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Tag Archives: Tangled Irish Chain
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.
I managed to work out what I was thinking when I added applique blocks to the Tangled Irish Chain Blues project file … after my third coffee of the day! I browsed through all the designs and found one with … Continue reading
Make a collection of assorted Irish Chain blocks and see what happens.
Can you pick the three Irish Chain blocks, plus two of the filler blocks in this design? Very masculine in these colours, and probably not too feminine for most guys in prettier colours …. providing they are not over the … Continue reading
Take some Single Irish Chain blocks, fiddle with the colours a bit, throw in some Triple Irish Chain blocks and a dozen plain squares and this is what you get. With care you could do it with scraps, but it … Continue reading
A very simple combination of double and single Irish Chain blocks with some very interesting shading created with a few fabric changes. This design would also be simple to piece, providing your seam allowances are spot on, because there are … Continue reading