More Kaleidoscope Stars

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

Remember the 25 Kaleidoscope Stars I printed with the new 60 Diamond 1.25 inch in yesterday’s blog article?

 

Print diamonds on fabric with Inklingo

All I did was print 6 identical sheets of 25 diamonds with 1.25 inch sides.

That is fast and easy. (Top Ten Tutes)

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

I used the No Waste Fussy Cutting method.

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

I rotary cut rows, and then cut the diamonds into sets as described in the video for Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses.

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

Each one only takes 10 minutes to sew from start to finish.

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

Can you believe these all came from one fabric?

Since you asked: The selvage says Belle Fleur Too by Kings Road Fabrics www.kingsroadfabrics.com

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

I will add the others to an album on the Inklingo FaceBook page.

(Monkey and I love it when you like Inklingo on Facebook and on QuiltingHub. Thank you!)

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

This size is fast and easy to sew by hand. It’s like eating peanuts.

There is an article on QuiltingHub showing how to get perfect intersections on every star.

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

INTRO PRICE

If you think you might want to make some of these too, the new diamonds are at a very special intro price—but for a few days only!

 

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

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Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

I can’t help myself. I’m going to have to print 25 more stars today.

See you tomorrow?

Linda & Monkey

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9 thoughts on “More Kaleidoscope Stars”

  1. To Jill, I haven’t had any luck finding that fabric yet, but will let you kno if I do. And to Linda, what beautiful stars!!!! I so want to make some! Have been looking for the printer that you recommended, but Office Depot had none!! Will have to go to amazon to order I guess!!

  2. I just love these fussy cut stars but I was curious if there is a quilt pattern somewhere which has instructions how to sew them into a quilt. Also would love to a picture of these stars in a finished quilt. Please post if you have any. Thanks a bunch.

  3. Oh, my! We are all addicted right along with you, Linda. Kaleidoscope monsters have been created. Searching out fabulous florals and all kinds of different wild prints – in our stashes and at the quilt shops and devouring them all. Too fun!

  4. I’m not surprised you need to print more – how could you possibly resist stitching them? They are each such wonderful little masterpieces!
    I hope you get some stitching time out on the porch this week while the weather is still nice.

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