Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Bright Lights Big City Class

 Last week at Quilting By The Lake was a lot of fun!  We were making Stretched hex and tumbler quilts, using my Garden Variety Pattern, (templates and pattern available in my website shop) and then we did three days of my Bright Lights, Big City quilt! It was Double Wedding Ring Fun! Check out all their projects! All so different in palette, BUT! scrappy deliciousness, all the same!  Enjoy the show!

This "Bright Lights Big City pattern" is from my book, Double Wedding Rings, Traditions Made Modern. The pattern is included in the book.
*I do NOT have an acrylic template set for this quilt, as the pieces are very big & heavy in acrylic.  They would be to expensive to make, and shipping them difficult.

**I DO have a the Double Wedding ring Acrylic set available for the "Remembering Christmas Past quilt", a great traditional set, large enough to make your Modern Version! Visit my website shop.


  1. Love seeing all the different colorways. Thanks

  2. Wow! so many possibilities.. very inspiring thx for sharing

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  4. Really beautiful, love this post, thanks for sharing all of these wonderful student blocks. They really show all of the possibilities. Thank you, Victoria, for all that you give us!

  5. I was lucky enough to be in this class last week ~ what a life changing experience! Thank you Victoria for such a fun, playful week!

    Diane C.

  6. I agree, Wow, how inspiring, all the variety. Thank you, Victoria.
    What a treat to have been in that class.

  7. What a great way to begin my day!! Colour galore here, this is one of my favourite patterns in your book, marked to make soon as my other projects are finished up. Thanks for posting these quilt in the making.

  8. I love the variety of fabrics used on these. Every one of them are striking. I have your book and that is the one pattern in it that I want to make.

  9. That is a great idea to put a nine patch in those big diamonds! I have this book too, and I think piecing those sections will give me more flexibility. Heck, I guess they could be "made fabric," too!


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