Friday, July 19, 2013

EZ Double Wedding Ring Challenge

Welcome to my stop on the EZ Double Wedding Ring Challenge blog hop!


If a Double Wedding Ring is on your quilting bucket list (I know it's on mine), you'll want to hear about this. The NYC MOD Quilt Guild has teamed up with Simplicity, Interweave, and Juki to sponsor this quilt challenge. Put your own twist on the classic DWR design to win serious prizes.

Lifesavers mini quilt
You might remember last year's version of this challenge, the EZ Dresden Challenge. My Lifesavers quilt, which I made for the Dresden challenge, placed in both the challenge and at QuiltCon. So I can vouch for the fact that a contest like this can really push your creativity in new directions and inspire a project that you may not have come up with otherwise.

And I can also vouch for the amazing prizes that are on the line. : ) My winnings last year included batting, fabric, more rulers, a book, and an entire rainbow of thread in its own cabinet—and that was for third place! This year's prizes include a Juki sewing machine, gift certificates, and much more. So put this one on your to-do list!

Just like with last year's challenge, there are various categories that you can enter. It doesn't have to be modern (there's a traditional category), and you don't even have to make an entire quilt—just one ring can qualify! To enter, images of your entry must be uploaded by December 1. For all the details, visit the NYC MOD blog. 


And to get you started, I'm giving away not one but two sets of EZ Quilting's Double Wedding Ring templates. Just comment on this post by Wednesday, July 24, for a chance to win.

Don't forget to visit all the other stops on the blog hop for more chances to win. Good luck in the challenge! I can't wait to see everyone's creative interpretations of a double wedding ring!

July 8th
​NYC MOD​ Quilters – http://nycmetromodquilters.blogspot.com
Interweave – http://quiltingdaily.com
July 9th
Emily Bailey – http://emsscrapbag.blogspot.com
Shelly Pagliai – http://prairiemoonquilts.com/?page_id=62
July 10th
Amy Ellis – http://amyscreativeside.com
Faith Jones – Me!
July 11th
Amy Smart – http://www.diaryofaquilter.com
Monica Solorio-Snow – http://thehappyzombie.com/blog
July 13
Jenny Cameron – http://Fiberlosophy.blogspot.com
July 14th
Jane Davidson – http://quiltjane.blogspot.com
July 15th
Joanna Wilczynska – http://shape-moth.blogspot.com
Jackie Kunkel – http://cvquiltworks.blogspot.com
July 18
Pat Sloan – http://blog.patsloan.com
Jessica Alexandrakis – http://lifeunderquilts.blogspot.com
July 19th
Jacquie Gering – http://tallgrassprairiestudio.blogspot.com
Lee Heinrich – http://www.freshlypieced.com

196 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I would love to win one of these templates to make a DWR quilt!

B Greene said...

I cannot wait to see what you come up with this year! Your Lifesavers quilt is one that just "stays with me" - such a great twist on a traditional pattern. Thanks for the chance to win!

sharpie said...

I'd love to win one of these *two* prizes! Thanks for the chance, Lee!

Paula @ Sewy Stuff said...

Great templates! Templates are one thing I have not invested in yet (still a newbie adding supplies as I need them). These would be great first templates, and inspire me to try something new.

Jane said...

I'm contemplating this. Seems like I'm always so far behind. Thanks for the chance to win the template.

Mary said...

Ooooooo, lala! Templates! Thanks for the giveaway! I'm working as fast as I can on a couple other tops that must be quilted so I can dive in on this challenge. The templates would be handy.

Stevii said...

Great templates. I need those templates so I can enter the challenge. I hope I win them so I don't have to go out in this heat to buy them at the store.

Suzanne said...

Thank you for the chance to win the templates! This quilt has been on my list since I started quilting 20 years ago.

monique said...

A double wedding ring quilt is also on my bucket list. Templates would help get me off my behind!

Emily said...

A DWR is definitely on my bucket list. Sign me up!

Gill said...

I've never made a DWR quilt - I'd love to try!

Cindi said...

It would be fun to try something more challenging. Would love to win a set of templates.

sarahquilts.com said...

It always makes me laugh when I read the phrase "EZ double wedding ring." I'd love to try it though.

Lisa Marie said...

DWR would be a good thing to challenge myself with. Thanks for the chance to win!

capitolaquilter said...

Thanks for the giveaway - nothing seems easy about the pattern but I'll take whatever help I can get with the rulers, I do love toys.

Pauline said...

What a great challenge! It would be quite satisfying to be able to make a double wedding ring quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your drawing.
lvtoqlt@mac.com

Penny Barnes said...

This has been on my bucket list for so long....I would love to win the templates...but if not...will have to make that purchase! How great that there are companies out there creating tools to make those scary quilt projects so much easier!

sophie said...

THis challenge is a great motivator to try a DWR quilt ... or an out of the box DWR idea. I have had one of the latter bouncing about in my head for a while and I think it could be time to make that quilt. I'd love to win the give-away ... it would further motivate me to stop thinking about it and start doing it!

Gene Black said...

I would love to win the templates -I already have ideas for the DWR challenge, but the templates would motivate me to get started on it.

Cecilia said...

Thank you for the chance to win the templates. I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone creates for. The challenge.

Linh said...

I can't wait to start! Thanks for sharing linhs4real@aol.com

jeanne e. said...

definitely have my eye on these templates. would be great to win a set. thanks for the chance. :)

Tiffany said...

I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with!

georgiagirlquilts said...

DWR is definitely on my wish list...so I'd love to win this! thanks for the chance!

allierae said...

I can't wait to see what you come up with this time around

Linda said...

HI! DWR IS SO NEAT! HAVEN'T TRIED IT YET,BUT WILL SOON!
THANKS FOR SHARING A GREAT GIVEAWAY!

msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

jan said...

I am very intimidated by DWR - but it's high time I gave it a go! Thank you for sharing!
xo jan

Vicki said...

Prizes are always nice. A DWR quilt would definitely be something that I would take on. I love a good challenge!!

treadlemusic said...

I would love those templates and the wedding ring challenge is awesome!!!!

Vera said...

International challenge, that's kind of cool! I wouldn't mind to win these, lol. Thx.

Leila said...

I think those templates would be the only way to go! This will be a great challenge!

Kayla Yapuncich said...

I'd love to win these! Been wanting to try a double wedding ring and I'm sure these will help!

Jacklynn said...

I would love to try this challenge, thanks for the give away!

Lauren Deel said...

I would love to win! I have always been intimidated by the DWR, but winning would give me the push to try it :)

Josie McRazie said...

I am psyched to try the DWR! I made my own templates yetserday... but real ones would be wonderful!

quiltytherapy said...

This pattern scares me and I'm considering the challenge to really give it a try.

Scrapatches said...

A Double Wedding Ring has been on my quilty bucket list, too ... just waiting for the right time. My daughter will soon be a beautiful bride. Looks like the time is right ... :) Pat

mjb said...

The templates would be awesome to win!

Anna McCurdy said...

The acrylic templates are so wonderful if you are going to tackle this quilt. I made a DWR many years ago- perhaps I will try it again one day. Thanks for the chance to win these wonderful templates.
Regards from Alberta, Canada,
Anna

Sharon said...

What a fun challenge...I am in!

Paula said...

Double Wedding Ring has been on my on my quilting bucket list as well for quite some time. I think it's time to give it a try. Tks fr the chance! x

Alli said...

How cool! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

Melissa at My Fabric Relish said...

Oh, pick me pick me!!!! I am so excited to get started and just need these awesome templates to get going. Thanks for the chance.

~Kelie~ said...

Thanks for the chance to win! The DWR has always been a favorite pattern...can't wait to see all the amazing entries!

Deborah DeBerry said...

DWR is on my list to try, try being the operative word. I have my grandmother's DWR quilt top that she made sometime prior to 1951--made with feedsacks, actual feedsacks. I would love to someday get it finished, but am still learning how to quilt. Thanks for the chance to get the templates, I looked at my LQS and they didn't have them.

Brenda said...

I love, love,love your lifesavers quilt. thanks for the chance to win.

Moneik said...

I have always wanted to make a DWR and I think I am up to the challenge.

Rainy said...

I would love to win this to try my hand at making a wedding ring quilt.

Catskill Quilter said...

I love you last year's entry! I am excited about the double wedding ring - so classic!

Jean said...

Very pretty quilt!

Franziska said...

It's on my list for sure. Who knows when I'll be able to try it out.

Franziska said...

I forgot: I still like your quilt very very much! I always enjoy looking at it.

Tsigeyusv said...

Yep, that might be just enough to push me to do this type of quilt. It HAS been on my bucket list for quite a while now. I'd love to do it.

bruinbr said...

A double wedding ring quilt is definitely on my bucket list! Anything that makes things easier is awesome! Thanks for the giveaway!

Christy said...

I've always wanted to make a DWR quilt!

Robin (noteverstill/noteversewing) said...

I love the look of this block but I know I would never try it without the templates to make it less scary! :)

Sheetal said...

Your lifesavers quilt is lovely!, looking forward to see your take on the DWR. As I follow the blog hop, my excitement for the DWR challenge is growing! Thanks for a chance at winning the templates!

Joy Manoleros said...

All this talk about double wedding rings has me wanting to make some - I'm in!! Having these awesome templates sure would make it a lot easier! :D

Vicki H said...

I looked for the templates at my local JoAnn's, but came up empty handed. Thanks for the chance to win a set.

Mom C said...

That one's on my bucket list still. This is a great challenge to get me moving. Thanks.

Amy said...

I'd love to win this template. The double wedding ring is on my bucket list too. Since today is my 40th birthday, it would be awesome to win this.

Jennifer Gleich said...

What a cool challenge! I, too, have always wanted to try the double wedding right.

Anne said...

These challenges certainly do inspire me to try something new. I've never done a double wedding ring before. Maybe now is the time.

Sowing Stitches said...

This is the one quilt block I have never attempted!
Not sure why. Maybe one day I will brave up and give her a go.....

LYNN said...

Your work is inspiring! Would love to do this challenge! Thank you chance.

Ann Dunn said...

Well, that might be too much of a challenge for me but having the templates would get me off to a good start. Hope I win. Love your lifesavers.

JMac said...

I have always dreamed of making a DWR quilt since I saw my grandmother's as a child! Count me in to the template give-away!

Lynn Harris said...

I'd love the templates to try a DWR.

Lesley said...

Would love these templates! Always up for a challenge to try something new! Thanks for the opportunity!

Renea said...

I have always wanted to make a double wedding ring quilt and if by chance I would win these templates it would be a sign that I need to make the quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

contentncm said...

Thanks for the chance!
contentncm at yahoo dot com

MzLlyren said...

I would really like to dig into modern and art quilting with this challenge - but it will be my first double wedding ring. Thanks for the chance at a template!

MzLlyren said...

I would really like to dig into modern and art quilting with this challenge - but it will be my first double wedding ring. Thanks for the chance at a template!

MzLlyren said...

I would really like to dig into modern and art quilting with this challenge - but it will be my first double wedding ring. Thanks for the chance at a template!

MzLlyren said...

I would really like to dig into modern and art quilting with this challenge - but it will be my first double wedding ring. Thanks for the chance at a template!

Marianne said...

I would love to win those templates and have a go!

Stacey Napier said...

Lee, definitely a bucket list item for me - thank you for the chance to win!

Barb in Mi said...

I loved your lifesaver quilt! Need to try a DWR - thanks for a chance!

Nita said...

I love the old-fashioned Double Wedding Ring - something so friendly and soothing and traditional about it.

Barbara Beyun said...

I am so up for this challenge, I'd love to win a template to help me get started!

ronnie said...

It would be awesome to win templates. Thanks for the opportunity.

needle and nest said...

What an awesome challenge! I need to put the double wedding ring quilt on my bucket list too!

Patchwork and Play said...

Lifesavers- what an appropriate name! I have made a couple of versions of the DWR so these templates would definitely be a lifesaver!

SIMPLESEW said...

Definitely on my bucket list, finally all my sons finished getting married and thought I would have time to make them each one, Well, now they are giving me grandbabies..

Caroline said...

Oh that would be helpful, please add me to the draw - thanks!

Karen M said...

Thanks so much for the chance to win these templates. I made a DWR quilt about 20years ago. King-sized, machine pieced, hand quilted. I want to make another, but I know there has to be a better way. I would love to use these templates to try again.

Barbara said...

Templates would certainly help make a DWR quilt much easier. Thanks Lee.

corinne said...

I have the fabric pick out for the challenge. Please enter me in the contest. Thank you.

Cathy said...

Thanks for the chance to win a set of templates. Whether or not I win templates I'm in for the challenge!

wonderlandbyalyce said...

Thanks for the chance to win. I would really like to try my hand at this quilt someday.

mindingmomma said...

I would really like to make a quilt and enter the contest. Hope I win these rulers.
mindingmomma(at)aol(dot)com
mindingmomma.wordpress.com

ginevra said...

I love that they included the 'small' category - that's actually doable, even for a beginner like me!

Rachel Booth said...

This is gorgeous! I'm planning to make one for my parents 30th anniversary next year! :) thanks for the chance to win!

LauraC said...

Thanks for the chance to win. I would love to try a ring or two.

LauraC said...

Thanks for the chance to win. I would love to try a ring or two.

Lisa said...

I'd love to try to make one :). These tools would really be useful!

Kelly Cole said...

it's on the bucket list for sure but just one ring might help to get it out of my system ;) Thanks for the chance to win!

Donana said...

This is at the top of my bucket list! My daughter is getting married next summer and this would be perfect. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

QwerkyGrl said...

I am going to enter this contest...It will be my first quilt contest. I've never made a DWR so I really would love the templates to make this quilt!!! It's a great giveaway, thanks for the 2 chances to win it =)!

Mary said...

WOW! Love it!!!

Lucinda Miller said...

Would love to do a wedding ring quilt -- winning this giveaway would be a great way to get it started.

Susan Stanton said...

Yup, it's on my bucket list too. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity! yoyopattycakes@hotmail.com

What Comes Next? said...

I've wanted to make one forever, but always stall out on the idea of making my templates. Winning a set would be fabulous!

LJ said...

Yep, that Lifesavers quilt is amazing!! I'm still on the fence about joining the challenge; the pattern scares me. Thanks for the encouragement; we'll see...

PK Sews said...

Your Dresden is beautiful! Thanks for the giveaway!

Janet M said...

I always thought the Wedding Ring pattern was too difficult. The templates are tempting me to consider trying this traditional pattern. Thanks for the chance to win them!

cat in tassie said...

I'm not sure if this giveaway is open to quilters outside the US, but just in case...

I love double wedding rings but have never been game to make one. I like the idea of the arc made from a single fabric. Not only would it make the pattern easier to piece but the larger pieces would really show off beautiful fabrics.

Lisa Mather said...

These templates look so fun!

Margaret said...

I'm so, so, so happy to learn about Darlene Zimmerman's DWR templates. There is definitely a DWR quilt in my future . . . The only question is - traditional or modern??

Cruz said...

Oh, how exciting! I would love to participate, I have not been able to find the templates at my local shop(s).

Tamie said...

I'd love to give this pattern a try but not without templates. Thanks for the giveaway.

Mama Spark said...

You are a great inspiration! I love you blog and the things you do. I showed a friend your Super Nova block and she made a fabulous quilt using fabric she received from out of the country. Once it is finished I will send you a pic, you will love it!

Shannon said...

I'm new to quilting and didn't know what a Double Wedding Ring quilt looked like. As soon as I Googled it I was like "Ohhhh that one. I love that one!" I would love to try my hand at it.

Our Chronicles said...

I'm excited to try this! Thanks for the chance to win!

Donna Joy said...

DWR quilts are amazing done in a modern look. Thanks for the chance to win.

Saskia (knitandpatch) said...

Great give away. As I like the EZ Ruler a lot, I would love to win the double wedding ring templates.
Saskia

Sue H said...

I'm taking the plunge! Going to challenge myself and make a DWR for my daughter's wedding in two and half months - time to get busy!

Jenny said...

I would really love these templates -- thanks!

quiltswithpersonality said...

A Double Wedding Ring quilt was the first quilt I saw when I moved to Australia and I loved it. I have never forgotten that quilt! Who would have thought many years later I would be quilting and making my own double wedding ring. Thanks for the opportunity to win templates. Marie (mlismore@optusnet.com.au)

CathyK said...

I would love to make something for my brother and his new bride! Thank you for the chance!

Liz said...

A comment!
Cheers, liz

Jenn said...

I would love to make one of these someday!

Catrin Lewis said...

A double wedding ring is quite scary but sometimes you just have to face your demons!

Amber C. said...

The double wedding ring is my favorite pattern and the one I'm most afraid to attempt. My second wedding anniversary is next week. I feel inspired to try this challenge.
I didn't know they make a ruler set for this block. It's not at my local shops. Hoping to win one.
Thanks!

Crafty Tokyo Mama said...

Since I was a child, when I think of quilts, the double wedding ring pattern is the one I always thought of. Now that I quilt myself, I know many more patterns, but the wedding ring design will always epitomize quilts to me.

Jan said...

Wow, I love your quilt. Congrats on winning last year. I look forward to seeing you entry for this year.

Dee said...

I've been wanting to make a DWQ for a while, but haven't found the right template pack...this looks awesome!

Your quilt from last year's challenge is so great!

Thanks for the awesome giveaway and heads up on the contest!

Eileen DiPietro said...

The more I read makes me think I should give it a try. Thanks for the chance.

DanaK ~ WaterPenny said...

Very inspiring reasons to enter. I do adore this pattern.

Bonnie58 said...

I love this pattern and have always wanted to try it. This may just be what I need to try it out. Thanks so much for sharing.

Taryn said...

This sounds fun! I've been wanting to try these templates out!

Thearica said...

I have always shied away from the wedding ring pattern. these templates might make it easier and open up a whole new arsenal of quilts for me. :)

Kritta22 said...

wow!! I would love to play! thanks for the head start!!

Barb and Sharon said...

I participated in last year's Dresden challenge so I'd like to try my hand at wedding rings too.
Barb@Witsend

Amy said...

I would love to try these templates!

Mara said...

I totally want to participate in this challenge, if I don't win any rulers I can buy a set on Amazon UK, thanks for being able to giveaway 2 pairs :)

Suze said...

I think the double wedding ring quilt is the epitome of all quilts. You are an angel to give away to 2 templates. I have always wanted to make a double wedding ring quilt.

Brenda J. said...

This looks like a great challenge and the templates seem to make it so much more approachable. I hope to get started soon with some scrappy, bright, "made" fabric. Thanks for the chance to win!

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

Thanks for a wonderful giveaway - any means of making a DWR easier would be welcome as I love them!

Linda K said...

Thanks for your encouragements! Of course, I'm not as talented as you are, but it gives me inspiration to see what I can come up with. I'd love to have templates to get started with!

Jeanne said...

Thanks for the giveaway. I am excited about trying to do a DWR.

Pinspot said...

DWR is intimidating, for sure. But last year I was scared of dresdens, and her ruler made them easy!

CurlyGirlMom said...

Oh how fun!! I've never tried a double wedding ring quilt. I'm game... Bring it on!! :)

Mims said...

Looks like fun, thanks for the chance to win the templates!

Gunilla said...

I would love to join this!

Becky Butler said...

I love your lifesavers quilt, such a clever idea!

jmj said...

Looks like lots of fun!!!!!

llavmc said...

I would love to win these templates and I love the lifesavers quilt! Thanks!

Anne said...

That livesavers quilt is such a great use of dresdens. Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

Ann in NC said...

Your Dresden Plate quilt caught my eye last year! I am anxious to see the entries for this contest! It would be wonderful to win a set of templates!

Linette Manier said...

This is really an exciting idea. I think I am motivated to get busy at a double wedding ring!

Margaret said...

I may get only one ring done, but I am up for the challenge!

Mr. Briggs said...

I just started reading your blog as I ventured through the summer sampler series. I really enjoyed the tutorials and appreciated the information that you've provided. I've always been fascinated by circles in quilts and look forward to seeing your submission.

Miggsie said...

Sounds like fun! Thanks for the giveaway!

Ivona said...

Would love to win the templates, I might use solids or batiks for the challenge. Greetings from Slovakia and thanks for the giveaway :-)

Lori L said...

I have always loved the DWR quilt. If I won a set of templates, I guess I would just have to enter the contest. Always enjoy trying something new. Thanks for the chance to win.

Michelle said...

Incredible! Thanks for letting us know about this competition!

Vickie said...

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PT in SC said...

Maybe I should give this a try. Thank you!

Auntie Clark said...

I would love to make a double wedding ring quilt. Thanks or the opportunity to win the templates.

Erin said...

Brilliant! Thanks for the chance to win the templates. I've always wanted to try a wedding ring quilt, and maybe this is just the push I need.

SheilaN8 said...

Love the Lifesavers! I think I am going to start drawing up some variations of double wedding rings :)

Em said...

I've always thought the double wedding ring was too traditional for my taste but I will enjoy the challenge of making it modern - plus my best friend is getting married next year so this could serve double duty as a gift . . .

Vio said...

This is so wonderful! I really want to make a double wedding ring quilt. These templates would be the push I need. Thanks for the chance.

Lisa E said...

Yes, I remember the Lifesavers quilt, because I loved it. Still do. The double wedding ring would be great to try.

Sel said...

Hoping so very desperately that I win one of these sets - I just had a thought for the fabric I could use for this!

Mary Graff said...

My grandmother made a double wedding ring quilt 50 years ago. I would love to win one of the rulers and make one like Grandma's.

Jan said...

I have always wanted to piece a double wedding ring quilt.

green23 said...

I can't wait to get started on this quilt. Looks like fun.

TresorParis said...

Nice post. Thanks to sharing this and give us the opportunity to winning this.
http://blog.tresorparis.com/

Julia said...

After a retreat weekend with nothing but straight seams I'm so into doing a double wedding ring. Since my wife also remarked she was a little afraid of sewing curves, we'd love to win a set of the rulers since everybody who tried them told us, that the relatively soft curves were great to train.

Anita said...

Very cool! I would love to win these templates! Thanks for the chance :)

jednoiglec said...

I'm so interested how this year will look like works for the challenge. Last year was so exciting and I'm sure that this year it will be awesome too!

stitchingandbacon said...

I would love to play with the double wedding ring. It looks like a fun creative exercise.

Tsoniki said...

I think I'm going to make something for this contest. I need to sketch and get to work so I am finished and not pushing the deadline!

Lucy said...

I'd love to make a dear friend a double wedding ring in vintage reproduction fabrics. Thanks for the giveaway!

Ronnie said...

Haven't tried a double wedding ring quilt yet. I love a challenge so hope I win these rulers.

Ramona said...

I recently saw this challenge and I'm definitely thinking about joining in. I haven't tried the double wedding ring yet and it's about time I'm thinking. Thanks for the chance to win.

You did an awesome job with your quilt. It is definitely a winner.

Patricia said...

I'd love to give this challenge a whack. Nifty rulers would be spiffy too!

Xandi said...

Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

LaurieH said...

i love the double wedding ring quilt!

LizzyClips said...

Thanks for the giveaway, can't wait to give the DWR a try!

Lisa in Port Hope said...

I'd love to see a version in bright solids. I don't know if I would ever make one.

Adrianne said...

A DWR is definitely on my bucket list!

Katy Cameron said...

This looks like a fun challenge, thanks for the chance to win :o)

M.W. said...

Looks like a fun fun challenge.
Thanks for the chance to win. Have always wanted to try a DWR.
Shawn

Pam said...

Would love to try a DWR - and the templates would definitely help. Thanks for the chance!

Rebekah said...

A DWR quilt would definitely push me to learn some new skills! Fun giveaway!

Julie in GA said...

I started a DWR quilt many years ago but didn't get far. Maybe it is time to give that pattern another try.

Karrie S said...

I haven't made a DWR, but I would love to win the templates to start one!

Em said...

I am looking forward to beginning my double wedding ring quilt to add to my hope chest.

Audie said...

My best friend is getting married this spring and this may be the perfect kick in the pants to get started!

Jo said...

I would love to give this pattern a try. Thanks for the giveaway.

Nicole said...

Looks like a great challenge!

amummy said...

This looks like a great competition and a fantastic giveaaway.

Luis Ibrahim said...

Thanks for posting the challenge. Just loved the way you have designed it.

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