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Thread: Dresden Kaleidoscopes Made with Button Fabric

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    Too cute! Love them!
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    Love all the buttons and dresden plates. I am working on a Christmas Dresden for my Mama. I hope mine turns out as nicely!

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    I love those button dresdens. I would love to make one like it. You really did nice work on them. I would love to see it finished.

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    very nice!!! like the color!!
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    This is really cute. Anxious to see it finished. Keep going.

    What fabric line is it? love the buttons.
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    Sorry I wont' be finishing anything with them, I am putting them on my website and on Ebay

    It is fabric I got at Walmart. the name is Button Heart Toss by Steele Creek Studio.

    I do send out the Dresden Kaleidoscope template free to anyone who wants one. Just send me a pm with your postal address and I can mail ti to you.

    I do have it in a file I can email to you and you can trace it off onto clear plastic if you like.

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    A real shame you don't make quilts, they would make a gorgeous quilt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle View Post
    A real shame you don't make quilts, they would make a gorgeous quilt.
    LOL well I could try making some minis and work them into a doll quilt. When someone buys them I can request a picture of what they do with them and then I will share it here so you all can see how they end up! A unique way of following their progress!

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    That is sooooooo cute. Can't wait to see the finished one.

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    Fabulous. Love that fabric

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    Very interesting & unique. I really like it.

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    really love this.

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    Never would have thought that fabric would be so adorable cut in dresden plates. How totally awesome.

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    very cool!

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    That is adorable!! Sooo cute fabric. I just love stack n whack. So, so many different designs come out of the same fab.
    Great job.....
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    Sorry, its dresden plate. Didn't read other posts, thought it was stack n whack.
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    How cute to use that fabric that way. It just blows my mind how creative people are! Very nifty use of that fabric.
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    Now that is just way to cute. thx for sharing
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    Great job and beautiful blocks. I love fabric with sewing items on it.

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    How cute!!!!!!!
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    Amazing what novelty fabric can change a pattern. Looks very nice.
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    They are two cute...lol

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    Love it. You did an awesome job.
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    That is so cute. Love your fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhonda View Post
    this fabric is so cute! I couldn't resist it for the dresden kaleidoscopes. Nope i didn't sew on the buttons. That is in the fabric! I just finished these but will probably make some more from the same fabric.

    Attachment 392988 Attachment 392989 Attachment 392990

    this is the fabric they came from.
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    very very cute i just love it.would make a young lady a great valentine present.
    Singer 110 , Singer 7422,Singer AH458923, Singer AD075758, Singer 5528 Singer AE234907, Universal H300795 Kenmore 158.16540, Necchi 3354, Dressmaker S2402, Signature 103-303340, BICOR VX1005 Singer 242

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