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I am a quilter who uses a computer program to design way more quilts than I could ever make in several lifetimes.
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Tag Archives: Wedding Ring
This series started with some ideas about changing Double Wedding Ring blocks, and moved on until there were no Wedding Rings in sight. I like the first … … and love the second. Just a bit of playing with blocks … Continue reading
Same little shape as yesterday’s design. Double Wedding Ring was the design I worked out how to machine stitch those beads down … narrow zigzag with neutral thread works a treat for the lines of beads doing a gentle curved … Continue reading
Love this design, but it needs some quilting like many other of my project files that have been around for a long time. Not enough hours in the day to play! At least with this series a lot of the … Continue reading
Love these, but again there is that heavy lace instead of fine quilting!
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 … but if I make it real instead of virtual, how to quilt it? Double Wedding Ring and String of Beads make a great couple!
Like it. Change one block, change the background fabric in parts of others … I love it.
I love it!
Love it, but think about the only way I would even be slightly tempted to make it would be a print job … print it directly onto fabric somehow!