Monday, March 17, 2008

Free "St. Patrick's Day" Quilt Blocks or Quilt Patterns


Free "Irish" quilt block patterns to download and print:
Broken Irish Chain a 10" pieced quilt block pattern from Quilter's Cache.
Celtic Sunrise - a 12" paper pieced quilt block pattern from Quilter's Cache
Double Irish Chain - a 12" pieced quilt block pattern from SewQuilty.
Four Leaf Clover - 10" applique quilt block pattern from CompuQuilt.
Irish Chain - an 18" pieced quilt block pattern from Quilter's Cache.
Irish Chain - from Sharon Hutlgren of EZ Quilt
Irish Eyes - a 12" pieced quilt block pattern from AZPatch.
Irish Shamrock - a 12" applique quilt block pattern from Quilting With A Passion
Irish Grandma Sue Boy Block from Quiltmaker.com
Latticed Irish Chain Block a 28" block from Quilter's Cache
Shamrock - a 3" paper pieced quilt block pattern from Quiltmaker Magazine.
Triple Irish Chain - a 22" pieced quilt block pattern from McCall's Quilting.
Yellow Clover a block design first published by Nancy Cabot for the Chicago Tribune. According to Barbara Brackman's Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns, Yellow Clover is one of hundreds of Cabot patterns sold by mail order during the 1930s.

Free "Irish" quilt patterns to download and print:
Irish Chain Quilt - a 54" x 66" pieced quilt pattern from EZQuilting
Scrappy Irish Chain Quilt - a 68-3/4" x 84-1/2" pieced quilt pattern from McCall's Quilting.
Single Irish Chain Quilt for Baby - alternates a 4 1/2" fussy cut w. Irish Chain from About.com
St. Patrick's Day Quilt
Mystery Quilt 7 - a quilted 24" x 24"wall hanging from the Quilting Passion website.
Trip To Ireland Quilt - a pieced quilt pattern from Simply Quilts.

shown:
Kermit on a String Quilt done in St. Patrick's fabrics

3 comments:

  1. What a lovely way to say Happy St. Paddy's Day to your fellow quilters! Thanks!

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  2. Wow what a list, I will definately check out these sites. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Anonymous4:30 PM

    Thank you for the St. Patty's projects. I have 3 that I will do this week around work.

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