This has been a big week for us. My mother was moved to a small hospital that is closer to me and my sisters, and <drum roll> there are FOUR new Inklingo downloads. I have never published 4 in one day before, so this is a major milestone, and a good sign for Inklingo in 2010.
There have already been “complaints” about the new Dresden Plate collections—too much choice, not accurately named, irresistible, causes heart to race, etc. LOL These Inklingo collections include so many blades, backgrounds, and variations that to call them “Dresden Plate” seems misleading. I’m sorry. The shapes were so exciting, we could not stop!
So—infinite design possibilities AND a choice of traditional appliqué, back-basting appliqué, hand piecing, machine piecing, and hybrid piecing. Quilters who don’t even like Dresden Plate, will like some of these:
As one Inklingo friend wrote, “This is not your grandmother’s Dresden Plate!
These Dresden Plate collections got so big and beautiful that it took a whole book to describe the possibilites. The Inklingo Dresden Plate Design Book is free and it is a fantastic tool for quilters and pattern designers.
Today is my sister’s birthday and we are taking her out for dinner. I have to stop now to get dressed up, but in the next few days, I will share more images of the new Dresden Plate collections here. In the meantime, I hope you will visit the Dresden Plate page on my site. You can also see a photo of the first “Dresden Plate” block (that we know about) . It was made within the first few hours by Tilde.
INTRODUCTORY PRICES Be sure to check out the special sale prices. You could save up to $15 if you order by January 24th. (Details on the web site.)
FREE Order and download the Inklingo Dresden Plate Design Book now, and leave a comment to let me know what YOUR complaints are, okay?
Thank you for visiting.
Linda & Monkey