Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Quick Update On Dresden Plate

Slow progress with my Dresden Plate, but what a beauty. For readers who missed the previous post about this Dresden Plate, I am using up some leftovers from a Moda Jelly Roll (French General).


Have the other two plates finished as well, but have not got around to sew them into place or do the center. This is a bit finicky so I don't want to rush the process. So much for my idea of a 'quick fix' project!

Not sure yet how I am going to quilt it...this looks quite busy. Probably will just emphasize the circles and go around the spokes with 1/4in outline.

Linking up to Lorna's Let's Bee Social Linky Party and WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Karin

12 comments:

  1. Love this Karin - particularly having the 2 outer levels to your Dresden and the French General colours are just great :D

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  2. HalloKarin,

    deine Dresden Platte sieht klasse aus...und die Farbkombination rot-weiß sieht immer schön aus...gefällt mir!

    *.:。✿*Herzlichen Gruß Klaudia*✿。.:*
    *✿*.:。: .*✿* *✿*.:。: .*✿* *✿*.:。: .*✿*

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  3. good morning stopping by from lets bee social I have never made a dresden plate-yours is beautiful-pretty colors too

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  4. What a great Dresden! I wouldn't have thought of making the blades two-tiered like you have.

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  5. Looking good, Karin! Always a pleasure to see your progress!

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  6. I can honestly say I have not seen a dresden plate done that way before, very pretty!

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  7. this Dresden is fabulous! Love it

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  8. Gorgeous! You've outdone yourself! What a beauty!!

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  9. This is beautiful. I had not thought about having two colours in each piece of the plate.

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  10. What a beautiful Dresden plate!

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