Double Wedding Ring Quilt Designs
This is a wonderful time to take a fresh look at Double Wedding Ring, especially since new Inklingo techniques make this traditional heirloom design accessible for more quilters.
50 designs in only 2 minutes!
Click on the video to play.
The 50 DWR designs in the video and the new EQ7 project file (below) will help you get started with your own unique interpretation!
Since printing is such a fast, accurate way to prepare the shapes, you can afford to spend time perfecting your design and choosing fabric.
You do NOT have to be an expert quilter with decades of experience to get exquisite results when you sew Double Wedding Ring by hand or by machine
, so go ahead. Design a DWR!
When you print the shapes on fabric with Inklingo and your ordinary Inkjet printer, you can expect to get better results, faster than you could get with templates or any other method.
The arc ends can be mixed and matched with other arcs too.
Simple arcs with an emphasis on the arc ends is an exciting variation—and there are many more!
So many designs! And more time to sew them, when you print the shapes with your Inkjet.
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE EQ7 PROJECT FILE
Designing Double Wedding Ring Quilts in Electric Quilt is the same as using any other block, with a few slight variations because it is an overall design. There is more information on the All About Inklingo blog.
CLICK FOR MORE TIPS FOR DESIGNING IN ELECTRIC QUILT
I hope you are inspired by the Double Wedding Ring Designs in the video and the EQ7 project file to create your own unique DWR design!
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and start sewing in the next few minutes. There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks. Main Beginner's Page
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