“Plates for Your Table” Tutorial is Four Projects in One

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This Tutorial Includes Instructions for Plate Chargers, Napkins, Napkin Rings and a Table Runner!

What would be more perfect for the table than quilted Dresden Plate accessories?

This free Moda Bakeshop tutorial by Kimberly Walus uses Dresden Plate blocks to dress up your table. The tutorial shows how to make plate chargers, fat quarter napkins, napkin rings and a matching table runner.

The set looks wonderful together, but you can also choose to make just the pieces that appeal to you most.

Plates for Your Table Tutorial

The fabrics Kimberly used for this project are all from a specific fabric collection. Feel free to choose your own fabrics to match your tastes and decor. This is a great project for scraps, or coordinate the fabrics in your favorite color scheme.

Dresden Plate Table Runner Tutorial

The plate chargers are Dresden Plate blocks with a nice rounded edge.

Dresden Plate Charger Tutorial

The napkins are made from matching fat quarters.

Dresden Plate Set Napkins Tutorial

The napkin rings are also made from matching fabric and feature two buttons to hold them together.

Complete instructions for all 4 projects are included in the tutorial.

You may also find this Dresden Plate tutorial helpful.

Get the free “Plates for Your Table” tutorial for all 4 projects here.


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