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Category Archives: Tangled Irish Chain
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!
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.
Interesting, but cold do with a colour wash!
Not my most inspiring design. Looks like a good utility quilt … the sort you could take on a picnic and not worry too much about it getting dirty.
I like it! If I was going to make this virtual quilt real I would purchase fabric for the red and black, then carefully sort scraps for the medium pieces, and maybe even the background too. PS. Can you pick … Continue reading
Simple, clean and very stylish … would look good in bright modern colours too. And lots of room for quilting
Single, Double and Triple Irish Chain blocks combined … works for me.
Irish chains without the blues of yesterday! I like this one too!