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Category Archives: Floral Wedding Ring
I love this project file, but one day I will make some changes to the blocks for a new file, or maybe a series of files. Different flowers including an Australian version using native flora. Lots of weddings happen on … Continue reading
Like it … even the empty spaces which just need some quilting lines … … or some applique! Move the applique blocks and replace four part Wedding Rings with just the leafy joins and I love it!
Pretty. Very pretty! A slight tweak by changing a couple of blocks and the colour scheme, and it is by far my favourite for today!
Love it! Iprefer applique to piecing, so something like this would be my choice for a real Double Wedding Ring quilt. This project file has no new designs in waiting, and I am trying to decide how to quilt these … Continue reading
It is a very pale purple, but I think my Mum would have liked this one.
I like it.
Love the first … … and the second.
Dainty. There are about 420 little flowers in the Wedding Ring blocks. That would keep even the quickest stitcher busy for a few hours.
Love it! Are you wondering how many little flowers are used to form the Double Wedding Ring segments in these quilts? I think it is 420 for the one above, and 526 in the first one!
Looking forward to spring … our winter has been dry but cold!