Great Tutorial! Your Dresden Plate looks so happy and cheerful!
Lovely tutorial...no need for words!
Great tutorial. I totally want that wedge ruler for Christmas.
Oh Meg!!! this is an amazing tutorial. I have ALWAYS wanted to make one of these but could never figure out how. Now I have to try it!!!!
amazing!! such a great "wordless" tutorial!! I love it! and I'll sure give it a try!!thanks!!^-^
Thanks for the toturial! you make it look so easy :-)
Best tutorial I have seen yet!! And no words! Awsome!Definetly going to bookmark your blog! I can't wait to get started on one with all my 30's fabric!
I love this Meg, thanks!
Meg, this is great! Thanks so much.
Love the tutorial - very clear instructions! Just in time for a last-minute Christmas gift!
Great tutorial!! After the holidays I might have enough time to give it a go.
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Hi I just discoverd your blog and its so much fun. Love meeting other fellow sew girls. Your bags are so pretty. I too make handbags and other projects. Come by and say hi!!
Great visual directions. I didn't sew mine all the way to the tips. Instead I made a circle. The tips now look like prairie points! Thanks.
Gorgeous tutorial. I was wondering what sized plate it makes? Thanks!
wow i though is way hard to make dressen plate. you convinced me! i'll try it to make a mug rug! thanks a lot
Thanks for a great tutorial! I appreciate it!
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