Dresden Flower Garden: A New Twist on Two Quilt Classics
Get ready for a fun new quilting adventure! Popular teachers Blanche Young and Lynette Young Bingham have combined two old favorites, Dresden Plate and Grandmother’s Flower Garden, to create a new treasure. 4 quilt projects include the basic Dresden Flower Garden plus 3 variations. Size and setting options offer infinite design possibilities. Simplified cutting and piecing techniques make sewing hexagons a snap. A colorful gallery of Dresden Flower Garden quilts will inspire your creativity.
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acrylic templates Align angle ARRANGING THE BLOCKS backstitch Batting begin sewing Bias Binding bias strips Blanche Young Blanche’s blanket stitch blind stitch block fabrics border strips center circle corner square create creote cut strips design wall Dresden Flower Garden Dresden Plate fabric for backing fabric for binding ﬁnished Finished block ﬁrst ﬂat ﬂower centers green thread hand applique hexagon light fabric machine quilted Marian Gallian medium and dark Medium blocks miter Number of blocks outer overlock paper plates patches to cut picket fence border pieced and machine pieced border piping Press the seam Quilt Layout quilt top quilted by Marian quilting design raw edges right side rotary cutter sashing strips satin stitch scraps seam allowance Sewing the Blocks side borders speciﬁc straight edge strip sets Strip Width Templote Ternplote thread top and bottom triangles trim vertical rows wedge border wide end wrong side yard fabric yards total