Tulip Chain Quilt is a Super Quick Project

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Simply Add More Blocks for an Easy Bed Sized Quilt!

This variation of the “Single Irish Chain” quilt is super easy to make and has so many possibilities. It would be a darling baby quilt when made up in colors the new parents will love.

It would also look great draped over a table or hung on a wall. Or, add more blocks and use it for a throw or on your bed.

Tulip Chain Quilt

There aren’t a lot of pieces to cut so this quilt goes together quickly. Simple straight line machine quilting will be a nice finish. Or, show off your free motion quilting skills in the background areas.

The quilt, by Sharon of Daisy Cottage Quilting for Penny Rose Fabrics, sews up into a 40″ x 40″ quilt. The pattern is from Riley Blake Designs.

Click here for the free “Tulip Chain” quilt PDF tutorial.


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