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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Double set of Janes completed


I got busy again with Jane last week. The picture above shows the 4 blocks I completed for my Dear Jane quilt. The top 2 blocks were made using fabrics that I received from Faye for my quilt. Aren't they pretty?

Here are 4 additional Jane blocks that I made.
These are for my friend Sue's quilt.
Using Autumn rich colors and quite a few Jo Morton fabrics, I'm making all of the center square blocks for her quilt.




every quilt tells a story....

13 comments:

  1. WOW Doreen ! They are ALL absolutely gorgeous! Your choice of fabrics are just perfect. Congratulations for completing 4 more of your Dj blocks ! AND THANK YOU for my 4 Amazing Dj blocks you made for me LOVE THEM !

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  2. Both sets of blocks are yummy! Such beautifully precise piecing and wonderful fabric choices. I have said it before...lucky Sue!

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  3. They look perfectly pieced! Wow!

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  4. Beautiful blocks again, I really love the colours in the top left and bottom right, they really set the blocks off.

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  5. you are a very generous friend, all of the blocks are lovely

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  6. Ha! I didn't even pick up on that. Your blocks look great as usual!!

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  7. Wonderful Dear Jane and CW BOW Quilt blocks. I know you are having fun!

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  8. Love the Dear Jane Blocks. Lovely fabrics from your friend.
    Must get onto more of mine.
    Cheers
    Sue

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  9. bravo j'aime beaucoup !!!!!!
    le choix des couleurs est superbe
    ce sera un bel ouvrage términé !!!!!

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  10. You DJ blocks are a just wonderful, good for you to do double the work!!! I haven't started mine yet.....

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  11. Those blocks are beautiful, and you are doing more for your friend, that's great!

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  12. WOW! You are the nicest friend in the world. All of your blocks are lovely. I even see a fabric that I also own. Isn't it fun to know that we share some of the same fabrics in our quilts?

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