In this fun and easy twist on the traditional Dresden plate, you’ll create your very own neighborhood. Fun, funky, colorful, traditional, or seasonal, you decide! Simple to piece, this pattern uses lots of scraps and brings out your creative side. Creating one neighborhood makes a 24" by 24" wall-hanging. Piece several together to make a unique quilt top.
Please bring: Dresden Neighborhood Quilt Pattern by Persimmon Dreams (Search for this on Etsy.com. It is a downloadable file.)
Collection of fabric scraps for houses, roofs, windows and doors
(2) 24″ x 24″ pieces. of background fabric for front and back
Easy Dresden Plate Ruler by EZ Quilting
Double-sided fusible webbing (Melanie suggests Steam-a-Seam or Wonder Under)
Sewing machine in good working order with power cord and foot control; quarter-inch foot for your sewing machine
Neutral thread for piecing; thread for top stitching, mono-poly works well; pins—patchwork or fine pins
Rotary cutter with sharp blade, acrylic ruler and small self-healing mat; basic sewing supplies— i.e. seam ripper, scissors, snips, chocolate, Band-Aids, etc.