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Thread: Used up the left-over dresden plate blades...

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    Senior Member Kim Bohannon's Avatar
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    pretty! that would look so nice on my table...sigh
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    All of you interested in making one of these and would like a little help, I used the basic idea shown on the tutorial in this link. Instead of the wedges on the top layer though, I just used a solid piece (with the hole cut in the middle), and then after I turned the layers right side out, I placed the dresden plate on top and quilted it on.
    http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/2009/11...-tutorial.html
    MzzzQuilts aka Ellen

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    I love this. So simple, yet so pretty. Thanks for the idea.
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    Both are gorgeous,well done.
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    Love the mat/hot pad/mug rug! Lucky sister.

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    Adorable projects.

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    What a great idea. don't you love using up extra things like that and it ends up both pretty and useful.
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    Beautiful, she is going to love it.
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    I thought this would be good to bring up this morning as we have been talking about Dresden plate quilts here lately...I think I will make some to do this...
    Hope the photo reposts...
    Judy in Phx, AZ.
    Quote Originally Posted by mzzzquilts View Post
    After completing the table runner made out of a charm pack that I posted a few weeks ago, I had enough blades leftover to make this second project...it has insul-brite and batting in it, so it can be used as a table runner, hotpad, or candle-mat. The fabric is from the Crazy 8 line by Sandy Gervais. My sister is getting it for Christmas!Attachment 296527

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    Love your beautiful creations, thanks for sharing with us.

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    Hi Char! And thanks everyone for the comments.
    MzzzQuilts aka Ellen

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    I really like the fabrics in this and it will make a very nice gift!
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    I love it. So festive

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzzzquilts View Post
    After completing the table runner made out of a charm pack that I posted a few weeks ago, I had enough blades leftover to make this second project...it has insul-brite and batting in it, so it can be used as a table runner, hotpad, or candle-mat. The fabric is from the Crazy 8 line by Sandy Gervais. My sister is getting it for Christmas!Attachment 296527
    I love this little project! Say... would you like another sister? I can think of a really nice gal names Rebecca who lives in WI... LOL! Great use for scraps! I love this fabric line!
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    (.(. (..`..♥ rebecca

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    I love it, pretty fabrics! Dresdens one of my favs!
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