It takes time. Make sure you sew keep seam
allowance as exact as you can. DON'T use stretchy fabrics or be careful
cutting on the bias - the small pieces loose shape and move easily. TIP -
(I was told too late for this project) - Spray patches with starch
after cutting to help retain their shape.
Above all - have fun, you can un-do any mistakes.
My word, this is absolutely awesome! The word involved must be immense, but so beautiful and so worth it.
This is truly grogeous and love where the fabric came from...how special!
It truely looks like a quilt that has been passed down through the generations because of the fabric. So special! AND you hand quilted it to boot!! Amazing.
I am in AWE! Those are some of the smallest pieces I have ever seen in a Double Wedding Ring..and it looks fabulous! I love the fact that you used fabrics from your family and that it is hand quilted. Beautiflul!
This is truly amazing! I've always wanted to try my hand at a double wedding ring quilt. Maybe one day...
Love that this fabric came from your Mom and Grandmother. Truly an heirloom!
I am so impressed! This is beautiful...a real work of art!
Thanks everyone for your lovely comments! You've really made my day. :)