Making Our Own Dresden Sunburst Quilt

 

 

If either your cuts or your seam allowance are off by even a tiny amount this block may not work out the way it’s envisioned.

One suggestion is to put 10 blades together and see if it creates an exact half circle. It not you may have to adjust your seam allowance.

Pressing incorrectly can also create problems.

So go slow & concentrate on accurate cuts and straight seams.

The result will be a beautiful addition to your quilt block repertoire

 

 


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9 Responses to “Making Our Own Dresden Sunburst Quilt”

  1. Carolyn Henry Gaston

    May 09. 2017

    Love your tutorials. Can’t wait to try my first Dresden Plate project.

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  2. Kitty Brim

    May 09. 2017

    Love the tutorials. This is one I made. Working on butterflies next. Thank you for helping us learn.

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  3. Wanda Walz Vandegraft

    May 09. 2017

    I have made this. I loved it.

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  4. Rose Thomas

    Jul 20. 2017

    I enjoyed watching the video. You are excellent at what you do. Thank you

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  5. Mary Jo Freeman

    Jul 20. 2017

    I think of you Lynne M. Crisafi

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  6. Lynne M. Crisafi

    Jul 20. 2017

    I did enjoy making my Dresden Quilt top…

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  7. Jean Gulley

    Aug 17. 2017

    Absolutely beautiful!

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  8. Linda Good Arkwright

    Aug 18. 2017

    Who doesn’t love Jeannie!

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  9. Wanda Walz Vandegraft

    Aug 20. 2017

    I made this last year. Loved making it. Not as hard as you would think.

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