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The Classic Double Wedding Ring taught by Gail Kessler

Stitch your legacy into one of the most celebrated patterns of all time. Create your own classic Double Wedding Ring quilt tops.

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Category Quilting
Type Wall Hanging
Style Traditional
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Go to the "Materials" tab on the homeroom page. You'll see the patterns there.

04/30/2014 Flag

There is the pattern only for the wedding rings (Downtown Abbey), but not for the 4 block wall hanging above. Where are the instructions?

07/04/2014 Flag

Hi yvaine, the pattern is in the directions - please look again.

07/11/2014 Flag

HI Gail! I looked again, and must be blind, because I cannot find the directions for this beautiful wall hanging. Only the fabric requirements. Wanted to mention also that I enjoyed immensely using the paper foundation method for making this wall hanging as instructed later on in the pdf file for the large quilt. It makes an impeccable finish and is easy to handle. Will use it next for the large wedding ring quilt.

07/18/2014 Flag

I agree that the wall hanging directions are not very clear. The fabric requirements are there, but the directions are still for the who quilt. It'd be sweet to have a separate direction sheet for the wall hanging for us new to this pattern.

11/11/2014 Flag

I purchased double wedding ring templates years ago and I just purchased your double wedding ring wall hanging would the templates be the same as your for making this wall hanging. Can I get a list of material for the wall hanging thanks carol heath

10/24/2014 Flag

The wall hanging uses the same pattern as the large quilt, except it is just 4 blocks. Study the photo, and you can see how many of each piece to make. Once you are done with the top, measure it so you know how large to make your border. I know there is a free mitering tutorial on Craftsy - here is the link: http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2013/03/mitered-quilt-borders/ If you are interested in the fabrics for the wallhanging I have them at my shop, Ladyfingers Sewing Studio 610 689-0068

11/14/2014 Flag