Tangled Irish Chain Blues 13 and 14

Neat and tidy with a few surprises … I like it.

Single and Double Irish Chain blocks work well together!

This one looks much daintier in the lighter colours … and there is plenty of room for some stunning quilting.

PS

Welcome to new email and WordPress subscribers … and could you please stay subscribed until I work out how to draw quilt block designs based on the random Gravatars which have been generated for you!

(And find the time to actually do it!)

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I am a quilter who designs many more quilts than I will ever make, and I am sharing one quilt design every day in Virtual Quilter. I also share my completed projects in Stuff-Ups, and Christmas decorations in Christmas Everyday of the Year.
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5 Responses to Tangled Irish Chain Blues 13 and 14

  1. Karen says:

    Like both but the first one has me fascinated with the twisting that I see and the brain started wondering about changing colours to enhance that twisting.
    I am supposed to be making bears today not playing with quilt patterns.

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  2. 1cala says:

    Stunning!!!

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  3. Donna Carlson says:

    They would be simple to sew in blocks, but not so simple to get the colours twisted just right. I like this series – nice little surprises!

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  4. Cat says:

    Hmmm,,,,plenty to pounce on here! (and I have my own avatar – just do not know how to attach it to comments for you)

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  5. Cat says:

    Eekk that’s PINK!

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