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Thread: Quilting book

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    Quilting book

    I was looking for some one that has made a wedding ring quilt using the rings that bind method

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    Super Member snipforfun's Avatar
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    I got as far as 4 blocks and blew it off. Worst pattern ive ever made. Too much tweeking. I put the 4 together and placed a yo yo at each intersection. I had the book and template but sold it for $10. I wouldnt waste my time on anymore. I consider myseld an advanced quilter, so its not as if Im not proficient. I even took the class from the designer and she even had trouble. Perhaps the new version coming out will have the bugs worked out.

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    Power Poster BellaBoo's Avatar
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    It's been about five years ago I made two quilts and one table runner using the book and arc ruler. I didn't have any trouble at all. I remember it was fast to make. It takes a lot of fabric! My first one I used muslin and scraps. It won viewer's choice at our local quilt show. My guild had a workshop using the book and everyone made a table runner with no problem. I put a lot of quilting in the ring space. I made and added one block a day. In a few weeks I had a completely finished queen size quilt. It is an expensive quilt to make if buying all new fabric.
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