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Thread: Saint Patrick's Day Wall Quilt

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    This quilt was from blocks that I and other quilters made as part of a swap. The only directions were 6 inch blocks related to St. Patrick's Day. I finally got my quilt assembled and hung for the upcoming holiday.

    St. Patrick's Day Swap Wall Quilt
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    The top o the mornin to you! Great quilt!

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    Sure and would't any Irishman or woman, or even those who whant to be Irish, love it. Is there a pattern?

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    nice

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    That's cute.

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    What a great quilt!

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    Oh tooooo cute....I love it.

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    Cute quilt!!

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    Adorable! Wish I was in on THAT swap!

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    No, I am afraid I don't know of any pattern. I did the Irish cup of tea with the tea bag string (pp), the pieced shamrock in various greens and the hand appliqued shamrock on the bottom row. I do have the patterns for them. The remaining blocks were either machine or hand appliqued by other swappers. It was a fun swap.

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