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Thread: Batik Dresden Plate - Made this for my brother

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    Batik Dresden Plate - Made this for my brother

    I just got this back from the Maggie, a member of CAMEO Guild who does professional quilting. The quilting is done all free-hand. This is the second Dresden Plate that I have done. I think this is one of my favorite patterns.

    I still need to do the binding, put on a hanging sleeve, and make a label. Although, I do need to name the quilt. Any suggestions for the name?


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    "Beautiful Dresden Plate". That is the name of it. I just love it. So bright and beautiful.

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    beautiful job.
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    That is about the most beautiful dresden plate quilt I have seen. The quilting on it is wonderful, too! You both did a great job!

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    "Hello Gorgeous" describes it perfectly. Just outstanding.

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    That reminds me of garden flowers, pinwheels, and wind. It is gorgous. I name in something like Garden Spinners, or Spinning in the Wind. No matter what you call it, it is beautiful. A rose by any other name smells just as sweet.
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    "Shades of Dresden" would be appropriate. I love it! I just had a customer ask me for a bright quilt for their log cabin in TN. Boy does this fit the bill!

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    Quote Originally Posted by barny View Post
    "Beautiful Dresden Plate". That is the name of it. I just love it. So bright and beautiful.
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthPStitches View Post
    "Hello Gorgeous" describes it perfectly. Just outstanding.
    "Hello Gorgeous: Beautiful Dresden Plate" I think I like that.
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    Love it ! What a pro!

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    That is some awesome quilt!!! Breath taking!!!

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