Inklingo Ribbon Flower Quilts – Part 3

Inklingo Ribbon Flower Variation

There are many variations you can make with the new Ribbon Flower shapes. This is just one example.

For this 12 inch block, print 7 sheets of fabric.


Print shapes on fabric for Ribbon Flower quilt.

Shape B – The preparation goes fast when you can print 12 shapes at a time and rotary cut the fabric.


Light Blue
Shape B – Print 12 on 1 sheet 6.75 x 8.5 Landscape

Shape C – Print 6 on 1 sheet 4 x 9 Portrait
Shape F – Print 2 on 1 sheet 6.75 x 13 Landscape
Shape G – Print 2 on 1 sheet 7.25 x 13 Landscape

Blue Flowered
Shape C – Print 6 on 1 sheet 4 x 9 Portrait
Shape E – Print 6 on 1 sheet 4 x 12 Landscape

Black & White Texture
Shape D – Print 12 on 1 sheet 7.75 x 12.75 Portrait

The Index of Shapes in the new Inklingo Ribbon Flower shape collection (pages 54 – 95), includes yardage requirements, illustrations, and all the info you need to plan for ANY block!


Inklingo Ribbon Flower Bonus Shape E

Bonus Shape E makes many gorgeous flowers possible.


Inklingo Ribbon Flower Quilt worksheet

You can see this Ribbon Flower “peony” in wonderful shades of pink on the Quilt Obsession blog, designed and sewn by Cathi.

Go ahead! Choose your fabrics and prepare a cheat sheet.


Print shapes on fabric for Ribbon Flower quilt

Freezer paper sheets can be used over and over again. The freezer paper sheet for 6 Shape C is used for the blue flowered fabric and the white background fabric.


Inklingo Ribbon Flower Variation Rotated

Many of the designs look different when they are turned 90°. This is exactly the same as the first block.

There are more examples on Facebook. If this Facebook slide show doesn’t play for you, try this link.

I hope you are excited to use the worksheets to design your own!

Monkey wants to remind you that the special low intro price for Ribbon Flower lasts only a few days. Visit the Shop.

I can hardly wait to see what YOU do with these shapes!

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These shapes are endlessly fascinating!

Linda & Monkey


New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Main Beginner’s Page  There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

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6 thoughts on “Inklingo Ribbon Flower Quilts – Part 3”

  1. I agree with you, Sherrie. Cheat sheets make everything simpler. Almost anything seems easier when we take it one step at a time and that is certainly true for quilting!

  2. Linda,
    I so appreciate Monkey’s cheat sheet. Tells us just what we need to print, and sizes and color placement. Most helpful with Ribbon Flower shapes especially. Thanks again a hundred times. Possibilities are indeed endless.

  3. This collection is mesmerizing! There are so many different looks one could get, even with the same set of fabrics, that it’s impossible not to want to sew them all just varying the placement of fabrics! I was immediately drawn to this design when the Smart Shoppers Idea Book came out so now it’s like Christmas in July, having this to play with!
    Your designs are fantastic! We are all very, very fortunate that you had the brilliant idea of Inklingo in the first place AND that you continue to inspire us with wonderful designs like Ribbon Flower!!

  4. Wow! It’s amazing how that extra little clamshell shape E added between the ribbons can make Ribbon Flower bloom into twice its fullness. It’s like an optical illusion! I had to go back and watch the video a few times to figure out how it looked so full!

    Great job Linda! You knocked it out of the park with this collection!


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