Inklingo Morse Star in Electric Quilt

Looking for inspiration?

These three Inklingo quilters have an abundance and they share it on their blogs!

 

Inklingo Star by Barb in Texas

INKLINGO STAR – FUSSY CUT!

Isn’t this gorgeous?

If you want to see how Barb in Texas fussy cut this Inklingo Star, you are in luck!

There is a wonderful description with illustrations on Barb’s Just Saying’ Sew blog.

Barb is a long-time Inklingoist with a great stash! We think all ya’ll will love her Texan blog!

 

Inklingo Morse Star by Cathi in Toronto

MORSE STAR – FUSSY CUT!

Cathi in Toronto is the creative mind behind QuiltObsession, a wonderful blog where she inspires us with her Inklingo projects and Mr QO’s cat cartoons.

She used the new Inklingo Star shape collection to make the Morse Star variation.

Cathi sewed some seams by hand and some by machine for an Inklingo hybrid. Intriguing, eh? Cathi has tutorials for several other Inklingo designs on her blog too.

 

Inklingo Morse Star

This variation doesn’t involve any fussy cutting, but it shows how stripes can create a secondary design.

We love being able to preview different color combinations before we start printing fabric and Electric Quilt is perfect for that.

 

Free EQ Tutorial by Erin at Crooked Path

MORSE STAR IN ELECTRIC QUILT

This is exciting!

Morse Star looks pretty tricky, doesn’t it? Never fear! YOU can draw it with Electric Quilt because Erin in Nevada shows you how!

Erin started with the free project file for the Inklingo Star shape collection and copied and pasted her way to the Morse Star.

Click, click, click.

Erin makes it look easy and you will feel like a pro when you finish!

You will be able to use the tips in her tutorial for many other designs too.

I learned a lot from Erin’s tutorial. (Thank you, Erin!)  It is very, very cool!

 

Inklingo Star Quilt

What will your star quilt look like?

Please share your EQ project files. Monkey and I would love to feature your designs on the blog too.

 

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The more “likes” and “shares” and comments, the more FB thinks my stuff is worthwhile, and the more quilters will see it. Sharing on FB is a great way to help spread the word about Inklingo. Thank you for doing it!

If you follow Inklingo on Facebook, you will see photos like these before they appear on the blog and you won’t be overwhelmed with TMI about my coffee (decaf sweetened with chocolate milk) or my hair (usually in a pony tail). We promise.

Monkey and I post two or three quilting related photos a day with the occasional peek into life at Inklingo Headquarters.

We try to inspire you and give you a smile on Facebook.

 

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INTRO SALE PRICE

As usual, the new Inklingo Star shape collection is at a special low intro price—but only until Saturday night at midnight.

Monkey says $20 is great value.

If Barb in Texas, Cathi at Quilt Obsession or Erin at Crooked Path inspire you please let us know!

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