Make a Memory Quilt from Ties

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Also a Great Use of Colorful Thrift Shop Ties!

Neck ties arranged in a Dresden Plate form the center of this impressive medallion quilt. The center star is 42″ across and will have a big impact wherever you display the quilt.

This is a wonderful pattern for making a beautiful memory quilt from a loved one’s ties. The family will be touched by and cherish the resulting quilt for years to come.

Dresden Memory Quilt Made of Ties

Or, find colorful ties at the thrift shop. The finished quilt will be a great gift for a man in your life, whether it’s for Father’s Day, a Birthday or Christmas.

Dresden Memory Quilt Made of Ties

Quilt by Tricia K.

Designer Bobbi Spain provides clear instructions for preparing and incorporating the ties into the quilt.

Dresden Memory Quilt Made of Ties

Quilt by Jenny Shave. It’s her first quilt!

The finished quilt is 60″ x 60″. Display it as a wall hanging, on a bed or sofa, or even on a table.

Click here to purchase the “Dresden Tie Memory Quilt” pattern.



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