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Drunkard’s Trail Quilts with Inklingo

There are 4 new Inklingo shape collections for Drunkard’s Trail!

This is an old design according to Beyer (383-4) and Brackman (3351).

You can see where the name came from in the example above. It is also sometimes called Snake’s Trail.

Unlimited Variations

This simple block has so many possibilities that we made a little movie!

You can click to play and then press the little icon (bottom right) to see it full screen, if you like.

Snake’s Trail?

Action Hero

Monkey loves doing the little movies.

He sees himself as an action hero, just like Harrison Ford. Didn’t Indiana Jones have to deal with snakes at some point?

I forget.

Might have been someone else.

Either way, Monkey is fearless—and you don’t have to fear curves and snakes either when you print the cutting and stitching lines on the fabric with Inklingo!

You can check out the new shapes HERE and create something unique for your next guild quilt show.

Thank you for visiting and for voting for us in the Golden Quilter Awards too. You are the best!

Linda & Monkey

New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Quick Start (Always FREE.) There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

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9 thoughts on “Drunkard’s Trail Quilts with Inklingo”

  1. These are stunning! I think Monkey is so knocked out about them he’s wearing the beginnings of an icepack! 🙂 Who knew that Drunkard’s Trail could look so widely and wildy different! Thanks to you and Monkey for making it easy. The mind boggles!

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  2. So many variations – “sew” little time! lol Thanks Monkey and Linda. I saw a variation that i just have to try!

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  3. I love your reactions! I have more designs to show on the blog tomorrow too. It is amazing how versatile these shapes are. No wonder you asked for them.

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  4. Wow, I can see these being used in so many different ways! Thank you Linda & Monkey 🙂 and Monkey, you ARE a Hero! Have fun everyone!!

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  5. Amazing that this is an old pattern! It looks so modern.
    Not my style but I can’t wait to see what others make using this new collection.

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  6. Monkey’s absolutely fearless – and such a star in his own series of movies! Love, love, LOVE these collections. The possibilities are … well, endless. This will be SUCH fun!

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