Batik Dresden Plate - Made this for my brother

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by , 09-07-2012 at 03:15 AM (1229 Views)
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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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Me on the left and Maggie on the right with her son behind the quilt holding the center up.

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Close up of the quilting.

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Alternate view.

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Alternate view.

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View of the back of the quilt.

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Close up of the back of the quilt.
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  1. Erzsi760's Avatar
    Just beautiful!
  2. piepatch's Avatar
    The quilt is absolutely beautiful! I can only see portions of it. I wish we could see a picture of the whole quilt, but what I can see is awesome.
  3. GACrafter's Avatar
    The quilt is gorgeous! I too can only see part, but would love to see the whole thing! I love your choice of colors!
  4. batikmystique's Avatar
    Wow, I wish I could free hand half as good...what an absolutely beautiful quilt! I, too, wish I could view the entire quilt. Congratulations on a true heirloom!
  5. Shaneylee's Avatar
    Fabulous job on the quilt. Beautiful quilt and quilting!
  6. adnil458's Avatar
    My jaw just dropped and I have a Dresden plate in my UFO pile

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