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Carey Posted: Wed, Sep 18 2013 7:27 PM

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone was working on a double wedding ring quilt right now or has done one in the past? I have a customer who wants a double wedding ring twin size quilt completed no set deadline for completion. I have been doing some research on the pattern after I used Eq7 and it seems the two easiest ways is to either use fusible interfacing or paper piecing to complete the design. The Eq7 design with the colors she chose for the quilt.

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Leslie replied on Wed, Sep 18 2013 8:27 PM

I made one using Quiltmakers fusible, pretty easy

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gini replied on Wed, Sep 18 2013 11:14 PM

carey, don't we have a double wedding ring group here?

i've made one, i hand pieced it.  probably not the technique you're thinking of doing

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gini replied on Wed, Sep 18 2013 11:16 PM

Double Wedding Ring

try this link

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gini replied on Wed, Sep 18 2013 11:17 PM

crud that isn't a link.   if you go to groups scroll clear to the bottom and click on the heading that is the QCA groups, then scroll down until you find double wedding ring. 

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tnmtgrl replied on Thu, Sep 19 2013 11:21 AM

Carey:

Hello everyone,

I was wondering if anyone was working on a double wedding ring quilt right now or has done one in the past? I have a customer who wants a double wedding ring twin size quilt completed no set deadline for completion. I have been doing some research on the pattern after I used Eq7 and it seems the two easiest ways is to either use fusible interfacing or paper piecing to complete the design. The Eq7 design with the colors she chose for the quilt.

Carey I recently finished one, it was my first attempt and I used the fusible interfacing from Quiltsmart .....compared to other methods it was very easy to use and follow the directions. I actually ended up ordering the book by Eleanor Burns Egg Money Quilts...it has the template and instructions. You can go to Qnntv and type in Double wedding ring to view her video....just look for Eleanor Burns

 

 

 

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Carey replied on Thu, Sep 19 2013 3:42 PM

Thanks guys. :) I will do both. The client doesn't like the scrappy look the rings are all the same color.

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tnmtgrl replied on Fri, Sep 20 2013 8:30 AM

Carey:

Thanks guys. :) I will do both. The client doesn't like the scrappy look the rings are all the same color.

That's cool....it's even easier when the arcs are all the same color...

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