Maria Peagler’s Quilters Favorite Things Video

Are you on Facebook?  If you are, you have a chance to win a great prize, but you must act quickly–by December 17th.


Maria Peagler, author of the award winning book Color Mastery, chose four products for her “Quilters’ Favorite Things” video, and Inklingo is one of them!


If you vote for your favorite product by December 17, Maria will enter you in the draw.

There are several prizes, including two from Inklingo—
• a copy of The Inklingo Handbook ($29.95 plus shipping)
• a $25 Gift Certificate

How cool is that?! We are thrilled that Maria tried Inklingo and recommends it.


There is a little twist to the voting, so please make sure your vote counts!

You can click on the Color Mastery Facebook Page  or use this link:!/album.php?aid=233114&id=104924927573

If you leave a comment under the general photo album, it won’t count in the draw. Maria says you must select one of the products and vote for it under its photo. Your comment is your vote, and you can vote as many times as you like.

WHAT’S TO LIKE, UPDATE!!!  The comment box does not appear until you click to “like” Maria’s colormaster page.

This is the Color Mastery Facebook Page link.


In addition to the prizes in the draw, Inklingo has made sure that everyone wins, because everyone can order and download a free shape collection with Diamonds, Triangles, and Squares ($20 value). Start here!

There are also Gift Certificates and Free Design Books under the Shop tab.

Inklingo is easy. . . . Facebook? Not so much.

I have been on Facebook for over a year, but I have been so busy introducing new Inklingo Design Books and shapes that I have not learned much about it, or “friended” anyone. I approve all quilters who ask, but I don’t know how to send an invitation yet. That’s how little I know, and unfortunately, that means I cannot answer questions about how to use Facebook.

On the other hand, Monkey and I are really, really good at answering questions about Inklingo. There is great stuff under the “Support & Goodies” tab on the web site, but if you have other questions, Monkey and I hope you will ask.



Now, it’s back to work for me. There will be three new Inklingo Feathered Star Shape Collections and a FREE Feathered Star Design Book in the next week or so.

Please stay tuned. We think Inklingo Feathered Star will amaze you!

Linda & Monkey

PS  If you are looking for something else, there is a Search feature at the top (above the header), so you can find other messages in the archives of All About Inklingo. There is a ton of great info here.

14 thoughts on “Maria Peagler’s Quilters Favorite Things Video”

  1. I used to paper piece and then discovered Inklingo. It completely transformed my sewing life faster, better, more accurate, and less sore fingers and hands. I have managed so much more sewing, plus quilts that I could only dream about through inklingo!

  2. Hi Debra, Thank you! I’m sorry you were not able to vote. You are right that you must be on Facebook. It is necessary to click the “Like” button on the page before you can comment. I did not know that either. I hope you will try again, because once you figure it out, you can vote as many times as you like and increase your chances in Maria’s draw. 🙂

  3. I can’t find the comment button to post my vote. I have a Facebook account so I don’t know what I’m doing wrong. Can’t wait for the feathered stars to become available.

  4. I’m with you on not knowing how to do anything on Facebook. I’m on it, but don’t ‘get’ it. Let me see if I can figure out how to enter.

  5. I’m glad to see that the feathered stars will be available soon. However, I’m still putting the apple cores together from last year’s (?) swap… LOL

  6. Good to see more and more people recognizing the value of Inklingo!

    And I agree, Facebook is much more complicated than Inklingo. I joined to find a long lost relative ‘cuz he was there, but I haven’t used it since! I’d rather be Inklingo-ing…

    Not surprised the feathers stars, or any other of your projects for that matter, take longer than anticipated. With all the accurate detail you give us in all your Design Books and Collections, it just HAS to take a lot of time. I just re-read the Inklingo Storm at Sea Design Book again and learned a few more tips!

  7. Okay, I clicked on the 2 links under her video and unfortunately, I cannot leave a comment without signing up with Facebook.

    Rosa Robichaud

  8. Hi there!

    I am NOT on Facebook and refuse to sign up with them. I’ve heard too many negative things about Facebook, unfortunately…. AND, I generally waste too much time on my computer ANYHOW – why would I want to get involved with yet another (addictive?) “thing” on the web?!?!?

    I will see if I can leave a comment without having a Facebook account.

    Tks for all you do!

    Rosa Robichaud
    Saint John, New Brunswick


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