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Thursday, February 07, 2013

Peeking In On Pieceful Hearts!

Many moons ago, when I first moved to Irmo, South Carolina in 2003--I joined with a very wonderful group of Ladies in not-so-far-away North Augusta, South Carolina for stitching days as often as I could!

I've missed these ladies so much!!

Finding out that today is bee day--I came along with Siobhan to see what is up with the ladies!

I'm working on a binding while Patty stitches her string pieced double wedding ring together by hand! It's been a long term project and so fun to see it grow!!











24 comments:

  1. This is going to be a beautiful quilt! I never thought about a string pieced double wedding ring. I'm so glas I found your site and facebook page. You have opened my eyes to so many different uses and ideas in my quilting. Now to find the time to do just a bit of them.

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  2. Awesome use of crumbs! Woohoo! Love it!

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  3. I'm so impressed by the string pieced Double Wedding Ring! I'm wondering how she did it; Did she use a foundation?

    --C.B.

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  4. Wow. That Double Wedding ring is stunning!

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  5. What a beautiful quilt. Please thank Patty for sharing it with us. I would have never thought of doing something like this. Always wanted to do a double wedding ring. Maybe I'll make a smaller table topper project like this.

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  6. I LOVE, almost ADDICTED to teeny scraps and this is so encouraging and affirmative. Thanks Patty for this wonderful creative use of those teeny tiny scraps!

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  7. so fun to see some old friends. glad you got to visit them in person.

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  8. Now I really have to start thinking different ways of using my crumbs - I love that double wedding ring!

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  9. How fun! What a gorgeous scrappy wedding quilt!

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  10. WOW!~ What a beautiful quilt! So, is she piecing the crumbs by hand too? Or, just the curved pieces?
    I'm curious . Amazing!~ Very unique. What a fun group, so glad you got to visit with them.

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  11. Wow , I love the double wedding ring quilt. It looks great in crumbs.

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  12. It was great having you here! The stitchers at the today's guild meeting were so surprised to see you!

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  13. LOVE that wedding ring! I'm going to have to figure out how to do that someday...

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  14. oh. my. word. Thats going to be amazing when its quilted!

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  15. What an undertaking, hand piecing a string Double wedding ring. that is an amazing feat... I do hope we get to see the finished pics... Hope you have a great time!

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  16. Great double wedding ring! Unique idea. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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  17. The wedding ring...WOW.

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  18. Oh, that is brilliant! by now, I have a pretty good stock of "made fabic", all stacked up ready to use...Perfect for that wedding ring pattern!

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  19. Serendipity - what wonderful timing! Glad you got to spend some time sewing with friends.

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  20. Looks like we are all intrigued with the stringy wedding ring quilt. Tell us more.

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  21. Would love to have more info on how to string piece the Double Wedding Ring.

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  22. That looks like a great group to spend some time with. Like others here, I'd love some details on how that String Double Wedding Ring was pieced.

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  23. I moved to Irmo SC 2004 but moved away in 2011 to a very small rural South Carolina town. Do you still live in Irmo?

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  24. How to make the double wedding ring even more daunting!

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