This Beautiful Quilt is Sure to Impress

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A New Technique Gives Fantastic Results!

This amazing quilt has all the charm of a Double Wedding Ring quilt but is far easier to make. Modern construction methods and jelly roll strips (or charm squares) simplify the process considerably.

The pattern, from Sew Kind of Wonderful, offers many design options. Creative fabric selection is all it takes to change the look. 

Metro Hoops Quilt

Go for a scrappy look or coordinate the colors. Different background colors and connecting squares also play into achieving your own unique look for this quilt.

Metro Hoops QuiltQuilt from Sew Kind of Wonderful.

Metro Hoops QuiltQuilt by Kathy Schwartz of Tamarack Shack.

Metro Hoops QuiltQuilt from Sew Kind of Wonderful.

To make this quilt you’ll want the Sew Kind Of Wonderful Quick Curve Ruler (get it here). It will greatly speed construction.

While there is curved piecing, don’t panic. They are gentle curves and shouldn’t give you any trouble. You’ll find good curved piecing tips here.

You’ll also appreciate the great tutorial here for squaring up the blocks.

While these examples show beautiful longarm quilting, you’ll produce a wonderful quilt using straight line or free motion quilting.

The finished quilt is 60″ x 75″. You can increase the size by adding more blocks.

Click here to purchase the “Metro Hoops” quilt pattern.




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