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Thread: Dresden Plate Completed

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    Member ColleenDee's Avatar
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    Hello to everyone! I wanted to share some pictures of my Dresden Plate quilt that I taught myself how to do, and recently completed. This was my first attempt at making a Dresden plate and thought you might like to see it. I have a new local LAQ that I have found and she completed the custom quilting for me. I have attached a close up of the quilting so you can see the lovely work that she does! Thank you for taking a peek at my quilt, as this one has truly inspired me to want to quilt more!

    Dresden Plate Quilt 2011
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    Close up long arm quilting Dresden Plate
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    Gorgeous! I love it! Great job.

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    Beautiful job on the quilt. I love the "swirls" that she used for quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mequilter
    Beautiful job on the quilt. I love the "swirls" that she used for quilting.
    ditto :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    WOW! That is gorgeous!
    Are there 42 Dresdens in your quilt?

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    Oh its beautiful she did a great job quilting it also

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Yes...., 42 plates! A total of 840 wedges cut and sewn together!!!

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    Stunning!

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    This is one of my favorite patterns and one I will never make. But I sure appreciate the work that goes into it!!

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