Wednesday, 13 June 2012

WIP Wednesday- More DWRing

Since I've started my Double Wedding Ring quilt, I've tried not to start any other projects that would keep me off track. For that reason I don't have much to show you

I have sewed together three rings and I have a couple of arches ready to go. I'm going to make more this week-end.

Besides my DWR I've only made my swap blocks and some gifts, this is one of them...
I still have to quilt and bound it.
To see more projects just visit the lovely Lee at Freshly Pieced.

12 comments:

heather said...

A double wedding ring is a big undertaking. It looks great.

Maria said...

Love the colours in your DWR top.
The swap block is lovely too.

Melissa said...

The double wedding ring looks beautiful and time consuming!!

Marion said...

that is So beautiful! I lOVE it!!! :)

kat129 said...

It is turning out awesome!! How do you manage to join your arcs with your squares so beautifully?

Diana and LaDonna said...

I'm getting closer to thinking about the possibility of someday doing a Double Wedding Ring quilt! That is definitely a quilt to take your time with and stay focused. So far so good on yours!

LaDonna

Claire Jain said...

I really like your DWR. The first quilt I ever made was a DWR. Keep on trucking! It looks so beautiful :-)

Janine said...

Your wedding ring quilt is is coming on beautifully. I think it's a great idea to keep going with something until it's finished :)

Charlie and Wendy said...

Your wedding ring quilt is looking beautiful, how many rings do you need to make? Love the little quilt too.

Susan said...

Ah! That's what it's called. A double wedding quilt. I have seen this before used as a table runner and really like the look of it. Thanks for the name of it. I will have to make one as well. It looks gorgeous.

Michelle (LemonadeGal) said...

Teresa, the DWR is really beautiful. I love how the blue stands out. I'm excited to see your progress.

Katie said...

Beautiful DWR! I've always looked at them longingly, maybe one day I'll actually make one!