I’m a quilt designer with many books,
patterns & templates to make beautiful quilts!
I’m excited to join Benita Skinner & many other quilters
the month of September.
In case you’re not familiar with me or my quilts,
here is a look at a few that my daughter,
Clare, & I took with us to Kansas City, KS back in June.
I love making little Dresden plates….
I have 2 templates for making Dresden plates.
My Mini Dresden Plate Template makes 9″ finished blocks,
& my Tiny Dresden Plate Template makes 4 1/2″ finished blocks.
The 2 templates play nicely together,
so I’ve designed many quilts that use 1 or both of the templates.
Most of the quilts below can be found in my latest book,
Dresden Quilt Workshop.
I love sewing & decorating for Christmas,
and these are a few of my Christmas quilts.
Along with the patterns, books & templates,
I also sell the notions that I use to make my Dresdens so precise!
Take a look around,
& check out previous blog posts to join one of my Quilt-Alongs.
Visit my website:
On October 1st,
there will be a Great Grand Prize of quilting goodies by
Be sure to join the fun!
Just Keep Sewing…
41 thoughts on “2019 Quilters Meet & Greet”
Nice! I didn’t get to go to KC this year but was there 2 years ago. Your booth looks lovely!
Thanks, Kristie! It’s a very nice show!
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4½” dresdens would be so cute. What a fabulous booth.
Your quilts are fabulous, Susan. You already know I’m a big fan!!!
& your comments always make my day, Sue!
So many pretty quilts, and your booth looks so inviting!
lovely work, makes me want to try a dresden plate or two for Christmas giving.
Thanks, Selina! They’r addictive!
What pretty dresden quilts! Your books are definitely on my wish list.
Hi Suzn! I have a couple of your patterns(from a while back). Nice to run across your blog:)
I’ve worked with Dresdens minimally but certainly admire your work with them!
Thanks! I love making them (obviously, lol).
I love Dresdens so I probly need that mini. Great designs.
The smaller, the better! The Tiny (4 1/2″ finished) are my favorites.
The dresden was the first block I ever did in quilting an don eI still like to come back to. x
I made the 12″ version first & really liked it but always thought they’d be cuter smaller. They are!
Such beautiful quilts! Nice to get to know you in the M&G.
You do beautiful intricate work. I have yet to work on a Dresden so maybe this is an area to work in.
They’re not hard, and very addicting, Lisa!
Love your beautiful work!
I’ve made just one Dresden plate quilt…more in the future?
I hope so! They’re fun & addicting!
Beautiful quilts!! I love Dresden’s…want to make a few too …. Feeling encouraged after your sharing here..thank you :)
They really are fun!
Thanks for participating in this year’s Meet and Greet! It was nice to “meet” you. I participated last year and had SEW much fun meeting all of the visitors. Enjoy!
What beautifully detailed work you do; you must be a very patient lady. Thanks for sharing!
Nice to meet you. Can you believe I have never made a Dresden plate quilt!
Very intricate designs. I’ve not done any Dresden patterns.
A lot of beautiful quilts here!
Lovely table runner and the ” Love” wall hanging. Those colours go so well together.
HI! I am Jayne, a fellow featured guest on the Meet and Greet. I am late in visiting all the participants, obviously! I love your little dresdens, and am also quite interested in your quilt-alongs. I will follow you, and be on the lookout for future fun! Nice meeting you!
It has been a pleasure to meet you on the Meet and Greet. I am behind…but that seems to be the story of my life of late. I have only made one Dresden Plate… and it is still a flimsy, but destined to be quilted someday. Yep, we all use that one. I’ll have to look for your books.