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Show 2002 - Look Out! Double Rings and Curves Ahead

Featuring: Victoria Findlay Wolfe

Posts On: January 15, 2017


Victoria Findlay Wolfe is back to unlock the secrets of the Double Wedding Ring block. By exploring the design in over sixty quilts to date, she has figured out tips for successful stitching that she is passing on to you. But why stop there? With free-form cutting, she is taking this traditional block for a spin on the wild and wonderful Modern side. Then, step inside a Gee's Bend classroom to see what really takes place when these creative women get together. Buckle your seat belts for a wild and wonderful show!

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Victoria Findlay Wolfe

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From Chapter One:

Victoria is back (after visiting in Show 1404). Alex and Ricky find out what she's been up to, including riding her Harley and writing a book. They also talk about Double Wedding Ring quilts. Victoria says that they are not difficult, but patience builders. Victoria loves to help quilters conquer this fear with successful piecing.

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From Chapter Two:

Victoria shows how easy it can be to cut free-form curves. Then it is on to sewing the two units together with the result being a block that lays nice and flat. It’s all about hand placement, not pulling the fabric too much, and letting the feed dogs do the work.

From Chapter Three:

Learn how you can sew the Double Wedding Ring with just three pins. Victoria says that once you have the process down, you can move onto variations on a theme.

TQS looks at a number of variations that focus on a particular element that allows you to create a whole new design.

From Chapter Four:

TQS visits a Gee's Bend class to see what the experience is like for the instructors and students.

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#9 Ruth 2017-01-23 19:08
New quilter here. Love the fact that I don't need a lot of equipment to do the curves. Love the fact that you really can't mess up.
#8 Nanette Fleischman 2017-01-23 16:25
Loved watching the cutting curves segment. The whole show was inspiring. Thank you
#7 Suzanne Knight 2017-01-23 14:11
I was a "wearables" sewer and I enjoyed how NOT to put a multitude of pins into a cruved piece (as in the curves wedding ring slices) made me feel braver about sewing curves
#6 aliceborge 2017-01-23 04:20
I enjoyed this show tremendously!
#5 Marsha B 2017-01-23 04:18
I have so many new ideas, thanks for the inspiration!
#4 Kinnaird 2017-01-22 21:07
8) What a stunner, 3d look with the large circles so fresh and happy looking
#3 Ineke vd Molen 2017-01-22 18:46
This was realy fun to see!
Thank you
#2 LesMorris 2017-01-17 15:39
A great Show !! I love curve piecing, but really picked up helpful techniques. Again, thank you, thank you!!
#1 annmk 2017-01-17 15:35
This was a great show! Victoria has always been an inspiration and I love to to see what she is exploring. Gees Bend is on my bucket list....I love the way they put together quilts.

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