Sunday, April 7, 2013

Double Wedding Ring with the Quick Curve Ruler

Start with your favorite fabric.


Make some strip sets and using the Quick Curve Ruler, cut out your curves.


Using the Quick Curve Ruler, cut out your background fabric.  Piece your curves together and remember...no pinning or snipping needed.

  
Iron your blocks.  Using the Quick Curve Ruler trim all the blocks.


Sew blocks together. Square your blocks up.


Sew blocks together to create the start of a Double Wedding Ring quilt...or a "Metro Ring Quilt"!  



Pattern coming soon!!  We are in a bit of a rush to get a few patterns done up by the first of the month.  I've had some interest in a few pattern testersIf you are still interested and can be really quick about testing the patterns for us, just let us know and thanks so much!!

~Jenny and Helen~  

  

24 comments:

jen said...

Jenny,
I can test patterns. I can't wait! I want to do the yellow/ grey combo too and found the perfect Moda grunge fabric over the weekend
Jen

Malini said...

Hi Jenny,
I will happy to test the pattern for you. And my turnout time will be very quick. Let me know if you're interested.

Thank you for the opportunity.
Malini

Wendy Iris said...

I would love to test your patterns...turnaround time no problem.

SheilaN8 said...

I'd love to test the pattern!

kelly lautenbach said...

I've got your ruler and I'd love to test for you... :)
You can check out my projects here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/pwrshopmom/

Belva said...

I have your ruler and have made three quick curve projects previously. I would love to test your pattern.

Becky said...

I could test the pattern. I had offered on your last call for testers as well.

Jeannette said...

I would love to test your patterns also

Diane said...

can't wait for the pattern!

Aunt 'Reen said...

What a fast and fabulous way to make the D.W.R. quilt!
I definitely want to make this one!
(as soon as I finish jane)

All your designs are just AWESOME!

Margaret said...

I can test patterns. I am retired and I sew every day. I already have the rulers. I really want to try this pattern.

ruthie said...

I would be interested in testing patterns.

Penny Pickles said...

I'm always game to test patterns. pick me! pick me!

Judy MacLeod said...

I'd love to test it for you.

applepiepatchwork said...

I can test a pattern for you, if you still need testers. I tested the Deco Shimmer pattern for Helen last year and I'd love to do another.

beaniekins84(at)gmail(dot)com

Malini said...

Just in case your wondering, checkout my blog:
http://malinisquilts.blogspot.com

MD White said...

Am UNable to be a tester but I can't wait to get this pattern! Can you give us a heads up on fabric requirements and final size of quilt?

I have a feeling I will be needing some wedding gifts soon!

MaterialGirlQuilts said...

Jenny, this is just fantastic!! I would be happy to test your pattern (need to make a wedding quilt pronto, and this would be perfect!) Let me know if you still need testers.
Amanda

Dedra C said...

I'm interested as well.

Bernie said...

I would love to pattern test for you. I have been wanting to make a DWR quilt.

Jennifer said...

PICK ME, PICK ME, PICK ME!!!! OOOOHHH...I LOVE THIS QUILT!!!! I previously told you on another post that I'd LOVE to pattern test for you!--this one is SCREAMING my name!!!

Diane Quilts said...

Hi Jenny,

I just discovered your Metro Lattice quilt last night and ordered your quick curve ruler. I already bought fabrics for an anniversary quilt for my nephew but couldn't find the perfect pattern - this is the one!

I would be happy to test the pattern for you. I'm an intermediate quilter and have never used your ruler before. So I would be able to test the pattern with the view point of a newbie.

Turn around is not a problem.

Diane C.

I am Just One Mom said...

I would love to test your patterns.

DanaK ~ WaterPenny said...

Hello, I'm always happy to test patterns - this one turned out so beautifully!