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One of the great things about blogging on WordPress is that you can schedule ahead.

One of the worst things about that is that I miss significant dates, because they are a week or more away from the time I schedule my daily blog.

This time it meant that I missed sharing Irish Log Cabin designs during the week of St Patrick’s day … so that means I should share some anytime, and no time like the present!

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This project file started one St Pat’s day when it fell on a Wednesday, which is the day of my Mid Week Log Cabin Retreat. The blocks are a combination of Irish Chain and Log Cabin blocks used as they are, but more often than not with some Irish Chain mixed into Log Cabin blocks.

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That means that the piecing is all straight seams between squares and rectangles … but there is more of it than the regular Irish Chain and Log Cabin quilts.

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Even if you have only been following my daily virtual quilts for more than a few days, you may have noticed that I use a lot of blocks which are modified and mutilated versions of old favourites … this series using two of the best known traditional pieced blocks seemed like the natural thing to do.

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My favourite for the day is the one above.

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The last one for the day is telling me that it might be fun to play in the project file for a while … just in case I find something interesting to share next March.


About Virtual Quilter

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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6 Responses to Irish Log Cabin 6

  1. Lynne Stucke says:

    Still knocking my socks off! Love these!!!


  2. Marie says:

    I love these as well. No favourites today, too hard to choose. Love the green theme for St Patrick’s tho’.


  3. I love the “biggest” one in the group shot. The colors and design really appeal to me.


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