Double Wedding Ring Quilts with On Point Settings

A Chance to Win and 5 TIPS!

How about a little more fun with Double Wedding Ring?

And a chance to win the shape collection? OR a $40 Inklingo Gift Certificate?

You don’t have to be an expert quilter with a ton of patience to sew DWR anymore. Just print the shapes on fabric with Inklingo!

Today there are more Double Wedding Ring Quilt designs to inspire you and 5 tips to help you sew one.


This design has arcs with 8 pieces (plus ends). Impressive!

TIP 1  Use the unique pressing guide in the Double Wedding Ring Design Book to press the seams in the right direction—and to check the size of the arcs!


This is the same design with a few little tweaks. Approx 52 x 52 inches.



For me, the real magic happens when the blocks are turned on point.

This design is about 72 x 72.  Wouldn’t it look lovely on a bed with another row of DWR all the way around (96 x 96)?

TIP 2  Use the worksheets in the Double Wedding Ring Design Book OR the Double Wedding Ring Electric Quilt project file to find the finished size of your design.

Double Wedding Ring Quilts with an on-point design can be finished with a straight edge.


TIP 3 This half center is provided in two Inklingo layouts to print on fabric. Print the one with straight grain on the long side if you are using it on the outside edge of the quilt.


On-point with a medallion effect. Having a variety of centers with appropriate straight grain makes it possible.


This one uses the half center with straight grain on the long side.

TIP 4 You can put a Double Wedding Ring Border on any quilt! Had you thought of that?


All of the arcs in this one are identical, but . . .


. . .you can use more than one kind of arc in each quilt. So many choices!


I went with Russ to Niagara Falls NY yesterday to mail book orders. It was the perfect day to walk in Niagara-on-the-Lake too—without the weekend crowds. The spring flowers and blossoms are glorious right now. I came home inspired to try one more design.


I’ll call this one Blossoms in Niagara on the Lake.

If you compare these designs with ones in the two previous messages, I think you will see why I love on-point settings so much.



TIP 5 You can have 7 pieces (plus ends) in each arc by using two different sizes. That’s what I did for my blossoms design.

Looking for More about Double Wedding Ring Quilts?

The Double Wedding Ring Design Book ($10 or free) will get you started. There are several other messages on the blog about DWR, and more info on the website too.


Just leave a message on this blog entry (not the others) by Saturday May 12, and you will be in the draw.

You could win the Double Wedding Ring Shape Collection PLUS the design book, or a  $40 Inklingo Gift Certificate.

If you already have the Inklingo DWR shape collection, you can use the gift certificate on one of the many other Inklingo shape collections and books listed in the Inklingo Shop.

We will announce the winner on Mother’s Day, okay?

BONUS TIP  There are 2 good things you can do right now!

I have more ideas for Double Wedding Ring layouts. You can receive an email every time we post new designs or a movie on our YouTube channel if you subscribe (right sidebar).

Thank you for visiting.

Linda & Monkey

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499 thoughts on “Double Wedding Ring Quilts with On Point Settings”

  1. This is perfect! I’ve always loved the DWR but was always too intimidated, but now that my youngest is marrying the perfect girl, it’s just the incentive I need to make this happen!

  2. I love the ‘Blossoms in Niagara on the Lake’ – it really is all about color selections. I’ve only begun to quilt a couple of years ago, but have found that your method especially combined with EQ7 is the perfect way to quilt. Thank you sew much. I would love to make this quilt, but I have always thought this pattern was to difficult – now I see there is hope. Thank you. Hope I win <3

  3. I’m afraid I’m now to late to enter the drawing, but happy mother’s day and thank you for emailing me and showing me where to enter.
    I’m very interested in your giveaway.

  4. I love inklingo thanks for this great way to hand piece. It is the only way I would ever do a double wedding ring!

  5. DWR is defnintely on my bucket list for a quilt I’d love to make and this looks awesome. Hoping to be a winner! Thank you, Linda and Monkey!

  6. I would love to make DWR Quilt but always thought it looked so difficult this method sure would help to make things easier.

  7. I have just the project to use this on…a very overdue wedding remembrance quilt. I hope, hope , hope I win. This would be my first attempt at using Inklingo. It looks so enticing.

  8. The DWR pattern is one of my favorite tradition patterns. My guild friend is doing one with vintage fabrics, and yes it is one I plan on making too. Thanks for the chance to win this pattern.

  9. I tried piecing a Double Wedding Ring the traditional way and gave up because I could not all my points meet. I would love to try this method-thanks for the chance to win!

  10. I have a friends who loves Inklingo – and she has been trying to persuade me to try it. I have a DWR quilt started, but it is taking me sooo long to finish. There has to ne a better way- sounds as if I might have found it! Thanks for the possibility of winning – it might just be the impetus I need!

  11. This looks so wonderful…the possibilities are amazing! I’ve always wanted to make a DWR, and this method looks great! Thanks for the chance to win!

  12. would love to make a wedding ring quilt- it is on my bucket list
    You inspire me to challenge myself on my next big project.
    thank you

  13. I never thought I would try to make a double wedding ring quilt but you have inspired me, all the lay outs are awesome. Would love to win this pattern, thanks for the chance.

  14. These DWR designs are gorgeous!!!!!!! Have never made one, but sure would like to give it a try!!!!!!!
    Thanks for the chance to win such a great contest!!!!!

  15. Inklingo is soooo cool. I am working on a wedding quilt for my brother and my future sister-in-law and although the quilt is done, the borders have to be done. It’s been a challenge to decide what kind of borders I wanted, and all of a sudden I received an blog entry from Bonnie Hunter reminding everyone of your contest. Well guess what – the light bulb went off – that’s what my border will be DWRs!!! Thank you thank you, thank you – Bonnie for sending the blog out and Linda & Monkey for providing the opportunity and the inspiration!! Hope I am one of the very lucky winners!! Carmela

  16. WOW! I just found this site and I’m going OMG I have to try this. Thanks for the chance to win your give-a-way. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. I have always wanted to make a DWR quilt. And now I wouldn’t even know where to start. Your designs are beautiful! I think this give away would be a great way to start.

  18. For my daughter’s wedding, I did a DWR for her the ‘old fashioned’ way. Your designs with Inklingo look like they would be such fun to do. It seems the design possibilities are endless. Very interesting.

  19. Linda, I have the Double Wedding Ring and am working on one now. I am thoroughly enjoying the NYB 1 and am just about to purchase NYB2. I just completed my Jospeh’s Coat.. just need to quilt it. I couldn’t have done any of this without Inklingo. Handpiecing is my relaxation therapy and I never miss an opportunity to tell a fellow quilter just how easy it is using Inklingo.

  20. These are absolutely beautiful Double Wedding Ring quilt designs! I love the half center piece and all the design possibilities. The Blossoms design is lovely.

  21. I would just love to win the double wedding ring pattern. This is a quilt that I have wanted to make for the last 30 years. Thank you Linda, for running this contest.

    Sandy in TN

  22. Have always thought that this pattern was too complicated for me to have a go – now I can see that it can indeed be done, especially with the correct tools. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the draw and for me to have a chance at winning this.

  23. Inklingo is new to me and I find it very interesting. Inklingo offers many opportunities to use my beautifully wonderful scraps that have accumulated over the years. I think I am in love. :’)

  24. I’ve always loved this pattern, but thought it was far too difficult for me – but maybe not now! Thanks for the chance.

  25. This looks wonderful, I am not familar with this product so I will have to do some reading to find out about it. Thanks for the chance to win.

  26. I’d never thought of using DWR as a border what a terrific design possibility. Looks fascinating! Just luv monkey.

  27. I also would love to try the Inklingo to make the DWR… looks very interesting and it is hard to believe when you say it is easy….I sure would love to win the shape collection….Thanks Much, Nancy


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