Dresden Plates Finished!

3.25.2011

I was burning the midnight oil with this one. It was almost a compulsion to get it done. I am thrilled with how it turned out. I think the faux piping adds a nice touch. The finished size 70" x 70".

Perhaps now I can catch up with all your blog updates! =)







13 comments:

  1. this is so gorgeous. you did an amazing job. i love how it is so colorful but soft all at the same time.

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  2. I love the colors you chose for this - it's nice and 'fresh' looking.

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  3. This is very pretty and so nice to have another finish!

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  4. Just beautiful!! I absolutely love it!!

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  5. It has such pretty plates! Your quilting lines are so cool, too. This will be a cherished quilt, I'm sure. Great finish, Amy!

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  6. That is just wonderful!!!!

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  7. Very nice Amy!!! I LOVE the Dresden Plate pattern...one of my all time favorites. Love your colors!

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  8. I love seeing your work!! This is b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l!!

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  9. You worked hard, and it shows. It is absolutely beautiful!

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  10. I love it! The piping breaks up the brown just enough, and the plates are so wonderfully colourful.

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  11. Oh, Amy, it's GORGEOUS. . . .absolutely GORGEOUS!

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  12. Do you use a special templet to make your dresden plates? I saw a special last week on a tv sewing show and they featured 4 different templates. I was just wondering what works best and I can see you have made a lot of plates! They look great!

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