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Tag Archives: Triple 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
Single, Double and Triple Irish Chain blocks combined … works for me.
I love it!
What you can do when making a Triple Irish Chain but make far too many of the alternate block.
I was late sharing Irish Log Cabin designs for St PAtrick’s day, so why not share Irish related designs for the next week to make up for lost time? This series uses traditional blocks, Burgoyne Surrounded and Single, Double and … Continue reading
One of the great things about blogging on WordPress is that you can schedule ahead. One of the worst things about that is that I miss significant dates, because they are a week or more away from the time I … Continue reading
Burgoyne Surrounded blocks surrounding one Triple Irish chain, but in turn surrounded by more Triple irish Chain blocks. I still like the way these blocks work together.
With the plan to go through every series project file on the computer and share one or more designs from each one on four days of the week, and showing off designs using Log Cabin blocks in the middle of … Continue reading