This foundation paper-pieced quilt pattern is now available through my Pattern Shop as well as through Craftsy, yay!! The pattern comes with detailed instructions accompanied by photographs to for visual learners, which is great if you'e never paper pieced before, a complete cutting list and fabric yardage instructions for four different quilt sizes: baby, lap, twin, and queen. I've taken the liberty of putting together some fun color story choices for this quilt below to give you some other great ideas on how you can use this pattern and make it your own!
rainbow scrappy Eternity Ring
low volume lime and fuchsia Eternity Ring
festive holiday Eternity Ring
My Eternity Ring quilt is sewn up in gorgeous, rich Kona solids in shades of emerald and fuchsia, with one singular block sewn together in grayscale. I love the contrast the one gray block brings to the whole quilt. The blocks alternate to create a faux double wedding ring look, which is created through four paper piecing templates, which come together to create the quarter-block units for completing the blocks. In the grand scheme of my paper piecing projects, this one comes together fairly easily and quite straight-forwardly.
Thanks as always to my fantastic testers, who did a great job helping to clarify this pattern and make it wonderful. Katie sewed up the example on the left and Michelle sewed up the example on the right. It's so fun to see what other people do with a pattern, so I love having testers who put fabrics together that I wouldn't necessarily think of!
Katie's Eternity Ring mini
Michelle's Eternity Ring block
name: Eternity Ring
size: 60" x 72"
pattern: Eternity Ring by Elizabeth Dackson, available now through my Pattern Shop and Craftsy
fabrics: Kona Kale, Pond, Maize, Lemon, Cerise, Dark Violet, White, Iron, Charcoal, and Black
quilting: meandering stipple by me in white (#2024) Aurifil 50 wt thread
binding: Kona Dark Violet