If you have been following Inklingo on Facebook, you know that I woke up early on Friday morning with “an idea.”
It was an idea for a video. Click on the image to play.
The kitchen became a Hollywood set.
I had to hunch over the pile of books and the camera to get the sewing sequences, so if my running stitch seems a bit slower than usual, that’s the reason. LOL
We’ve been so preoccupied with Passacaglia and Willyne Hammerstein’s Millefiori Books that we have not spent as much time on Quilted Diamonds 2 as the occasion deserves!
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Don’t worry. I will clean up the kitchen this afternoon, so Russ can cook Sunday dinner.
I might have a nap first.
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Linda & Monkey
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10 thoughts on “How to Sew Passacaglia by Hand – VIDEO”
Looks beautiful, I would like to learn
I have been reading on your site and watching your videos. I have been wanting to try sewing some of the hexagon for some time now. I have looked at several sites and then came across yours. I love your site, btw. I want so bad to stop sewing my bargello quilt so I can try making hexagons. Thanks for making this site. I think you and Monkey do great work.
Wow… Love your studio! Was that a Nikon Coolpix? Great Video, especially given the “do it yourself” nature of the taping!
It is similar—-a Panasonic Lumix. Great little camera for video like this. I’m glad you like it. My nails were a mess from cleaning up in the garden, so I spent some time trying to make them presentable but the editing is the most time-consuming part. Very tedious.
I hope you have a wonderful week with time to sew!
Hugs, Linda & Monkey
Linda, this is brillaint. I can’t wait to get started.
What a treat to find another video by Linda!
I love having a video to see and hear Linda as she encourages and motivates/inspires anyone to be able to take up a needle and sew this design or any of the many others that are available.
Because of the accuracy of Inklingo templates, I added on my pentagons in the third row as I sewed and then realized later that a ring of pentagons had been suggested in the book. But adding them as I sewed was so easy that I never tried the ring.
I would never have ordered the book for these quilts if it had not been for Inklingo; it has made piecing Passacaglia a pleasure and no messy glue! With so many pieces printed ready to piece, you can have a large number of pieces ready to go and only need a needle or two and thread to go with it. It makes it possible that your go-to-bag is always ready and your handwork doesn’t take up much room for travel.
I so appreciate this video. I’m on my third rosette and “accidentally” did the second one without sewing a ring of “C’s” and felt it worked as well or better. I also like the reminder to finger press. Am loving this!!!
Another great video, Linda. I always learn something new from each one and they always help me improve my stitching! Thanks so much.
Did I hear you mention something to Monkey about making another video for machine piecing???
Great video Linda. You’ve made me a much more confident piecer with your excellent instructions. I think I’m ready to try my first rosette. Who knows, I may make the whole quilt. Thanks Linda.
Great video, Linda!! I always love watching you piece by hand – it’s so soothing!