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Thread: Dresden Table Topper

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    Senior Member kathyd's Avatar
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    I like it. A lot. The colors look great and fallish. You could try quilting down the center of each blade of the plate (like some log cabins are done). The spiral in the center would be very interesting and unexpected. Good job and good luck.

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    That is one pretty table topper. Looks great, love the colors.

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    I love your dresden plate. The colors are the greatest. What a great job.

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    Very pretty and good job on it too!

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    Senior Member quilting in my60s's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    I really like it
    I've never attempted a Dresden plate. Maybe someday....sigh......
    Don't wait to do Dresden plate. Go to youtube for Missouri Star quilt company and Jenny shows you how and you will kick yourself for not doing one sooner!!

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    Oh!! I love it!!

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