Double Wedding Ring Quilt Block


Double Wedding Ring Quilt Block

This traditional wedding quilt block is so simple but so elegant!

Double Wedding Ring Quilt Block
Double Wedding Ring Quilt Block

This stunning double wedding right quilt block pattern makes a truly beautiful wedding quilt that would be great as a gift to celebrate the union of two special people. You could also easily turn this quilt block into a pillow or even a piece of quilted wall art.

The interlocking rings of this quilt might seem difficult to sew, but with this video tutorial, you'll be sewing your arcs and melons in no time! This design is great for showing off your fabrics, too. Double wedding ring quilts look great with a neutral background and some pops of color as the rings, but they also look amazing in pure white as well.

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  1. Cut out all of your pieces of fabric using templates or a die set.

    You'll need to cut the following pieces:

    1. The centerpiece
    2. Four melons
    3. Four arc pieces (whole arcs or pieced arcs)
    4. Eight cornerstones

  2. Begin by piecing your arcs to your melons with a quarter inch seam allowance. Make sure your center notches align on both the arc and the melon.

    It might help to put a pin where the two notches meet before bringing it to your sewing machine to help keep the pieces aligned.

  3. Sew your arcs and melons together, removing your pins as you sew.

  4. Iron out your seams.

  5. With a quarter inch seam allowance, attach your cornerstone pieces to the arcs that haven't been attached to the melons. 

  6. Stitch the arc with the cornerstones onto your melons with the notches in the center of the curves aligned and a quarter inch seam allowance.

  7. Attach the melons to your centerpiece one at a time, aligning the center notches on both pieces.

  8. Press your seams for all four sides of the centerpiece.

  9. As you attach more blocks, the subsequent blocks will have fewer melons to attach than the first one because, with double wedding ring blocks, your blocks will share the overlapping melons.

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