ozquilts doesn't charge much at all for shipping. I just ordered two panels.

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    Liked what I saw a lot but didn't see cheater cloth there, so may not have clicked on the right stuff.


    Quote Originally Posted by Susanna10 View Post
    I found this site that has Dear Jane cheater cloth on sale.

    http://www.cindysquiltshop.com/cgi-b...menu-4000.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by nygal View Post
    I was unable to find any Dear Jane fabrics at all on that link above.
    I also looked everywhere. Typed in a number of things and still came up empty. Hope someone
    can come up swith the answer.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Ozquilts is very good to deal with.
    baystitch.com.au has the triangle boarder print "Dear Jane ll" 32708-x
    for sale. I have both these fabrics but I have not made the quilt as yet with fires and floods too much else on the plate.
    Last edited by NannaL; 02-01-2013 at 06:54 PM.

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    [QUOTE=BuzzinBumble;5829707]How neat Susanna! Thanks for posting it.

    That's so true Jingle & Jan. We should all start using your term Jan. "Efficiency panels" .... Love it!

    Tartan, did you mean this one by Linda D? http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture... t212297.html[/QUOTE

    Thank you for posting for I couldn't find it either.

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    Could not find it on the site. Could they have removed it after being sold out perhaps?

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