The Dresdens on this blog hop have been absolutely stunning and I have enjoyed each day of this hop as much (and maybe even more!) than the others I have been a part of. A big thanks to our organizer Madame Samm and chief scheduler and cheer leader Christine.
I made a Dresden wallhanging last year (click here to see my Joy Spring Dresden)
so for this blog hop
I challenged myself to make a "daring dresden" in a miniature version.
It is made of civil war reproduction fabrics and ended up to be 8" square.
The center circle is hand embroidered and I beaded the tea dyed rickrack around the circle. I finished off the little quilt with some hand quilted echoed lines around the plates.
"Dare to Dream" will be donated to the upcoming silent auction to raise money for aboriginal services at the college where I work.
My quilt model Molly says that she dares to dream of warmer weather so she can get a spring hair cut and see better!!
What are you daring to dream?!?
Here is the list of Dresden makers today...ENJOY!
Nancy W @ “that Other Blog”