The battle of “Dear Jane”
On September 5, 2014, Kwa Zulu Natalalian General NikkiM lead needle and threads troops in the Battle of “Dear Jane” against the forces of the Confederate General Jane A. Stickle. According to the Warren Western Reserve Chronicle, “this was one of the hardest fought battles in the South, the total force on the Union side was about 1 with needle and thread troops.” The “terrible struggle…lasted from 11 o’clock in the morning until sundown.” This early Dear Jane battle, to some considered a victory for the North and to others one for the South, was NikkiM’s first, showcasing her talent as a needle and thread leader and helped to propel her into the final stages of the war against 5602 pieces of Confederate fabric .
At the time of printing this article, the Confederate fabric pieces were in the process of a slow but steady surrender.
More to follow in due course.
Love your post, very cute! Lovely pics! I so admire all your patience for doing a dear Jane quilt. How much work that must be! Lovely though!
Thanks for your lovely comment and visiting my blog. Dear Jane is not a easy battle! Hehe
It looks amazing 🙂
Report received. Trust yours troops will respond effectively to your orders. Awaiting future reports. Best of luck.
Thank you! Hope to have good news soon!
My last ten blocks have dug trenches and show no signs of surrendering ground for several weeks, if not months.
Good news battle coming to end! Unfortunately can’t send any reinforcement! Needle troops all blunt and thread troops in shreds! Good luck!
I admire you for joining the troops. 🙂
Thanks! Going well!
Looks like your troops have a great leader, the quilt looks great love the post! 🙂
Such tiny pieces!
They are! The battle goes on!