Dare to Dresden Blog Hop

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Yay! Today’s my day. Thanks to Christine over at Quilt Monster In My Closet for cheerleading this hop and to Mdm Samm as well!

I have to admit that I have never done a dresden plate before. I actually like them and I think I’ll probably do more now that I think I got the hang of it. This dresden wall hanging I designed in my EQ7 program. I had to keep it simple cause I’m still learning how to use my EQ7. 

I used fabrics from my stash and purchased the blue background new. The white fabric was left over from the small wall quilt I made for In Your Words blog hop. I’ve been working hard to resist the urge to buy new fabric and use more from my stash. I wasn’t able to get the brown border on but that is something I do later when I find the right fabric.

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For the pedals and the blades I used templates and turned the edges using the starch & press applique method. For the pedal center medallion I added some of my machines embroidery stitches. The little center dresden flower is partially fused down to give it a 3d effect.

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Thanks for stopping by. Here is today’s schedule. Be sure to visit everyone!

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January 28th

 

A Reformed Heath’n

Meadowbrook

Rosemary B @ “that Other Blog”

Stitch Duchess’ Crazy & Sane Quilting World

Grammie Q’s

Bumbleberry Stitches…..That’s Me 🙂

Sunshine Girl

Spiral

Butjenter Quilter

Blooming Where I am Planted

Quilting Lodge

The Tilted Quilt

Life in the Scrapatch

Pretty Bobbins

In the Boon Docks

Sew Much and More

Threading My Way

Pink Ribbon Quilts

Thimble Mouse & Spouse

 

 

 

 

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83 thoughts on “Dare to Dresden Blog Hop

  1. Theresa, very pretty, I love the smaller blades you made for the centers. Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing in the blog hop. Happy stitching, Pauline

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  2. I love the way you combined the different types of blades into one project and made them play together so well!!! Great job!!!!

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  3. Beautiful! Great design! Love the center – I suppose that is called a double Dresden – a plate on top of a plate. Thanks for sharing!

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