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I had an unusual complaint about Inklingo this week.

A quilter ‘complained’ that I don’t advertise enough. LOL

 

She spent her hard-earned money on another method of cutting DWR shapes before she heard about the Inklingo shapes to print on fabric.

DWR shapes have been available for over 3 years already but she did not learn about them until it was too late.

 

It was obvious to her at a glance that if she prints the shapes on fabric with Inklingo, it is easier to cut and sew a beautiful quilt—and that was even before she realized a few things:

  • that she could rotary cut several layers at a time
  • the many design options for the arcs and the centers
  • that she could fussy cut with Inklingo
  • that Inklingo provides Combo layouts to save fabric and time
  • the unique pressing guide ensures perfect results
  • and on and on. . .

 

Monkey and I take all ‘complaints’ seriously, so I am working on one of our little YouTube movies about DWR now.

In the meantime, I am sharing a few of the more than 50 Double Wedding Ring Quilts I have designed for our ‘ad.’

 

One piece arc (plus two end shapes). Make flowers!

 

Yes, you can “fussy cut” with Inklingo!

 

Inklingo provides a choice of centers for even more options!

 

Several of my Double Wedding Ring designs have a medallion effect, thanks to the choice of Inklingo center shapes.

 

When I turn the shapes on-point, I can finish with a straight edge.

 

Borders and medallions are favorites!

 

Queen size 85 x 94

 

Rings of color can make a Double Wedding Ring Quilt glow.

 

Other half centers can be used to create a ribbon effect or weaving.

 

The choice of centers is a wonderful feature of Inklingo!

The Double Wedding Ring Quilt Design Book will also be featured in the movie, but if you can’t wait, you can order and download it now—$10 or free.

 

We can help!

Any time you hear quilters talking about making a Double Wedding Ring Quilt, please tell them about

 

Can you help?

Please tell your friends about Inklingo before they end up with a DWR UFO. There are so many ways to do it!

More to come!

Did you notice that none of the quilts today use the traditional multi-piece arcs?

We have plenty of traditional designs to share, and we’ll add some with 4, 5, and 8 pieces soon. Oh, and Pickle Dish too!

That’s all we can do today. I apologize for being so poor at advertising. It’s back to work for me!

I hope you enjoy these designs. Do you have a fave?

Linda & Monkey

New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Quick Start (Always FREE.) There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

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2 Responses to “How to Sew a Double Wedding Ring Quilt”

  1. Cathie in Ut says:

    Ah, well I think it’s just something that has to go word of mouth with some great YouTubes and samples from the many ladies who actually get around to making all the wonderful blocks unlike me who buys them and just admires what I have in the future! LOL
    I will try and share as much as I can in the future with all my quilting friends.

  2. Wendy says:

    I never would have thought the double wedding ring was so versatile! Love all those layouts Linda, now I just have to get my butt in gear. Thanks for all the work you do, it is appreciated.

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