READY FOR YOU!
We have put all 300 designs in a new ebook!
This eBook also includes:
- my favorite hand piecing tips, including continuous stitching
- my favorite precision tips for machine piecing
- how to combine hand and machine piecing (hybrid)
- tips for cutting several layers of shapes at a time
- pressing diagrams
- illustrations for pressing and trimming
- line drawings of each design to color
- 165 pages of inspiration
The ebook includes templates in several sizes which you can trace, but we think you will want to choose a size and use Inklingo to print the shapes on fabric instead.
INTRODUCTORY SALE – HALF PRICE
It is pretty amazing to have all this in a book for only
To get your attention, we have put it on the website at half price for the first few days only. That’s only $10.
Oh, my goodness!
Act now, before we realize what we’ve done. LOL
What a perfect portable project for the summer!
WHAT ARE THEY TEACHING AT YOUR LOCAL SHOP?
I heard from a quilter this week who was annoyed that she was in a hand piecing class at her local shop and the teacher did not mention Inklingo.
She found out about it on her own and she was disappointed that the teacher had taught her “the hard way.”
As she said, she expected her quilt shop to teach the best methods.
By the way, she was annoyed with me too—for not advertising more. They sold her stuff she doesn’t want now, and for what she spent she could have bought a LOT of Inklingo shape collections instead.
With that in mind, I am asking you to tell everyone you know about the new ebook.
It’s okay if they buy the book just for the designs without intending to buy any Inklingo shapes.
Post on Facebook, your blog, or tweet it. How about your other Yahoo Groups?
Please tell the quilters in your guild—online guilds and in-person guilds.
Tell your favorite teachers too.
They will thank you later!
WHO ELSE CAN YOU TELL ABOUT INKLINGO?
Do you think your favorite designers, magazine editors, and pattern designers know about Inklingo? Let them know too, so they can start designing patterns and quilts you can make with the shapes you have in your “shape stash.”
It seems incredible that after more than SEVEN years, many quilters have never heard of Inklingo.
It has never been mentioned as an option in lessons on The Quilt Show or Craftsy or other online video lessons. How can this be?
Quiltmaker, Quilter’s Newsletter, Quiltmania, Australian Patchwork & Quilting, QNN, and many designers like Bonnie Hunter and Pat Sloan follow Inklingo and have published reviews and articles. That’s wonderful, but none of them have included Inklingo as an option in their patterns and books yet.
Why hasn’t Inklingo been mentioned in magazines with patterns like Candied Hexagons and VariaHex? Oops!
Why haven’t any of the major publishers released books about using Inklingo? When the rotary cutter was new, there was a flood of new books. Inklingo is the best new tool since the rotary cutter. We need lots and lots of books and patterns!
We can continue to be patient or we can ask.
LET’S ASK FOR IT
“Will you be including Inklingo as an option in your patterns/books? If you don’t know about it yet, there is a simple Quick Start Guide here.”
You know how to be diplomatic and polite. Movers and shakers like publishers and magazine editors welcome suggestions from quilters.
Maybe this ebook is the right introduction. Quilters who are used to other methods will love the designs and Inklingo can sneak up on them. LOL
Have we been too quiet and patient?
If you don’t ask, how will they know what you like?
Click on the video to play.
You can embed this video on your website or blog too.
The new ebook is here!
See you next time!
Linda & Monkey