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Thread: String/strip Dresden Plate

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    String/strip Dresden Plate

    I found the neatest pattern for a strip/string Dresden Plate! I just love this funky little block!

    http://quiltjane.blogspot.com.au/201...g-dresden.html
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    Thank you for sharing this pattern.

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    That's really cute - guess I need to add another design to the "to be done" list!
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    That's sure different, but I do like it. Thanks for the url for it.

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    This is such a good way to change up the Dresden plate pattern, one of my favorites. Thanks for sharing this link.

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    Great one for having the foundation by the machine and just adding left-over strips from current project/s. Thank you for sharing.

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    yep, another to add to my "to do" list

    thanks for the link

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    Too cute, thanks for sharing!
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    Really cute! Think I'll try it, though I am completely intimidated by paper piecing.

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    Love Dresden plate. Thank you for sharing.

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    Thanks, I bookmarked it as the Dresden Plate is on my to do list.
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    I thank you also for the link. I have a nice selection of stripe fabrics in my stash and this may be just what I'll do with them.
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    Awe, this is precious, thanks!
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    This would be a simple paper piecing project to get someone started. Thanks for sharing.

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    that is a very interesting pattern to try.
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    I really like the look of this. I think it would go well with the purse in the link above for a very different look. I am imagining it in spring, fall, Christmas colors...hmmmm!

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    This pattern is great. I love it. Thanks for sharing.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I Love it!!!! I see I will have to do a lot more stripping!!!!! ;~0

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    It's great. Thanks for sharing.

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    Neat idea. Great for stripes too, I would imagine .

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