Friday, October 2, 2009

pure madness


Going crazy on Dresdens...
After making one, i am off and running.
other projects? what other projects!


I did get the border fabric for the pick up sticks quilt, so i am hoping monday to get that done ...


OOPS, I mean to post this tomorrow, and I just hit post... oh well.


25 comments:

  1. For crying out loud, you weren't kidding were you? I laughed out loud! How many posts was that for you today? 3 or4?

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  2. Oooh these dresdens are so yummy!!! xo

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  3. Pretty! Do you use a template? I bought one to make the rounded dresden blades but for the life of me can't figure out the directions!

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  4. Wow, I just love your dresdens!! The design is beautiful. I love the randomness.

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  5. These are fabulous! Making dresdans can be addictive, (and I've got a big ole dresdan plate quilt to prove it.) You are definitely in the zone. Have fun!

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  6. WOW. What fun! Inspiration abounds. Can you fit a little Woodland delight in there? Just kidding. Awesome.

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  7. I sewed together my first Dresden last week but I haven;t been brave enough to applique it yet. These look great!

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  8. I'm guessing they must be quite fun to make! They do look ever so pretty and clever too. I'm sure at this rate you'll have many more to show us tomorrow anyway! Glad you are enjoying your new found craft.

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  9. Love what is happening when you and Ms. Dresden hang out!!

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  10. Love that last picture with the dresden plates on the yellow check and the way the plates break the plane of the fabric - don't know if that was intentional, but it looks cool! Great fabrics in the plates, too.

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  11. Love that layout with the Dresdens. What a way to take it up the modern notch.

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  12. love them!!!!!
    maybe a mini one for the challenge quilt?
    Kathie

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  13. I really love those Dresdens! Cool fabrics!

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  14. love them! you used great fabrics! looks like a fun work

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  15. Hi,
    The Pixie Dust quilt is so wonderful. Whoever gets it will be so lucky....lots of talent and lots of love went into it. Thanks again for this opportunity.
    Mary C.

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  16. Love the varied sizes of your Dresdens!

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  17. Wow! talk about addictive! LOL Love it with that yellow gingham, not madnes - genius!

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  18. Love these dresdens...they are very fun and pretty. I also like the pic up stix, good way to use scraps. I have just finished catching up on your blog...*sigh*...I am so far behind, but you have been busy working away at quilts...great job getting these projects done!

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  19. This is not your comfort zone. You did good. Its your color choices that ring true to your style. I'll have to admit that I haven't done dresden plate yet but plenty of other curves.

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  20. I love all the different sizes. Some time ago, I made a free-pieced dresden plate quilt from a book by Jan Mullen "Free & Eazy Circles." the quilt is on my blog someplace, and on my flickr page.

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  21. Oh wow, I just love your Dresdens!! Love the colors, and yes they are totally addictive. Lovely colors.

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  22. I might be a wild art doll maker, but you are a wild quilt art maker. I love what you did with the dresdens. Thanks so much for sharing. Blessings, Janet

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  23. I love how you have so many different projects going on simultaneously with such different looks! So glad you give us a peek into your creative process here on your blog.

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