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Thread: Round Dresden Plate Tablecloth

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    Beautiful, I hope to make a dresden plate quilt one day.
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    I love it,its beautiful,and the place mats as well.great job.
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    This is so nice!

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    It's gorgeous......simply gorgeous. Great job and I know she will love it!
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    Wonderful job!!!!

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    Your aunt will be overwhelmed when she sees your gifts -- great job!

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    Ohh, that is so pretty. Great idea and great job on the quilting.
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    I didn't see anyone else answer your question as to cutting out the back, so here's my take on it. I have always cut out the back and it does make the top lay flatter and easier to quilt through.

    sassy granny

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    It looks really lovely and I'm sure that she will greatly appreciate your lovely work.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    I LOVE this!! As i've said before, the Dresden is my favorite pattern. I've only used the 6" wedge so far, but am going to try this myself. Thank you for sharing!!

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    I love, love, love everything about this project of yours! The colors/fabrics are beautiful! Dresden Plate has always been one of my favorites & I've made quite a few. I've never trimmed the fabric underneath the plates but then again, mine weren't as large as yours.
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    WOW! Very pretty!

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    Gorgeous!!! You dresden is amazing!! I have been wanting to try a small dresden but haven't yet.
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