Category Archives: Triangles

Another block that can be made with the Celtic Solstice or Storm at Sea Inklingo Collections

I’ve been enamored with this triangle unit since making them for Clue 1 of Bonnie Hunter’s Celtic Solstice 2014 Mystery Quilt: (My camera distorts flat images, sigh) Of course it’s not a new unit in our quilty world, it’s just … Continue reading

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Flying Geese the Inklingo Way

The Inklingo No Waste Flying Geese method is fast, accurate and easy, easy, easy! There are no stretchy bias seams to deal with, and I get to make 4 units at a time. For me it’s just plain old magical. … Continue reading

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Tutorial: Star of the Milky Way quilt block, an 8-pointed star

I’ve been inspired by Cathi at Quilt Obsession again. This is the beautiful star that Cathi made from the shapes in Bonnie Hunter’s Celtic Solstice Shape Collection. Linda Franz identified it as the Star of the Milky Way. I’m going … Continue reading

Posted in Grading Seams, Inklingo, Parallelograms, Star of the Milky Way, Stars, Triangles, Tutorials

Bonnie Hunter’s Celtic Solstice Mystery and Inklingo, Clue 5

It’s getting very exciting knowing that we must be near the home stretch to the reveal of our Celtic Solstice Mystery. Waiting patiently Bonnie! I didn’t get my Clue 4 four patches finished until Sunday due to the remnants of … Continue reading

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Bonnie Hunter’s Celtic Solstice Mystery and Inklingo, Clue 3

I was caught up by the time Bonnie released Clue 3. It ended up that I didn’t get Clue 2 totally finished until the wee hours of Friday morning. (Sometimes there is an advantage to having insomnia.) I know we … Continue reading

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Connections–Dedicated to YOU

The Alliance for American Quilts contest this year had the theme ‘Home is Where the Quilt Is.’ The entries had to be a specific house shape–basically 15 inches wide by 19.5 inches tall. I entered the contest with this design … Continue reading

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Inklingo Thru New Eyes–As Quilting Stencils

I’m not yet confident enough of my hand or free motion quilting skills to use them on a quilt. I use a walking foot, kinda Mary Mashuta style. I prefer not to have to mark a whole quilt, but primarily … Continue reading

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