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close up, Mini Dear Jane by Barbara Larson: 2" blocks. Photo by Floating on a Quilted Cloud: Vermont Quilt Festival

"Never Say Never" by Laura Fraga, San Ramon, CA. "I finished my first DJ Quilt in 2002. In 2009, I started a DJ mini group at my guild. I began a 2nd DJ so I could work along with the group. The best part of making a Dear Jane quilt is the friendships that have blossomed."

"Nancy's Dear Jane" by Nancy Ritter, Oakley, California. "It has been a 4 1/2 year journey making Dear Jane and another year being hand quilted by the Amish. It was a great diversion through a long illness from which I have recovered."

"Sentimental Journey" by Carol Archuleta, San Ramon, California. "I started the quilt with Brenda in 2003 and finished it in 2011. (Brenda shared some of her dear friend Rebecca's indigos with me.) Indigo fabrics used are 1800's repros, some no longer available. It was hand quilted, each scallop different, and made in loving memory of Rebecca, my mother Rose, and my husband Robert."

"Infinite Gratitude" by Deborah Semel Bingham, New York, New York. "This quilt was made in 2011 for Joanna Semel Rose in thanks for her exhibition, Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts. Thirty six quilters worked together for nine months, in time for her 81st birthday. We knew this was one quilt design she did not have in her vast collection!"

"Kitschin' Jane" by Amy Ronis, New York, New York. "I wanted elements of humor, surprise and "kitsch" in my version of Jane. I viewed each block as an individual design challenge, and looked for "kitsch" worth images, prints and iconic midcentury designs - a passion of mine. Even Elvis makes two appearances in the quilt."

"Birthday Jane" by Kerry Marksbury, San Diego, CA. "My journey with Jane started in April 2011 with 25 of the blocks given to me by quilting friends for my 50th birthday. In April 2011, I met Brenda and attended her class at Asilomar. It was completed in March 2013, in time for a third trip to Brenda's class."

"Birthday Jane" by Kerry Marksbury, San Diego, CA. "My journey with Jane started in April 2011 with 25 of the blocks given to me by quilting friends for my 50th birthday. In April 2011, I met Brenda and attended her class at Asilomar. It was completed in March 2013, in time for a third trip to Brenda's class."

david garrett live in berlin | garrett david garrett receiving 8 gold albums at tempodrom berlin ... Thomas sabo

Jane..these amaze me with the color changes..you can make this quilt anything you want.

dear jane border

That Quilt: Filling in the gaps

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Dear Jane in Nantes (France), April 2013, "Pour l'amour du fil" (for the love of fabric). An exhibit of over 100 Dear Jane quilts. Photo by Bronwyn at Red Brolly

Tiny Dear Jane quilt: each triangle is about 2" tall. April 2013, Pour l'Amour du Fil, Nantes (France); photo by La Boite de Biscotte

Dear Jane on display, Australian Quilters Association, February 2013, quilt made by Adrienne with dark border. Posted by Karen Styles

Melinda Quilts ETC: Dear Jane in Nashville like the setting

Sew Unique Creations: Dear Jane Quilt

Sew Unique Creations: Dear Jane Quilt

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quiltlia: Nog meer Nantes: Dear Jane border blocks made with elongated hexagon triangles, a good photo

Dear Jane by Ella Boggess, 2012. West Virginia Division of Culture and History.

Nearly insane dear jane - detail - blocks are 6" and the whole quilt is 98 blocks, with 2 half blocks counted as 1.

Another version of Dear Jane called Dear Jane at Sea using the Dear Jane blocks and sashing them with the storm at sea blocks. I love this version.