Mini Dresden Plate Wallhanging

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Mini Dresden Plate Wallhanging by Eleanor Burns Link to website or photo www.quiltinaday.com What are you most proud of? It is not time to be proud yet, cause It is still UFO. I don't do the quilting yet, but can't wait to share it. What advice would you give someone starting this project? This pattern is not hard, believe me you will be enjoy and have fun to work on this project. If someone would like to start the project I suggest to lay down Template on 2 1/2" fabric strip then using a pencil to draw line on left and right edge of Template (in stead of cutting by rotary) and repeat drawing along the length of fabric that the instructions suggested after that process to use 6 1/2"square ruler lays on the lines that you drew and to cut with the rotary cutter. You will have all Wedges evenly. If you followed Cutting Wedges instructions by cutting on left and right edge of the template you didn't get accurate wedge size. The template will move and sliding while you are cuttingis, because It is too small and has light weight.

What you will need

  • 1930 Reproduction fabrics.

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