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Thread: Triple Irish Chain

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    Love the triple irish chain

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    Nice job. Ive wanted to try the irish chain. Yours turned out great.

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    Both are wonderful. i love how bright and cheerful the yellow brick road is

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    Both are beautiful, but I just love the triple irish chain.

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    I just love the triple irish chain, I really do.

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    Love them...esp the Triple Irish Chain!! Are all the batiks from one multi-colored batik or several??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDMPanther
    Love them...esp the Triple Irish Chain!! Are all the batiks from one multi-colored batik or several??
    They are from one multi-colored fabric.

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    WOW! They are beautiful!
    Nice job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd
    Are Irish Chains made differently? The pattern I used had all the colors sewn together. It didn't put the white blocks between the colors. Maybe I did it wrong. I have three rows of different colors, blue, yellow and green, Winnie the Pooh fabrics for my grandson, but they are all sewn together.
    No you did not do it wrong. There are lots of Irish Chain Quilt Patterns.There is a wonderful new post here on the board showing pictures of quilts made by members. If you go to the Picture Section, top Post is Gallery of Quilts. In there you will find a section called Irish Chain. It has lots of beautiful quilts.

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    I love your quilts. I have appliqued shamrock blocks in my UFO stash. Would an Irish chain be a good block to put as a second block with it?

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    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Boy you have alot of patience very nice work

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    Trully beautiful.

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    Both are beautiful! I really love the colors in your Irish Chain!

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    Beautiful. Irish chains always show off the quilting. Love them. :-D

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    I definately want to try the triple. It is wonderful and your colors are great!

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    I like how the colors "move" in the Triple Irish Chain. Very nice.

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    Love the triple Irish chain. The other one is cute too. good use of leftovers

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    Both are beautiful, especialy the Irish Chain.

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    both are beautiful!!

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    I just LOVE it when the trendy batiks are used in an old fashioned pattern. Great job!

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    Your Triple Irish Chain is beautiful! I am teaching double irish chain at our local quilt shop and love seeing done with a batik! great job

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    Love you Irish chain.

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    Very pretty - Love the Irish Chain with batiks!

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    Love that Irish Chain!

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