Tuesday, April 11, 2017

DOUBLE WEDDING RING PART 3

Well the project is coming along.  I fear I am running out of fabric choices, so I may have to get on line and see what I can do.  Plus my bestie Brooke has offered to go through her stash and see what she can de-shrash for me.   These templates are Victoria Findley Wolfe's, which I borrow from a friend.  I love them, as they are 20 inches across a completed ring.  The nice thing is you have to cut out all your pieces and construct them in rows.  Then you just sew the rows together.  Tips: Starch does wonders for  piecing these, and Fons and Porter Fabric glue instead of pinning.  Never thought I would actually do one of these and this has been so much fun.  
No it is not done, but it is on its way so I am linking up:

6 comments:

  1. What fun picking out those fabrics. They look great together. Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesday

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  2. Your quilt is lovely! Double Wedding Rings have always intimidated me, but your posts is very encouraging!

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  3. wow, wow, wow!!!
    looks great!!

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  4. Wow! I like that center piece with the house, stars, and fish. Good luck on the fabric hunt!

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  5. It's looking fantastic! Good to hear the bigger size is working better, and that you're enjoying making this. Thank you so much for sharing on Midweek Makers!

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  6. Your DWR is looking super! Isn't it fun to have a friend de-stash to your advantage? My quilty friends and I are often swapping fabrics. ;-)

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