NEW Inklingo Diamonds 60 Degree

Inklingo No Waste Fussy Cutting

We are in love with Inklingo No Waste Fussy Cutting for stars and for Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses.


Inklingo 60 Diamond 1.25 inch

Today there is a new size—60° Diamond 1.25 inch.

(All Inklingo shapes are named with the finished size.)


Inklingo 300 Pieced Hexagons

This new shape collection is ideal with Inklingo 60° Hexagon 1.25 inch for 300 Pieced Hexagons and this size might be perfect for fussy cutting the fabric in your stash.


Inklingo is handy for printing a window template too.

You can print on paper with Inklingo to make a window template to decide which size works best with any fabric.


Inklingo is handy for printing a window template too.

This fabric has a little more “background” than I prefer, but I can see potential.

Too much background can make the results less interesting.


Each set of 6 diamonds is different.

Each set of 6 diamonds is different and some are more exciting than others, but this works!

You can see all of the Inklingo diamond sizes on the Main Diamond Page on the website.

Inklingo Kaleidoscope Stars

Each star is a surprise.


Inklingo and sew!

I fussy cut 6 identical sheets of fabric (8.5 x 10.5) to get 25 Kaleidoscope Stars with Inklingo 60° Diamonds 1.25 inch. It worked well with the repeat on this fabric.

Twenty-five stars may sound like a lot, but these are so fast that Monkey says it won’t be long before I need to print 25 more. (Inklingo No Waste Fussy Cutting)


Examples with the Inklingo Diamond Shape Collection


You can get amazing designs without fussy cutting too.

All of these pieced hexagons can be made with the 4 shapes in the new 1.25 inch Inklingo Diamond shape collection. The pieced hexagons have 2.5 inch sides (finished) and are 5 inches across from point to point.


Inklingo Kaleidoscope Star

Download the shapes, print on fabric, and let your imagination soar!


Print shapes on fabric with your Inkjet


Whichever size you choose, when you print the shapes on fabric with Inklingo, you have many advantages:

  • Portable
  • Precise, with perfect straight grain, crosshairs, stitching lines
  • Print and rotary cut several layers at a time to get a fast start
  • Alternate layouts for scissors cutting (sometimes saves fabric)
  • Alternate layouts for a choice of straight grain
  • Half and quarter diamonds (triangles) for more design options
  • No templates
  • No waste
  • No basting
  • No whip-stitching
  • Sew by hand or by machine
  • Sew some seams by hand and some by machine if you prefer (hybrid)
  • Ideal for fussy cutting (“fussy printing”) as shown on YouTube
  • Fabric requirements are provided
  • Compatible with any design which uses the same shapes
  • Can be used to rescue a quilt you started with English Paper Piecing


Rotary cut several layers at a time.

You can rotary cut several layers at a time or use scissors.


Examples with Diamonds

Whether you combine the shapes to make Pieced Hexagons, or . . .


Inklingo Kaleidoscope Stars

. . . fussy cut, we think you will love inklingoing!


There is a new article on QuiltingHub showing how I get perfect intersections on stars. You don’t have to register to read the article, but if you do, you can rate the article AND the Inklingo page on QuiltingHub. Monkey is longing for a few 5 star ratings!

QuiltingHub has a new look and new features, so we think you will want to register and visit over and over again.


As usual, the new shapes are at a very special intro price—but for a few days only!

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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.

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7 thoughts on “NEW Inklingo Diamonds 60 Degree”

  1. Those stars are fabulous! I think you’re going to need to set up a support group next for those of us who have developed an uncontrollable addiction to making kaleidoscope stars!! This is enabling at its highest and best possible level!


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