Peggy's Quilt #34 - Georgene Triple Irish Chain
This is my 34th quilt . This one counts as a quilt pattern on my bucket list. I've wanted to do a Triple Irish Chain quilt since I started quilting in 2014. This particular TIC pattern is "Georgene" by Edyta Sitar in 'Patches of Scraps', a book I borrowed from the library. The prints are a variety of Cotton Lawn fabrics and the background fabric is Cotton Couture. It was a challenge making 3" square 9-patches using 1.5" squares of cotton lawn fabric. I started cutting and piecing in June 2019, and finished the binding in December 2019. It's 83.5" square, with a premium white muslin backside, and a cotton/poly batt. Lyn Durbin at Camlyn Quilting in Smokey Point, Washington, did the free-motion meander long-arm quilting. I also made 2 pillowcases using a premium muslin for the bodies and scraps for the cuffs. It was gifted to my son and DIL in California for Christmas 2019. The 2 grandkids each have 4 quilts from me, so it was their parents' turn. I do love quilting though, so they will no doubt get at least one more big one from me. Posted by Peggy at Bothtwins on August 14, 2020.