- Directions for all 6 sized quilts (11 pages)
- US Measurements (inches, feet, yards)
- Suitable for beginners
Materials you need at home:
- Crib Size: Outer fabric = 1 yard Center fabric = 1 yard Fabric for rings = 1 yard each color
- Twin Size: Outer fabric = 2 yards Center fabric = 2 yards Fabric for rings = 2 yards for each color
- Full Size: Outer fabric = 2 ½ yards Center fabric = 2 ½ yards Fabric for rings = 2 ½ yard each color
- Queen Size: Outer fabric = 3 yards Center fabric = 3 yards Fabric for rings = 3 yard each color *King Size: Outer fabric = 4 yards Center fabric = 4 yards Fabric for rings = 4 yard each color California King Size: Outer fabric = 4 ½ yards Center fabric = 4 ½ yards Fabric for rings = 4 ½ yards each color
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This quilt pattern consists of two patterns for paper template blocks and instructions on how to make The Double Wedding Ring Quilt with Scalloped Edges in the following sizes:
Crib Twin Full Queen King California King
This pattern can be made by implementing the use of the templates that we present here.
Scraps can be used or you can use materials that we have suggested. Our suggested material amounts are an over-exaggeration, so if you make a mistake you always have more fabric to work with.
Our patterns make a 10x10 inch quilting block with a 1/4 inch grace allowance.
This way you can make any size quilt you desire within 10 inch increments of your desired result.
Our directions will walk you through the whole process of using our pattern to make beautiful quilts.
You should already know how to to use a paper piecing pattern with templates.
SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: This patterns can make a quilt of any size. We include instructions for crib, twin, full, over-sized queen, king, and cal king.
MATERIALS: Fabric (specified in the directions for the desired sized quilt) Batting (the size you desire)
YOU WILL ALSO NEED: Printer Paper Pins Needle and thread/sewing machine Template plastic (optional)
This is for the patterns only.
Because of the nature of this item, no returns are given.
Quilting started to interest me at 16. I would watch for hours as my grandmother quilted in her favorite chair. Unfortunately, she passed away that same year and never got a chance to really show me how it was done.
Ever since she gave me the quilting bug, I studied existing quilts. I loved the artwork with fabric placement and the stitches were neat too.
Finally, when I was 21, I decided that I would learn how to quilt. I was able to find a decent book that walked me through making a quilt from start to finish. It's too bad that I can't find that book anymore.
I didn't have a sewing machine and wasn't sure I wanted one. I made a promise to myself though. I would make my first quilt every step of the way without one. At the end of the process, if I wanted a machine, I would save up.
After the six months that it took me to make that full size quilt, my family surprised me with the best Christmas present ever. Not only did they buy me my first sewing machine, they also gave me the sewing table that my mother grew up with. She never used it anyway. ;)
Now , almost 20 years later, I use my quilting supplies on a semi regular basis, but I'm more interested in making designs. My four children watch me sew and quilt with awe on their faces. More than one has displayed an interest in learning the ways of quilting and sewing. Now that they are getting old enough, I am beginning to teach them.
That's me in a nutshell. I hope you enjoy my site (QuiltingSupport.com) and let inspiration flow.
Thanks for visiting, Rebecca