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Cut Size -
4-Round plates 2 1/8"W x 5"H (5 cm x 13 cm), 4-Pointed plates 2 5/8"W x 5 1/2"H (7 cm x 14 cm) and 2-Circles 4" (10 cm)
Finished Size -Twenty rounded plates form a 12" circle, twenty-two pointed plates form a 13 1/2" circle
FREE GO! Dresden Plate Table Runner pattern included.
Use 10" x 24" cutting mat (55113).
popular name for this quilt, Dresden Plate, reflects the romance of the
Victorian Era with it's love of elaborate decoration on household items
and décor. Dresden, Germany was a center of 19th century romanticism
movement in art, one that included the fine decoration of porcelain. The
plates were embellished with elaborate design using flowers, fruits and
foliage. The beautiful plates would surely have been admired by women
of the early 20th century.
The Dresden Plate quilt pattern was one of the most popular quilts
made during the 1920s and 30s. It was first published in the 20s but
not always under the name Dresden Plate. Grandmother's Sunburst,
Friendship Ring, Aster, Dahlia and Sunflower are all names I've seen for
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