The new Hunter’s Star shape collections are ready!
At long last!
SPECIAL SALE PRICES!
All 3 shape collections and the Hunter’s Star Design Book are listed there.
You can check out the sale and come back to see the quilts. We’ll wait.
The rest of the pictures show a few ways to use these fabulously versatile shapes.
I love this design with the “bonus” square.
Inklingo prints on fabric, so you have cutting lines, stitching lines, matching marks, and crosshairs!
It makes everything easier!
- No measuring
- No weird rulers or templates
- Fast to print and cut several layers at a time with a rotary cutter
(or use scissors if you prefer)
- Easy to sew with sewing lines, precision corners, and crosshairs
Inklingo simplifies the sewing, so you can spend more time designing and still finish faster.
This is the traditional Hunter’s Star layout—no inset seams—and very straightforward to sew.
I love the way Hunter’s Star looks “on point” with blocks set in horizontal rows.
How many stars do you see?
Let’s just say there are many ways to use these simple shapes, okay? LOL
Hunter’s Star Design Book (115 pages)
All of my best design tips are in the Hunter’s Star Design Book, and it’s FREE for a limited time. You can download it in the next few minutes.
However, for a limited time, the design book for Hunter’s Star is free even without buying the related shapes!
Of course, we think that when you look at the design book and see how easy it is to sew Hunter’s Star with Inklingo, you will be back for the shapes too.
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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.
$10 Coupon! 6 Year Anniversary Special on the handbook