Saturday, January 26, 2013

Student Jane Quilts - a few early finishes!

I am incredibly proud of all my Dear Jane students at Quilter's Corner! I have been blessed to work along side such sweet, wonderful, determined and talented women.

I created a 13 month Dear Jane BOM program for my students to follow and to my delight - a handful of ladies have completed their quilts a month EARLY!
Yes... finished Dear Jane quilt tops in just ONE year!

The first picture above show's Wanda with her quilt. The next picture is Kyle with ONE of her finished quilts. (yes, she made TWO of them)

Here is Kathy's quilt top:

This is Judy's quilt top:

Donna chose a navy sashing against civil war fabrics and has her center assembled:

Eileen is making (2) Jane quilts - one in 1930's reproduction prints and the other in Civil War reproduction prints. She has started the assembly process of her quilts. They are both coming together beautifully.

These are only 6 of my amazing Dear Jane students.
There are 23 more still working hard on their quilt tops.

Everyone received their last monthly assignments this past Monday. We have a special meeting planned for early March and I will be taking lots more pictures of my studentss and their progress then to share with you all.

the amazing journey continues.....

24 comments:

  1. Oh, they are all so beautiful! A great achievement to finish in one year :-) I'll have to get going on mine again...

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  2. What marvelous work! Give them all a round of applause!

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  3. Such a spectacular tops!!
    I`m still working in my blocks.Hope to do several blocks this year.

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  4. Wow! Jane Stickle would be pleased as punch to see these wonderful pieces of work!!!! All your students deserve a medal and so do you, in fact, being the inspiring force behind their creativity! I'd have to give up my day job for a year to keep up the momentum LOL!!!! Those quilt tops are a real achievement!!!!!

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  5. Very, very cool!! I aim to have all my blocks made this August and then assemble the top in September. It's exciting seeing these.

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  6. BRAVO !!! Just Amazing DJ quilts ! I am sure that being such a Amazing teacher that you are and wonderful inspiration really helps your students to accomplish these DJ quilts in only 1 year ! They could not have done it without you :-D

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  7. Wonderful Quilts.
    Congratulations to all the busy ladies.
    I am a beginner with 47 Blocks from DJ and it will take a while until my finish.
    greetings from Germany
    Iris

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  8. Wow! They are all gorgeous. Each one is just gorgeous.

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  9. Every single one of them is spectacular! Applause! Applause!

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  10. WOW! That's a tribute to a really good teacher! Gorgeous and it's so fun to see the the different colors and era's in their quilts... and there are 23 more! Applause to all!

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  11. Oh my gosh...Doreen!! Look at them all! How wonderful that so many have finished. A tribute to an excellent teacher!!
    They are all so lovely...you must be so proud to have helped them on this amazing journey.

    Wishing you a wonderful day!
    Hugs, Nancy W.

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  12. Doreen you must me a fabulous teacher! All the quilts are amazing. What a treasure you are helping them create.
    Hugs, Bev

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  13. OMG! I am so happy for these people who have finished their DJ quilts. Beautiful work. It's good to know "IT CAN BE DONE" as I trudge along with mine. Thanks for sharing all those beautiful photos.

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  14. Wow, all Quilts are wonderful.

    Greetings from Germany, Manuela.

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  15. So fantastic quilts. All of them.
    Liebe Grüße Grit from Germany

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  16. Your students are a credit to you, their teacher, they have all made such beautiful quilts, and so many have finished the tops also.
    Looking forward to seing your Flower Basket Medallion progress now.

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  17. congratulations to ALL of your students. You must feel like a mother hen. I must say your on-line tutorials were wonderful and it is no wonder they have all done so well. Like Pip i am looking forward to the Flower Basket Medallion.. i am tempted to get the pattern a sew along with you

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  18. Awesome! Oh how I wish I could have joined your class! So inspiring to have others to keep you going on this beauty of a quilt!

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  19. This is wonderful. They are all lovely and their creators (and teacher) are to be congratulated. Jane would have been proud!

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  20. So many Jane's and each different from the other. My favorites would be any made with reproduction fabrics but each is quite an accomplishment regardless of fabric style.

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  21. Amazing. What a beautiful collection of quilts. Congratulations to you all!

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  22. Wowee! that is so cool to see all the different fabrics each person used. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Your students accomplishments are outstanding and their talent is so apparent. Students thrive with an excellent teacher - it is obvious you did a super job!!

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  24. Doreen,
    I just realized that my comments were not appearing so I am commenting again! Sorry about that!
    The quilts are lovely! What a talented group of ladies.
    I have changed my backing on my Baltimore Album!
    Hugs
    Donna

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