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Thread: Modern Dresden Plate

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    You did a great job!
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    I like your table topper too. How big is the center dresden plate? Your border fabric is so perfect and so is the background fabric. Wonderful job.

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    I wouldn't normally put "modern" and "Dresden plate" in the same sentence, but you created the perfect mingling of old and new. Beautiful!

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    Oh how nice you made that. I love the quilting

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    Wow!!! Absolutely beautiful!!!!The quilting adds such a wonderful texture to the whole project!!
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    Wow, that is cool! Using the curved arch gave it a whole different look than the traditional Dresden, even though the fabrics are cut in the traditional shape. And your quilting on the background and border is spectacular, too!
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    WOW!!! Nothing more to say.

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    When I first looked at this, I didn't see the Dresden plate at all. But when I looked at the close up pic, I can see it. the quilting gives this quilt a sense of movement and totally changes the effect. I love this look and the fabrics you chose!
    Bev

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    Wow - that came out really sharp! I absolutely love the quilting you did on it!!

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    Unique & interesting !

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    oh wow! what a beauty! The color and the Workmanship well done!

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    That is spectacular! I never thought of quilting a dp in spiral.
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    WOW! That is gorgeous! I love the colors!

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