DWR Quilt – E-Book…

Double Wedding Ring Quilt – E-Book…

quilting-do-and-dont-ebook-ladies-quiltingLet me take you back in time a little bit.  Close your eyes and envision watching your grandmother or mother working on a quilt; a Double Wedding Ring quilt.
They spent many hours picking out the fabric to use or maybe just used any and all fabric they had on hand.  Many more hours were spent cutting all of the little pieces out using a pair of scissors and probably a cardboard or paper template.
Depending on how far back you are remembering, maybe the pieces are sewn together by hand or a sewing machine was used to assemble all of the pieces of the quilt top.
Many days, weeks or even months later the quilt top is finished and ready to be spread out and made in to the sandwich layers; the backing, the center (cotton or batting) and then the top.

Great care is taken to make sure it is all spread out evenly with no wrinkles or bunches anywhere and then the pinning begins for the quilting process which may be done on a huge quilt frame and quilted by hand.  Maybe it will be quilted by your own machine or sent out to a professional quilter...After this long process, then comes the time where it is almost complete.  All that is left to do now is to add the binding, finish with a label on the back and your double wedding ring quilt is ready to be presented to whomever is the lucky person to receive it.


doubleweddingringquiltNow, open your eyes and see how lucky we are these days to have so many wonderful tools and gadgets and templates that we can use to speed up the process of making a Double Wedding Ring quilt.


There is NO curved piecing and no more frustrations of trying to make the arcs fit together when you work with this Double Wedding Ring quilt pattern.


The Double Wedding Ring Quilt instructions are the results of being fed up with the old traditional method and through many trials and errors. I finally developed  an easy Double Wedding Ring quilt pattern that even a beginner quilter can make in much less time than you would have ever thought possible.


This technique is very forgiving and virtually “mistake-proof.”  It is your choice of how you want to put your Double Wedding Ring quilt together.


Are you partial to hand piecing?  Would you rather piece on the sewing machine?  Do you like to do a combination of hand piecing and machine sewing?


The hardest part of making this Double Wedding Ring quilt pattern is picking out the fabric for a planned quilt.  Better yet, if you decide to go with a “scrappy” look, dig in your fabric stash, get your rotatory cutter, mat and fabric ready and start cutting.


You can have the old-fashioned traditional look of a Double Wedding Ring quilt without all of the hassles that your grandmother or mother had to deal with in 1/2 the time.


Just click on the “buy now” button above and a mere $ 7.00 via PayPal and you could be working on your own Double Wedding Ring Quilt tonight.

I will show you how to make Double Wedding Ring quilts, block by block and produce the beautiful quilt you see in the picture above.

Once you click on the “Buy Now” PayPal button, you will be taken to the site to complete your transaction and then redirected to a DOWNLOAD page.

This is an electronic book/E-Book downloaded to your computer in PDF format. You are allowed to print the E-Book but nothing will be sent to you via regular mail.


There is a 15-day money back guarantee. If for any reason you are not satisfied, I will refund your money, no questions asked.

Contact Me with any questions: MonnaEllithorpe




Customer Quilts Made Using This Method


ChristineAustin – Double Wedding Ring Quilt



SharonJones – Double Wedding Ring Quilt



24 thoughts on “DWR Quilt – E-Book…

  1. Hey Monna, this is a great idea, I always wanted to learn how to do it, when I have more time, a bit less of writing, I will get back to it, lovely idea. thanks for sharing

    • Hi Maggie, Thank you. I’ve decided I am going to MAKE time for it again. Thanks for commenting. Have a great day.

    • Hi Mary, Thank you very much for commenting. At one time quilting or sewing didn’t interest me at all either but one day the “bug” hit me and I was hooked.

  2. Hi Monna,
    My sister use to quilt and reading your post brought me back to being right there with her while she was quilting. Loved the feel of the fabrics and the excitement of the choices of fabrics she chose for the one she was working on. Quilts are special to me now that she has passed and maybe one day I will even try my hand at it, especially now with your fool-proof method!
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    • Hi Susan, Thank you for visiting and commenting. I know exactly what you mean; I have the quilt my mom made and it was just her and I who picked out the fabric and design. I don’t think it would mean the same to anyone else. If you need help with my method, give me a shout. Have a great new year.

    • Hi Nate, Thank you very much. I believe almost anyone could do something like this but as in other projects, you have to have the passion for it.

    • Hi Dana. Thank you for visiting and commenting. I am happy that I brought back some cherished memories for you. Have a great evening.

    • Hi Dawn, Thank you. Quilting is not really that hard; almost like putting a puzzle together. Have a great day.

  3. Am I really understanding or not? Did I read that this pattern does NOT call for curved pieces? I want to make this quilt and I am a confident beginner with quilts. I sew and can make anything.

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