Double Wedding Ring quilt – WIP

Quilting is a craft deeply rooted in tradition, history, and sentiment. Each quilt will always tell a unique story, woven with love and care. Among the vast array of quilt patterns, the Double Wedding Ring stands as a symbol of enduring love and commitment. It is traditionally made as a wedding gift, as it is a complex design, it takes time and effort to make it, so a wedding is just the right occasion to gift it!

The Double Wedding Ring quilt pattern has a rich history dating back to the early 20th century. Its interlocking rings symbolize the unbreakable bond between two people, making it a cherished heirloom often passed down through generations.

Crafting a Double Wedding Ring quilt is truly a labor of love. The quilt features delicately curved pieces that create the illusion of rings interlocking with one another. Piecing these curves together requires precision and-a lot of- patience, making it a true labor of love ❤️.

My Double Wedding Ring quilt, is not meant to be gifted, but I made it solely for the love of making a challenging quilt. It took me almost two months of continuous work in piecing the quilt top. It was a work of love, but the love for quilting.

The actual design I chose is a pattern, it’s actually a pattern for handpiecing the quilt (and FPP two-in-one), from one of my favorite quilters, Tara Faughnan.

I do not want to get into many more details, as these will be the subject of another blog post that will follow after the completion of the whole quilt.

In a world that often rushes by, the art of quilting reminds us to slow down and savor life’s simple pleasures. A Double Wedding Ring quilt, with its timeless beauty and rich history, embodies the essence of quilting and patchwork.

*Photoshooting was inside my old workshop in Thessaloniki (back in 2021) and in the bridge of Nestos river in the artificial lake of Platanovrisi

Modern quilts by Zafiro Vaxevanidou

Zarkadia Quilting Co. is a home-based company that focuses on making special and unique quilts that hug and caress. Quilts are love, tenderness, warmth and cure. Enjoy and be inspired by this art form and know yourself in the process.

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