Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Drunkard's Path

Another one of Linda's sampler-tops.

This one features the Drunkard's Path collection, and shows (some of) the possibilities of the components.

Size of project : 21 x 48"

Double Wedding Ring Table Runner / Sampler

And here is what could be called a Double Wedding Ring Sampler
Linda writes :

I am really proud of this one, because I used every single shape in the collection !

Well, good for you ! and how great that we can see all the different shapes in cloth, now.

Size of project : 18 x 64"

Inklingo Sampler

Again Linda D. (She really has been busy !)
This is Linda's Christmas version of the square blocks from the Inklingo Sampler.

The blocks are 6", and the top is 37" square.

Hexagon Sampler

Linda D. has been busy making lots of tops for demonstrating Inklingo at a quilt-show.

This is her hexagon sampler, where she has used the hexagon bonus-blocks from the Inklingo Sampler-blog, and Inklingo KISS 101 for the setting.

Size of project 45.5" square.

LeMoyne - Rolling star

Linda D. has been busy making lots of tops for demonstrating Inklingo at a quilt-show.

This is her bright and cheery LeMoyne star project, made with the free collection.
Size of project is 24" square

Thursday, September 17, 2009

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. .

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Candied Hexagons

Tammi has started her dream-project. It's an elderly pattern from a now sold-out magazine, and it's called "Candied Hexagons".

She is using Collection # 3 to make the individual hexagons, and each hexagon finish at 3"

... oh, and you can find patterns for the two types of stars found here, on the Inklingo Sampler blog.

More POTC - Lucy Boston

Joan seems unable to stop herself. Here's another 5 gorgeous POTC blocks from her hand.

The top one has had the background fabric hexagons added, and one strip of the square "joiners"

Tiny Tote exchange

Jillian - who organized the Tiny Tote swap - also swapped herself. And here's the tote she sent to her lucky recipient.

Blocks (her own design) are made with Collection # 3

(and at least one of them will appear as a hexagon bonus-block on the Inklingo sampler later this year)

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Tiny Tote exchange

Pia also participated in the Tiny Tote swap on the Inklingo-list on Yahoo.
Here's the tote she sent.

(The tote uses the free collection and a free pattern, so it's very easy for you to make your own version, should you want to.)

Jane Austen patchwork

Martha's Jane Austen project is growing.
She writes :

Jane Austen Patchwork update. It's taking over the wall.

You can see the tiny diamonds on the right side. I would not take odds on my finishing those!

... oh well, you can't have everything, and it sure looks good even without the small diamonds.

Insanity !

Rae Ann
has finished the centre of her Insanity quilt.
This project uses the 0.5" hexagons ! so in spite of how formidable it looks, it isn't all that big :-)
She writes :

So this is my Insanity Quilt. I stitch when times allows me. I'm making my quilt with the 1/2" hexagons from Linda's Inklingo. All 158 of my diamonds is make using a differnt 30's reporduction fabric (as are my flowers which are not yet sewn on thus far). I don't know what else to say.

... well ... I don't think you need to say much more, Rae Ann. It looks great :-)

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Snowball quilt

And Mary has also found time - in her busy quilting-schedule - to finish this bright and beautiful Snow-ball-quilt.

She used jelly rolls for the HST corners, and the quilt finishes at approximately 68"x78".

More POTC - Lucy Boston

And Mary has finished her POTC-top.

... gorgeous seems to just about describe it.

POTC - Lucy Boston

Joan really is busy with her POTC, so here are two more of her gorgeous blocks.
If you want to know more about fussy-cutting / printing with Inklingo, Linda has a very instructive video on her blog, right here.

Thursday, September 3, 2009


Mary too has started a project with the new Inklingo KISS 103

As can be seen, she is using blacks, whites and ... brights :-)

POTC - Lucy Boston

Joan continues to make POTC-blocks and here is her latest crop of beauties.

(Try clicking on the pictures to see her wonderful fussy-cutting / fussy-printing of the centres on these blocks)