We are having guests for dinner tonight. I should be setting the table or dusting something.
Last night Russ made his famous apple pie while I was cleaning up and dusting off some of my Hunter’s Star Designs.
I should probably have been cleaning up and dusting the dining room, but I am determined to finish the 3 new Inklingo shape collections that were “almost finished” 5 weeks ago, before normal life was interrupted.
Head down, blinkers on. . .
. . . but then he tempts me. Oh, no! I can’t resist watching him with his brand new peeler toy. It worked really well. I foresee more apple pie going directly to my hips.
I did dust off a few Hunter’s Star designs, but our guests tonight are not quilters, so I’ll show them to you.
This design uses 2 sizes.
Hunter’s Star blocks are easy to sew, especially if you chain piece by machine. There are no inset seams. The combo layouts are awesome. The matching marks make it foolproof.
I am including a plain square in each Inklingo shape collection to multiply the design possibilities. This design does have inset seams, but even they are easy with Inklingo.
I’ve done several color combinations with this layout.
The variations are endless.
Can you see why this block is sometimes called Arrowhead?
I have questions!
You may know that I have never announced what I am working on ahead of time. The next few days are very busy, so I don’t know how soon I can finish the shape collections for Hunter’s Star.
- Is it frustrating to see the designs when the shapes are not available?
- Is it nice to see what is coming next, or is it cruel?
- Is a sneak peek good, or would you rather be surprised?
- Were you hoping for something else?
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Linda & Monkey
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