Inklingo Projects

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Blue and White Feathered Star

Mary made this stunning blue and white Feathered Star using the Inklingo 15″ Feathered Star collection.

What a wonderful, classic quilt!

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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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Feathered Star

Barb made this gorgeous blue and white Feathered Star using the 20″ Feathered Star collection. And all by machine!

She writes:

“Made completely by machine.  I never in a gazillion years could have made such a perfect feathered star completely by machine!  I always have felt confident in my hand piecing skills for perfect points.  But not had confidence I could do as well by machine.  Inklingo makes it easy!  And all those little half square triangles for the feathers are a snap!  I made this complete star in 2 days.  I even used the larger half square triangles from the collection to design the border.  They were a weird size, but I used a little spacer border to make up the difference and I love the way it makes the star float in the white background.  This one was such fun to make!”


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Feathered Star

Charlsey made this Feathered Star quilt using the 20-inch Feathered Star collection.

She writes:
I used the 20″ Feathered Star collection from Inklingo for the stars. The 6″ center block of each square is different. I used Inklingo every time there was a shape available that I needed.
Also, for this quilt, I machine pieced most of the feathered stars, which is a very difficult task without Inklingo.
Inklingo enables me to attempt quilts I normally would dismiss as too cumbersome, time-consuiming or difficult. I enjoy the fact that I can be challenged in my quilt-making and at the same time know that I can be successful by using Inklingo as a tool.

You can see close-ups of some of Charley’s Stars here.