Yes, Hias's WriteATR program will do that for you with some exceptions. It's usually not possible to write SD or 90k images, ED or 130k images will sometimes work, and DD or 180k will work quite well provided you have a modified 1050 that can read DD too.
I use Hias's AtariDSK myself. To transfer zipped atr files to the Atari and there I can use Ken Sider's diskformer to make all three types of common atr files. You still need a modified 1050 that can do DD though.