The day I got married, as you can imagine, was an amazing day. I walked down the asle with my grandma’s handkerchief tucked between my hand and my flowers. Each of my three older sisters also walked down the asle with that handkerchief when they got married, too. It was a special heirloom that was passed down for our special day. Because my grandma passed away a while ago, my mother now keeps that handkerchief and when she passes away it will remain in our family to give to each of our daughters to use on their wedding day.
It’s just so amazing to have a family heirloom with you for a special day or just in general. I’m sure you’re wondering where I’m going with all this. Well, I bring you the double wedding quilt afghan. This crocheted afghan speaks a thousand words, but it truly is breathtaking when you look at all the detailed designs in each one of them. Because they are stunning and seem to be popular with our readers, I thought I’d share a few crochet afghan patterns with you. These double wedding ring quilt afghans can be given as a wedding gift, a housewarming gift or even kept for yourself. Whatever the reason you make one, just make one; it’ll be the most elegant design you’ve ever worked up.
Crochet an Heirloom: 3 Double Wedding Ring Quilt Afghans
Heirloom Wedding Ring Quilt – Any bride and groom would be thrilled to receive this is a gift. Although this is an advanced pattern, when learning how to crochet an afghan, it might put you up for the challenge.
Wedding Ring Bedspread – This lacy pattern is a vintage classic. Get in touch with years gone by with this pretty free crochet afghan pattern.
Wedding Ring Crochet Quilt – Don’t buy an expensive gift from the store; make your own crocheted gift with love in every stitch.
The wedding ring quilt afghan is easier to find a design for when quilted, but it just looks exquisite when crocheted.
Have you crocheted a wedding ring quilt afghan before?
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