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10 More Dresden Plate Quilt Patterns

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Dresden Plate Quilts are so fun! They are a great way to mix a little bit of machine with hand sewn work {if you choose to go that direction}.  You can have plates with points, rounded or just simple cut off.

There are so many options!  This little collection will help you explore new layouts, sizes and designs.


With playing with layouts– remember that they can be sewn down to a whole piece background or to an individual quilt block.  The size is also adjustable— mix and match or keep it consistent.

They are great for using in the center of the quilt, as an accent, in the borders or corner blocks.  They can also be sewn into a full circle, half, quarter or three quarters…the options are endless!  That’s what makes them so fun!

Before we start with the free quilt patterns– here are some quick links to help you get started sewing yours:

dresdenplatequiltblockdresden plate how to make your own template| patchworkposse | easy sewing projects and free quilt tutorials

10 Dresden Plate Quilt Patterns~

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 Fashion Plate by Barbara Jones for Henry Glass Fabrics dresdenplatequilt6
 dresdenplatequilt7 RKQ.Imperial
Chef's table topper, by Nanette Merrill at fredashive.blogspot.comGrandmother's Fan tutorial by Amy at seven-stitches.blogspot.com

Do you have a favorite dresden plate method or layout for a quilt?

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1 Comment

  1. Lois Meikle

    I love the Dresden patterns…and would love to learn how to make them in various sizes

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