That's beautiful! I love the pointed Dresden Plate blocks more than the rounded ones - I don't know if it's because I think they're easier to make? This looks like a great stash-busting project too!
oh, oh, oh.......... I LOVE it!!
I love this technique for doing the plates. These are beautiful.
Did you use a template for those, and if you did, what did you use? Those are really pretty!
Oh beautiful! I've been making dresdens myself! I never get tired of making them. Your flower is beautiful.
Your fabrics are awesome....
Hi Amy,I think your Dresden blocks are gorgeous and a perfect springtime project. I am waiting for whatever is wrong with my shoulders to ease up so I can do more hand quilting and finish up my latest project.I have often wanted to do Dresden blocks, but I am chicken about the applique. Is it difficult?
Amy! Those are lovely! I just started a similar Dresden plate (via the sew mama sew blog) but I only have two done. Your quilting productivity is inspiring. Also your ironing board fabric makes a great background for them. Hmmm...Can't wait to see your finished product!
Thank you for sharing the inspiration, Amy, these are AbsOluTelY gorgeous!! I love your fabric of choice, and look at you, you've put yours together! (I, too, love your background) This will be a wonderful gift to Mom in love. So, do you think you'd do another one? I would....:-}pokey
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