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Thread: Dresden Plate Finished

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    Beautiful!!! I just love that pattern.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very pretty, and I love the colors and patterns in the fabric.
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    Beautiful..

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    Beautiful quilt! I too have the Easy Dresden template...you've inspired me to dig out my fabrics and make a Dresden quilt.

    Christine

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    MY GOODNESS! How lucky can a person get. You are going to have so much joy bringing them to life with quilting. That is wonderful for sure. I loved the picture you sent.

    Thanks for sharing it.

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    Just beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
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    You reached your goal, it really does look antique. Good job.

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    What a beautiful quilt, you definitely reached your goal
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    Beautiful!!! I love Dresden Plate Quilt Tops.

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    LOVE it!... Must admit I'm jealous, I keep saying I'm going to make a Dresden, but.... We all know how that goes sometimes. Your's is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Oh my gosh..I love it!!!...I am in process of making a black/white Dresden. I am machine piecing, but will hand quilt..have to find a design or template for my hand quilting. I love your 30's fabric...this is a true inspiration for me. I am on numer 22 of the plates...then they will be hand stitched to the white 14 inch squares. I do not know if I will put black sashing between squares or not. I will draw it out and see what it will look like.

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    Me likey!! I can never seen enough of the Dresden Plate Quilts. Yours is beautiful!
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    I think your quilt turned out great. My husband's grandmother made quilts that looks a lot like the fabrics you used. She made the quilts in the late 70s. I have one she made (over all Sam) for my husband. She has sense passed on, we still love the quilt. She always quilted the quilt on her old peddle-type sewing machine. She lived in West Virginia, and she came to Virginia and sold her quilts for $60.00 each in the late 70's. That was way back when the fabric was 50 cents per yard. She was the one that got me wanting to try quilting, because she made such beautiful quilts.
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    This is so much like the one my great grandma made me. I love it. A dresden plate is on my bucket list. I love yours

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    Love it! I have that on my long list of quilts to do. Very, very pretty!

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    This is a lovely quilt I think you have achieved the antique look well done
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    Beautiful! Don't you love those repo fabrics! I have some mini dresdens made up in repo and need to get those into a quilt - hope it turns out as well as yours

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    Wow I just love that it's gorgeous.
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    Great job ...just got my fabric to do one of these in the same colors...now I know what it will look like...thanks so much for sharing
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    Very pretty, like the idea of using a jelly roll to make your boarder
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