If you have been following Inklingo on Facebook, you have seen some of my fussy cut LeMoyne Stars. They are not “Stack n Whack™” but they give a wonderful kaleidoscope effect.
These are 9 inch blocks. Today there is a new LeMoyne Star 9 inch shape collection!
Quilters started to ask for the 9 inch size when I introduced Inklingo Castle Wall.
In January, I shared a few Castle Wall settings with alternating LeMoyne Stars and we fell in love with the possibilities!
It is ready now!
As usual, there is a very low intro price for the first week only. $25 is great value, but $20 is even better.
How can you resist?
These shapes are the perfect size for 9 inch blocks!
These three shapes are not used for LeMoyne Stars, but I added them because they combine well with the other shapes to make many more block variations.
At the request of a long-time Inklingo quilter, I have included one layout for the half diamond as an extra-special bonus.
EVEN MORE GOOD NEWS!
If you already have LeMoyne Star 6 inch, you can log into your account on inklingo.com and download a new, expanded version! Free!
The LeMoyne Star 6 inch shape collection was first published in February 2009—more than 5 years ago!
While I was working on the 9 inch shape collection, I decided to update it and add the half diamond there too.
Just a little extra something for you. Enjoy!
If you have followed Inklingo on Facebook, you’ve already seen some photos of our new LeMoyne Star blocks, but there is more to come on the blog too.
This Inklingo “quilting meme” has been shared “shared” 490+ times. Facebook tells me it has been viewed more than 27,000 times since I posted it on Saturday—and that number is still growing!
Thank you! I resisted for a long time, but it turns out that Facebook is a good way to let quilters know about Inklingo.
It just so happens that this meme with a sewing machine is perfect for LeMoyne Star 9 inch because I pieced all of mine by machine.
I will share a one-page guide on the blog soon to show a new method for sewing LeMoyne Stars by machine.
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I posted this quilting meme on the Inklingo Facebook page yesterday and I have many more “memes” to share. I hope you will join the fun and share on your FB page too.
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There is so much to say about this new shape collection, we will be writing about it for weeks!
- Tips for using Inklingo, including the combo layouts
- How to sew insets by machine—a new method!
- Fussy Cutting with Inklingo
- Setting ideas with other sizes and other blocks
- Block variations, especially with the bonus shapes
- “And more!”
In the meantime, enjoy the new LeMoyne Star 9 inch shape collection!
Thank you for visiting here and on Facebook.
Linda & Monkey
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