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Thread: Start on a double wedding ring

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    Start on a double wedding ring

    This is an 18" block and the rings are paper pieced. You can find the pattern with this link http://www.freespiritfabric.com/grap...erys/t97_1.pdf The colors are not true as the background is white. If you've been wanting to make one I recommend this pattern.


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    Such fun colors. It will be a fantastic DWR!!
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    nicely done
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    This is on my "to do" list.
    well done.

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    how nice, I wanted to make a weeding ring quilt but just a little different, this is great!

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    nice and brave.

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    That will be a beautiful quilt!!

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    Great job! Still pondering a dwr.

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    wow, looks good so far!
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    Great start.
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    thanks for the link, paper piecing sure would be the way to approach this quilt

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    Beautiful beginning. Be sure and post the finished project.

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    Your colors look a lot better than the one in the free pattern. Beautiful work. Please show us the finish quilt.
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    You say your colors don't show properly, but that DWR would be pretty with a gold or yellow background

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    Great block! Can't wait to see the finished quilt. Thanks for sharing the link ... will have to try this one for sure!
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    the dwr and the hexie grandmother flower garden are my favorites and I just never have the nerve to start either thanks for the link and I agree with aurora I like your colors better

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    Very nicely done.

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    Thanks for posting the link!! My sister has wanted me to make one of these for her for a while now, guess I no longer have an excuse!!

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    Great job so far. Can't wait to see the finished quilt. Thanks for the link. I have always been afraid to try this, but PP would definitely be the way to go as far as I'm concerned.

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    Gorgeous, looks perfect.
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    Great block - can't wait to see the finished quilt!

    Thanks for the link!

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    God Bless You for your talent and your patience. I could never make that quilt.

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    nice job!!!!
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    That's going to be a beauty, I love the bright prints you're using. Thanks for the link to the pattern, it looks to be very well written and easy to follow. I've saved it for when I'm brave enough to tackle it. Keep up the excellent work, and keep us posted, please!

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    Great job. Don't know if I have the patience to tackle this pattern
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