Inklingo Projects

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Cat Kaleidoscope Stars


Kris is making fabulous kaleidoscope stars using the 1.5″ 60-degree diamond Inklingo collection.

Kris writes:

“After seeing the kaleidoscope stars on the All About Inklingo and Quilt Obsession blogs, I decided to try some of my own. I’m using┬áthe 1.5″ diamonds and hand piecing. Inklingo made it easy to print identical sheets with little to no waste. I found this method better than having to line up fabric repeats and stacking to cut. The most difficult part of this process was finding the right fabric. I chose this cat fabric as practice before investing in more yardage, but I love the way my stars turned out.”

Who could help but loving how these stars turned out!


I think a close-up of a few of these wonderful stars is called for.


And here’s the big surprise – these wonderful stars all came from this fabric. Doing kaleidoscope stars is so, so easy with the no waste fussy printing/cutting Inklingo technique.




Table Runner

Silmara made this gorgeous table runner using the Inklingo 3″ 60-degree diamond and 3″ 60-degree hexagon collections.

She writes:

“I made this table runner as a gift for a friend’s 60th birthday using the Inklingo 60-degree 3″ diamonds and 3″ hexagons. I like the result and think she loves it too.”

The close-ups show each of the fabulous kaleidoscope stars and the way Silmara quilted it.


Kaleidoscope Stars

 Jeannette in Australia is making some stunning kaleidoscope stars using this fabric and the Inklingo 2″ 60-degree diamond collection.

She writes:

“I’m sending pictures of the stars I’ve made so far and also one of the fabric I’ve used. I’m using the 60-degree 2″ diamond collection and hand piecing them. They are very addictive. I went for softer colours this time and I am loving the different effects with the feathers and the flowers.”

Now have fun looking at these gorgeous stars – all from that piece of fabric! No wonder kaleidoscope stars are impossible to resist!