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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.



General Sunflowers!

Ruth is a busy bee 🙂 and has finished this gorgeous project.
She writes

Just wanted to send you a pic of my latest INklingo project.
It’s a mix of double and single  sunflowers.
It was a joy to piece by hand.
Made completely of my favorite French General fabrics.
Again I so love Inklingo!
The centre is a medalion I added to calm down my choice of fabrics (thought it was a little busy with all the sunflower pieces)
It looks absolutely gorgeous, Ruth!
PS Ruth is the redhead!


Sunflowers at Sea

Nancy in Alabama has made this beautiful little wall-hanging.
She writes :
I finished a small Double Sunflower quilt for my breakfast room. I used shapes from the 6″ Storm At Sea collection for the border. The Storm At Sea is so versatile

Double Sunflower uses both the 6″ and 12″ Sunflower collections. And what a lovely idea to use the Storm At Sea shapes for the border.

Project is 16″ square.