Tuesday, March 14, 2017


     For several months now I have had it in my mind to attempt a Double Wedding Ring Quilt, well at least a table runner or wall hanging, lets not get too overly confident.  I order a paper pieced pattern by Timeless Treasures.  Well 28 pages of direction later, you have to be kidding, I was stumped. 
     So I ordered Victoria Findlay Wolfe's book Double Wedding Ring Quilts.  It is a wonderful book, full of inspiration, but few real directions for a beginner.  
     At last I decided to go on Craftsy, and purchase a class.  I have taken a number of classes in the past from Craftsy and they are great.   Contemporary Curves Double Wedding Ring Quilts by Jackie Kinkel is no exception.  She not only gives great directions, but also material with paper piecing templates too.  
    It took me several times watching her direction.  The beauty of Crafts.  You can watch it over, and over, and over again until ones gets it firmly ingrained in ones brain.  
    Above, my first block.  It is perfect, no wrinkles, pleats and it is the right size too.  
      Block number two, just the two outside white newsprint to sew on, but that is not going to be an issue; I've got this now.  
     This is a WIP, but I can see a table runner, wall hanging, and oh who knows maybe a quilt in the near future.
So I am linking up with:
Young Texan Mama


  1. Nice block. I love your fabrics.

  2. Yea! for you! I also like Craftsy for their classes. So nice to get to watch them again and again. I've also bought several patterns from Craftsy. Nice that ppl can link to them to sell their ideas. Oh, and I've bought supplies too and have not been disappointed. I guess I like everything about Craftsy! Can't wait to see more of your DWR quilt!

  3. This is going to be an amazing quilt, and good for you sticking at it and not giving up!

  4. I like your determination - where there is a will there is a way and I'm glad you found it! Hope you are making a quilt xx Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesday!

  5. Very fun and beautiful! Birds are cute!

  6. Way to go. So wonderful that you stuck to it. I'll bet the final project will really fill you with pride knowing what you went through to get it done. It's going to be a great "whatever".

  7. That's going to be a fun quilt! Thanks for sharing and keep us posted on the progress.

  8. What a great quilt! I admire your tenacity! Visiting from To Do Tuesday at Stitch All Things!

  9. That quilt is on my bucket list! I've not been brave enough to attempt it. Great work, and so glad you found a way to get it done. I will save that Craftsy class to watch in the future!