DRESDEN PLATE APPLIQUÉ
9 OR 10 INCH
PDF DOWNLOAD - SHAPES 19 MB + DESIGN BOOK
Print shapes on fabric with any ordinary Inkjet printer.
This Inklingo PDF includes the shapes 9 different blades and two sizes of circles.
There are also 5 different back-basting layouts, which give perfect positioning with scraps—without printing blades!
Features of this Shape Collection (PDF)
- shapes to print on fabric
- choice of 9 different blade shapes
- choice of 8, 12, 16, or 24 blades per plate
- choice of 2 sizes of circle for the center (1.5 and 2.5 inch), plus half and quarter circles
- diagrams showing how much fabric you need
- shapes without seam allowances to print on freezer paper
(just in case you want templates)
- use a rotary cutter or scissors
- skip the tracing, skip the light box, skip the markers!
- get great results by hand or by machine with matching marks printed on the fabric
- shop your stash for scraps or use the diagrams to buy what you need
- fussy cut some of the shapes for impressive effects
- back-basting layouts have generous seam allowances just in case the appliqué shrinks the background
- if you back-baste, you can print any size (see the free Appliqué Printing Instructions)
- use Jelly Rolls for some of the blades
- mix two or more blades in each plate for unique designs
- complimentary design book with everything you need to design and make your quilt
- follow the step-by-step assembly instructions for results that will make you proud
- see the reviews! (left sidebar)
Choice of Methods
- use Inklingo to print the patches and/or the back-basting outlines on the fabric (no tracing!)
- use traditional appliqué techniques with templates printed on freezer paper
- foundation piece the blades on printed backgrounds
- back-baste individual blades, or just the tops
I like a combination of foundation piecing and back-basting the best. All of the methods are illustrated in the design book (74 pages). It is free with this shape collection, so be sure to order it too.
Love the lines. Quilt more!
You will be happy with the results you get with sewing lines and matching marks printed on the fabric!
"A few" possible 9 inch blocks!
The backgrounds and blades in this collection can be combined in many ways to make distinctive variations of Dresden Plate, Wheel, and Fan designs.
"Pansies Art Deco" was designed and sewn by Claudia Rollins for the SewBatik Fabric Challenge at the Association of Pacific West Quilters Show.
18 x 18, as required by the SewBatik Fabric Challenge.
You can see it in person August 23 - 25, 2013 in Tacoma WA. Shown with permission of Claudia and the Show Director, Elizabeth Spannring. (Thank you!)
Claudia is an inspiration. She used a variety of Inklingo blades to create a truly unique variation of Dresden Plate.
YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL!
If you order the Appliqué collection and the Fancy Pieced collection, you will have it all! (Everything in the Basic Pieced collection is included in the Fancy Pieced Collection.)
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