The Case of the Diamond Necklace – Clue # 8

The Case of the Diamond Necklace COTDN mystery quilt

This is it! I hope you like the Case of the Diamond Necklace as much as I do!

The suspense is over. This is the final scene. Of course, just like any good mystery, there is one final plot twist in Clue # 8.

COTDN Clue # 8 (10 pages, PDF to download)

 

Introduction to Inklingo

If you are new to the site, please watch the video on the Welcome to Inklingo page on the website. It will help you get started printing on fabric.

 

Print diamonds on fabric

I hope you have been telling your friends about how you print on fabric for the COTDN mystery quilt. It is for beginners AND for experienced Inklingo quilters.

 

The Case of the Diamond Necklace Mystery Quilt COTDN

ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED?

Detectives should subscribe to the blog and follow the Inklingo Facebook page. Beautiful photos and videos were posted again this week.

We have covered some dazzling info in the mystery clues! You should have become more familiar with the resources on the website and the two methods of fussy cutting that we use with Inklingo.

You should be confident that you can sew ANY pieced hexagon with a running stitch, no matter what the shapes and no matter whether the shapes are available from Inklingo.

By the way, the clues for the Case of the Secret Garden (COTSG) and the Case of the Stranger in Margaritaville (COTSIM) are still on the blog, and they are great for beginners too.

 

The Case of the Diamond Necklace Mystery Quilt

I can hardly wait to see and share your mystery quilts too! Thank you for being part of the adventure.

Linda & Monkey

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New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Main Beginner’s Page  There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

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Portable Hexagons – Part 3

Portable Sewing Kit

Everyone loves the idea of a portable project but the amount of prep can be intimidating.

There are at least 3 methods of preparing shapes for hand piecing.

A CHOICE OF 3 METHODS

  • All three methods of preparation work for traditional fussy cutting.
  • All three methods work for scrap quilts.
  • All three methods allow you to do some of the prep on the go.
  • The first two options allow you to combine hand and machine piecing in a “hybrid”, so you can have the best of both worlds. (Portable Pink Pieced Hexagons – Part 2)

We can always be ready to sew on the go! We love portable!

 

Print hexagons on fabric with your Inkjet

METHOD 1 – FASTEST and MOST ACCURATE

  1. Print the shapes on fabric with Inklingo (above).
  2. Rotary cut several layers at a time or cut with scissors.

Ready to sew!

If you run out of time, you can finish cutting the shapes apart with scissors on the go because the cutting lines are printed on the fabric.

Sew along the stitching lines with a running stitch.

Printing on fabric, best tips is one of the Top Ten Tutes (tab above).

Main Beginner’s Page (free shapes)

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Use freezer paper templates

METHOD 2 

  1. Prepare freezer paper templates (print or trace).
  2. Iron the templates to strips of fabric and rotary cut, adding seam allowances on all sides (above).
  3. Draw the stitching lines manually using a mechanical pencil to create crosshairs at the seam endings.

Ready to sew!

If you run out of time, you can finish drawing the stitching lines on the go.

Sew along the pencil lines with a running stitch.

This is the method taught in my Quilted Diamonds books and on the QD2 DVD. (Available again!)

This method is slower than printing the shapes on fabric but drawing the lines is still faster than basting to templates (and removing templates later).

See the many advantages of freezer paper over any other type of template material in this article on QuiltingHub.

BONUS TIP
Fabric pieces prepared with freezer paper templates can be used with fabric pieces printed with Inklingo. This is ideal in situations when you cannot print on fabric for some reason or because a shape is not available from Inklingo (yet).
Index of Shapes

 

Baste fabric to templates with glue or thread

METHOD 3 

  1. Use an acrylic template (seam allowances included) and rotary cut the fabric, several layers at a time.
  2. Baste onto templates (homemade or purchased) using thread or glue (above).

This is the most time-consuming method of prep because you are “sewing” each shape twice but if you run out of time, you can finish basting on the go.

When all of the shapes are basted, sew with a whip-stitch and remove the templates when all sides of a shape are joined.

 

8 Good Ways to Use Inklingo for EPP

8 GOOD WAYS TO USE INKLINGO FOR EPP

I do not recommend traditional English Paper Piecing for any design, but there are at least 8 Good Ways to Use Inklingo for EPP, if that is the method you prefer.

That means Inklingo is for everyone—whether you print on fabric or not! That includes:

  • quilters who prefer whip-stitching over templates (EPP)
  • quilters who prefer a running stitch
  • quilters who use scraps
  • quilters who fussy cut
  • quilters who want to print templates
  • quilters who want to combine hand and machine piecing

Isn’t it nice that we have choices? It is up to each of us to be familiar with the options and make the best decision for ourselves.

 

Maggie Smith sewing Patchwork of the Crosses

PATCHWORK OF THE CROSSES (POTC)

There was only one option in the 1950s and 1960s.

Lucy Boston did not have the advantages of freezer paper, acrylic templates, a rotary cutter, Inklingo, central heating, or microwave popcorn and she had to make do with a very limited selection of cotton fabric in post-war England.

She created 20 amazing quilts but it makes me sad to think that there could have been many more if she had had our advantages. Imagine what this artist could have accomplished with the tools and fabric we have today!

 

Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses (POTC)

POTC IS NOT JUST FOR QUILTERS WHO ENJOY EPP

Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses is not a book about English Paper Piecing.

It is about an incredible artist whose creativity flourished despite significant disadvantages.

The popularity of POTC is that it includes everyone!

When you take a hand piecing class, it is okay to ask the teacher if she is familiar with all of the options and to ask why she chose the method(s) she is teaching.

 

Portable Patchwork of the Crosses

LOVING WHAT WE DO

No matter which method you prefer, it is good to remember that quilters who piece by hand have more in common than they have differences.

Hand piecers are a tiny corner in the quilting universe but they love what they do just as much as machine piecers, appliquéers, and long-arm machine quilters love what they do.

 

No Waste Fussy Cutting with Inklingo

By the way, some quilters think you cannot fussy cut with Inklingo but there are two methods!

  1. Print shapes without seam allowances on freezer paper for traditional “Swiss cheese” fussy cutting.
  2. Print shapes with seam allowances on identical sheets of fabric for “No Waste Fussy Cutting” (example above). It is similar to Stack n Whack™—but without the stacking.

TWO methods of fussy cutting

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Patchwork of the Crosses by Fern in Singapore

If you missed seeing Fern’s POTC in Houston or Tokyo, you can see it on the Main Lucy Boston Page.

 

Print shapes on fabric with Inklingo

I’m going to print three or four more sheets of fabric for a few more of the 300 Pieced Hexagons and load up my kit again.

Don’t you love sewing on the go!

FACEBOOK VS THE BLOG—ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED? 

I post a photo or two almost every day on Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/inklingo

Please have a look at the photos I have posted in the past week but the best way to stay up to date is to subscribe to the blog (top of right sidebar).

I hope you will feel inspired to choose 4 Pieced Hexagons from 300 Pieced Hexagons and prepare a Cheat Sheet (Part 1) and load up a portable kit because there is more to come . . .

Linda & Monkey

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New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Main Beginner’s Page There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

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Portable Pink Pieced Hexagons – Part 2

Pieced Hexagon Quilt Block

I’m trying to get my sewing kit loaded up with Pieced Hexagons, so I have a portable project during the holidays.

 

Inklingo shapes printed on fabric

I keep printing shapes but they are so perfect I cannot resist sewing them.

I keep emptying my kit!

TIPS FOR PORTABILITY, PRECISION & SPEED

My tips today will help you get portability, precision, AND speed by combining hand and machine piecing—for the best of both worlds.

 

Print on fabric with Inklingo

 1. Print the shapes and sew!

Pieced Hexagons go together more precisely and more quickly when you skip the templates and the glue and the basting and the whip-stitching.

 

Pieced-Hex-continuous-stitching

2. Plan your route for “continuous stitching.” 

This is a concept I demonstrate in detail on the Quilted Diamonds 2 DVD and in both Quilted Diamonds books.

At the end of every seam, before I cut the thread, I look to see if I can continue with the next seam just by turning a corner.

Continuous stitching makes hand piecing faster and even more relaxing.

 

Plan your route for continuous stitching.

3. Chain piece some seams by machine for a hybrid!

When I looked at this Pieced Hexagon design to plan my route, I realized there are a lot Dead Ends which limit the opportunities for continuous stitching.

 

Chain piece by machine, edge to edge.

However, I could chain piece edge to edge by machine to get a fast start and then sew the rest by hand!

 

Chain piece by machine for a fast start.

When we combine hand and machine piecing it is called a hybrid and it works beautifully.

 

Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses by machine

Hybrid piecing is suitable for Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses (POTC) and many other designs too. There are detailed illustrations in the POTC book.

VIDEO

In this Pieced Hexagon, I was able to chain piece several shapes edge to edge. However, when you sew by machine it is sometimes necessary to sew crosshair to crosshair instead of edge to edge. Even that is easier when you have the shapes printed with Inklingo, as shown in one of the videos on the Main Hexagon Page on the website.

 

Chain piece by machine

Love the lines! Quilt more!

 

Chain piecing by machine

Sew some seams by machine . . .

 

Hand piece with a running stitch

. . . and sew some seams by hand.

 

Chain pieced shapes for your portable kit!

Surprise!

You can add chain pieced shapes to your portable kit, thanks to Inklingo!

Yes, we have the best of both worlds!

FACEBOOK VS THE BLOG—ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED? 

I post a photo or two almost every day on Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/inklingo

I hope you will have a look at the photos I have posted in the past few days but the best way to stay up to date is to subscribe to the blog (top of right sidebar).

 

Inklingo Hybrid Piecing

If you have been following Inklingo on Facebook, you have already seen some of my Pink Pieced Hexies but I will share more here too.

If you are on Facebook, please “like” and “comment” and “share” my photos. It makes it more fun for everyone and it makes it more likely that FB will show you more of my images.

 

Inklingo Pieced Hexagon - Detail

Before I go, I have to show you a close-up of the center of this hexagon.

Sewing with a running stitch with shapes printed with Inklingo makes this kind of precision possible.

I hope you will feel inspired to choose 4 Pieced Hexagons from 300 Pieced Hexagons and prepare a Cheat Sheet (Part 1) before I post Part 3.

Thank you for visiting!

Linda & Monkey

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Portable Pink Pieced Hexagons – Part 1

Looking for a portable project for the holidays?

Pieced Hexagons are my choice!

Pieced Hexagons from Diamonds

VIDEO

I re-watched the video . . .

 

4 of 300 Pieced Hexagons

. . . and chose 4 of the Pieced Hexagons.

I counted the shapes . . .

 

Pink Pieced Hexagons - Cheat Sheet

. . . and prepared a Cheat Sheet using the new 1.75 inch 60° Diamond shape collection.

Download PDF example.

I am keeping it simple with fat quarters of 3 fabrics but you can go scrappy, if you prefer.

TIP  When I cut each size of freezer paper (FP), I highlighted it in pink, so I could keep track of what I had prepared.

 

Pieced Hexagons!

I’ve been in love with Pieced Hexagons for a long time! It is a fascination that never fades.

I introduced Inklingo diamonds for pieced hexagons in 2006 and many hexie designs were featured in Inklingo Shape Collection # 3 (2007, sold out).

All of the sizes are listed on the Main Diamond Page on the website.

 

Diamond Template

I’m only using these 4 shapes, so you can follow along with larger or smaller diamonds. Use a size you have already or try something new.

You can choose different Pieced Hexagon designs and still follow along using the tips and techniques I share here.

 

Diamond templates

If you haven’t printed on fabric for a while, please review the short lessons under the Top Ten Tutes tab (above).

 

Sew Pieced Hexagons by machine

CHOICE OF METHODS

At this time of year, I’m looking for a new portable project, but you can sew these designs by machine too.

Sometimes I like to get a fast start by chain piecing some of the shapes by machine (above)  and then finishing the rest by hand. It gives me the best of both worlds.

You can see how we sew these shapes with a running stitch in the videos on the Main Hexagon Page.

A running stitch is the easiest, most precise, most portable method but if you prefer English Paper Piecing (EPP), there are 8 Good Ways to Use Inklingo for that too.

Some of the tips will also apply if you are hand piecing any other design, like Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses (POTC) or any of the designs in Willyne Hammerstein’s Millefiori Quilts, so if you would like to follow along, please be sure to subscribe to the blog (top of right side-bar).

Love the lines! Quilt more!

 

Inklingo Pieced Hexagons from diamonds

FACEBOOK VS THE BLOG—ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED? 

I post a photo or two like this almost every day on Facebook.

You do NOT have to have a Facebook account to see what I post there if you go directly to
https://www.facebook.com/inklingo

I hope you will have a look at the photos I have posted in the past few days.

However, Facebook only shows my photos to about 20% of the quilters who have “liked” the Inklingo Facebook Page, so the best way to stay up to date is to subscribe to the blog (top of right sidebar).

If you are on Facebook, please “like” and “comment” and “share” my photos. It makes it more fun for everyone and it makes it more likely that FB will show you more of my images.

 

Organizing to Print on fabric

I’ll share some tips for staying organized at the ironing board next time. Keeping it simple!

INTRO SALE PRICE

The new 60º Diamond 1.75 inch shape collection is only $20 until midnight on Thanksgiving Day (November 26).

If you have been following Inklingo on Facebook, you have already seen some of my Pink Pieced Hexies but I will share more here too.

I hope you will feel inspired to choose 4 Pieced Hexagons and prepare a Cheat Sheet before I post Part 2.

Thank you for visiting!

Linda & Monkey

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New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Quick Start (Always FREE.) There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

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300 Pieced Hexagons – ANOTHER New Size

Inklingo Pieced Hexagons

We love Pieced Hexagons and there’s a new size today!

Some quilters requested 1¾ inch diamonds and it sounded like a good idea to me too.

1¾ inch = 1.75 inch

All of the Pieced Hexagons I am showing today can be made with the new 60º Diamonds 1.75 inch.

The Pieced Hexagons are 3.5 inch (2 x 1.75 inch) on each side, and 7 inches across the middle from point to point.

 

Pieced Hexagons from Diamonds

VIDEO

You can make dozens of designs with the shapes in only one Inklingo 60º Diamond “shape collection” and there is a choice of several sizes.

The choices are summarized in 300 Pieced Hexagons under the Shop & Freebies tab on the website. (You are on the blog now.)

 

Pieced Hexagons

NEW TODAY!

How do you know what sizes are available?

All of the 60° shapes are listed in several places on the website, especially under the Shop & Freebies tab:

Everything is cross-referenced.

 

Diamond templates on fabric

Love the lines! Quilt more!

No basting, no measuring. Just print, cut and sew.

 

Pieced Hexagons

60º shapes fit together in a perfect puzzle.

 

60° Diamond 1.75 inch

Diamonds, equilateral triangles, half diamonds (triangles) and half triangles all fit together.

 

Triangle templates

Inklingo Diamond and Hexagon shape collections include the partial shapes too, like this “half diamond” (triangle) so they are even more versatile!

 

Pieced Hexagons

Print a variety of shapes on scraps to mix and match.

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Print on fabric with Inklingo

2 x 0.875 inch = 1.75 inch 

60º Diamonds 0.875 inch are available too, and they are exactly half the size of these, so the two sizes work perfectly together.

A CHOICE OF METHODS

You can see how we sew these shapes with a running stitch in the videos on the Main Hexagon Page.

A running stitch is the easiest, most precise, most portable method but if you prefer English Paper Piecing (EPP), there are 8 Good Ways to Use Inklingo for that too.

 

Pieced Hexagons

IDENTICAL?

If you look carefully at these 4 red Pieced Hexagons (above), you will see that they are all identical—only the color placement is different! It is no exaggeration to say the design possibilities are endless!

300 Pieced Hexagons includes 336 designs and we could have added more.

 

Japanese Anemones

FACEBOOK VS THE BLOG—ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED? 

I post a photo or two almost every day on Facebook, including flowers blooming in Ontario in mid-November!

You do NOT have to have a Facebook account to see what I post there if you go directly to
https://www.facebook.com/inklingo

However, Facebook only shows my photos to about 20% of the quilters who have “liked” the Inklingo Facebook Page, so the best way to stay up to date is to subscribe to the blog (top of right sidebar).

If you are on Facebook, please “like” and “comment” and “share” my photos. It makes it more fun for everyone.

 

Pieced Hexagons

You might also be interested in:

And in these earlier articles on the blog:

 

Pieced Hexagons

INTRO SALE PRICE

The new 60º Diamond 1.75 inch shape collection is at a low intro price for a limited time only.

$25 is a great value but $20 is amazing!

Pieced Hexagons are endlessly fascinating!

Linda & Monkey

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New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Quick Start (Always FREE.) There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

$10 Coupon! 9 Year Anniversary Special on the handbook

Inklingo for Beginners

25 Signs YOU are an Inklingo Quilter

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Willyne Hammerstein’s Valse Brillante – Fussy Cut!

Yesterday I posted a few fussy cut Valse Brillante blocks on the Inklingo Facebook page and I mentioned that I use Inklingo to print a page of shapes on paper to make a window template, so I can preview fabric when I go shopping.

 

Inklingo Window Template

The window shows me whether the scale of the fabric is suitable for the Valse Brillante shapes.

THE KEY TO FUSSY CUTTING:
CHOOSING THE RIGHT FABRIC!

 

Timeless Treasures Orchid Orchid by Chong-a Hwang

I made a DIGITAL window template to play in Photoshop with this gorgeous floral fabric, which was designed by Chong-a Hwang for Timeless Treasures.

 

Willyne Hammerstein's Valse Brillante

With fussy cutting.

 

Willyne Hammerstein's Valse Brillante
Oh, my.

 

Willyne Hammerstein's Valse Brillante
This is addictive.

 

Willyne Hammerstein's Valse Brillante

I think I have to look for the perfect fabric for the small hexagon now too.

You should be able to get Orchids Orchids on Cream at a local quilt shop. (Timeless Treasures Shop Locator) It is also available on fabric.com.

(No affiliation. I just think it is gorgeous and I wanted to show you how I use window templates—with a fabric that is actually available, unlike all the oldies in my stash that I have used for fussy cutting articles on the blog before—in the archives.)

I might try these orchids with the black & white fabric with musical notes (waltzing, of course) in my stash. (Valse Brillante.)

THE KEY TO FUSSY CUTTING?
CHOOSING THE RIGHT FABRIC!

The beauty is that once you choose the fabric, there are TWO methods of fussy cutting with Inklingo.

 

Millefiori Quilts by Willyne Hammerstein

By the way, Willyne Hammerstein’s instructions for Valse Brillante in Millefiori Quilts includes great info for choosing the fabrics. She loves to fussy cut, but she took a different approach for Valse Brillante to get lovely shading across the quilt. Fussy cutting is optional!

 

Willyne Hammerstein's Valse Brillante

This example proves that Valse Brillante blocks look fabulous without fussy cutting too. Very pretty, don’t you think?

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Print shapes on fabric with your Inkjet

Printing on fabric with Inklingo makes it possible to sew Valse Brillante by hand with a running stitch, by machine, or with English Paper Piecing (EPP).

 

Willyne Hammerstein's Valse Brillante

FACEBOOK VS THE BLOG—ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED? 

I posted photos of more fussy cut Valse Brillante blocks on Facebook yesterday using a different fabric.

You do NOT have to have a Facebook account to see what I post there if you go directly to https://www.facebook.com/inklingo

However, Facebook only shows my photos to about 20% of the quilters who have “liked” the Inklingo Facebook Page, so the best way to stay up to date is to subscribe to the blog (top of right sidebar).

If you are on Facebook, please post photos of your Inklingo blocks on my page and please “like” and “comment” and “share” my photos. It makes a difference.

 

Quilted Diamonds 2

If you are just learning the pleasures of hand piecing for Valse Brillante, the two-hour QD2 lesson makes it easy. (FAQ about Quilted Diamonds)

There is more about Valse Brillante and you can listen to the musical inspiration.

 

Willyne Hammerstein's Valse Brillante

Help. I can’t stop!

SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY SALE PRICE

Inklingo for Valse Brillante is at a special low introductory price but only for a few more days. $15 is fantastic—if you hurry.

I hope you love Willyne’s fabulous pieced hexagons as much as I do!

Linda & Monkey

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New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Quick Start (Always FREE.) There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

$10 Coupon! 9 Year Anniversary Special on the handbook

Inklingo for Beginners

25 Signs YOU are an Inklingo Quilter

Inklingo on Facebook

Willyne Hammerstein’s Valse Brillante with Inklingo!

Willyne Hammerstein's Valse Brillante

SEW VALSE BRILLANTE WITH INKLINGO!

Quilters are already using Inklingo to sew Willyne’s Passacaglia and Midnight Fireworks (both in Millefiori Quilts (the first book), but they also asked for Valse Brillante—and Quiltmania graciously agreed.

Inklingo for Valse Brillante is in the Shop now!

The instructions for this hexagon design and tips for choosing the perfect fabrics are in Willyne’s brilliant Millefiori Quilts book. Thank goodness Quiltmania reprinted it this year! Every one of the 19 quilts is exquisite.

 

Valse Brillante size

Please see the note about the size of the Valse Brillante shapes on the website.

I made a very small adjustment, so when you piece this hexagon with Inklingo, each side is 3 inches—so you can use the pieced hexagons with other 3 inch hexagons from 300 Pieced Hexagons too!

There are also a few Inklingo lessons which you may find helpful for this charming design:

 

Valse Brillante and Endless Chain

Willyne’s lovely block is similar to Endless Chain (Beyer 401-1) but it has a hexagon in the center—on a tilt!—instead of a circle. (Endless Chain is illustrated in the Inklingo Smart Shopper’s Idea Book on page 49.)

 

Print Valse Brillante

Printing on fabric with Inklingo makes it possible to sew Valse Brillante by hand with a running stitch, by machine, or with English Paper Piecing (EPP).

 

Inklingo Valse Brillante

I chain pieced the spokes by machine and added the small hexagon by hand with lots of “continuous stitching.”

Hexagons with no templates, no basting!

FACEBOOK VS THE BLOG—ARE YOU SUBSCRIBED? 

If you have been following the Inklingo page on Facebook, you had advance notice that Valse Brillante was coming.

I post a photo or two on Facebook almost every day. It is usually about quilting, but sometimes it is something happening at Inklingo Home Office. I love to share photos of your Inklingo blocks too!

You do NOT have to have a Facebook account to see what I post there if you go directly to https://www.facebook.com/inklingo

However, Facebook only shows my photos to about 20% of the quilters who have “liked” the Inklingo Facebook Page, so the best way to stay up to date is to subscribe to the blog (top of right sidebar).

If you are on Facebook, please post photos of your Inklingo blocks on my page and please “like” and “comment” and “share” my photos. It makes a difference.

 

Quilted Diamonds 2

If you are just learning the pleasures of hand piecing for Valse Brillante, the two-hour QD2 lesson makes it easy. (FAQ about Quilted Diamonds)

 

 

By the way, here is Chopin’s Grand Valse Brillante. You can listen to the same waltz Willyne was listening to in her sewing room!

SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY SALE PRICE

Inklingo for Valse Brillante is at a special low introductory price but only for a few days. $20 is great. $15 is fantastic—if you hurry.

I hope you enjoy sewing these fabulous pieced hexagons as much as I do!

Linda & Monkey

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New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Quick Start (Always FREE.) There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

$10 Coupon! 9 Year Anniversary Special on the handbook

Inklingo for Beginners

25 Signs YOU are an Inklingo Quilter

Inklingo on Facebook