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Thread: Bold and I mean Bold Dresden Plate

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    Lightbulb Bold and I mean Bold Dresden Plate

    If you don't work on it you'll never finish it.

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    I like it! I wish I had that template.

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    What a lovely dresden plate I just had to save the page. But I will have to invest in a ruler. Thanks so much for this link.
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    Love your tute! This will be one of my Christmas gifts this year. I am thinking black and white prints and solids with red points. I will send you a pic when I finish. Thanks a bunch.

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    love it,Thank You. I wish I could make myself use these bright & bold colors. I always tend to buy the more muted colors.
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    Great tutorial! I haven't done dresden plates before - maybe this will get me started. Thanks for sharing the link!
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    WOW, had to get out my sunglasses for that one LOL thanks for sharing... it's a great idea
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    thank you Julie for posting. didn't you give me this ruler? I am going to look when I can and see if you did not send it to me.

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    It is great! anyone wanting the ruler should watch Missouri Quilt Co's Daily Deals, she has her rulers on sale quite often. I love this dresden plate

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    I have the Zimmerman dresden plate ruler....looks the same to me.........I will have to try and see.....

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    I really like the bright colors, very nice job

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    love the colours , I have this ruler must get it out again and play ,

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    Thats pretty cool. thanks for the link

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    I bought the ruler with great intentions. It's still in the package, but after seeing this, I might have to get it out! I don't think I'm quite ready for the jelly roll version, but some pretty prints would be nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobo2000 View Post
    Love your tute! This will be one of my Christmas gifts this year. I am thinking black and white prints and solids with red points. I will send you a pic when I finish. Thanks a bunch.
    I was just thinking the same thing about this making nice Christmas gifts with different Christmas fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MimiBug123 View Post
    I bought the ruler with great intentions. It's still in the package, but after seeing this, I might have to get it out! I don't think I'm quite ready for the jelly roll version, but some pretty prints would be nice!
    I have the ruler and didn't know I had it until a couple of days ago. Brought it with one of the $10 gift certificate I won on one of the fabshop hop. On my to do list.

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    Thanks I really like the patern & colors

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    Beautiful! Great technique....love the traditional being "scrappified" (yes, I know it's not a word).

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    Love it that is really neat.
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    I just took a class at my LQS and we made a Christmas Tree Skirt using the Triangulare Ruler. First we sewed strips from 1 inch to 3 inches and sewed them together then cut the strips using the ruler. It was tons of fun to do. I just have to layer it, quilt and I'm done. I make mine a round table cloth for my round table and had about 30 different fabrics in it. I can't wait to finish it. I will try and post a picture.
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