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Thread: From Don AGAIN--sorry--Dble wedding ring question

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    Senior Member isewman's Avatar
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    Does anyone have a web sight, in which to get the dble wedding ring templates..I have a bunch of scrap pieces, and I've been thinking about cutting those peices down to those templates..I had a book or two, but can't find them, or else I've loaned them out, and cant remember who. I've checked into the wedding ring web sight, but after looking and looking and etc, etc, i kind of give up.. And thank's again from Don-isewman1

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/4260.page
    here's the link to Patrice's patterns and instructions

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    Here is a site that has a discussion on the different ways to make this.....and tells you where to find them....... a must read before starting :D

    http://boards.hgtv.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/5894011632/m/6501092653

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    Quilter's Cache has an easy double wedding ring pattern with printable templates...

    http://www.quilterscache.com/D/DoubleWeddingRingBlock.html

    :) Good luck!

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    Oh, I was tooting around and I also came by this one on the McCall's website...it's a more difficult pattern...but it can be paper pieced, which would be the easiest way in my book! :)

    http://www.mccallsquilting.com/legacy/vintage02_pattern/index.html


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    If it was me, I would use the Quiltsmart fusible interfacing for the Double Wedding Ring. It works great and there are no curved seams to sew. Your scraps are sewn together into arcs, then sewn to the interfacing, turned and fused to the background squares. I thought it was wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martha
    If it was me, I would use the Quiltsmart fusible interfacing for the Double Wedding Ring. It works great and there are no curved seams to sew. Your scraps are sewn together into arcs, then sewn to the interfacing, turned and fused to the background squares. I thought it was wonderful.
    I LOVE QUILTSMART!! A friend of mine turned me on to it. Just sad that I didn't buy any of it when I was stateside. They don't ship it here. I need to get a big fat check and send it to my friend so she can send me some. The only drawback is...it is a bit on the pricey side

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    We have the Quiltsmart Double Wedding Ring on the bolt. Let your friend know that we are on the web at curethestitch.com . And I bet we didn't scan that stuff on put it on the web. So our phone # is 307 673-4868.
    Marcia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martha
    tlrnhi

    We have the Quiltsmart Double Wedding Ring on the bolt. Let your friend know that we are on the web at curethestitch.com . And I bet we didn't scan that stuff on put it on the web. So our phone # is 307 673-4868.
    Marcia
    I looked on the site and didn't see it. How much do you charge for it?

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    It's 3.25 per panel and a panel does 12 arcs. Marcia

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