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Thread: My Double Wedding Ring Quilt

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    Senior Member stitchingcrazy's Avatar
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    I have made a DWR quilt before and I have just finished this one. It was done by the applique method using fine fusible interfacing, and stitching with invisible thread. It's the largest amount of hand quilting I have done.
    I embroidered the label on my Janome 10001. it looks wonky but it's not in real life.The design was not my choice and the poem was written by my son-in-law. He is best man at the wedding in July.
    I used random lengths of left over fabric all joined together for the binding.
    Hope you like it.

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    Beautiful

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    It's beautiful and I love your lable. What a labour of love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchingcrazy
    I have made a DWR quilt before and I have just finished this one. It was done by the applique method using fine fusible interfacing, and stitching with invisible thread. It's the largest amount of hand quilting I have done.
    I embroidered the label on my Janome 10001. it looks wonky but it's not in real life.The design was not my choice and the poem was written by my son-in-law. He is best man at the wedding in July.
    I used random lengths of left over fabric all joined together for the binding.
    Hope you like it.
    I have always wanted to try this pattern but it flat out blows my mind!! At first I thought it was sold gold rings until I saw the close up. Its just so beautiful, you should feel so proud A+++.

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    Absolutely beautiful. :)

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    Now that's a wedding quilt! I like it!

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    That is gorgeous and I love that poem/label!

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    That is stunning. I hope your SIL and DD appreciate all of your effort. I'm certain the lucky recipients will. Great job!!!

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    wonderful quilt

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    stunning love it

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