Dresden Plate Corners

 
The borders are done but the corners are not! I had to mark each corner first to continue the pattern that I started in the borders. I don't think this will take too long. The four corners should be done pretty quickly. I'm going to try and scallop the borders. I think that would be a nice finishing touch to the Dresden Plates. I found this pattern at Bunny Hill Designs. There is a template to use to scallop the corners as well as the borders. I think I'll mark it first to make sure it works out. I'll cut later. (If I ever get the courage!)


 
 
I received an early Christmas gift. I'm actually drinking it right now! It's Mrs. Patmore's Pudding Tea! It has a wonderful taste! I can't wait for Downton Abbey to start up Season 5. I think it's debuting after the New Year. It's something to look forward to after the holidays. Can't wait!!
 
Hope everyone is getting their holiday shopping done! I'm so sick of it. I'm not done yet but I'm getting there!!


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  1. What a fun gift! Great quilting..hugs, Julierose

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    1. It's nice to relax with some tea during this busy season. I'm thrilled to be finishing up this quilt. Took forever!

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  2. I like your plan to work out the quilting in the corners.
    Enjoy your tea! I plan on doing the same....

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    1. So glad this quilt is just about done! That tea is so nice for relaxing!

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  3. quilt idea is great. wished I lived closer. tea sounds delish

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