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Tag Archives: Triple Irish Chain
Triple Irish Chain is not the most interesting block I have ever played with, but sometimes I really like what I find … and the one above is one of them. Lots of chain, but room for quilting to shine. … Continue reading
I have a lot of fun mixing unrelated blocks to see what happens. I usually get carried away by the blocks and just go with whatever fabrics I find first, and promise myself that I will play with colour another … Continue reading
Love it … love green, love quilting, love designs which are not your average design. Ditto the above!!
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!
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
Single, Double and Triple Irish Chain blocks all mixed up … and I like the results. Still liking it. Still liking it even though there are no Double Irish Chain blocks in the last design.
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!
Interesting, but cold do with a colour wash!