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Thread: *NEW* idea----Double Wedding Ring Variation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying_V_Goddess
    I came up with this design lying awake in bed still thinking of how to get the color layout for the other quilt to work.
    When I lose sleep thinking about quilting, I tell myself, things can't be too bad if that's all I have to worry about :)

    Nice job in your design! Would love to see it materialize for you!

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    Great quilt drafting. Love your ideas. I may have to try one of those variations. Love em. Keep up the good work. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: Pam W.

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    Only the tops of the pictuers load on my slow dialup.

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    cool ,,,,, what do you mean their not suppose to be peiced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tia sarah
    cool ,,,,, what do you mean their not suppose to be peiced.
    Just the one that's in red and black...the red part is sectioned off into pieces and its not supposed to be. Its supposed to be one solid piece instead of being like four or five pieces sewn together. I was in a hurry to show you guys the designs so I didn't take the time to fix it.

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    The shadowing is VERY interesting. That is a great design! I can't help you with curves. They scare me.

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    The fabric choice to me would be crucial to make the biggest impact using the idea from the third option. Light to medium, medium to dark, light to dark. Decisions, decisions.

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    More awesome designs Sam! I've done some curved piecing, even taught a guild workshop on a quilt called "Pagodas" that had "wavy" piecing. You just go slow & it isn't hard at all. :D I think I would probably go for paper piecing on these, seems it would take the stress out of matching maybe. Keep up the great designing!

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    Make mine a double. Yikes! Please post when the quilt is done, I'm curious as to how it will look in fabric. :thumbup:

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    Hi -- this is beautiful! Thanks for the pic! I am looking to make one and not sure if I want to make a traditional one -- I am especially drawn to t he "pickle dish" but this might be one that I could work with!!! Thanks! e

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