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Thread: Dresden Plate center design.....

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    Great job . I love it.

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    Yep its a beauty! Such cheery fabrics.

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    Simply beautiful. I wish I could design something so lovely!
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    What a happy quilt. I almost imagine looking thru the lattice into a huge lush flower garden. Beautiful job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misoop View Post
    I just made up this design using the center Dresden Plate block and 1930's reproduction fabrics. Gave it to this young lady for her wedding gift.....she, too, had a horrible car accident that almost cost her life and had to delay her wedding for a year. She loved it! She loves "vintage" things, so I tried to adapt this to her liking.
    Very nicely done. Good Job!

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    Beautiful job!
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    Wonderful job on the quilt; happy for the bride. She loves it!
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    Gorgeous quilt...and what a great way to use 30's fabrics...
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    Gorgeous quilt!

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    I love the Dresden Plate in any quilt, and especially like the way you used it as a medallion. Love your cheerful, colorful quilt!

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