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Jan T (Urquhart) Baillie, renowned Australian quiltmaker, is known for her sixty degree triangle quilts, and for her revolutionary fast piecing system, Listen With Your Eyes, which she invented in the 1990s and which has been adopted worldwide.
Teaching (make that enthusing) people about quiltmaking, traditional and not so traditional, for more than thirty years, was her life. Jan T travelled Australia teaching and made plenty of friends.
She has had four patchwork books published, wrote a column in Down Under Quits magazine for twenty-five years, has been guest columnist for Patchwork Tsushin, as well as writing many, many online articles.
Now she wants to start beginning patchworkers off right — the Very Easy Way.
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Fun facts about Jan T
- likes to tell people that she likes “big bits and fast”
- is a firm believer in beginners being taught to “walk first and run later”
Her slogan is:
YOU HAVE TO HAVE FUN, OR YOU HAVE TO GO HOME!
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