Thursday 19 February 2015

Irish Chain Twist QAL

The next part of the QAL is to make the improv blocks. Simple enough right, BUT I had to keep reminding myself not to line my ruler up just go for it. With only a little bit of hand slapping I had all my blocks trimmed to 5 1/2 inches. I love my rotating mat sure made things a lot easier. 

The blocks go together quickly. With trimming time included it only took 2 1/2 hours. Now I'm all caught up and can work on other projects. I am enjoying this QAL the directions are well written.


  1. I can't believe you're already done! I just remembered today was Thursday, so went to look for the instructions. You rock!!

  2. Wow, hat was so fast!! They look awesome :). Great job, and good job embracing the wonky :)

  3. Great job! I am glad you mentioned using the rotating mat!

  4. Hi Cindy! It is really fun to watch everyone's bocks develop! I never imagined there could be a wonky Irish Chain and am looking forward to seeing how the pattern turns out.


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