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  • meemeecyn
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    Thanks for the info, Lisa! I think I have found my next project idea! With Christmas fabric! A great thought for a small item for our hospital craft fair.

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  • llm161
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    Wow ! That is so cool !

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  • oldgurl4
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    Oh ~Lisa~ that is so Kool!!

    Your Blog shows a different Dresden Plate.

    You've gotten so good at it that you placed your fabric Exactly
    where you wanted it to give the look that you want.
    The possibilities are Endless!!

    AWESOME!!

    I GiVE Ya!!

    Thank-You for Sharing with Us.

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  • MRoy
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    How pretty! I've never seen it done this way.

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  • ConnieCampbell
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    Beautiful colors in your Dresden and love the strips.

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  • patticakes
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    Oh Lisa it turned out amazing!! Love your use of fabric!

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  • mamaquilt
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    Hi Lisa
    I love your Dresden Plate very much. it reminds me of a Dresden Plate from Kaye Wood I saw once. A bit like a kaleidoscope???? (Is that the correct word), but just lovely. nice way to use up scrap!!!

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  • Lisaau
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    Thankyou everyone for your comments...I sewed the last blade in so the actual plate is now completed a pic is below now of course I need to sew it down to the calico and put the centre on.


    Dresden complete.jpg

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  • pamstone
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    love it, never thought about doing it that way. dont you just love inspiration?? i do, thanks a bunch

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  • GrammaBabs
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    Can't wait to see where you take it from here... My favorite kind... the creative kind!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • quilter.martha
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    I could not open Lisa's web link, but here is another one I found a while back on you tube on dresden plates, using either striped fabric or making your own. Enjoy!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=690sZ...eature=related

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  • RFREE
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    This is so pretty.Looks like lotsa different pieces. I love it.Thanks for posting.

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  • Mimis-quilts
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    I finally made one too, I just finished the top, will post pics soon! It wasn't near as hard as I thought it would be...watching Jenny's tute helped alot!
    I love your dresden scrappy...will have to try it too!

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  • sharonaust
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    It looks great., cant wait to see the quilt. Lovely soft colours

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  • wendyw1
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    Great use of scraps, love the idea, I'm yet to do a dresden plate, but it's on the list! Please post a pic when finished.

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