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Dear Jane Quilt Blocks
Dear Jane Blocks Page 13

DJ A3

I am so close to have 100 blocks completed that I deliberately went looking for ones I haven't done which don't have too many pieces. I pieced A3, but I might have had better luck appliqueing it. Or maybe it's just a matter of pressing.

DJ K4

I like the large central square in K4 which shows off the William Morris fabrics. The piecing for this is very similar to the square on point blocks, if you think of the 3 side triangles as making up one of the "on point"s.

DJ L9

L9 is K4 with a squat F4 in the middle. It looks a little rounded in the photo of the actual square because Jane didn't always meet her corners exactly. Strangely enough, this is one of the things I really like about Jane Stickle, just like me, she wasn't perfect.

DJ M4

There it is in all it's glory: M4, my 100th block. You know, the blocks on all the other pages seemed easy to do, but I really seemed to struggle with these last 4, like Life was conspiring against me by throwing too many commitments or not enough "down time" to work on the quilt. It really feels like a milestone.

DJ TLC

This is the top left corner of the quilt. I promised myself that when I had done 100 blocks, I'd start on the triangles and corners because they were what drew me to it in the first place. Even though this corner looks like it has a lot of pieces, if you've done D2, this one isn't really all that more complicated. There's just a few more hexagons.

DJ RS8

For my first triangle, I thought I'd go easy on myself. This one is on the right side, 8 over (RS8). Even though I am not the greatest applique fan, since this one has a solid triangle that it might be easier than starting off with a pieced one. At least my hearts came out looking like hearts this time...

DJ C2

I actually cut out C2 before the first four blocks on this page, but I stupidly forgot to measure the angle. I just assumed it was a "proper" 30-60 because it definitely wasn't a 45 degree. The result was a diamond 9patch too long for the block. So, I cut it out again. And eventually, I'm sure, I'll get those applique points figured out...

DJ BR1

I really like the triangles, but lately, I've begun to worry. Weird little things creep into my brain when I'm piecing, like: "Am I going to have enough fabric to finish this?" Now, I know there's plenty of fabric out there to be had, but for some reason this bugs me more than the fact I made this block a mirror image to the one on the real quilt.