Victoria Findlay Wolfe specializes in contemporary versions of Double Wedding Ring quilts. She's even written a book on the subject. The Quilt Festival exhibit Double Wedding Ring Quilts: Here Come the Brides! featured an array of Victoria's modernized versions.
Reflect Upon Your Blessings is Victoria's representation of her reflections on her own life adventure. She imagined all the colorful pieces as the memories she's made, and the red pieces as everything yet to come.
|Reflect Upon Your Blessings by Victoria Findlay Wolfe|
|Cloudy Day by Victoria Findlay Wolf|
White Hot Mod was created for Michele Muska's book Quilting the New Classics. Victoria likes to change one thing in the quilts she makes from patterns, so she added the pointy corner pieces.
|White Hot Mod by Victoria Findlay Wolf|
A Thousand Fibers Connects Us is composed of original hand-pieced melons topstitched into place with bias tape.
|A Thousand Fibers Connects Us by Victoria Findlay Wolf|
Green Trees, Clouds and Walt Whitman is a second iteration of Victoria's Luminous Views quilt. The Double Wedding Ring pattern was fish-eyed, and the intersections of the arcs were removed. The quilting was done by Karen McTavish.
|Green Trees, Clouds and Walt Whitman|
|Deconstruction by Victoria Findlay Wolf|
|Lost and Found in Translation by Victoria Findlay Wolf|
|Color Play by Victoria Findlay Wolf|
Which quilt is your favorite? Have you ever made a double wedding ring quilt?