Dresden Plate Blocks are so versatile which is why I love them so much. They look beautiful on their own as a wall hanging, you can use them as a decorative pillow cover, a dolls blanket or you can make it into a quilt. They are so beautiful and unique but they look challenging, to say the least. Somehow, I mustered up the courage last night to test my sewing skills and create a Dresden Plate Block for myself and surprisingly, it was EASY and FUN! I want you all to to conquer your fears about Dresden Plate Blocks and follow our simple tutorial. Good luck and as always, if you have ANY questions, please ask away!
- Rotary cutter
- Cutting board
- Template (printable template)
- 16 pieces of Scraps (need to be at least 2”x5”). We used Birch Farm by Joel Dewberry
- Thread of choice
- 12-14” square to put the Dresden plate on (makes 10” Dresden plate)