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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
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
Love how effective just those four tiny appliques are! All the quilting designs use shapes from those little appliques.
Add a few solid squares to some Triple Irish Chain blocks, and the design above is one of many designs that are possible.
Single, Double and Triple Irish Chain blocks combined … works for me.
Love it. In fact I love all of these. Even though I know I mixed up Log Cabin and assorted Irish Chain blocks for this series, I have to look hard to see how … though perhaps that is because the … Continue reading
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
I love it!
Single Irish Chain is simply Nine Patch blocks alternated with solid squares … but I like rearranging the colours to mix things up a bit, not to mention not alternating the solid squares.