Dresden plate quilt

A three-year-project finally finished, before the end of 2014. After so many hand quilting stitches, I accept I really miss working on it. I am planning another long-term quilting project, just to have something around to whine about.This is going to be the first quilt I will keep for our family! My only problem is that I have to wash it somehow in order to use it, and I have to wait until summertime, or else I will ruin it with such humid weather.

Quilt Process

Hand applique, hand quilted and hand-binded by me.
Quilt dimensions: 68” x 97” (172 x 246 cm)
Quilt pattern: from the “Material Obsession” book, Dotty for Dresden by Sarah Fielke.

Materials used

Quilt front: “Annie’s Farm stand” (Lakehouse fabrics), “Sew Cherry” (Riley Blake fabrics)

Backing: “Pam Kitty strawberries” by Pam Kitty Morning (Lakehouse fabrics)
Binding: Red polka dot cotton fabric
Batting: 100% cotton

Date made: 11.1.2012 – 27.12.2014

Read about the process of this quilt just click here.

this week's statistics

Living Room quilt: currently being quilted
Swoon quilt: an endless WIP
Square in square quilt: Top pieced
Snowball quilt: Top pieced
Videos made: 0

SUMMARY OF THIS WEEK’S STATS

Completed projects – 1
New projects – 0
Currently in progress – 4

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4 Comments
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March 17, 2022 10:25 pm

[…] it just didn’t feel right. I want to remind you at this point that I hand quilted my entire Dresden Plate Quilt without a hoop, and it came out perfectly fine. I immediately “begged” for a hoop in my […]

Linda Dutch
March 29, 2015 12:50 am

A lovely finish! and beautiful hand quilting! Linda

Tracy
March 26, 2015 6:26 pm

This is just beautiful!

Carrie Wikander
March 26, 2015 5:38 pm

Absolutely LOVE the colors. Nicely done

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