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Thread: Hooked on Double Wedding rings

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    I am in awe, they are all beautiful!
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    Wow....................stunning!!!

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    Gorgeous!!!
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    You do an awesome job with a difficult pattern.

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    beautiful, I will do a DWR some day....
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    both are very pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brenwalt View Post
    These were made with the Marti Michell DWR templates. I just followed her instructions. I have also used the John Flynn method. Advantage of the JF method is there are more ring sizes available. With the MM method, you are limited to a 17" ring size. Am about ready to try a strip pieced DWR called "Colorado Wedding." - you could check out the website www.pambonodesigns.com and see if it is there. I had downloaded it some time ago. When I get this one done (way in the future, I'll also post it)

    Thanks for sharing the above information. I can add nothing that hasn't already been said. You have inspired many quilters here tonight to make a DWR quilt(s). Thank you for taking the time to post your pictures and love of the DWR.


    Linda

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    I looked at the Colorado Wedding quilt. That is absolutely beautiful. It reminds me of ribbons. This is a new take on a very old pattern. Thanks for sharing.


    Linda

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    Your quilts and pillows are gorgeous! I'm wanting to make a double wedding ring like the one I slept under as a teenager. I've started collecting fabrics that remind me of the ones in it. I think it had been made in the 20s or 30s and kept put away until we had it quilted in the early 60s.

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