Monday, September 16, 2013

Case of the Secret Garden

Barbara made this elegant Case of the Secret Garden quilt top using the Inklingo New York Wheel collection.

She writes:

"This project has traveled with me to a retreat, a vacation in the Grand Canyon, a visit to Las Vegas and a cruise through Caribbean. My COTSG sewing bag was easy to grab when heading out the door for Bee day or a stitch day with friends. I can honestly say I will miss it!

COTSG actually turned into a labor of love. I had all the blocks up on the design wall and really took my time putting them together so I could stretch out the project and enjoy it as long as possible!"

The Case of the Secret Garden was the first ever Inklingo mystery quilt. The clues for the mystery are available on the All About Inklingo blog post "The Case of the Secret Garden Clue 8."

Kaleidoscope Stars

Frummie is making these fabulous kaleidoscope stars using the Inklingo 2" 60-degree diamond collection.

The special effects are so easy to accomplish with a little fussy cutting/printing as shown on the All About Inklingo blog post on no-waste fussy cutting.

Saturday, September 7, 2013

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!

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Brown and Pink LeMoyne Stars

Beth in Arkansas made this pretty little quilt using the Inklingo Diamond, Triangle, Square free shape collection.

She writes:

"This is my first Inklingo project ready for quilting. It is hard to see in the picture, but the border is a brown and black stripe. It was made with the free shape collection. I am definitely hooked and have already cut out a bunch of pieces for a Patchwork of the Crosses!"

Monday, September 2, 2013

Kaleidoscope Stars Table Topper

Silmara in Brazil has made this gorgeous table topper using the Inklingo 3" 60-degree diamond collection.

She writes:

"The kaleidoscope stars were done with a single fabric. I got the idea to make my table topper centrepiece quilt from the quilt made by Jeannette I saw on the All About Inklingo blog. I made some changes and all the parts I used were from the 3" 60-degree Inklingo diamond collection."

And now for a few close-ups of the stars.

Each one so different.

Yet all from the same piece of fabric!