Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Vintage Thingy Thursday: Double Wedding ring summer spread



I am joining Coloradolady this week for Vintage Thingy Thursday. See what other people are sharing - click on the icon above.
Today's entry is a summer spread in the double wedding ring pattern (DWR).  It is a spread because it is a single layer of fabric, finished and with a dust ruffle. It looks pretty good on a queen sized bed.




Here's another look at the rings and the embroidery around the rings and in the middle.  The ring segments were pieced and then appliqued onto the yellow fabric.  Then, a close-up of the lovely 30's fabrics, and where a an area of the yellow fabric was carefully mended.  Can you see it, under the center embroidered flower motif?  Click on the photograph to see a larger version.  this was a careful mending job!


This view of the back shows how this applique and embrodiery was done.

This is yet another ebay purchase.  It looks much better in person that in these photos, and in the on-line listing, so I feel like I won a real treasure.

Speaking of winning, let me mention here the giveaway contest in pregress at my other blog, Viridian's Postcard blog.  In honor of post #99, I am giving away a set of 10 unused postcards.


How to enter this contest: Leave a comment on this post and please include a way to contact you if your blogger profile does not include your email address or blog name. A mention of this contest on your blog would be great but not necessary. A give-away is also a promotional scheme after all.


Enter by Tuesday June 29 at 6 PM Eastern USA time. (I have family vacation the week before this.) At that time I will close entries and use a random number generator or random list generator (See Random.org) to pick the winner. The next post will announce the winner. Once I have a shipping address the postcards are off to its new happy home.
Happy Vintage Thingy Thursday!
Viridian



14 comments:

Postcardy said...

I love your spread. It is very cheerful looking and different from anything else I have seen.

Michelle said...

What a gorgeous spread! So beautifully done. Thanks so much for sharing it.

Teresa~ Gardening with Soule said...

What a gorgeous quilt. a Great ebay treasure to be sure.

P. said...

Love this vintage spread! Quite interesting construction too.

LV said...

I have a number of vintage and new quilts. I want all I see. I have a double wedding ring one as well. I like the colors in yours.

Tara Beaulieu said...

Don't you love when you find a great treasure like this on eBay? It's just lovely and perfect for summer. Happy VTT and thanks for sharing!

Coloradolady said...

The colors are so vivid in this spread, just lovely. I was thinking the other day that I have not seen any solid goldenrod fabric at any fabric stores, this makes a lovely color in a quilt. Happy VTT!

Grannys Attic said...

what a great find and the colors are so pretty. Blessings, Vicky

CC said...

This is one of my favorite patterns,
and the spread shows why. They're just absolutely gorgeous. I love the fabrics used...everything has come together so pretty.. Happy VTT..

Ann said...

I really like the fact that the quilt top has a ruffle. Really pretty piece. Happy VTT

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

How beautiful!! I really love the colors...especially the wonderful, sunny yellow :)

Blessings!
Gail

Sally Annie Magundy said...

I love wedding ring quilts and I've never seen one with a yellow background fabric before. So much fun!

Happy VTT!
Sally

Stacey said...

What a beautiful spread. The colors are so fun!

Anna Matthews said...

Beautiful spread!

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