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Floral Irish Chain


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  • Classic Blocks
  • Precision Piecing

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Pattern Details

Floral Irish Chain looks like a difficult quilt because of all the small pieces, but is actually quite easy to sew using simple and fast strip piecing techniques! This is a quilt that can be easily finished in a day, and makes a wonderful wall hanging using a pretty floral fabric. This quilt is good practice for rotary cutting and strip piecing, and the finished quilt can be quite dramatic and sophisticated. The small size makes it great for a wall hanging, table topper or baby quilt. When choosing fabric, look at the size of your floral. A very small floral won't have the visual interest, but if it is too large the design is lost in the small scale of the quilt. Flowers around 2 - 3 inches look really good in this design! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic rotary cutting skills Basic sewing skills, 1/4 inch seam allowance, binding. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 34 x 34

Recommended with this pattern

  • 3/4 yard floral fabric
  • 1/4 yard accent fabric (dk green on front)
  • 3/8 yard secondary fabric (light green on front)

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I've been making things as long as I can remember, thanks to my Mom who is a great seamstress! From my start in quilting I have loved creating my own original designs, and I am glad for the opportunity to share them here with you! I especially love making patterns that are encouraging for beginner quilters - I try to make sure my directions are clear and well illustrated to take the frustration out of quilting and make it a joyful process. I'm always happy to answer questions and provide help if you have any problems, just let me know. Thanks so much for looking at my patterns!