Dresden Plate - Digital Download

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Our "Dresden Plate" quilt pattern uses our 21st century quilt in the hoop method to make this beautiful traditional design! 

Formats Included: .art, .dst, .exp, .jef, .pes, .vip, .vp3

Approximate Finish Size: 49" x 60" but this quilt can be made smaller or larger just based on the number of blocks you make!

Includes 5" and 8" block sizes. 

FREE DRESDEN PIN CUSHION INSTRUCTIONS with purchase of Dresden Plate included.


  • 5
    First Try

    Posted by Irene Young on 26th Apr 2012

    I had been away from sewing for some time. Mom was an avid quilter and although I did sew, I never felt I could compete with her expertise and wisdom for colors! When she passed away last year, I decided I wanted to continue her sewing legacy and bought a new Janome 12000 and hit the road running!! Returning to the machine was like riding a bicycle, but SOOOO much had changed!! My dealer (Super Stitch)told me about Hoopsisters, and I was hooked!!!!! I love sewing for others and my first Hoopsisters project was a table runner for one of my sisters. I used scraps from my old "stash" and created an AMAZING runner!!! It was so beautiful and EASY...I could not believe what I had created in only one day!! Mom would have been SOOO proud and a bit jealous because you can't tell the difference between my Hoopsisters runner and her painstaking pieced quilts!!! LOVIN' HOOPSISTERS !!!!

  • 5
    Rewired Dresden

    Posted by Sally Laidlaw on 25th Apr 2012

    I bought this design to make a birthday table topper for my twin grand daughters...it was a huge hit...and gets used yearly and for the weekly kid tea party. Loved the design so much that I have made a quilt, and used one plate many times for a block of the month insert, a bag or just because. Love the product, and the results are spectacular.

  • 5
    Dresden Plate

    Posted by Maryland Jenkins on 24th Apr 2012

    Purchased this software as my first project ever on an embroidery machine. Im not finished yet, but it is turning out great. Its going together very easy with the tutorial and simple to follow instructions. I am excited to start my next project with Hoopsisters.

  • 5
    Easy Dresden Block

    Posted by J. Weaver on 23rd Apr 2012

    I purchased this product to do 23 dresden blocks for an exchange. I used tan batik for the back ground fabric, 4 different orange batiks for the petals and a chocolate brown batik for the center. The product was very easy to use and the blocks were beautiful.

  • 5
    Dresden Plate - Never Easier

    Posted by Donna McLennan on 23rd Apr 2012

    A wonderful pattern and so easy. I did this quilt in oriental fabric (black, white and red)and it was truly eye catching.

  • 5
    Traditional block updated

    Posted by Mary Furber on 23rd Apr 2012

    I purchased this program to make a batik version of the traditional Dresden Plate block. I used a black background with bright batiks and it is wonderful. I’ve also made a table runner with traditional 1930s fabrics. Another great program from HoopSisters!