Thank you. Randy
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Thank you. Randy
Judy Jo...FOUND THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR CW ORNAMENTS. Thank you..
I'm self taught on the computer so I can get stumped pretty quick but your instructions were clear and I now have the instructions and the pictures. I'm going to try to make one today. Thanks, keep sewing! Randy
Fantastic job! You are to be congratulated over and over. Isn't is hard to be humble when you hear so many kind words? After all your hard work and planning, they are your due. Enjoy and keep stitching. Blessings, Suzanne
Randy, that is a beautiful quilt. I never thought of doing a dresden plate like that, either. I'm working on a spider web table runner with my Christmas scraps. At the rate I'm going it won't get done until next year.
Oops....glad you found the instructions for the ornament. Good luck with it.
Randy, I absolutely love your Dresden Plate quilt, it is gorgeous.
Me too. I made a snowman quilt (lap size) for myself. My husband says it isn't a Christmas quilt. It's a winter quilt. I think he is right. I will probably not put it away until April.
I love your scrap quilt, I will have to remember that!!! :)
Interested in how you made cathedral window ornaments, I can make quilt blocks but not sure how you make a single square
Hi Judy Jo:
Thank you for the nice compliment about my scrap quilt. When I submitted that picture, I really wanted the picture of the other Dresden Plate that I did which I absolutely LOVE but I couldn't find the picture in my computer. I finally did so want to attache a picture of it. Both quilts were machine appliqued then I had this new one I'm sending a pictur of long arm quilted and the quilter used a small stippling pattern then used feather patterns around the edges. The stippling around the Dresden Plates made the Plates POP UP . I'm so glad the quilter did the stippling on it because her work really did make the quilt. I just wanted to share it with you all. Keep On Quilting! Randy