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.


Mama Spark said...

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

Marilyn Robertson 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!!

antique quilter 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!

Robin said...

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

*karendianne. 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!