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It is a very pale purple, but I think my Mum would have liked this one.
No wedding where I am this weekend, just a collection of quilters doing what they love.
Making one of these would be on a par with using quarter inch hexagons to make a queen size quilt … and doing that is the reason some of my my best friends get called crazy quilters!
Simple idea … take a traditional design, in this case Double Wedding Ring, Change the traditional rings made from pieces and try adding flowers. I have also added the beads from String of Beads, and wondering what else could be … Continue reading
This design is closely related to the first design I shared on Virtual Quilter.
I like it. I have just blinked, or something, and the shapes created by the sections of Double Wedding Rings in each corner look like Christmas decorations! Laura has posted about what she achieved in Challenge 4 … take a … Continue reading
Just a touch of red and green on this one, and I love the way the bells shrink. Wedding rings and Christmas trees. Nice combination. Both bells and hearts are symbols we can associate with Christmas and weddings.
I love the way Double Wedding Ring blocks form diamonds when placed side by side, and they work even better when the blocks are on point.