Large Dresden Wall Hanging

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It has been a few years….you think I am exaggerating but I am not! Here is proof! Oh yeah….I chose the fabric for this finish 2 1/2 years ago!

Well regardless….it is done!!!

Large dresden

Before I could finish it I had to rip out a ton of quilting I had done it quite some time ago. I am so glad I took the time to do that! I took a different approach this time and it looks MUCH better! You can see the quilting much better from the back…

large dresden back

My first thought was to use it as a table topper.

large dresden dresses the table

But then I remembered my sewing room was curtain-less! I moved the curtains I made for my sewing room to my kitchen. So….

large dresden as a curtain

Love it!!

**Edited to add**

Quilt Stats

Name:¬†Large Dresden (ever so creative ūüėČ
Made for: Me
Fabric: Hugs & Kisses by Linda Lum DeBono and Unknown white on white on front, backing is Cheap Talk by Connecting Threads
Thread: Pieced with CT Essential Thread Taupe, quilted with a Star Variegated Orange in bobbin and CT Essentials Thread White on top
Batting: Warm & Natural 100 % Cotton
Size:¬†30″ square
Quilting: Followed the dresdens to form a star then followed circles and tiny border

I have another finish (or two) for you tomorrow! Oh and Amazing Grace is almost done…I am stitching the binding down **my favorite part – NOT**!!

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14 Comment

  1. It looks great as a curtain, and I love the quilting on it. That is the QAL where I met you on line.

  2. That QAL was the start of something social for all of us I reckon!

  3. Looks fabulous! And mine still languishes under the frame waiting for its time to come!

  4. well done! Some sewing needs time. great finish

  5. It’s not only done – it’s beautiful! blessings, marlene

  6. Love it!!! Thanks for sharing a beautiul piece!!

  7. connandvansmom says: Reply

    Rhonda it turned out absolutely beautiful. I just love dresdens.

  8. Such a beautiful Dresden! I’m a new quilter and want to try one but just haven’t gotten up the nerve. Thank you for sharing!

  9. Great finish Rhonda! Well done. That scrappy border sets it off and the quilting is amazing!

  10. What a beautiful finish! However you are very naughty for including a link to Lynne’s tutorial – don’t you know how many things I already have on my to-do list? Pinned!

  11. Oh, Rhonda, that’s just so super! Absolutely amazing finish. I love the new quilting you did…can’t imagine what the old looked like, but this is perfect. xx

  12. Perfect new location for it

  13. Yay, so lovely to see it finished. Perfect addition to your sewing room.

  14. It is lovely and there is nothing wrong with taking your time to get things done!

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