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Thread: Finished my second Dear Jane top!

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    very very nice, don't think I will every get up the nerve to try a dear jane.

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    two of them - wow!! I have looked at that quilt and thought about having a go and thats as far as it got - they are stunning

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    Beautiful. Love the colors in both.

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    Oh my goodness it is beautiful.

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    WOW..Beautiful...

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    Wow, you have done TWO. I haven't started on my first. This is future to do. I will bookmark yours and go to it for inspirations!

    Thanks for sharing. Your quilt is beautiful and I really like the colors.

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    Wow that is very pretty. I can't imagine doing two of them! Lots of work on that quilt!

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    Absolutely beautiful Dear Jane quilt.

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    Beautiful - I love this done with just the 2 colors..it is spectacular!!!

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    Karenfae, Your quilt is gorgeous with just the red. What colors did you use in your first DJ? I've considered making a DJ, also, but haven't had time, yet. Thanks for sharing. Eiltcoq.

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    my first is pictured by my name - all kinds of scraps in no special order with a snow Kona Cotton background.
    thanks all

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenfae
    Just this morning I managed to finished my second dear jane top - of course it still needs to be quilted and I won't get around to doing that for awhile - here is a photo --
    edited: more photos on my blog
    Oh, WOW! I never knew someone who did 2, one seems so insurmountable to me. Kudos to you. It is beautiful. :thumbup:

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    It is gorgeous. I can't imagine making one much less two.

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    Absolutely beautiful. You must have a lot of patience. :thumbup:

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    Holy Cow!!!! That is beautiful. What's next?

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    Wow, unbelievable that you have made two Dear Jane's. That is quite an accomplishment. Thanks for sharing.

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    wow

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    Gorgeous in the red and white! I can't believe you've completed 2 of these! As far as I'm concerned, once you've done one of these you've reached your peak and you can retire!

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    That is truly spectacular! I cannot believe it is your second one - and hand pieced too! You must have a lot of patience! I adore it and admire your persistence.

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    You sure deserve a medal for finishing one DJ let alone 2 of them!!!

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    You did such a beatiful job!!! I love the 2 colors!!!

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    I am impressed. It is a true work of art. I love your use of just two colors, it looks amazing.

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    Stunning! Beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenfae
    my first is pictured by my name - all kinds of scraps in no special order with a snow Kona Cotton background.
    thanks all
    How long does it take you? Do you use a pattern book? Do you do it by hand? They both are stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCL in FL
    Quote Originally Posted by karenfae
    my first is pictured by my name - all kinds of scraps in no special order with a snow Kona Cotton background.
    thanks all
    How long does it take you? Do you use a pattern book? Do you do it by hand? They both are stunning.
    And as I went back to read others remarks you had answered all my questions.Sorry.

    I'm working on a cathedral window that will take me years. I'm putting the color windows in by hand and that takes a while. I don't work on it daily but it's something I can take with me when we travel.When I finish that a DJ is on my list. Can you recommend a book for the patterns?
    I'll bet someday you revisit the insanity!!!

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