Dear Jane Gone Terribly Wrong...and more

This one wasn't going well...

A good stomping and killing might have been in order, but instead I layered on those dang triangles as fat appliqu├ęs and am calling it done:

These Dear Jane guys went better:

A few Show and Tells from the day classes of Jo taken by our leader:

Can anybody tell from this photo (maybe it's too small) what the background fabric is on the one below? Our Leader says it's a vintage Jo:

This is the Leftovers portion of the next Jo project:

These pieces accumulated under the sewing machine; aren't they pretty together??

The Blooming Nine Patch is done except for binding, but I'm not going to post a photo until I get that done. Oh, and a label, right :-) ? It has wool batting, I've been sleeping under it since Monday, and I LOVE it.


mamaspark said...

I sure give all you guys credit doing the Dear Jane blocks. WAYYYY too much like work for me!

Marilyn R said...

I am all caught up on reading your blog now! I have totally enjoyed the quilt blocks and the quilt show!

Julie said...

I can't wait to see your BNP!!

Kathie said...

Yes I believe that fabric is from Jo's olde gems line.
I have 25" of that fabric email me and I will send you a pix
if you like it I will send it to you :)

MARCIE said...

Wow, what a nice offer from Kathie! I love all the pictures you are posting I want to make them all--except the Dear Janes. Sorry-not that psycho! LOL!

RobinE said...

Oooo... wool batting? How lovely that must be! And your Dear Jane blocks are looking amazing, as ever.

Karen Dianne Lee said...

Wool batting? Oh I'm excited about that. And your DJ blocks are fantastic and, and, and you just crack me up!!! Reading the follow up to this, I agree, you are a saint!