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Thread: My Dear Jane - Week # 30

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    My Dear Jane - Week # 30

    Hello everyone and happy Wednesday!
    How are you? I hope heart that very well!
    I continue forward with my Dear Jane, this is my personal Week 30!
    Are F-13, LS-2, LS-3 and LS-4.
    In total it took 78 blocks, 15 triangles and 1971 parts!
    I hope they will be of your liking and thank you very much for looking!
    Have a nice day and better weekend! Be Happy and Smile a lot! : D
    A big hug to each one!
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    Wow those are great!

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    so, so, lovely.
    I have chosen to be happy because it is good for my health - Voltaire

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    Your piecing is so precise. Thank you for sharing pictures of all your lovely blocks.

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    Very pretty.
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    All of them are gorgeous. Your blocks are always perfect. Have a great week.
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    beautifully done
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    Lovely work, Gladys!! Gorgeous colors!
    http://s1248.photobucket.com/albums/hh485/KitsieH/
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    Hi Gladys: Good health and well wishes greetings to you this day. Your work is so well done and beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us. It is so nice to see what other ladies around the world are doing and how they make their blocks and quilts. Quilting is a common thread among all of us!! God bless... JoAnn

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    Everything you make is so precise and beautiful; I love looking at your work!

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    Lovely blocks, Gladys!
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    You are doing a beautiful job.

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    I'm so impressed with your work, your english, and the fact that you were able to keep track of the number of pieces. I have the program and someday if I live long enough I will make one too. I can only hope it is as wonderful as yours.
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    Beautiful work!!!!!

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    They all look so professional - hope I will do half that good as I did buy the book and want to make a Dear Jane Quilt.
    Do you have any tips or suggestions when starting on the Dear Jane journey?????

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    Hello to all!
    Thank you very much for your very nice words to my work!
    Have a nice day!
    A big hug for each one!

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    Thanks a lot, Kitsie! A huge hug for you!

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    Thank you very much, JoAnn!
    Yes, quilting is the "red thread" that unites us to the quilters around the world!
    A hug!

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    Thanks! I hope you enjoy yours! If you ever do, I have a spreadsheet excel for tracking parts in my file. A hug!

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    Thank you very much, ScrapQuilter!
    I could tell you to not repeat my mistakes. I had no prior color design. My fabrics are very few and do not have access to them easily in my country. So I should go determining colors on the fly. That not always ends up in eye-pleasing. And if you follow a design by color, sew the blocks as they arise, not to lose that design.
    And the other thing: start the project with a desire to terminate it, make the blocks as you can, don't despair if at any time you can not sew!
    A block more done is one less done! And as you go you will have more desire to go ahead! It is a great challenge!
    What I learned is much on technique and patience, but also to be tolerant to block are not so "perfect"!
    The best advice of Brenda in your rules: "Finished is better than perfect"!
    Best wishes!
    A hug!

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