I thought you might like a sneak peek at the colors in The Case of the Stranger in Margaritaville Mystery!
Clue: The white represents the salt on the rim of a Margarita and tequila is a gold color.
The COTSIM mystery uses the new Key West Beauty 6 inch shapes and you will detect great tips for using Inklingo in each of the clues—so it is a great way to start printing on fabric.
Watch for the fabric requirements on the blog soon, so you can be ready for the first clue at the end of the month, okay?
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- Fabric requirements for the mystery
- EQ project file for Key West & Variations
If you know anyone who has not tried Inklingo yet, please let them know about the new mystery because it is a great introduction to printing on fabric.
Sew by hand OR by machine. This mystery is for everyone!
There are only a few details in the case file so far. Will you take the case?
Linda & Monkey
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4 thoughts on “Inklingo Mystery – Sneak Peek”
Linda, it sounds intriguing. Will I be required to have EQ? I am using Quilt Pro. Will that work? Thanks!
Let me guess. The green represents the limes needed to make margaritas, and the pink is strawberries? So, there is a tall, dark stranger in a navy suit sipping margaritas looking for ????
I love the colors you have chosen for the Mystery, Linda. Will start searching through my stash to see what I have that might work. Am getting excited!! Thanks for offering this to us.
Hi, Linda. Good to see what’s happening on your Inklingo blog! Dan and I have survived multiple hospitalizations and are slowly getting back to limited activity. Our mother died in June and per my agreement with her, I bought a Bernina (finally!) (820QE) and am slowly learning to use it and am finally (after almost 3 years!) setting my studio up in our Petaluma home. It is a slow process. I hope your life is going well and that your Inklingo business is thriving! Again, it is good to see the Inklingo blog again and to remember our earlier correspondence and your teaching me to hand piece. Blessings to you and yours! Jack