The Quilt Show Puzzle: "Hattie’s Dresden" by Lee Chappell Monroe

Do a puzzle of Lee Chappell Monroe's quilt, Hattie’s Dresden.


Hattie’s Dresden is the definition of Lee's "modernitional" aesthetic, combining both modern and traditional elements into one quilt. This is part of Lee's "Dresden Period", and started with the idea of how far she could stretch a Dresden design. Lee likes to joke that it is her most popular pattern purchased, but not the most popular pattern of hers made. The quilt is named in honor of Lee's great-grandmother May Chappell's sister, Hattie.


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See more of Lee's quilts in How to Make a Color Wheel Quilt, Perfect Piecing, and Heirloom Looks by Machine with Lee Chappell Monroe.


HattiesDresdenbyLeeChappellMonroe - 36 Pieces Non-Rotating

HattiesDresdenbyLeeChappellMonroe - 100 Pieces Non-Rotating

HattiesDresdenbyLeeChappellMonroe - 289 Pieces Non-Rotating

HattiesDresdenbyLeeChappellMonroe - 36 Pieces Rotating

HattiesDresdenbyLeeChappellMonroe - 100 Pieces Rotating

HattiesDresdenbyLeeChappellMonroe - 289 Pieces Rotating




Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis


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