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Thread: Modern Dresden Plate

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    Senior Member Quilterfay's Avatar
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    Great choice of fabric. I love it.

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    This is so wonderfully different!! The quilting really gives a whole new look to the dresden.

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    that is really awesome. I was so glad when you took a picture so we could see it in another way. It would make a wonderful wall hanging.

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    It just seems to swirl. Very pretty.

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    This is inspiring to look at. Everything is just prefect about it. I could stare at it a hour... lol.
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    beautiful.I have some of the same fabrics.
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    Beautiful table topper. I love that fabric!

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    WOW! Its spectacular! You certainly didn't choose the easiest of fabrics to work with, but they are stunning and the quilting is so perfect for the designs. Love how you used the curved of the center to add so much motion to it!
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    I can see why you love your new table topper - it is gorgeous and the fabrics are very special. You did an excellent job of keeping the design straight in the background and border - very impressive.

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    Really cool the way you quilted it it. Looks like one of those beautiful Dahlia quilts. Nice illusion. Good job on the fabric choices as well.
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