Feathered Star on QuiltingHub

Inklingo Fussy Cut Feathered Star

There is a new article on QuiltingHub today for Feathered Star!

 

Feathered Star with Inklingo

Feathered Star is just one of many designs requested by Inklingo quilters.

They recognize that printing the cutting lines, stitching lines, matching marks, and crosshairs on the fabric is the simplest and best way to make any design, no matter how complicated it might be with traditional methods.

 

Inklingo Feathered Star pressing guide

Your precise feathers will look their best when you use Inklingo’s four unique pressing guides too.

 

Inklingo Fussy Cut Feathered Star

If Lucy Boston had made a Feathered Star, I’m sure there would be fussy cutting!

There are  TWO methods of fussy cutting with Inklingo, described in another article on QuiltingHub.

Thanks to Inklingo, the preparation and sewing are simpler and faster, so you can afford to spend a little extra time fussy cutting some of the shapes in your Feathered Stars too!

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Inklingo Star in center of Feathered Star

One of several innovations with Inklingo Feathered Star is that you can use standard-size blocks in the center to create your own unique Feathered Star variations!

This example uses Inklingo Star 9 inch in a 30 inch Feathered Star, but you can use any 4.5, 6 or 9 inch blocks for small, medium and large Feathered Star blocks!

You can even use the shapes in the FREE Diamond Triangle Square shape collection for the center of a 15 inch Feathered Star block!

Intrigued? There’s more!

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Now, please fly over to see the new article on QuiltingHub, sign into your free QuiltingHub account, and rate it!

Thank you for visiting both sites!

Linda & Monkey

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