Entries to win one of the Inklingo kits are now closed and the winners have been chosen. They are all listed in this post — so just keep scrolling through to see if you won.
If you are a winner, please watch for an e-mail requesting your snail mail address. If you have not left us an e-mail please contact us within 24 hours, either by leaving a comment on this post, or sending an mail to : email@example.com
If we have not heard from you within 24 hours, we will make another drawing for the prize.
The Star Candlemat
Sherri is giving a kit for this lovely candlemat
She has used collection 2 to make it
The finished size of the mat is 12 inches x 12 inches, and Sherri is generously also furnishing the batting and backing.
The winner of this kit is Sue
Mary is giving a kit for this wonderful little quilt of (US) patriotic pinwheels in red, white and blue.
She is using Inklingo Collection 2 for it.
Finished size of the project is 11 * 13″
The winner of this kit is Happy Cottage Quilter
Ami’s Sisters 1
Val is giving two different kits with all you need to make the top for this wonderful little quilt, this entry and the following.
It is made with Collection 1, and even if you didn’t win, you can still get the pattern, just click this link, and you will be taken to where you can find it.
For free 🙂
The winner of this kit is Sharyn
Ami’s Sisters 2
Val is giving two different kits with all you need to make the top for this wonderful little quilt, the previous entry and this one. It is made with shapes found in Collection 1, and even if you don’t win, you can still get the pattern, just click this link, and you will be taken to where you can find it.
For free 🙂
The winner of this kit is Robin C.
The project is approximately 11″x16″ so it is either a miniature quilt or a small table topper. It is a sized down of a full size quilt so I’d say it is a mini!
The winner of this kit is Loralynn
Double Wedding Ring Table Runner
Cathi is offering these blue and white fabrics to make a 3-ring table runner using the Double Wedding Ring collection. The kit will include all the pieces you need to make the runner and the binding. You will supply the backing and batting. The white fabric supplied is a white on white fabric, not a solid white as it appears in the photo.
The winner of this kit is Quilt Hollow
Elly writes :
I made a medallion using Inklingo 2. Finished size 23” square
The shapes used are as follows:
Center : Uses the Half Rectangle Triangle (HRT)
On-point setting triangles and triangles in the first border are the Half Square Triangles (HST)
In the 8 corners of the pieced borders I’ve used the Quarter Square Triangles (QST).
In the Outer border I’ve used HST to make flying geese. (The green in the picture doesn’t have a seam in reality). Inklingo shapes printed onto the lighter of the fabrics (except for center HRT)
The strips between the borders are ‘coping’ strips to get the borders to the sizes needed to add the pieced borders.
The winner of this kit is Elin Synnøve
Butterfly in the Garden
Erin writes :
My giveaway includes the Inklingo printed fabrics and the binding for an 18” x 18” Butterfly in the Garden block.
The finished block can be used as a wall hanging or table topper.
I will include the pattern/complete instructions to make the block and the sewing tips pages from the Drunkard’s Path Collection for sewing the curves by hand and/or machine.
The winner of this kit is Sue Cahill
Saphires in a Field of Gold
And what do you know. Our intrepid leader, Linda Franz, is also donating to this give-away.
Enough printed materials to make the “Saphires in a Field of Gold” project from collection 3 using 0.75″ and 2.25″ diamonds and elongated hexagons.
The winner of this kit is grandmarocton
LeMoyne star variations
Martha is offering enough precut shapes in the shown picture to make one of the blocks on the print-out. There will be enough for at least one 10″ block, that you can decide what to do with.
Place-mat, Pillow, Wall-hanging.
She is using the 6″ LeMoyne star collection for this, and Christmassy fabrics.
The winner of this kit is Jeannette
Miniature Hexagon Bookmark
Melinda is giving a kit for a bookmark with the 0.25 hexagon.
With hexagons this small, it is still a lot of pieces, and the offering includes the half hexagon shape to square up the edges and a ribbon or tassel plus the backing.
The winner of this kit is Sue Huettl.
Hexagon Christmas Tree
Penny is giving all the necessary fabrics to make Cathi’s lovely Christmas-tree wall-hanging.
The pattern uses the 1.25″ hexagon collection.
Penny will include the pattern as well. You will supply backing, batting and binding.
The winner of this kit is Ruth
Hexagon Flower Placemat – 30’s Fabrics
Rae Ann is offering these wonderful 30’s reproductions for you to make a placemat, bordered with hexagon-flowers..
You will supply fabrics for the backing and binding.
The winner of this kit is Martina
Rae Ann is offering hexagons for another placemat, using fabrics from the collection “Nell’s Flower Shop” from Moda.
The winner will get enough printed hexagons to make the border of the placemat, and the centre, s/he will supply backing and binding on her own.
The winner of this kit is Cathie in UT
Circle of Swallows Pillow
Sandy is giving all the necessary material to make the Circle of Swallows Pattern into a pillow top.
The pattern uses the free collection ! so even if you do not win it, you can make your own version of this lovely pattern.
The offering will include fabric for the backing also, but you need to supply the pillow that goes into it.
The winner of this kit is Lilly
Seven Sisters Placemat and Coasters
Simone offers enough printed shapes to make a smallish Seven Sisters placemat and some matching coasters. She is using the 0.5″ diamond collection for a seven sisters placemat and coasters.
The winner of this kit is Karen.
Set of Coasters
Wendy is offering materials to make coasters with the Inklingo 3 collection.
They are made using the 1.5″ hexagons and half house hexagons
There will be enough fabric for 4 coasters, with backing and binding.
The winner of this kit is Jennie
Apple Core Bag
Tilde is giving enough AppleCore shapes to make this little bag, from the same collection (Fig and Plum) as those used in the picture.
The prize includes all necessary Apple Cores shapes, scraps from the same fabric-line to make handles, and enough lining-fabric to make both lining and handles from that, if this is what you prefer. Pattern is included.
You supply batting / interfacing.
WARNING : These shapes were printed for myself, and not for a beginner Inklingoist, so the lines are fairly faint, compared to what I usually do for a someone who has never used Inklingo before. You may want to put on your reading-glasses and turn on some good light.
The project comes with the pattern and enough fabrics to make the top, and binding with the green fabric.
You supply batting and backing.
The winner of this kit is Di
Jillian is giving a kit for this gorgeous wallhanging of her own design.
The project finishes at 16.5 x 18.5″ and uses the 1″ hexagons from collection # 1.
The winner of this kit is Maryam.
Drunkard’s Path/Love Ring
Tilde is also printing Drunkard’s Path shapes in the pink and blue shown in this picture.
You will get enough to make a project 12 x 18″ … but you could go with just some of them, and make the Love Ring pattern shown on the printout next to the fabric.
The winner of this kit is
Hexagon Pinwheel Coasters
Size of hexagon side is 3″ finished.
Size from point to point is 6″
You will supply batting and backing.
The winner of this kit is one of the many “anonymae”, but this one was smart enough to leave her e-mail addy, so she has been contacted directly.
Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaways. Watch for an announcement of more giveaways in the future.