4 February 2014

Scrappy Irish Chain

My scrappy Irish chain quilt has taken a bit of a back seat for the last couple of weeks, when I first started on it I didn't stop! Every chance I could escape up to the sewing room I was working on it. I love it when projects get you like that. It's been on the back-burner as I've been sewing up a storm of mini quilts recently, (more on that in another post / and follow me on Instagram @messyjesse1 to keep up to date!). I did a bit of a sewing room deep clean as well; culled lots and cut up tons of vintage sheets that I had piling up. So I have a bunch of vintage FQ packs and scrap bags for sale in the shop, which have proven to be very popular already :) 


Now I'm ready to get back to this. Hoping to find some time in the evenings this week, and with the stormy weather we've been having recently it's certainly helping my sewing time! 

32 comments:

  1. Beautiful quilt Jesse, I love the pink x

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  2. Oh, it's so beautiful!!! We just watched Groundhog Day this Sunday (since it was Groundhog Day, hehe ...) and there's a similar quilt on Bill Murray's bed in the movie! :-) I thought all the time that it would be so great to make one like that from scraps! ;-)

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  3. Very nice. I've loved the Irish chain pattern for many years.

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  4. Love the design, always wanted to make one! The colors are gorgeous and just right, I am inspired to start a spring project now!

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  5. Eeek, love it with the pink! So cute! You make nonstop pretty things!

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  6. An Irish chain is on my 'to do' list. Yours is lovely

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  7. I have just started my first quilt but I am not expecting a stunner, just lots of learning along the way. Jo x

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  8. Adorable. I like the pops of red among all the pink. Very pretty

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  9. Oh I love this quilt top so much! So lovely like everything else you make!

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  10. This is absolutely gorgeous! You have such a great eye for color and pattern.

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  11. Such a gorgeous quilt - I love how fresh it is with the white space/pink borders, really helps the other fabrics to sing!

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  12. Very pretty quilt Jesse! I love the oops of navy in the scraps. I envy your stormy, good quilting weather (sort of. The destruction is no good). Australia has been too hot to bunker down and sew.

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