There is a new Inklingo video showing a few ways to design a Joseph’s Coat quilt with the new shape collection. Print, cut and sew!
This short video (only 7 minutes) illustrates some of the design possibilities with the new Joseph’s Coat 4 inch shape collection. The info is useful for other Inklingo shape collections too.
You might be surprised what you can do with these two shapes.
This is one of the examples in the video.
Hexagon geometry applies in this case. I know because my wall hanging became a hexagon.
TIP When you know the geometry of a hexagon, If you know one of the measurements, it is easy to get the others.
LINKS IN THE VIDEO
VIDEO How to rotary cut curves
VIDEO Sew apple core curves by hand
DESIGN YOUR OWN with the free Inklingo EQ Project Files (including Joseph’s Coat)
Joseph’s Coat with 4 inch melons (2019) and the Intro on the blog
Joseph’s Coat with 6 inch melons (2011)
Main Shapes with Curves Page (under the Shop & Freebies tab)
If you are new to Inklingo, please start on the Main Beginner’s Page.
DESIGN A JOSEPH’S COAT QUILT WITH THESE SHAPES
INTRO SALE ON 4 INCH EXTENDED TO SUNDAY 15 DECEMBER 2019 – MIDNIGHT
Start with two simple shapes and design a quilt you will love!
This design is a joy to sew when you have the cutting and stitching lines printed on the fabric. (See Why I don’t sell acrylic templates —or wash boards.)
I hope you will watch the video and leave a comment. It helps me if you click to “like” the video.
I think you will enjoy designing and sewing with these shapes—almost as much as I do! Thank you for visiting.
Linda & Monkey
8 thoughts on “Design a Joseph’s Coat Quilt with Inklingo”
Linda you always do a wonderful job of explaining how to use your Inklingo shapes ! Great video!!
Thank you very much, Kathy. I’m glad you watched it. There will be more coming. Marry Christmas!
I am always impressed with the videos. So much info that it is hard to absorb at one time. I, too, like Annika like the peanut. I have started with the freezer paper and what a great thing! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas and a very Happy New Year.
Thank you, Ruth! Freezer paper is one of my favorite tools. I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year too!
What a great video for Jacob’s Coat. I can hardly wait to start one.
Thank you, Kim! I’m glad you watched it and are ready to sew! Thank you very much for your order. I am looking forward to seeing photos, okay?
I am always amazed by your videos. Packed with information! I think I know Inklingo, but I always have to watch a couple of times to take it all in. And now you have even included a very familiar peanut! What a lovely surprise. Big hugs and kisses from Paris *\0/*
I’m glad you saw that, Annika! I hope you are enjoying every moment and every morsel in Paris!