Many years ago I recieved a pattern for a Dresden Heart block but never got around to making it.. NOW I am ready but cannot find the pattern! Can someone help me find it or send me a link or a copy of it. I tried a few places online but had no luck,, Thank you Susan
Susan I think Eleanor Burns has a pattern ,you might check out her web site. Or go to google and look up Dresden hearts should pull up a ton of them. Barbara
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Try googling "Dresden at Heart"; the pattern I have is by Laura's Sage Country Quilts.
The pattern has a circle of hearts around a circular center (a yo-yo would be an interesting center also). The wall-hanging shown on the pattern cover has four "circle of hearts" motifs in the center with a large border with hand appliqued scallops, flowers and hearts in each corner.
The Odessa Quilt Shop is named: The Quilt Crossing
It's very small, no website, but phone # is (509) 982-2194
I know they regularly carry all of Laura's patterns.
I saw this when googling dresden heart block but she doesn't have a pattern for it - depending on your skill level you might be able to make it from seeing the picture...
Saw this one and it has a pattern for it...
NOTE: The instructions are written using the color combination of the original model, which is a complementary pink-cranberry and green color scheme. Use the value references provided to make the appropriate substitutions for alternative color combinations.Canvas: 18" or 20" square of OOE or Zweigart pink 24-mesh Congress cloth Stretcher frame: 18" or 20" square#5 pearl cotton: 1 skein DMC #3326 light pink 1 skein DMC #309 rose or medium dark pink#8 pearl cotton: 2 balls DMC #3326 light pink (the second ball is optional, but the background area looks a bit fresher if executed with a new ball instead of the inner core of the first ball) 2 balls DMC #335 medium pink 1 ball DMC #498 cranberry 1 ball DMC #368 medium green or sage#16 Kreinik metallic braid: 1 reel #9194 star green (light value) 1 reel #085 peacock (dark value) #8 Kreinik metallic braid: 2 reels#092 pink (light value) - 1 reel okay if you are thrifty 2 reels #031 rose (medium dark value)Cotton floss: 1 skein DMC #367 medium dark green 2 skeins DMC #500 dark green
That last post appears as I look at it to be an embroiidery block - when I first saw it thought it was cute and quilting - so sorry about that one.
I saw this pic when I googled dresden heart.... exactly what I want to make but I wouldn't even attempt to draft a pattern..THX
Please ask before you take my image from my quilt. If and when I have time to post the instructions I will, but really?
hi lindy, first i want to welcome you to the group.
if you let us know which image is yours, we'll be happy to remove it for you.
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Thea:I saw this when googling dresden heart block but she doesn't have a pattern for it
No one has a patten for this one. I have been looking for years and may have to make it myself. if you look at the petals, it can be done. Maybe by me.....later.
Is this what you are looking for:
Here is a link: laurassagecountryquilts.com
Please remove this image.It was lifted from my blog without asking first. I have the pattern and it is complicated. I PAID for mine in a class taken many years ago.
LIndy ,this has to be removed by one of the moderators ,I sure they will do this for you when they see the message ,Just give them alittle time to see your message. Barbara
Lindy, which image is it? You can click on the person's name who posted it and ask her directly to remove it.
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