Loving the Dresden

I was very intrigued when I came across the Dresden Quilting Challenge, sponsored by the Salt Lake Modern Quilt Guild. I am a fairly new quilter and I quilt weekly with a group, our instructor chooses our projects so that we can learn different aspects of quilting. I thought, “I can do this challenge, no problem, how hard can it be…..”

Well, designing a quilt on your own is quite a learning experience, and I am so glad I took on this project. It was hard, but I loved working with the pattern and my fabric. I hand quilted each blade and then hand quilted around the outside edge. I learned a lot participating in this challenge. I will be very glad to rejoin my quilting group when we start up this fall, but I will continue to look for challenges such as this one to expand my skills.

My quilt is 19 inches square.

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7 Responses to Loving the Dresden

  1. kaholly says:

    How truly lovely!!

  2. Barb says:

    I like the stitching on the Dreseden plate and how it shows up on the back.
    Barb@Witsend

  3. Nikki says:

    The bright colors are great against the black background! And I love hand quilting. 🙂

  4. Ida says:

    what a nice, happy piece! Love the prairie points too and the hand quilting!

  5. Elisa says:

    Hi Virginia,
    Elisa here from the SLMQG. Could yu please shift your entry to the mini category if you have time by tonight. No worries if you can’t figure it out. Thanks

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  7. Elisa says:

    Congrats! You’ve won the random prize drawing for the Mini category. I need your email so I can send you some information and get your mailing address. Thanks
    Elisa

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