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Sunday, May 3, 2009

Double Wedding Ring

For the last couple of days I've been quilting on a little table topper that I made about 3 or 4 years ago. It was made using the Quilt Smart fusible interfacing. At the time I bought the kit I was sure I'd never be able to piece a double wedding ring any other way. Then I hand pieced my Diamond Ring and discovered that the curved piecing really wasn't that hard.

At any rate, I decided this little piece had been waiting long enough so I started quilting it Thursday. At the time I took these pictures I hadn't removed the blue markings on the center motifs..so if you see blue, that is why. It's about 30 X 40".




And it's raining again this morning! Awwwgggrrrrhhhhh!

8 comments:

Sherry said...

Mary nice table topper. I love how you did the center motifs. I think the will be my next class to learn how to do it. But i have to get some of the others stuuf I have waiting.
Sorry to hear you are still ahving rain. I don't think my prayers are helping.It will get better.

Geta Grama said...

It's beautiful! And the binding is perfect ! I am envious !

Stitch-n-quilt said...

You do beautiful work. I think wedding ring quilts are the hardest thing to do. I've had problems with them anyway.

Barb said...

You do amazing work.....so precise and wonderful. You also get alot accomplished....

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Results are what counts and your table topper is beautiful.

Crispy said...

Wow very pretty Mary!!! I love your quilting, did you do trapunto?

Crispy

Connie W said...

The double wedding ring looks wonderful, Mary. I've not tried curved piecing and probably won't be anytime soon.

Donna said...

Beautiful, Mary!