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Lynn recently brought in this contemporary double wedding ring top to be quilted. This is a family gift to a couple who recently married.
The quilt top appears to be Metro Rings, a design from Sew Kind of Wonderful. This pattern uses strip sets constructed of jelly roll strips. The strip sets are then cut into the curved arcs using the Quick Curve Ruler (QCR), also from Sew Kind of Wonderful. This makes for speedier, easier construction. One added bonus – if you are not wedded to the idea of the scalloped edges of a traditional double wedding ring quilt, this ...read more
This quilt I made using the Quick Curve Ruler by Sew Kind of Wonderful. I just love how easy it is to make curve blocks using this ruler. I made this and several of their patterns for a demo I gave at one of my quilt guilds quilt show this last month.
This is one of those times that a deadline was good because that is almost all the sewing I have gotten to lately.
The pattern for this quilt is in their book One Wonderful Curve. I highly recommend this book if you want to give curves a try ... read more
Isn't it funny how a small thing can make a huge difference? I've had a love-hate relationship with this little quilt.
I loved my fabric choices and loved making the blocks. I hated the way the fabrics played together IN the blocks. (Blocks are from "Chic Sisters" by Sew Kind of Wonderful.)
The pinwheels didn't pop as much as I had hoped. The white and grey prints seemed to disappear where they met the light aqua and yellow. These blocks were supposed to be joined to make a table runner for a shop sample, but I thought ... read more
Back in June I was getting antsy about my husband leaving with the army again so I decided I needed a project to work on that didn’t require any brain power on my part – interpret that as I didn’t want to have to do any quilty math – which designing my own patterns require. Sometimes it is nice to have all the math and figuring out done for you. This quilt was one that I started working on with my wonderful friends, Vicki of Orchid Owl Quilts and Shanna of Fiber of All Sorts, being two of my closest ...
At our first guild meeting of the year UFO #3 was drawn. If you have no idea what I'm talking about go read this post. Would you like to play along? Simply make your own UFO list (#1-11) and I'll update you on the 2nd Thursday of every month an let you know which number was drawn at my guild. You then have a whole month to work on that UFO. Share your progress with me and I'll help encourage you along the way.
If you recall My UFO #3 was: Make 12 blocks for Metro Rings ...