Floral Wedding Ring


When we arrived home after two weeks away I spent quite a bit of time cruising around the WWW to see what had happened while I was away. Somewhere, sometime I saw something which looked a little bit like a Double Wedding Ring quilt, but the rings were flowers. I have no idea where it was, or even if it was a quilt or just some snippet of a design for something else, but even if the location didn’t register, the idea did!

A few days later I drew up this design. It can use some tweaks but the idea works. Double Wedding Ring is a classic quilt design, and I have already made an applique version using small leaf shapes as beads in Double Wedding String of Beads, and have considered using round ‘beads’ as well, but now have been sidetracked and used flowers. Well, designed one with flowers, haven’t made it!

About Virtual Quilter

I am a quilter who designs many more quilts than I will ever make, and I am sharing one quilt design every day in Virtual Quilter. I also share my completed projects in Stuff-Ups, and Christmas decorations in Christmas Everyday of the Year.
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6 Responses to Floral Wedding Ring

  1. tattingchic says:

    This is very pretty! I’ve always wanted a lovely wedding ring quilt. A silly dream of mine that one would be given to me when…well, you know! 🙂


  2. Robin says:

    This is a nice idea. But whoa, all that applique? LOL LOL Maybe in a wall hanging.


  3. yvonne Morgan says:

    Oh! Pretty 😀


  4. virtualquilter says:

    You must have the same Fairy Godmother as me! She seems to be busy elsewhere! Keeps missing our anniversaries too!

    Would be a lot, but then there is a lot of piecing in the traditional version. And I would rather applique!

    Thank you, I think I might work on this with a view to publishing the pattern one day.

    Judy B


  5. Lynn says:

    This layout/design is stunning! WOW!


    • virtualquilter says:

      Thank you, Lynn, I have been playing with it a bit more and it will probably be written up as a pattern in the future.
      Judy B


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