Inklingo Projects

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Sunflower Quilt

Kathy in Nashville made this spectacular sunflower quilt using the Inklingo 6″ Sunflower collection, 12″ Sunflower collection, the 6″ LeMoyne Star collection and shapes from the Inklingo CD #1, CD #2 and CD #3 collections.

She writes:

“This is my sunflower quilt. My original design. It is totally hand pieced. I used the 6″ and 12″ Sunflower, the 6″ LeMoyne Star and shapes from the three Inklingo CD collections. I added other patches of ‘odd’ sizes and a little appliqué. It is a big quilt and I don’t have a better place to photograph it. It still needs to be quilted.”

Take a look at the LeMoyne Stars and the effects Kathy got with some fussy cutting. Absolutely stunning!


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Canadian Starburst

Cathi made this red and white quilt using the 20″ Feathered Star and the 6″ Sunflower Inklingo collections.

After seeing so many pictures online of the gorgeous red and white quilts that were on display in New York a few years ago, I was determined to make a red and white quilt. Once the Feathered Star and Sunflower collections were released, I knew exactly what I wanted to make. Hand pieced and yet to be quilted. I named it Canadian Starburst as our Canadian flag is red and white.


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Batik Sunflowers

Cathi is working on a quilt or possibly multiple quilts made with the 6″ Sunflower Inklingo collection.

Each sunflower will use a different batik along with a white on white fabric. There is something immensely satisfying about making these blocks – the perfect stitching lines make them so easy to construct and each one has loads of continuous stitching opportunities and curved piecing.