Sunday, September 27, 2009

Playing Hooky

I have not touched the little baby quilt at since I cut it out the other day. Booo for me!


But today I had an overwhelming urge to cut out one little Dresden Plate. I saw a video from
Missouri Star Quilt Company via Moda Bake Shop, and it looked so easy I thought, "Even I can do that!"


So, even though I did not have a template, I sort of fudged one and this is the end result!
Seriously, it did not take long at all. I am so impressed!
Now, what shall I do with it? I'm sure I'll figure out something. :)
Enjoy your day!
Hugs and kisses,

7 comments:

Nettie said...

ooh this is gorgeous Elaine! wish I had time to quilt proper, maybe next year. The colour blends are beautiful and the whole thing really inspiring! Have a good week, hugs Nettie x

Eggs In My Pocket / Yesteryear Embroideries said...

How cheerful! These would be so pretty to place on a table! Love the fabric choices! blessings,Kathleen

Annie said...

Gorgeous!!! Try some of the quilt backing with the swirls, it was lots of fun.

Thimbleanna said...

Wow! Is that ever an adorable quilt block -- I love your fabric choices!!!

Glenna at Hollyhock Quilts said...

Hi Elaine-- Thanks so much for keeping in touch! Your encouragement is greatly appreciated! I LOVE your Dresden Plate! Have a great week---

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I'm hurrying through blogs but I couldn't not leave a comment Elaine. Love this block. The fabric is so cute. I can't believe you "fudged" it!

Shawn said...

Your Dresden Plate blocks look beautiful Elaine, I was looking thru your blog and your Christmas quilt for a friend is so pretty. I love to sew on rainy days too and we have raised many Rhode Island Reds, they are busy birds! Thanks for visiting me.