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Thread: Double Wedding Ring Quilt

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    Great work. I'd love to make one as nice as yours.

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    I got the dye for Christmas. This one is on my bucket list but need to finish some projects first. Great job!

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    pretty reproduction fabrics.
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    Super Quilt. Be sure to show us when you have quilted it. Someday for me. BrendaK
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    Very pretty quilt. I love the colors.

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    This is very beautiful. I started one a few years ago and it was so hard for me I just gave up on it. One of these days I will pull it out and try again after I watch some tutes. Thank you for posting.
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    Lovely quilt. Gosh you 've made two and DH want you to make another one! If it were me I would teach him to sew and let him make the next one. I've only made one and don't plan to make another one, at least not for ten - twenty years from now, I'm 70 and by then, I'll be gone and someone else can make it. At least we both prefer stitching by machine, I'm with you the only hand stitching is the biding and I hate doing that. But when I've tried machine stitching for a binding it does not satisfy me, so I keep drudging along with the hand stitching. I didn't read you post about his cooking, I'm with you I wouldn't want him to stop his cooking I hate to cook, but I would postpone the next quilt for a long time down the road and tell him you want to try out new patterns.
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    absolutely beautiful... your colors are very pretty and I like that it hangs well over the side of the bed. Great job!
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    It looks great!
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    Thank you for all the nice comments on my DWR. I am already thinking of the next one, but will finish quilting this one first. Plan on doing the next one as a Leaders/Enders project. I must say, this one wasn't nearly as difficult to make as the first one I did. Ebony Love just kept saying that making this quilt was not a race and to slow down your machine. I kept hearing the little voice in my head and that really helped. Gerbie, I don't mind doing the hand stitching on the bindings as I do it when I watch TV or use it as a project when we travel. There will be a few more quilt patterns to do before my next DWR, but I am already thinking of it.
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    ....ok convinced me to buy that die and watch the video........that pattern has haunted me for all these years....hopefully the die will be the answer......another personal challenge

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    Beautiful quilt....

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    Wow! I really must get my self in gear and start one. It looks great! Luann
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    Beautiful quilt - I will have to consider getting the AccuQuilt die for this. Thanks for the information on the youtube video.

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    Well done, it's beautiful. This is a quilt that is on my bucket list of quilts I want to make.

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    It's beautiful so far!
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    Wow, that is absolutely beautiful!

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    Very lovely. Many years ago I made one and hand quilted it, now my problem, I have 4 grown children, and ONE hand quilted quilt
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    I would love to have a DWR. I think I might could piece it but I hate cutting patterns out especially this one.

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    I love it very much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Beautiful. I'm getting ready to start one. Thanks for the you tube reference. I am going to use the AccuQuilt Go to cut my pieces. I'm nervous... but I'm going for it!

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    Your quilt reminds me of a wedding present my husband's grandmother made for us in 1969. Even the colors are much the same. This quilt is on my bucket list as well. It is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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    Beautiful quilt, you did a great job.

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    Nice double wedding ring quilt.
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    You did this pattern proud! I can't wait to see it quilted.

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