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Thread: Rings that bind

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    Rings that bind

    I am really excited. I was going through all my books today looking for just the right pattern to make my son a wedding quilt, getting married in April. My sweetie came in and asked what I was doing. I explained and told him what I really wanted to do was a double wedding ring but the easy way and told him about rings that bind method. Well he went to his computer and ordered it for me. He is so great. Right now this is a big deal for us as money is so very tight, we have not bought anything extra not even for Christmas. Can't wait till it gets here!
    Jeanann

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    Good for you and what a great hubby! How wonderful. They know what to do to please us don't they? He must be a KEEPER.

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    Isn't it nice when our hubbys get "into" our hobbies. You got a good one. Have fun with the quilt
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    Great!!! That's a loving husband!!! But please explain the rings that bind.

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    He's a keeper for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by memepat View Post
    Great!!! That's a loving husband!!! But please explain the rings that bind.
    It is pattern by Cheryl Phillips. A QAYG method for double wedding ring and with less piecing, you sew around outer circle but eliminates curved piecing. Google her video tutorial.
    Jeanann

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    ahhh, what a good man you have there. Very sweet of you to recognize him!!
    SUEB

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    Great hubby!!!

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    Fabulous! What a great hubby! I've made 3 double wedding ring quilts using the Egg Money Quilts book. Love that book!

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    This is the easiest way to make a DWR quilt that looks like the old fashioned way. The Rings that Bind takes a lot of fabric so if you faint at buying 20+ yards of fabric for one quilt it's not for you but when you are done you are done! No LA needed.
    Got fabric?

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    There was a video for rings that bind on www.kaywoodtv.com which really helped me even after I got the templates and book! So cool because your backing, everything is done all at once...and no little pieces!

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