Dresden Plate Quilting Photo Tutorial
I got carried away when taking photos so I decide to make this a "photo" tutorial! These Dresden Plates are time consuming but oh so worth it! They will become addictive! Happy Quilting! Meg
Dresden Plate Quilt How-To & Free Templates
We focused on the Dresden Plate quilt in the Jan/Feb issue of Quiltmaker, where you'll find three quilt patterns that each use this traditional design in completely different ways. For starters, you may want to watch the video tutorial showing how to make a Dresden Plate. We include the best hints and tips we've learned along the way! How-To: Dresden Plate Quilt Cutting We cut our blades from strips. An acrylic Dresden Plate template makes this a snap! We love the EZ Dresden tool and the…
It is time for a little summer shopping. Join us for our annual online shop hop. Here is how it works. Make an online purchase before the end of July and receive our recent Shop Hop goodie bag. It includes: Prairie Queen block pattern Kaufman sunflower yellow batik fat quarter and Our Dresden Sunflower quilt and pincushion pattern (perfect for your sunflower yellow fat quarter) If your purchase is $25.00 or larger you will receive our new Temecula Quilt Co Tote Bag Free. Here are a few of…
May Day Dresden
We have a few kits for this fun 30's Dresden Plate. It is the perfect May Day Quilt. Finished Quilt | 36" x 36" If you would like a kit you can order one here. Of course we also love this Reproduction Version. Sorry no kits for this one but if you would like a pattern and template you can order one here. ** Fabric is Judie Rothermel's Rocky Mountain ** This is an all time favorite from many years ago. Wish they would reprint this one. Hint, hint.
Reversible Dresdan Table Toper | Etsy
A beautiful dresdan table topper that measures 23 inches across. The colors are very rich. They are beige, sage green, light blue cranberry, and brown. On the reverse side is basically two colors green, and cranberry. This is a fabulous fabric line. This could be used on a table, coffee table, end table, counter, or on a side table in the bedroom.
From octagon to square
For every octagon we need 2 squares cut in half diagonally.The four triangles are stitched in four corners.I covered the center of the block with an octagon.Edited to add:Complete pattern available, if you want to sew your own version.