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Redrafts
Row A
Redrafts
Row B & C
Redrafts
Row D & E
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Row F, G & H
Redrafts
Row I & J
Piece Count By Block
Webring Info and Other DJ stuff

Links
Rather than reinvent the wheel, I suggest you check out the Janiacs Pages.
Webring Information
To Come
Miscellaneous

Clicking on the links below will bring up PDF documents you can either save to your disk to print later or print directly to your printer. You will need a color printer and Adobe Acrobat Reader software (which is free!) To print as stickers, I suggest you use full-page labels and then cut them apart. You will need to put spray fix or lacquer (or cover with clear cellophane tape) to make them waterproof.

Dear Jane 1" Stickers

Dear Jane 1-1/2" Stickers

Dear Jane Labels

Clicking on the links below will bring up PDF documents for grids you can use to keep track of your Dear Jane quilt. The 8-1/2 x 11 allows you to use a B&W or color printer. The 11x17 is only partially done and is color with labels.

8-1/2"x11" Design Grid

11"x17" Design Grid (color with block numbers only)

Other pages of interest on this site:

The Two-Square Method of Making Flying Geese Units

Non-DJ Project Sheets:

Download That's Cats PDF Directions for Cat Block

Small Projects

With a project as large as this quilt, I found I had to take some "time out" for other projects and crafts. One of these was a square pillow sham which I used to test some of the quilting strategies.

Like the bigger quilt, this one is hand pieced and hand quilted. The fabric border (which is largely in shadow) is a dark blue plaid homespun. The focus fabrics in the blocks are "Civil War era" reproductions including some "From the Mill."

(Be careful to prewash these fabrics because even though I did, once, the center and top left bled into the muslin. Eventually, from suggestions from the Dear Jane list, I was able to get the excess dye out of the muslin and set it so it (hopefully) won't run again!)

The Celtic knotwork I used as a quilting design was adapted from a book on Celtic calligraphic decoration (calligraphy and illumination being yet another one of my "several useless skills.")