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  • snippet
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    Wow Jean! What a lot of work! and each one is so lovely! I am also a slug....

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  • Jean Sewing Machine
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    Originally posted by Nidan_07 View Post
    Do you ever sleep, Jean? You are just amazing. One of these days I will get right back into the swing of things. In the meantime I shall just enjoy looking at what you are producing.
    Oh, Lenore! So glad to hear from you! I've been thinking of you lately because you introduced me to these!
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    As you can see, I am building another kind of stash! Now available in the US! I am so excited to find them here!

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  • Nidan_07
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    Do you ever sleep, Jean? You are just amazing. One of these days I will get right back into the swing of things. In the meantime I shall just enjoy looking at what you are producing.

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  • SuzyQue
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    You do more in a weekend than I get done in a year......or so it seems! You are fast! Amazing!

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  • Jean Sewing Machine
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    Originally posted by Jean Sewing Machine View Post
    I used Quilt In A Day Scallops and Vines ruler and Jenny's tutorial to learn how to do it. The ruler is great, it computes the width of your scallops and how many for each side in a table in the instructions. Worth every penny! And I used Jenny's instructions on how to make continuous bias binding to cut my binding.
    I was iced in for 3 days, long enough to finish a bunch of projects I had started earlier.

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  • Jean Sewing Machine
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    Originally posted by Sheena View Post
    Jean - your quilts are lovely. How long were you iced in for and how did you do the scalloped edge?
    I used Quilt In A Day Scallops and Vines ruler and Jenny's tutorial to learn how to do it. The ruler is great, it computes the width of your scallops and how many for each side in a table in the instructions. Worth every penny! And I used Jenny's instructions on how to make continuous bias binding to cut my binding.

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  • auntiemern
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    You truly are a rockstar within the quilting community...You get more in a week, than I can manage in a month....They are BEAUTIFUL!!!

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  • Sheena
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    Jean - your quilts are lovely. How long were you iced in for and how did you do the scalloped edge?

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  • Preeti
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    Jean Sewing Machine - Quilting powerhouse, Slayer of UFOs - All hail to the Jean!!!

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  • BethB
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    Those are all beautiful quilts. I am always amazed at how much you can get done in such a short amount of time. I was at a retreat, sponsored by my quilt guild, right after the new year. In 5 days, I only managed two quilt tops and one row of an attic window. And I was exhausted after all that!!!

    Nancy

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  • seaturtle
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    You are amazing and they are all beautiful! Hope they all sell.

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  • amartin24
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    Wow! When you set your mind to something, you sure get it done! Nice job on all.

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  • Judy, USMC
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    Jean - did you just stay awake the entire storm?!?!?! Did you take time out to eat?!?!?!

    What you produced during the storm is what I accomplished the first 2 weeks of my personal retreat. Yep, I agree - Super Quilter!

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  • pcbatiks
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    Originally posted by asta View Post
    Jean now has a new name..."Super Quilter" What a great job.
    I think Jean needs a cape.......maybe a patchwork cape! Super Quilting is your super power!

    Jean being cooped up indoors works for you! That is a great pile of quilts. I really like the one with the scalloped border.

    You're making the rest of us look like slugs.

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  • URIBARRI-MAYOR
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    Nice work, and quilts are very beautiful,congratulations

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