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    dresden plate hot pad

    ...........or maybe a candle mat....who knows what it will used for.

    had fun with it. it will be a gift to my "quilting mentor", not perfect, but made with love.

    i also made a card to go along with it....
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    Pam

    visit my blog for cards and quilting pictures
    http://www.mugsycreates.blogspot.com

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    Very nice. Did you use the easy dresden template and/or Jenny's tutorial? Are you going to tackle a whole dresden quilt. I got the ruler but haven't tried it yet...on the bucket list. Anyway....nice job. Thanks for sharing.
    ;)Nancy

    I got a sewing machine for my husband. Good trade, huh!?!

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      Very pretty - I love the bright colors. And your card is beautiful too~lucky lady to receive those as a gift.

      Hugs,
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        Those are real nice, Pam! I ordered the tumbler template when it was the daily deal.....you using the Dresden has inspired me to try it out!

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          I keep eyeing that dresden template and drooling a lot!!! I just have to get up the nerve to try it. You are tempting me. Nice work!!

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            I sure do like that dresden plate, Pam. I like the colors and the way you place the blades. I really want to make some of those. I want to make the kind that have the rounded ends so I can easily face them and turn them right side out. It'd be fun to do them for each season of the year.
            Goodbye Europe! Hello California! Home sweet home.

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              #7
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              So pretty - I especially love the dresdan plates. I have one of the dresden templates but haven't tried it yet!

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                i dont think i will ever do a whole quilt....but the small pads/mats or wall-hangings are great. i have a few made up with christmas fabric....not backed and batted yet though....

                they arent that hard at all...using the easy dresden ruler. this one has the 5 in blades...so easy to use with charm packs as well...
                Pam

                visit my blog for cards and quilting pictures
                http://www.mugsycreates.blogspot.com

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                  Oh that is so cute! LOve the bright colors.
                  Patti
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                    Very pretty! the dresden and the card, I too am a card maker, I have lots of hobbies besides sewing. I ordered the dresden ruler and a cham pack about 2 weeks ago, I have made 3 dreden plates and have appliqued them to 3 blocks, I plan on bordering them and making a table runner. I am so new, it is a little scary going to the next step, but I will get there, and hopefully one day upload the pics. Your block inspires me to continue on. Thanks for sharing.

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                      Originally posted by patticakes View Post
                      Oh that is so cute! LOve the bright colors.
                      Had been to your FB page. Very interesting with all the different links to all the different crafts. Had a good time visiting!
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                      Michèle

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                        Very very very nice!
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                          Originally posted by pamstone View Post
                          ...........or maybe a candle mat....who knows what it will used for.

                          had fun with it. it will be a gift to my "quilting mentor", not perfect, but made with love.

                          i also made a card to go along with it....


                          What a cool candle mat.... I'm gonna have to try a dresden plate sometime soon... great job!
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                            OMG... you gals have got me drooling!! I just bought the template and watched the tut a couple times.. now waiting for the RIGHT fabric to catch my eye... I am doing lots of Quilting projects for Christmas. I have 2 quilt tops needing to be quilted.. And am making a pinwheel top with charm packs- That Jenny has me working overtime after watching her tutorials.
                            Judy

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