What I’m Working On

Are you sick of seeing pictures of the Double Wedding Ring Quilt I am working on??  Honestly, I’m getting a little tired of it but I am closer…oh so much closer.


Here are the EIGHT rows together.  I just have two more rows.  I thought I might get it done this week but…I got tripped up with working on taxes.  UGH.

Last week I have four rows together and this week I added four more rows.  That was actually pretty good progress.

The last two rows are partially together.  I can see that I am going to have to make a couple more blocks but I can do it.  YES I CAN.  Oh this has been a big project to tackle.

Now that I have figured out the tricks to Double Wedding Ring quilts (find a blog entry on tips to make a Double Wedding Ring quilt here) I think I can honestly say that I have another double wedding quilt in me somewhere.  To be honest, I have an idea for another one that has been haunting and haunting and haunting me.

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15 thoughts on “What I’m Working On”

  1. Nope,not sick of seeing DWR but that could be because I’m not sewing it. There are projects here I am sick of seeing and wish they were over.

  2. Catholic Bibliophagist

    Interesting that you see another DWR in your future. :-)

    Do you think that having a line to sew on (as in Inklingo) would have made the DWR easier?


  3. Jo, this quilt is quite splendid, worth every minute of your time spent on it. Your Kelli and her Jason are two very lucky people.
    Regards from cold, wet England.

  4. it’s simply beautiful, Jo! i love seeing all the diferent colors in the rings set against the indigo blue. if i had a hat on this morning, i’d take it off to honor you and your work on this quilt.

  5. This quilt is fantastic! I am never sick of seeing your progress on this or any other quilt you make. This DWR is just sooooo beautiful!

  6. This is a magnificent quilt. Your kids will keep this as an heirloom for their lifetime! I love the deep blue background. It just makes all the colors sing. Congrats on your achievement.

  7. I so enjoy all of your posts. Thank you for sharing what is happening with you with all of us. This quilt is stunning :)

  8. I love seeing your progress on your double wedding ring quilt, it’s beautiful. It’s amazing how much you have gotten done in such a short time. Keep up the good work!

  9. It’s beautiful and your kids will treasure it. I have never made one and am not sure I have it in me to do so. If I ever do, I’ll read your tips for making one.

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