Fun fact: Jenny Doan used to be terrified of dresdens. (Dozens of little pieces. Loads of top stitching. Scary, scary, scary!) But then…she finally gave ‘em a try. And guess what? She fell head-over-heels in love!
Over the years, Jenny has stitched up dresden plates, dresden bouquets, and even dresden turkeys! (22 different projects in all! Watch the entire playlist HERE!)
For this month’s Triple Play tutorial, Jenny and the girls created 3 gorgeous dresden quilt patterns made with jelly rolls, layer cakes, and charms. Click HERE to watch the video – we can’t wait to hear which quilt you like best!
They say less is more, but what if we’re talking about ice cream? Because in my book, a double scoop outscores a single scoop every day of the week. And after watching this week’s new tutorial, I think you’ll agree: a Double Wide Dresden Ruler is much more fun than a single!
This week Barb and Mary of Me & My Sister Designs are in the studio with Jenny to whip up some dresden magic. Click HERE to learn how to use their double wide template to make a beautiful Beach Ball Dresden Quilt!
In a favorite Christmas storybook, a tiny Christmas elf dips his brush into a can of checkered paint as he works on a chessboard. Checkered paint! How magical is that? One quick brush stroke and the work is done!
In today’s new tutorial you’ll learn how to make the gorgeously intricate Checkered Dresden quilt, and it’s so simple, it’s almost as easy as a swipe of checkered paint!
Here are all the details to make your own Checkered Dresden Quilt! Yes, you really only need 2.5″ strips to make the dresden! This technique is so easy and the results are fabulous!
Click on the button below to watch the tutorial and get started on your quilt! You won’t believe how easy this method is!
Look at this bright, happy quilt! It looks like rays of sunshine and it features the dresden blade that we love! It’s called Dresden Blades and the result is so fun! Switch up the fabrics and the look of the quilt will be completely different!
Jenny also shows how to use the leftover blocks to make an adorable table runner! Isn’t this so fun??
Click on the button below to WATCH THE TUTORIAL and find everything you’ll need to get started!