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Category Archives: Triple Irish Chain
Add a few solid squares to some Triple Irish Chain blocks, and the design above is one of many designs that are possible. Advertisements
Love it! The series of Irish Chain designs I have shared over the last week have come in a wide range of colours … but sadly lack quilting. Need more time to play in Electric Quilt. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I haven’t added anything … Continue reading
Room for quilting to shine in a Triple Irish Chain. Some time ago I shared Triple Irish Chain 2 in the introduction to this series. In a land far, far away, somebody saw that post, and liked one of them enough … Continue reading
A mixture of Single, Double and Triple Irish Chain blocks … fun to play with, easy to construct, and room for quilting. What more could a quilter want.
Triple Irish Chain blocks without Burgoyne Surrounded … and room for quilting. The old project files like the ones I am opening up this week will all, eventually, get virtually quilted … at least that is my long term plan. … Continue reading
This project file hadn’t been opened for quite awhile when I started thinking about St Patrick’s Day coming up. I like this design, which is simply a Triple Irish Chain with five Burgoyne Surrounded by Irish blocks. Could possibly have … Continue reading
This is what can happen when you mix Single, Double and Triple Irish Chain blocks.
Interesting little detail where the alternate blocks meet … I have used 8 solid squares instead of the alternative block with the three little squares in each corner. I could say that it was intentional, but I don’t think … Continue reading
Looks a bit like noughts and crosses.