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Rose Star

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Jeannette made this gorgeous quilt using the 1″ kite from the Inklingo 12″ Rose Star collection and hexagons from the Inklingo 60-degree 2″ hexagon collection.

She writes:

“This year I decided I had better make some of the quilt tops I have made into quilts. I used the 1″ kite from the 12″ Rose Star collection and 2″ hexagons. I fussy cut the butterflies in the centres. It is hand pieced and machine quilted using a serpentine stitch down the length of the quilt. The quilt measures 53″ x 79″.”

 

 

 

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Celtic Solstice Mystery Quilt

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Deb in Minnesota has already finished her Celtic Solstice quilt! And it’s a beauty. It was made using the Inklingo Celtic Solstice collection.

She writes:

“I used all of the Inklingo collection except for the 4-patches, which I strip cut. Everything went together beautifully and laid really flat. I backed it with fleece and used a 100% cotton batting.”

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A close-up shows just how wonderful Deb’s quilt is!

This was the first year that there was an Inklingo collection released just for and in conjunction with the annual Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt. The tips and clues throughout the mystery on the All About Inklingo blog, particularly the one-page guides, were priceless. And those clues, including the one-page guides, are all available on the Inklingo Clue 6 post.


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Celtic Solstice Quilt

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Susan made this fabulous quilt top using the Inklingo Celtic Solstice collection.

This was the first year that there was an Inklingo collection released just for and in conjunction with the annual Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt. The tips and clues throughout the mystery on the All About Inklingo blog, particularly the one-page guides, were priceless.

Susan writes:

“Here is a picture of my Celtic Solstice quilt top. I made half of the blocks needed for the small quilt and used Inklingo. My top measures 43 x 61. I used purple instead of the blue.”


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Celtic Solstice

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Cathie D. is making the Celtic Solstice mystery quilt using the Inklingo Celtic Solstice collection.

She writes:

“I have really appreciated being able to use Inklingo’s Celtic Solstice collection for the 2013 Bonnie Hunter Celtic Solstice mystery quilt. Using Inklingo allowed me to try out some different methods of construction by machine that I hadn’t done before. I think by far my favourite way to Inklingo this project was the Bird in the Air unit. I loved that using Inklingo eliminated cutting and sewing on fussy little triangles and having lines kept me on track with my seams. I learned to do that scant 1/4 inch seam even better with the line there to use as my guide.

Although I have quite a few blocks to construct, I am well on my way to a beautiful quilt thanks to Bonnie and Linda with assistance from Monkey!”