Hello everyone! It’s time for our first Classic & Vintage Quilt of 2015. If you’re unfamiliar with our Classic & Vintage series, we take classic, traditional blocks and make it fresh for today.
We know that you’re anxious to start sewing! So start by downloading our FREE block pattern and watch Kimberly’s Single Wedding Ring tutorial for a step-by-step guide on piecing your block.
For more Single Wedding Ring quilt creations, be sure to visit some of our bloggy friends!
Kaye of Miss Print
Paula of The Sassy Quilter
Thank you so much for joining us and let us know in the comments what classic & vintage quilt blocks you would like to take on!
I must confess I've never tried a single wedding ring block but could be tempted after Kimberley's tutorial!
Beautiful quilt and pattern. Added to must do soon list.
Thanks FQS for sharing!
Ok, I am loving that you guys are choosing blogs that are not the usually highlighted. Nice job!
Thanks for including me in the blog hop! I loved seeing all the other blocks. Such a fun pattern!
What a lovely project! Love the Sashiko stitching on Telefante's blocks 🙂
The block is adorable.
I would love to take part in maybe the Churn Dash, the old fashioned pieced turtle, Overall Bill (appliqued), old time Strawberry (appliqued), I know I can think of some others.
I also have my grandmothers vintage Umbrella doll quilt pattern. Would be willing to share it with you for a blog hop, if you are interested. 🙂
I also thank you for allowing us to join these hops… we smaller bloggers love to be included. 🙂
I love this block so much! Also, Kimberly I wanted to ask what cutting mat do you use in your videos? I need to upgrade mine to a giant one like this. Many thanks, Jessie 🙂
Jan from Sew and Sew says to say "Hi!". Thanks for the great give away opportunity!
Firstly I want to say I looked at everyone own version of the wedding ring block and yours was my favorite. Also I want to also thank you or your team for recently showing me how to find a quilt designer and pattern from the fat quarters shop. The Designer was Jill Finley and the pattern was Serenity. I was able to actually get the pattern sent to me so thank you very much to everyone please. Julie Beard Adelaide, South Australia (email@example.com)
Thank you so much for the free pattern. I love this block/quilt done in this fabric collection!