I love it!
Piecing the Wedding Ring blocks have been so easy. (I had one snafu tonight, but that was because I forgot to check No Scaling when printing a pattern this afternoon. I'm such an idiot sometimes. Fortunately enough, I only used one section of one block I printed. The section finished too small.) I almost got four blocks completely pieced in one afternoon. If I hadn't had to fix the one section because of my printing error, feed the family, and do some laundry....
I can't imagine piecing these blocks the traditional way. I can't imagine piecing all those HSTs individually. So I have to rip some paper off....no biggie!
Yes, that's the complaint I hear the most--what a pain in the butt ripping paper off is. There are so many benefits to paper piecing blocks, though, that I think should outweigh any annoyance with this step.
I would probably never work on the Double Wedding Ring Version 2 of the Bella and Edward Wedding Quilt if I hadn't converted the block into a paper piecing pattern. Instructions and file to be posted this week.....
I've decided that my quilt for the Wedding Ring version of the quilt has to be bigger so I will be piecing one more B block and two more modified A blocks.
I've found another Breaking Dawn Quilt block that I want to make--paper pieced, of course!. Unfortunately, the block pattern is no longer available as far as I can see--I've searched everywhere. (Leo by Veronica Jones) I think I'm going to have to get creative and draft something similar.