DEAR JANE® by Brenda Manges Papadakis
Become a “Janiac”!
A quilt made by Jane A. Stickle and dated 1863. The quilt consists of two hundred twenty five patterns.
This quilt hangs in The Bennington Museum, Bennington, Vermont. The label on this quilt reads - “In War Time 1863 - Pieces 5602 - Jane A. Stickle”
Want to make a Dear Jane quilt but find yourself intimidated with fabric selection? Find yourself struggling to figure out how to put the patterns found in the Dear Jane book together?
This program is for you! Each month you will receive fabric AND INSTRUCTION for 8 to 10 quilt blocks. One of the difficulties with Dear Jane quilt is finding the right technique. With our quilt program, a suggested technique and instruction will be provided for each quilt block. For many blocks several techniques will be given to construct the block.
Since this quilt has 225 quilt blocks it is a 24-month quilt program and will include border triangle blocks as well as the interior blocks.
Dear Jane starts July 2012. To participate in the program you must sign up in advance - there will only be a limited number of kits made each month.
There is a $25.00 start-up fee with this program. For this fee you will receive
· A Dear Jane Notebook to store your quilt patterns and to journal your Dear Jane Adventure
· A Project Bag to keep you organized
Each month, for 24 months, the kit will cost $21.95.
You are required to own a copy of the Dear Jane book to participate in this program. Let us know if you need a copy.
WARNING: Dear Jane is Addictive. We will not be held liable.
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