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Thread: A customer quilt

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    A customer quilt

    A recent customer quilt. This one was so much fun to do!!.. She bought these blocks at an auction and then finished piecing them together..
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    Beautiful work!!!!

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    Love the closeup can we see a pic of the whole quilt? I love how you quilted the blue parts.

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    Beautiful!

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    You do very nice quilting. I like the way this one turned out too.

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    Beautiful and different dresden.

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    I like the different lay out for the Dresden plate
    Nice quilting

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    I love the quilting. I have often wondered how I would do a dresdan plate. Yours is wonderful
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    Very pretty!
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    So pretty and cheerful. And nice quilting too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewfine View Post
    Beautiful and different dresden.
    Beautiful quilting! I used to have a Dresden Plate from this design that my Grandmother made. It was one of the ones that was stolen & I really am sad about that. I think the name of this particular version is "Fancy Dresden Plate". This one is beautiful. Can we see the whole quilt, too?
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    I like how she set these on that 1930's blue, too. I'm so boring... I always just put mine on muslin. Yawn...
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    Oh, I do love this Dresden as it is so different. I don't think I have ever seen one like it and your quilting just enhances it. Great job!
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    I love how you did them!

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    Very pretty quilt! Your quilting on this is fantastic!
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    Very pretty

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    I love it! I don't have seen this particular dresden plate before.

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    very nice and I love the quilting....fabulous

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    Gorgeous piece.......great quilting
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    Love those blocks and you did a beautiful job. Thanks for sharing.

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    It's a beautiful pattern. The quilting works well with it!
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    What a unique Dresden plate! I've never seen one like it before. I love it. And, your quilting sets it off. Thanks for sharing.
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    That is so very pretty.
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    That is stunning!Such a unique Dresden Plate shape with diamond center. Your quilting is wonderful.

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