IntroCastle Wall Lessons on the Blog
Castle Wall (Beyer 295-1) is a wonderful old design which was first published by Kansas City Star in 1931.
It is perfect for modern quilters who need a portable project. I like it so much I decided on 3 sizes! Scroll down.
Inklingo’s precise lines for stitching and cutting make it easier, faster, and more precise than with traditional templates.
There are several articles on the All About Inklingo blog about Castle Wall.
- How to Hand Piece Castle Wall
- How to Machine Piece Castle Wall
- How to Machine Piece Castle Wall – 2
- How to Press Castle Wall Part 1
- How to Press Castle Wall Part 2
- Inset seams—Why quilters who hand piece love them!
- Sewing Sequence
- Hybrid piecing – combining hand and machine piecing
- Design Ideas with the Bonus Shapes
– fussy cutting the center
- Fussy Cutting with Inklingo on QuiltingHub
- Setting ideas
– with the free shape collection
– with LeMoyne Star blocks
– using all 3 sizes in one quilt
– Castle Wall in New Zealand
– Fussy Cut Castle Wall with LeMoyne Stars
- Electric Quilt Project Files
- Monkey’s Cheat Sheets and more!
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