Do you ever look at someone's quilt design and immediately say to yourself, why didn't I think of that? That's what I did when I first saw Victoria's interpretation of the double wedding ring quilt that was the Best in Show winner at QuiltCon. Victoria is challenging all of you to get your creative juices pumping and come up with your own or make a traditional double wedding ring quilt in her DWR challenge. Just in case you need a little motivation, there are prizes and more prizes and she's rounded up all of these great sponsors to support the challenge.
Let Victoria tell you more about how you can get involved.
Darlene Zimmerman has templates that you can use if you want to explore the traditional double wedding ring.
Check here for all the details you need to enter and to follow the blog hop!
If you'd like a set of double wedding ring templates, leave a comment because I have one to share. Let us know what you might do with the DWR challenge.
For those of you wondering where I've been, I've been busy with work, home and family. The winners of the moving challenge have been notified and when I hear from them all with their quilt choices I'll share it with all of you. I've been working like a dog trying to dig out from being months behind in deadlines.
I figured out that when you're on the road, you don't get a thing done, but teach and you definitely don't have time to sew and create. I overscheduled myself and paid the price.
I've pieced and quilted three quilts, made class samples, written three articles in addition to organizing the studio and house and taking care of family. I'm heading out again on the teaching trail.
It's a busy time. I'll try to be back with some pictures to share.
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