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Thread: Can someone identify this quilt pattern for me? thanks!!!

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    Can someone identify this quilt pattern for me? thanks!!!

    need help identifying the pattern of a quilt I just found at an estate sale. thanks
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    It's a Dresden Plate. Cute!!!

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    The fabric looks like feedsacks.

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    I believe it is called Dresden Plate design and your block looks like an antique block. Lucky you.

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    Looks like it is in great shape too!! good find.

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    I've seen it called Chunky Dresden Plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mkotch View Post
    I've seen it called Chunky Dresden Plate.
    It is a fourth five degree angle Dresden plate. Fold a square of paper in half, fold it in half again, then fold it into a triangle. That shape, with two equal sides and 1/4” seam allowances added is your pattern. A very early Dresden plate that could be made simply without buying a pattern or newspaper. You can leave the center points as is, or cut them off and make the center circles. The other Dresden’s are the updated patterns. Beautiful. Great find.
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    that is another old block of when they used card board templates I am sure I have it too but cannot remember the name but the old magazines were wonderful so I could never get rid of them one I really liked was stitch and sew and I have so many I do not remember the names of them but they had so much more than todays magazines some very good stories recipes and articles guess I will have to start going through mine again you might try some thrift stores or estate sales and I am sure some will show up again

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