Sweet Dresden Mini Can Be Used in a Larger Quilt!
If you haven’t made a Dresden Plate before, this is a wonderful project to start with. Dresden’s have a certain “wow” factor yet they’re easier to make than they look.
This one is so sweet made up in 30’s style fabrics. Once you’ve completed it, you may want to go ahead and make several more for a larger quilt.
Dig into your scrap bag and stash and pull out old fashioned small scale prints (a great use for 30’s repro scraps!). Designer Lindsey Weight imagined fabrics her great-grandmother cut from articles of clothing to put into quilts. She also provides excellent instructions, making this into an easy project.
A scrappy border finishes off the Dresden into a mini quilt to hang on a wall or to display on a table. The finished quilt is about 12″ x 12″. Three blocks could be stitched together end to end for a charming table runner.
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