Orca Bay Mystery!–Inklingo-ing Part 7

Bonnie Hunter‘s Orca Bay Mystery continues–only one clue to go. And, Bonnie is releasing the last clue early–on January 1.

In Part 7 we are making big (3×6 inch finished) flying geese from the red strip triangles (Part 4) and the ‘winged’ HSTs (Part 5). There are two shapes that can be Inklingoed with this part, 100 white/neutral HSTs that finish at 3 inches, and 4 black & white/neutral QSTs that also finish at 3 inches.

For the 100 HSTs, I printed 9 sheets of 8.25×12.25 inch white fabric. For the 4 QSTs, 1 sheet of 4.75×9.25 inch sheet of white fabric. Both give me a couple extra that I appreciate having.

’til later, Jillian


About DakotaEssence

Piecing and quilting in the northern Plains.
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2 Responses to Orca Bay Mystery!–Inklingo-ing Part 7

  1. Great job! I really like your colors!!!!

  2. Lookin’ good! Your blocks are so crisp. Nice.

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