Tuesday, April 26, 2016

What a Deal

The thought of making a double wedding ring used to scare me.  It was one of those quilts I loved but figured I would never make.  But with a little encouragement from Victoria I took the plunge and what was just going to be a table runner (you know just to try the method and say I had done it) turned into a queen size quilt. 
If you've been toying with the idea of a double wedding ring quilt, Keepsake Quilting has a special on templates.  They even have it precut  using 30's fabrics if you are interested. For someone who hates to cut out quilts this is quite a deal. That's over 2,000 pieces you don't have to cut!
Speaking of the 30's the Farmer's Wife is also on sale on their site. It's 45% off!  Now that's a deal!

8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous, what an achievement.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  2. it's lovely...i've made 2 DWR and contemplating a 3rd...meaning i've got scraps cut...LOL

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  3. Your Double Wedding Ring quilt is wonderful. That is one quilt I want to make. I just have not gotten around to it yet. I think I have the same feeling about it as you did. Maybe I can get myself into this quilt soon...?

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  4. Queen sized DWR - way to go! Love the scrappiness, looks like you had a great time with Victoria. Her books are inspiring, so I bet a course with her is wonderful :)

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  5. Fabulous quilt! I know what you mean about thinking it impossible. Makes the finish all the sweeter.☺

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  6. Fabulous quilt! I know what you mean about thinking it impossible. Makes the finish all the sweeter.☺

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  7. Wow, that's a great achievement! That's a tough pattern to make.

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