Dear Jane Quilt Along 2024 List of Blocks Each Week

I’m delighted to delve into the enchanting world of the Dear Jane Quilt, a masterpiece of quilting history crafted by the talented Jane Stickle in the mid-19th century.

The Dear Jane Quilt is a true labor of love, consisting of 225 unique and intricate blocks that showcase Jane Stickle’s skill, patience, and artistic vision. Each block tells a story, and together they form a breathtaking quilt that has captured the hearts of quilters around the world.

, Dear Jane Quilt Along 2024 List of Blocks Each Week

Jane Stickle’s quilt is not just a testament to her quilting prowess; it’s a journey through time, reflecting the resilience, creativity, and spirit of the women who came before us. The variety of blocks, from the simple to the complex, invites quilters of all levels to embark on their own unique journey of creation.

As we explore the Dear Jane Quilt together, we’ll unravel the history behind each block, discover the techniques that make them special, and pay homage to Jane Stickle’s enduring legacy. So, whether you’re an avid quilter or a history enthusiast, join me in this exploration of the Dear Jane Quilt, a timeless treasure that continues to inspire and captivate us to this day.

I’m thrilled to invite you to join me on an exciting weekly journey as we explore the artistry and intricacies of the Dear Jane Quilt using the EQ8 Dear Jane Add On. Inspired by Brenda Manges Papadakis’ Dear Jane book, this add-on for EQ8 software gives you all 225 blocks and the full quilt layout designed by Jane A. Stickle during the American Civil War.

Every week, I’ll be releasing a new video showcasing how I utilize the EQ8 Dear Jane Add On to bring these timeless quilt blocks to life. Whether you’re a seasoned quilter or just starting out, there’s something for everyone in this series.

Below is a random list of all the blocks that we will be completing throughout the 2024 year.

, Dear Jane Quilt Along 2024 List of Blocks Each Week

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    I am going to put the sizes of the paper pieces I used for some of the blocks. You can use these dimensions or use them as a starting point for yourself. Please refer to my videos to see how these pieces fit for me as I was working with them.

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    26th – C10, I5, M2, M3 and TR-4

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    , Dear Jane Quilt Along 2024 List of Blocks Each Week
    Populated Progress Chart through January

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    16th – B2, C12, D12, H4 – TR7

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    March 2024

    1st – C13, F9, J3, J12 and TR-9

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    8th – G1, L9, L13, K4 and TR-10

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    15th – E4, G9, H1, I11 and TR-11

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    22nd – A2, C1, H7, I13 and TR-12

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    29th – A4, B5, C8, J10 and TR-13

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    April 2024

    5th – A13, D5, G3, H8 and RS-1

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    12th – D4, D13, F5, J11 and RS-2

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    19th – B1, I2, K12, L11 and RS-3

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    26th – G8, I3, J2, K2 and RS-4

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    May 2024

    3rd – I6, I7, J8, K8 and RS-5

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    10th – A10, E6, G12, I9 and RS-6

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    17th – B7, I12, M8, M13 and RS-7

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    24th – A11, G10, L2 M4 and RS-8

    Click below are the FPP fabric cut pieces I used if you would like to use these cut pieces, I have listed them below.

    https://youtu.be/waSofb1D4Rk
    , Dear Jane Quilt Along 2024 List of Blocks Each Week
    Week 21 Photo Chart

    31st – RS-9

    June 2024

    7th – B4, B13, J4, L5 and RS-10

    14th – D2, G4, J5, M9 and RS-11

    21st – C6, D10, F3, L6 and RS-12

    28th – C11, H6, H10, L10 and RS-13

    July 2024

    5th – A9, G6, F7, J13 and BR-1

    12th – E11, G11, F13, L4 and BR-2

    19th – C3, E13, J7, L7 and BR-3

    26th – D9, G2, I1, M11 and BR-4

    August 2024

    2nd – B3, D3, D7, M10 and BR-5

    9th – A8, H12, J6, L1 and BR-6

    16th – C7, F1, G7, K9 and BR-7

    23rd – A5, D1, K3, and M12 and BR-8

    30th – B11, C4, C5, H3 and BR-9

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    September 2024

    6th – A1, C9, D8, G13 and BR-10

    13th – B9, E9, H13, J9 and BR-11

    20th – B12, H9, L3, M6 and BR -12

    27th – A3, D11, E8, I10 and BR-13

    October 2024

    4th – B10, D6, E2, E12 and LS-1

    11th – C2, E7, F12, K1 and LS-2

    18th – A6, E5, F11, I4 and LS-3

    25th – A7, B8, H2, M7 and LS-4

    November 2024

    1st – H5 and LS-5

    8th – Corner 1 (TLC), LS-6 and LS-7

    15th – Corner 2 (TRC), LS-9

    22nd – DAY OFF

    29th – Corner 3 (BLC), LS-10, LS-11

    December 2024

    6th – Corner 4, LS-12, LS-134

    Keep up with this page for future updates or any changes as the year goes along! Happy Quilting.

    11 Replies to “Dear Jane Quilt Along 2024 List of Blocks Each Week”

    1. Thanks so much for this! I’m quilting along! Was there a PDF for Week 1? I so appreciate these PDFs and videos. Thank you again!

      1. You are welcome! Thanks for quilt along! I don’t have cut pieces for week 1, it wasn’t until after that week that I thought other people could use these cut sizes if they wanted to.

        1. Ok. I rewatched the video and you gave approximate cut sizes. I’m so happy to see you do8ng this. I started one many years ago in civil war fabrics. Had about 2/3 done but lost it all in a fire. Now I’m starting over and using modern fabrics. Thanks again!

    2. Thank you for doing this. I saw this quilt many years ago and thought how beautiful and the work that goes into it unbelievable. I never thought I would be able to do one, but I am challenging myself to do this. Now that I’m older and have a little more experience under my belt when it comes to quilting. I am starting late but will catch up soon. YouTube has made things like this very possible. Especially when you live in another state. I like your thought process with the blocks and the modifications you have made. Also, thank you for taking out the Y seams, when possible. Not a fan of them either.

      1. There are some many color versions that make this quilt so pretty and unique! I’m glad you are joining and I’m glad I can help out, especially with the y seams! 🙂

    3. Thank you for doing this and your video’s are great!! I am only starting now but I will catch up! I am going to make it in 2 colours only..blue and beige from our local fabric produces in South Africa from Three Cats namely Shwe Shwe. I am going to name my quilt Dear Jane in Africa.

    4. Hi Carrie. Will you let us know how to finish the project or is there a book that explains how to finish the project. I’m having fun working on these projects each week. Thank you.

        1. Thank you. I thought since EQ8 had the patterns that they would have information about finishing the quilt. Alas, not gonna happen with EQ8.
          Having lots of fun and can’t wait for Fridays.

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