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Dear Jane



Okay, I've signed up to do the Rainbow Jane and ordered BOMs for the next two years! It's sold out, but I wanted you to see what an undertaking it is! I just fell in love with the colors and just couldn't help myself! Well, all the monthly envelopes from the post office are sitting here and I'm so excited, yet scared to get started. I'm so sitting on the fence about whether to do it all hand-pieced or machine-pieced...so those envelopes remain opened but nothing removed from them. :)

I ordered the Dear Jane software package and while I'm waiting for that to arrive I hope to decide how to piece it and get started on my first block.

Lots of Web sites discuss this quilt, my favorites are:

That Quilt
Dear Jane
Janiac
Veronique's Dear Jane

So, be looking for photos as I work on my Rainbow Jane!

Update: I've added photos of the unopened plastic bags from October, November, December and January as Kathy suggested. See I've put off the stitching method for a few months!!!!

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  1. LOve it! Look forward to seeing your blocks photos. Show us how the packages look when you receive them. If I were you, I'd try a few by hand and then a few by machine and see which I prefer.

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  2. Great suggestion, Kathy, thanks! I've added the months that go untouched so far...I just get so excited and then hit a stumbling block and just start new stuff. Think I need help?

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  3. You are so brave!! I don't have the patience for two year project, I really admire you.

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