well it certainly looks pretty from that view! :)
Jane, I bought a ruler just like that on a recent shopping trip and I have a japanese fan quilt to do but the magazine has not printed the pattern correctly which is why it hasen't even been started yet. I now realise I can use my ruler I don't know why I had not thought of it before so thank you for the light bulb moment X
Great tute! Dresdens are so 'now' :)
As usual, your instructions are great and I always love the pictures to go along with them! There are just not enough spare hours in my life to try all of these new ideas! Sigh! I am working on an Indian Orange Peel quilt at the moment. You can see pictures at my blog.
Very cool! I love your circles - such pretty colors. Gonna have to get that ruler!
Wonderful tutorial and great post. Thanks for sharing this technique. Judy C
Great block idea! I really want to try that method of making circles!
…and adventure. :)
Okay Jane. You win. I found you in Stash Manicure and was so taken with how you pushed me out of my comfort zone with Dresden plates that I went to your blog. Where I've been for the last 45 minutes. I'm subscribing. What fun I've had reading your posts. I look forward to happy times ahead and more pushes!
You did a smashing job with your posting at Stash Manicure, I am going to try that method, just as soon as I finish my radiation treatments and return home!So glad that you are from Canada, I live in B.C.CheersMarie
I came here from Stash Manicure....can't tear myself away! Love your post on the new block, and love your blog!Jacque in SCquiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com
Oh, pretty, pretty! You sure know how to tempt your audience. ;o)
I don't even have one of those rulers but now I want one, your block is a winner with me.
What a great shot. I always enjoy your depth-of-field. Lovely post on Stash Manicure! I have not yet attempted a Dresden plate, thanks for sharing your tips!
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