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A Wedding Quilt

Judy M. made this beautiful wedding quilt using Inklingo Collection 2.

She writes:

“I used Inklingo Collection 2 for my nephew’s wedding quilt. The dark HRT’s were solid dark brown so a bit hard to see the printing on, but once I had them printed and cut out, the quilt went together much easier than expected. I did most of the sewing from the turquoise side. I always add the ‘new’ monogram in a trapunto-ed feathered heart for my wedding quilts. The design is Tennessee Waltz from Judy Martin (which I changed slightly to ‘finish’ around the edges) as the couple lives in Tennessee. When I remembered all the words to the song, I almost didn’t use the design!  LOL”

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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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Dresden Plate, Flying Geese, HST – Oh, My!

Jeannette in Australia made this wonderful quilt using the Dresden Plate Fancy Pieced collection, Collection 2 and HSTs.

She writes:

“I made this quilt for my sister-in-law Barbara after she saw the blocks and said how much she liked them. There are only 9 blocks, but each one is 24″ square.  The centre is the 15″ Farmers Fancy from the Dresden Plate Fancy Pieced Inklingo collection and the Flying Geese are 3″ x 1.5″.  The other blocks were made using 3.25″ HSTs from Collection 2 and squares that I cut myself.  It is hand and machine pieced and machine quilted.”

And here’s a close-up of the beautiful centre Farmers Fancy block.


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Stars on the table


Sue in Western New York state has finished a table-cloth using Inklingo. She writes :

The fabrics were in a package that I purchased at Quilt Market last fall.
The fabric is from Darlene Zimmermans Clothesline Club by Robert Kaufman. The kit is called Blue Ribbon Winner it is 60″ square. I pieced the flying geese with Inklingo collection #2 – making the flying geese come perfect!
The instructions for the flying geese/star points is on page 66 of the Inklingo Handbook.

And a note : Collection # 2 is sold out, but you can make equally precise and easy Flying Geese with the 00B HST collection, which is downloadable and available 🙂


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Wedding Signature Quilt


Pat B from NY also made this wonderful Wedding Sinature quilt.

She writes :
I used Collection 2 to print all the triangles on the signature-quilt. The block patterns came from two different patterns in McCall’s Quilting.

Editor’s Note : “Collection 2” is a sold-out collection on CD. Most of the shapes, however, are found in the HST and QST 00B collections, which are downloadable.


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Circle of Swallows quilt


Jeannette from South Australia made this great quilt with the Circle of Swallows block.

She writes :

here is a picture of my latest quilt. It is made with the free Lemoyne Star and 3″ hst’s from Collection 2.

I hand pieced the blocks and joined them together with my machine.
The white background is stipple quilted and the border is a geometric design formed from the shape of the triangles.
It is machine quilted.
The quilt measures 41″x51″ and the blocks are 10″x10″ finished. .