The Dresden design can be seen in the earliest surviving American-made pieced medallion quilts from 1785. By the 1930s, the Dresden plate block gained popularity in the quilting world and continues to evolve to this day.
Join us for the newest phase of the Dresden plate design using the new double wide ruler which gives a secondary star pattern in the Center. The hexagon shaped topper shows off your Dresden plate at its best.
This table topper is the perfect blank slate for any fabrics of your choosing. It looks great with holiday fabrics, civil war prints, 1930s reproduction prints, modern, etc. Dress up your dining or kitchen tables. It even looks great on a coffee table or nightstand.
This is the perfect quick project for yourself or as a gift.
Teacher: Linda Millerick
Date: Saturday, August 3: 11am-3:30pm
Class Fee: $50
Class Rating: Q