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I am a quilter who uses a computer program to design way more quilts than I could ever make in several lifetimes.
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Tag Archives: Irish Chain
Interesting. Not my colours, too much piecing, but I really like it! Like this one more than the first. Still like the middle one best.
Love it …very interesting too. No favourite for me today! Love them both.
I have never seen a lot of Triple Irish Chain quilts, which is understandable, but I have enjoyed playing with the design. The first design includes space for quilting to shine, which I always like, whatever block designs surround that … Continue reading
Basic piecing, interesting design. More interesting than the first. The final design for the day, and my favourite.
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
A Single Irish Chain block is pieced like a Chimneys and Cornerstones, a variation of the Log Cabin block, so it seemed logical to me to colour the Irish Chain blocks like a Cornerstones block … and mix in the … 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!