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There are many reasons to take the road to the Castle Wall.
1. INKLINGO LESSONS ON THE BLOG
There are several articles on the All About Inklingo blog about Castle Wall.
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IMPORTANT If you are new to Inklingo, I recommend starting with the FREE Diamond Triangle Square shape collection.
It includes the first chapter of The Inklingo Handbook. With that and the Top Ten Tutes on the blog, you will be an expert in no time!
2. ALL THE USUAL ADVANTAGES OF INKLINGO
Faster preparation, no measuring, no templates, perfect straight grain, efficient use of fabric, exciting designs.
You can use a rotary cutter to cut several layers at a time (fast) or use scissors (portable). Just cut on the lines.
3. COMBO LAYOUTS
Combo layouts allow you to print all of the shapes for one fabric at once. Inklingo quilters love them!
Monkey insisted on SEVEN combos this time!
4. ENDLESS VARIATION FOR INSPIRATION
Every block includes the same shapes but I think we can surprise you with the variations, even without the bonus shapes!
5. BONUS SHAPES AND APPLIQUÉ DESIGN
This is exciting!
If you haven't tried back-basting appliqué yet, let us introduce you!
6. CHOICE OF SIZES
When I started down this road, I just planned on making 9 inch Castle Wall.
The 3 sizes can be combined to make some fabulous settings. (See what we did with Drunkard's Path and Winding Ways!)
Each shape collection includes a few worksheets to get you started.
8. FUSSY CUTTING
The bonus triangle in Castle Wall 9 inch is perfect for Kaleidoscope effects.
See how Yardage Requirements for No Waste Fussy Cutting on the All About Inklingo blog.
Cathy in TN: These blocks are going together so well and the kaleidescope option for the center octagon keeps them interesting. Just love, love, love the way they are turning out.
Cathy in TN: I am so happy that you included the triangles to make this possible.
Cathy saw the potential in a beautiful Jo Morton border fabric for the center octagon. She hand pieces in the evening when she can relax after work.
Thank you, Cathy, for allowing me to feature your first Castle Wall blocks here. You are an inspiration! This is going to be a fabulous quilt.
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