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Thread: My Dear Jane - Week # 35

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    My Dear Jane - Week # 35

    Hello everyone!
    How are you? I hope to my heart that all are very well!
    I went back to my Dear Jean!
    I did only 2 blocks this week, but it is better than nothing!
    Are H-1 and H-2, would be my 35 week!
    I share some photos, I hope they will be of your liking and also a diagram with pictures of my blocks in it.
    Thank you very much for looking and leave a big hug to everyone!
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    wow, looking good! keep up the good work! :-)

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    Beautiful! Keep on keepin' on!
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    As always Gladys you work is fan ta stick. BrendaK
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    I wondered how your Dear Jane was going. Beautiful. With all your newly acquired quilting skills this, this quilt may end up being your masterpiece ;-)
    I have chosen to be happy because it is good for my health - Voltaire

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    As always your work is so skillful and beautifully done! You are an inspiration!

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    It's beautiful! Keep up the beautiful work!

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    Great job. They all look wonderful together. I admire anyone that takes on this project and you are doing a good job. Enjoy the journey.
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    It's all so perfect, looks wonderful
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    You do such beautiful piecing!!

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    Woweee!! Beautiful as always. That blue one is just perfect!

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    Those are awesome. I love Dear Jane quilts.

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    coming along quite nicely... looks like you are more than half way there.
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    It's growing beautifully!

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    Beautiful! I just purchased the book and am more than a little scared of getting started. I love the diagram with the blocks placed in the order they appear. Great job!

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    Your blocks are beautiful. Keep posting and giving us inspiration! I have started on a "Sample Jane" -- thought I would do practice blocks until I get the background fabric I ordered the my :"Batik Jane".

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    It's going to be a real beauty. Thank you for sharing. Never saw the grid before, very interesting.

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    oh wow that is going to be beautiful.

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    WOW! Looks beautiful! Keep it up.

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    Thanks for sharing. Your colors are coming together nicely and what a great quilt this will be.
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    That is going to be one fabulous quilt!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Fabulous! What an undertaking and you are doing a wonderful job! Keep on going. It is terrific!

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    Wow! Nice work. That's a lot of blocks! If I converted correctly, those blocks are ~5", right? Your two new blocks have 20-24 pieces? Wow!

    Some day I'd like to think that I'll make a dear jane. However, I don't know how to paper piece. Nor do I have the time to learn at this point in time. Maybe when I retire...in 25 years!
    Go forth and sew!

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    I love your posts! Your work is always so beautiful!!

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    Hello everyone,
    This is really a beautiful and outstanding project.
    it is so lovely.it is done by hardworking.
    Thanks for sharing it.
    JOHN

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