This quilt started with making the center Dresden Plate block as an experiment using Lurline’s tutorial. Then the idea of using partial Dresden Plates to make the curve going round the center developed into this completed quilt.

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The straight line quilting on the plates makes an interesting pattern on the back of the quilt.




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9 Responses to Greenery

  1. Norma says:

    This is absolutely amazing! WOW is all I can say!

  2. Heather says:

    Beautiful! and looks so IRISH CLOVER’ish! You are so very talented!

  3. lillian perry says:

    And my first thought was a Twisted Irish Chain…Another job, more than just well done!

  4. Misty says:

    Wow, this is such an awesome quilt! Congrats on your finish!

  5. MARLENE says:

    I thought the front was wonderful, but the back is totally awesome ! ! ! ! Great job……

  6. cindy says:

    Wonderful quilt! You are so prolific and every one of them is just gorgeous. Your quilting is exquisite. I enjoyed seeing you and all your quilts at the Appleseed show.

  7. fortquilt says:

    Thanks everybody!

  8. Susan says:

    Beautiful! The gradation of colors really makes this quilt stand out. Happy St. Paddy’s Day to you, Irish lass!

  9. Bonny says:

    What a creative way to show off green/St Paddy’s Day and the joy of Spring! Great skill too! Thanks for sharing.

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