Starry Path is a great block and it is even easier (AND more precise) when you print the shapes on fabric with Inklingo.
I’ve been playing with different layouts. This just uses Starry Path blocks but there are many more options with blocks.
Start by printing the shapes on fabric (or paper) with Inklingo!
Yin Yang is one of my favorites. Starry Path is fantastic mixed with curvy shapes. (Main Shapes with Curves Page)
Yin Yang shapes are fun to print and sew with Inklingo.
Waltzing Matilda is another great option.
You will find designs like this one with Winding Ways much easier when you skip the acrylic! (Why I don’t sell acrylic templates.)
Inklingo is all about making quilting more accessible.
Add some Key West Beauty and some fussy cutting for this one.
Key West Beauty shapes are very versatile. Here they are again.
I hope these examples make you want to experiment too.
Starry Path is in the Block Library of Electric Quilt software, so it is easy to play with color options and settings.
If you haven’t yet, please start with the FREE Diamond Triangle Square shape collection.
It includes everything you need to get started with YOUR Inkjet print and the ink you already have.
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MORE SIZES? YOU TELL ME!
These 6 inch blocks are fun to use with all of the other 6 inch blocks but there are more options with 8 or 9 inch blocks. Which would you prefer?
Thank you for visiting.
Linda & Monkey
8 thoughts on “Inklingo Starry Path Quilt Settings”
I’d be happier with the 9”, but I love this pattern!
I love this one too, Glenda. I think 9 inch is a good size. I’m going to wait a few more days to see if there are more requests.
I just love all these combinations of blocks. It gives so many ideas to create a beautiful quilt.
Thank you again
I’m glad you like them, Louise. I am looking forward to seeing photos of your Starry Path blocks!
Oh, no!! I’m well and truly hooked now – seeing Starry Path with YinYang, one of my very favourite blocks to piece, really has me about to put Can-Can aside and play!!
I was thinking of you when I drew that one, Cathi. I know how much you love Yin Yang. 🙂
These look like so much fun! Are they tricky to sew with inset seams?
Good news, Donna! There are NO inset seams in Starry Path. It is easy to chain piece by machine. Sew 3 triangles together, add a 4th triangle to make a pieced triangle. Sew 4 pieced triangles together like a 4-patch. It’s really that easy.