March 30, 2011 HomeQuilting PatternsDouble Wedding Ring Quilt Pattern Double Wedding Ring Quilt Pattern By cherie Quilting Patterns 33 Comments Classic! Sure, there’s lots of pieces but well worth it. To download the free Double Wedding Ring pattern as a PDF file click here Save Tags:double wedding ring, pattern, quilting Related Posts Free Raggedy Ann and Andy Applique Quilt Pattern Nine Patch Star Vintage Quilting Pattern Vintage Quilting Pattern Chain of Diamonds 33 Comments cherie You’re very welcome! The wedding ring quilt is easy to assemble. The tedious part is cutting all the pieces! March 4, 2021 Jan Thank you for the template. This is a timeless quilt pattern. Now it is my turn to try to make it. March 4, 2021 cherie The hijack must be at your end? I clicked on the post and the link to the PDF file and there’s no piggyback ad link. Here’s the file: https://www.french-knots.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/double_wedding_ring.pdf I’ll try to send it to your email address in case you miss this reply. January 2, 2021 Theresa I am so very frustrated I’ve tried to download the free templates for this pattern and the piggyback link sends me to a car sales add can someone please send me the link for the templates or take it off as it is a game October 16, 2020 Sandra Thank you so much for this pattern, it has been on my quilting bucket list for many years and now I might actually get to do one. July 12, 2016 cherie The double wedding ring shall live on forever. Glad you found the pattern useful and good luck with your project! January 19, 2016 Carol Thanks so much. This exactly what I have been looking for. I am 76 years old and hope I have time to make it. This will be my carry along with me project. I love it. I made one when I was 16 and it is in bad shape. January 18, 2016 cherie What a wonderful idea! August 6, 2014 Diana Pierson Would I be able to make just one double ring for the center of a wedding quilt an do the rest of the quilt in squares. I would like the center for people to sign that came to the wedding. I am really a moderate Quilters as I have only made baby quilts. Diana August 1, 2014 erika halverson oh, ok. thanks for the help. I must not have seen it. i’m just so use to all the yardage being up front. thanks Cherie April 27, 2014 cherie The last paragraph lists how much yardage is needed to complete the quilt. Typically this pattern is made from scraps but you could divide the yardage into dark, medium and light values if you’re not using scraps. April 27, 2014 erika halverson i’m one of those people that needs to know how much of fabric i’m going to need, but I don’t see that anywhere. do I just use scraps or FQ or what. completely confused. I know this sounds odd, but it’s just how I think. April 27, 2014 cherie There is mention of 56 of the A-template for a quilt 86″ x 99″ so it stands to reason that the “cut” number on each piece would yield this size of quilt. Good luck with your project! April 6, 2014 evelyn smith HI i am looking at doing this and i am trying to find the finished size in the information somewhere and can’t. can you please tell me how big it is when finished. also can you tell me if it says somewhere in the information how many exactly of each peace you are meant to cut? thanks March 22, 2014 Sherry I am so glad to finally find this. I also had it once upon a time but can’t find it so I have been looking on the internet for 2 weeks now. Low and behold, you had it. Wooo Hooo Thank you so much!!! March 14, 2014 cherie The double wedding ring is an oldie but a goodie! February 19, 2014 Betty This is the exact pattern that I used to make my Double Wedding Ring quilt. It had belonged to my mother or grandmother and was so old and fragile that I had to photocopy it before I could make my templates. February 13, 2014 Sarah Has anyone made a quilt using this pattern? I’m thinking about cutting into lots of favorite fabrics but wanted to be sure it had been tested first (if that makes sense!) July 10, 2013 cherie I print them as is. April 23, 2013 laura Do you print the page as is or do you increase to get rid of margins April 22, 2013 cherie You are very welcome! April 8, 2013 Louise Thanks so much for sharing this quilt pattern. I am a long time quilt maker and anxious to try this one. March 30, 2013 cherie By my calculations, the pattern equates to a 12″ block so in order to size it up, you’d need to enlarge by 150% for all the pieces. You may have to take it to a copy shop unless you have a printer/copier with enlargement capabilities. August 27, 2012 jo Really want a 18 inch ring. Can this be done by cutting blocks 3 1/2 inches square? Thanks August 24, 2012 cherie I don’t know what the finished size is and yes, it could be enlarged. You could cut the pieces from paper and lay them out to see what size it is, then adjust accordingly. August 9, 2012 Joanna How large is one round with this pattern? I’m needing a large round (ring?) for a table topper. Could you enlarge these to make the right size? August 5, 2012 Wiona Thank you so much for this. I have been thinking about making one for a while but thought it was too complicated. After reading the PDF I realised, although it’s time consuming, its much more straight forward than I had imagined. Now I have a purpose for all those scraps ive been keeping! July 17, 2012 cherie Mary, the pdf file is sized to print out as an 8-1/2 by 11 page so the pattern pieces will scale correctly. In Adobe reader you can zoom in to make the text easier to read and you may be able to print the directions with the enlarged text. Hope that helps! May 9, 2011 Mary I just wish the writing was bigger. I’m having a really hard time reading the directions. May 7, 2011 Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.