From Canada to California to Mexico to Australia to France to Denmark and everywhere in between, quilters have been printing and sewing Inklingo shapes and making beautiful blocks.
I have permission to share a few.
“The 2 on the left were from Carrie’s Pieceful Gathering kits. The others I made up out of the fabric scraps I have… some of which didn’t really look like scraps until I fussy cut and put holes all over them!”
Absolutely beautiful work!
I love what Chantal is doing with the Silent Garden design. (Millefiori Quilts 3)
“I cannot resist to send you my first attempt with Inklingo. I have found a rythm….I am in a club and, although my “colleagues” are very traditional, they were all marvelled. I am sure some of them will do an Inklingo project next year. ”
Chantal in France
Amazing creativity. A first attempt. Très beau.
Beverley has finished her POTC quilt top! She wrote:
“I’m so pleased to have found your way of piecing. I have almost finished my first inklingo project, a passacaglia quilt. So much more enjoyable than paper piecing!”
Absolutely beautiful work. I have shared more photos of Beverley’s beautiful quilts too.
Jytte in Denmark has shared dozens of her POTC blocks online, so you can see every detail.
“My fabrics are reproduction fabrics, so they are older looking than the fabrics Lucy used, but they are so beautiful. Hope to finish the quilt some day – I use both machine piecing and hand piecing, just like you have shown in your book. And of course, I use inklingo.”
Jytte has captured the spirit of Lucy Boston with wonderful fabric choices. You are going to want to click on the link to see all of them!
Isn’t this amazing?
Joyce in Ontario has made two quilts so far with Inklingo. She wrote:
“The Storm at Sea was the first. I stumbled upon your site looking for Storm at Sea patterns and bought the 9” shapes. I had also been reading “Color Play 2″ by Joen Wolfrom and tried a colour combination outside my normal comfort zone. I really liked the results so my next two pieced quilts are also using your Inklingo method. I am enjoying the accuracy.”
I will share more photos showing detail of this amazing quilt and her Mariner’s Compass on The Inklingo Facebook Page too. What an inspiration!
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I think Kathy must be planning an on-point star quilt this time. “This collection has so many possibilities..alone and with the other collections.”
SALE EXTENDED ON STARLIT STAR
I have been very busy on a special project, so Monkey is late with his reminder about the sale ending on Starlit Stars.
The special low intro price should end tonight at midnight (March 28) but we have extended it one more day. Starlit Star 12 inch
Then you can print the shapes on fabric and sew! When you do, I hope you will share photos too.
Thank you for visiting today.
Linda & Monkey
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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