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Karen Styles: Dear Jane on display
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Karen Styles: Dear Jane on display

Karen Styles: Dear Jane on display

The lovely ladies from the Australian Quilters Association cut the ribbon to open the spectacular Dear Jane display at the Box Hill To.

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Karen Styles: Dear Jane on display
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Red and white Dear Jane
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“Insanity Revisited” is actually the name of Karen’s second “Dear Jane” quilt. She still has a couple more rows to complete and the scalloped b

My second Dear Jane, needs scallop border still, hand pieced

Red and white Dear Jane

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Maker:Unknown Date:1805 - 1810 Square coverlet made from fifteen frames of printed cotton hexagons, squares on point, kites and long diamonds made from triangles. Some of the fabrics date from the 1770s, and several have three blue threads in the selvedge. The majority of the fabrics are made from dress prints, although there are some furnishing prints represented.
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Billings' Coverlet 1805 - 1810 Leeds x

Did you know that the original Mrs Billings ( Billings Coverlet ) is currently on display at the York Quilt Museum and Gallery?

The Billings’ Coverlet The original coverlet can be found in the collection of The Quilters’ Guild of the Brit.

Billings Coverlet, with some fabrics dating to the

Maker:Unknown Date:1805 - 1810 Square coverlet made from fifteen frames of printed cotton hexagons, squares on point, kites and long diamonds made from triangles. Some of the fabrics date from the 1770s, and several have three blue threads in the selvedge. The majority of the fabrics are made from dress prints, although there are some furnishing prints represented.

Maker:Unknown   Date:1805 - 1810  Square coverlet made from fifteen frames of printed cotton hexagons, squares on point, kites and long diamonds made from triangles. Some of the fabrics date from the 1770s, and several have three blue threads in the selvedge. The majority of the fabrics are made from dress prints, although there are some furnishing prints represented.
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Dear Jane Quilt (Indonesian Fabrics) Annie Tromp Doornink
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Quilts In The Barn: Quilts De Legende Brouage 2013 - Part 2
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Quilts In The Barn: Quilts De Legende Brouage 2013 - Part 2

Quilts In The Barn: Quilts De Legende Brouage 2013 - Part 2
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Beaucoup de choses à vous montrer... ... Mais si je vous ennuie vous le dites ! Pour cette rencontre chacune avait apporté ses...
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Dear Jane Quilt- in progress

Dear Jane with a rainbow effect.

this looks like a light is shining behind the middle of it.

Beaucoup de choses à vous montrer... ... Mais si je vous ennuie vous le dites ! Pour cette rencontre chacune avait apporté ses...

Beaucoup de choses à vous montrer... ... Mais si je vous ennuie vous le dites ! Pour cette rencontre chacune avait apporté ses...
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Dear Jane diamond quilt, Patchworktage Dortmund photo by Meg Baier. Note: red accent block in the upper left.

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Dear Jane with a very original border: the triangles are made from elongated hexagons. 150th Dear Jane exhibit, Nantes, France. Posted at La Boite de Biscotte

Pour l'amour du Fil : L'expo Dear Jane ! - La boite de Biscotte

Dear Jane with a very original border: the triangles are made from elongated hexagons. Posted at La Boite de Biscotte

Another view of “Never Say Never” by Laura Fraga. Laura said she would never make another Dear Jane quilt…but she did. This was hand pieced, hand appliqued and quilted with a domestic machine. Spotted at PIQF 2012; photo by Jenny K. Lyon at Quilt Skipper.

“Never Say Never” by Laura Fraga. Laura said she would never make another “Dear Jane” quilt…but she did. This was hand pieced, hand appliqued and quilted with a domestic machine. She also used only 2 fabrics for the entire quilt-

Karen Styles: Dear Jane on display

"Me Jane, You Tarzan". A Dear Jane quilt by Ellen at Australian Quilters Association, February 2013 exhibit. The triangle border and many of the blocks are made with animal prints. Posted by Karen Styles

Jane Plays with Dolls

Dear Jane Quilt Inspiration - 'Jane Plays With Dolls' - by Pamela Leonard Wexler

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Last night we went to a lecture by the Author of Dear Jane, Brenda Papadakis. I am really glad we decided to go.

Tiny Dear Jane Blocks in a mini-quilt at Pour l'Amour du Fil (Nantes, France), April 2013.  Photo by La Boite de Biscotte

Pour l'amour du Fil : L'expo Dear Jane ! - La boite de Biscotte

Red and white Dear Jane quilt... by Carol

This month was Dear Jane Night at our Alpine Quilt Group. It was really a lot of fun hearing about Jane's quilt and to see some of the comp.

Beth's Blog: batik quilt

After spending much of yesterday and today working on quilt club paperwork, I decided it was tim.

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