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Thread: Double wedding ring

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    Member gailkv's Avatar
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    I made this for my daughter and her hubby for their 11th wedding anniversary. It was supposed to be for their 10th but it took longer to make than I thought it would.
    I hand pieced the blocks which were made from Moda jelly rolls.
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    Beautiful quilt. Don't know if I could get a double wedding ring together or not. I bet they were thrilled with it.

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    What a beautiful quilt and your workmanship is wonderful. What a treasure for them. Thank you for sharing.

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    Absolutely beautiful! I am celebrating my Anniversary in May.....(hint :) )

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    It's wonderful! I'll bet they're thrilled to have it.

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    Nice work!! And very Beautiful!!!

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    Amazing quilt!!! What patience!!!

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    Lovely quilt. I love the pattern of the DWR and hope to make one some day.

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    Beautiful quilt!!!!

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    Love the colors, look so AUTUMN! :thumbup:
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    Gorgous

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    This is my favorite pattern and hope one day to start. I know it will take a long time to complete. Yours is amazing.
    Hope you are very proud!!!

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    That is awesome.

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    Gorgeous!

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    The DWR is one of my all time favorites. I have the templates and the fabric, just a little unsure of myself right now. Love your workmanship.

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    Stunning! Did you paper piece or cut out the pieces by hand? That is my next project after my current UFO is finished. It will be paper-pieced, since I tried to cut those little rascals once by hand and had a miserable time.

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    That is very beautiful. I have 2 double wedding rings that I am working one. One is a paper piece with a star in the middle of the ring and the other is a traditional dwr. I can't even begin to imagine hand quilting them tho. Kuddos to you :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    STUNNING!

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    work of art wonderfull

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    Oh my gosh is that gorgeous Yes I can see how this took longer than you expected.

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    That is BEAUTIFUL. I love it.

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    I love the DWR. You did a really nice job on this one! They will cherish it I am sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy
    What a beautiful quilt and your workmanship is wonderful. What a treasure for them. Thank you for sharing.
    I absolutely second this!!

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    Gorgeous! I love those fabrics :D:D:D

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    Wow, it's beautiful.

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