Sunday, July 18, 2010

Yes I am...

...going to to finish this quilt and blog about it.

Right now I'm working eight hour days and taking two college classes (and trying to run a store) so time is a little tight. I'm planning to do something about the eight hour days soon. I will definitely be posting a block or two this coming week.

I'm afraid this little Jane will not be finished by the end of the summer though.  Maybe by the end of the year...

9 comments:

  1. I am going to start my Dear Jane journey in a month with another blogger. Can't wait. Your blog is so informative too:)

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  2. blogger doesn’t accept my comments... so here’s another effort.

    Two college classes and eight hour days working is more than a human being can tackle.

    Please don’t put so much pressure on yourself. Most of us are behind in making blocks and Jane will wait.

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  3. Phew! You do sound busy. What happened to relaxing summers? :) But I'm definitely in no hurry. I'm just enjoying the ride. Thanks so much for all that you do!

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  4. Maybe I will have some time to catch up...I'm way behind. Don't stress yourself out. We are just along for the ride.

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  5. I second, and third the above comments. I started this journey with you and because of you. I'm about 25 blocks behind right now, and working to catch up. Please take care of yourself and know how much I appreciate all of your hard work on this project. It really is an incredible you've given us all.

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  6. I KNOW you will finish this quilt. I started way before you and you passed me by a long time ago. I'm trying to catch up and I'm not even doing the triangles (which I used to call snowcones, which seems appropo in the midst of summer). You've coax and inspired me to finish this project and I can't thank you enough for that. You have to wonder at what speed Jane made her quilt and what pulled her away from her project. Anyway, take care of yourself and your very full schedule. Jane and all the rest of us will be here when you return.

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  7. I think anyone who finishes M-3 as well as you did deserves a break!

    All the best,
    Susan in Texas

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  8. Don't sweat it! I started this quilt with a 10-year timeline! Thanks to your excellent tutorials, I am way, way ahead of that.

    We will all still be here when you come back.

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  9. Yes, I believe you will! I will begin this quilt someday...you are an inspiration to do it. Thanks

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