Monday, 9 May 2011

Dresden Progress



So the Dresden plate quilt has moved upstairs. Time to test sew a mini sandwich made from the same materials as the quilt to make sure the stitch is just right...






Oooh, exciting!!!






16 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful quilt, can't wait to see it done. The machine quilting part is always the scary part for me!!!
    Have a wonderful week quilting!
    Chris :o)

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  2. That is going to be BEAUTIFUL!! Can't wait to see it all done. :-) Teresa in Oregon USA

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  3. Looking forward to seeing the end result :) x

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  4. Why didn't I think of that before? Doing a test run is so, so sensible. Thank you for your wise example - I will learn from you for the next time!

    Pomona x

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  5. O Wow its looking great ;-)) I think i need to buy a new sewing machine one that fits things onto. Enjoy it, dee x

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  6. WOW! Its going to look stunning
    Julie xxxxxxxxx

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  7. Punk patchwork! ;-)

    Please keep us posted about how this quilt comes on as I love 'work in progress' photos.

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  8. It is going to be a STUNNER! Can't wait to see. :0)

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  9. This is going to be STUNNING when it is all done!! :)

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  10. Wow! The finished product is something I cannot wait to see!! Cx

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  11. Just had to say thank you for your lovely comment about my blog writing - it means all the more coming from one who knows!

    Pomona x

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  12. Looking forward to seeing the final result!

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  13. Wow!
    Machine quilting...always get nervous working on something large...never seem to get the 'sandwich' of quilt wadding and lining as smooth and accurately pinned as I wish..that looks really stunning,so impressed with your patience,calm and accuracy in the face of extreme quilting....

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  14. oh lovely cant wait to see the finished quilt! fliss xxx

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  15. I hope I can quilt like you one day. Your work is amazing.

    Beth http://bethsquilts.blogspot.com/

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