I have enough blue-green bits and pieces; odds and ends to make an Irish Chain quilt. I also had a small shoe box of 2.5 inch black and white half width of fabric strips swapped long ago that I figured it was time to use.
I think I have enough fabric to make it 11 x 13 blocks/66 x 78 inches. I think an Irish Chain quilt is supposed to have an odd number of rows and columns starting and ending with the nine patches.
I think I have all the 6.5 inch squares cut and 41 nine patches made. Maybe by next week I can begin top assembly.
An Irish Chain is what you call a Nine Patch/Snowball quilt when you are too lazy to make Snowballs.
This is a Trash Talking Irish Chain so named because I know someone who thinks Turquoise/Aqua/Teal, etc. is "trashy".
I'm making this so I'll have some blue-green scraps to use in the future for: