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Thread: Have you made Double Wedding Ring patterns?

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    thanks I just found the video on hgtv

    http://www.hgtv.com/videos/wedding-r...g-1/10565.html

    also here is the link to buy the book from Amazon and can look thru the pages online

    http://www.amazon.com/Rings-Cheryl-P...der_0967789443

    Quote Originally Posted by BKrenning
    Check out Cheryl Phillips book, "Rings That Bind." There are videos on http://www.hgtv.com that show it done in a 4 block wall hanging. It is a quilt as you go & self binding method and the book usually comes with the arc tool. Mine did, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pamela Artman
    I am working on one right now, my first. Sewing the arc pieces together was a breeze. Sewing the curved arcs to the background pieces is a little harder. I'm not having a hard time at all with pieces fitting together just right... it just takes a little more pinning and more time sewing them than sewing straight pieces. I'm anxious to see it all completed.
    free tutorial: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-4260-1.htm

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    I have that one, took a course with it actually...but never finished it! I didn't like the way it looked when it went together. I did a traditional one with all the individual pcs a couple of years later for a customer and loved it. Yet to do one for me!

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    I was thinking of using the inklingo method of doing this one. Has anyone done this? I wish the made the die for the Go but I thought this might be the next best thing.

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    I made on with the paper piece pattern. I t was easy and fun to do.

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    I will be making one for my youngest DD when she gets married. I'm using the tute Patrice posted here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflyquilter
    I was thinking of using the inklingo method of doing this one. Has anyone done this? I wish the made the die for the Go but I thought this might be the next best thing.
    Let me know if you make the inklingo one, I have it but haven't played with it. :-D

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    Let me know if you make the inklingo one, I have it but haven't played with it. :-D[/quote]

    I just purchased it this morning and I am getting ready to play with it

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    I'll be watching and waiting!! :-D :-D

    On my way to Texas, I'll check in.

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