Sunday, October 11, 2009

Jane Austen quilt

Linda in NY has been busy with the Jane Austen collection. She writes :

I loved making this. I actually made 2 for twin beds in my guest room and they are identical. I am still deciding what I want for borders. I machine pieced this and particularly enjoyed placing each diamond to maximize the symmetrical effect. I did fussy cut the fabrics that were suited to fussy cutting.

Double Wedding Ring Table Topper

Ruby finished this cute, cute, cute DWR table-topper.

Makes me long for spring !

Tumbling Blocks / Baby Blocks

Sue has fallen for the new 3" diamond-shapes (Inklingo Lite # 7) and has started a Tumbling Blocks project.

She writes :

These were sewn on the machine and went together so easily. The tumbler blocks are not sewn to each other as I will continue to add many more. Really like the way they look.

Double Wedding Ring wall-hanging

Lois shares her DWR in progress.
She writes :
It is all musical prints and will be wall hanging when done. I wish I were sending finished project but no time right now. I love DWR and putting it together is so easy with Inklingo.

Well, I for one look forward to seeing the finished project, Lois !

Another Apple Core mini bag

Elly won a kit to make this bag when we had the Great Inklingo Give-Away, and has now finished it.

Looking good, Elly !

Size of project : approximately 6", plus handles

POTC - Lucy Boston

Joan is still making loads of POTC blocks, all of which look wonderful to my eyes :-)
And she has even included a picture of her design-wall ... showing acute signs of Inklingoitis. (Click on the pictures to see the blocks in a larger version, it is worth the effort).