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Category Archives: Irish Chain
I should have used green for Irish, but Tangled Irish Chain Blues had a better ring to it … and I was trying to make myself use blue in my designs. This is one of many of my project files … Continue reading
Interesting! Amazing what can happen when you mix up Single Irish Chain, Double irish Chain and Triple Irish Chain blocks!
Can you see that the applique blocks have squares pieced into the corners? I like the one above … and should try this idea with different appliques. I think I need another seven days in my weeks so there is … Continue reading
Single, Double and Triple Irish Chain blocks all mixed up … and I like the results. Still liking it. Still liking it even though there are no Double Irish Chain blocks in the last design.
There are three Irish Chain blocks, Single Irish Chain, Double Irish Chain and Triple Irish Chain, and there are the associated joining blocks. Mix them all together and things can get really tangled!
Interesting. Not the average Irish Chain design.
I love mixing blocks in ways they were not designed to mix! The blocks used in this series include all the Irish Chain blocks, including the blocks used in alternate squares as joins in the chains. Second one, same as … Continue reading
All sorts of wonderful things just might happen if you mix up Single Irish Chain blocks, double Irish Cabin blocks and some applique … and than add a little bit of quilting.
Much prettier than yesterday’s offering!
Interesting, but cold do with a colour wash!