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Kaleidoscope Texas Star Fish Quilt Top

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Sandra is making this fabulous¬†kaleidoscope Texas Star Fish quilt using the Inklingo .50″/1.00″ Star Point collection, the¬†Inklingo 1″ 60-degree hexagon collection, the Inklingo .50″ 60-degree hexagon collection, the Inklingo 2″ 60-degree diamond collection and diamonds and triangles from the Inklingo 1″ 60-degree diamond collection.

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A few of the stars made with the .50″ 60-degree hexagons and the star points.

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And the back of one, on which you can see the stitching lines and how flat it presses.

Sandra writes:

“Texas Star Fish started out with a colourful fish fabric that has a 12″ repeat.

Using the Inklingo .05″/1″ Star Point collection, I printed out 6 carefully placed sheets. This gave me enough for 35 stars. I will use 32 of them. The extras can be turned into a nice mug rug some day.

To surround the stars plus make this into a rectangular top, I discovered I needed and so printed 68 of the 1″ 60-degree hexagons in a light cream colour. For the star centres, I printed 32 .50″ 60-degree hexagons.

Sixteen 2″ 60-degree diamonds in a light cream and 14 2″ 60-degree diamonds in a darker cream were pieced with 15 half 2″ 60-degree diamonds in light cream to make a linear top and bottom.

To the line the right and left sides, I used a combination of 1″ 60-degree diamonds and 1″ triangles (both in the 1″ 60-degree diamond collection) and half 1″ 60-degree hexagons.

My build-up for the right and left sides required 18 half 1″ 60-degree hexagons in cream, 6 1″ 60-degree diamonds in the fish fabric and 22 1″ triangles¬†in a dark beige.”

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This picture gives us a great look at how Sandra has used all those shapes to turn this into a fabulous small quilt top.

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The wonderfully colourful and fun fabric that became the kaleidoscope star points.

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Star Table Runner

Cathie D. made this pretty star table runner using the 1″ 60-degree diamond Inklingo collection.

She writes:

“This is a little table runner made using Inklingo. It was a travelling project. I really loved how easy it was to piece the diamond stars and how precise it made my work. It was pieced by hand but, as I am not a hand quilter, I did some simple machine quilting. I was inspired by a table runner pattern that was in an old issue of American Patchwork and Quilting. I used a charm pack and a pretty tone on tone background from my stash.

I would highly recommend Inklingo to anyone who loves precision but struggles.”


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Tumbling Blocks Mug Rug

Cathi made this Tumbling Blocks mug rug using the 1″ 60-degree diamond collection and half hexagons from the 1″ 60-degree hexagon collection.

I had loads of diamonds from various swaps on the Inklingo list and, as I have always been intrigued by the Tumbling Blocks design, decided to make a mug rug. I wanted the light diamonds to be the same, so I printed some white diamonds to use and then just paired up the mediums and darks. Hand pieced and machine quilted.