Irish Quilting Projects

Irish Love Birds

sherry nugent - Thursday, April 05, 2012

This quilt was designed for newlyweds who live in New Zealand. 

A traditional double Irish chain is paired with everyone's favourite shamrocks, among other Irish symbols.\

Simple piecing combined with applique done on a large scale makes this a large king-size quilt desirable for any new home. 

Scallop borders give the quilt an elegant finish.

Designed by Sherry Nugent.

Quilt Size: 95" x 111 1/2"  (241cm x 283cm)

Find the full pattern in Issue 16.

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