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Thread: My version of a Double Wedding Ring

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    Super Member GramaLaura's Avatar
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    AWESOME!!!!

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    How striking! Of course, my favorite colors are black, white and red. Beautiful!

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    Beautiful work and lovely quilt.

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    Super cool I really like it.

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    Did u use the fusible webbing? Beautiful.

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    Yes

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    So pretty..love it and may even copy it! Thanks for sharing!

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    That is a great quilt, and looks like a lot of work!

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    Wow I love that. What a great idea. I have always wanted to do one of these, just didn't want to make all those little squares. I know lazy... Love your version and I love applique

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    WOW! That is stunning! A very modern and beautiful quilt! It is really pretty :thumbup:

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    that's fantastic. I've never thought of doing one with applique but it makes me think I could actually tackle it. Can't sew curves to save my life but I might be able to do this one. :-)

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    Stunning

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    Really nice!

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    Very beautiful, I really like this pattern. Great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sttchr
    This was a free pattern from Windham Fabrics. Look under projects and go to page 19. I just kept making extra squares until it was the size I wanted.
    Thanks for the information. Windham has many nice patterns
    BTW your quilt is lovely and your choice of color is excellent.

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    beautiful quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by sttchr
    This one is done with applique. It was easier than sewing all those little blocks together. I tried 3 different patterns and this was the one I settled on. I modified it just a little by adding the squares on the seams meeting
    WOW!!!!!

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    What a striking quilt...gives a whole new look to a traditional pattern. Great work!

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    It is striking. I really like the solid fabric as opposed the prints. It really makes a statement.

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    What a beautiful quilt, you are very clever, your design is awesome

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    it looks great. it's on my to do list.

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    very very pretty

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    You did a beautiful job. - Cynthia

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    What a beautiful quilt! I would never have thought it could be done with applique.

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    I like it a lot. Simpler way to do things.

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