All kinds of diamonds are more fun to sew when you print the shapes on fabric. Inklingo gives you precision corners and a choice of layouts for appropriate straight grain.

Print diamonds on fabric

Goodbye, templates! Just print, cut, and sew.

This is the Main Diamonds Page. (More “Main Pages”) There are at least 85 PDFs with Inklingo diamonds!

All prices are in US dollars.

Print diamonds on fabric

Inklingo has all the angles covered in the Index of Shapes!

45° Diamonds are used for 8-pointed stars like LeMoyne Stars and others. You can print 45° diamonds with the Diamond Triangle Square shape collection—free!

60° Diamonds are used for 6-pointed stars.

53.5° Diamonds are used for Storm At Sea.

72° Diamonds are used in the Jane Austen Patchwork.

The other angles are favorites of Willyne Hammerstein in her Millefiori Quilts books.

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Use the website’s Search Feature at the top of every page to find more info about diamonds.

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Take advantage of the FREE Inklingo Shape Collection to see how easy it is to sew diamonds. The free collection even includes the first chapter of The Inklingo Handbook, “Printing with Inklingo,” so you can start printing right away.

From beginner to professional, I think you will love diamonds too!

1. Exciting Designs

Follow any pattern or use the time you save to create exciting settings and color combinations.
45°, 53.5°, 60°, 72° and other diamonds are easier to cut and sew with Inklingo than with templates or other methods.

2. Simple to Decide How Much Fabric

There are diagrams in every shape collection which show how many shapes you can cut from a yard of fabric.

3. Easy to Cut

No measuring. No templates. Use a rotary cutter or scissors. No expensive
cutting machines required—and there are stitching lines and matching marks printed on every shape!

There is often a choice of several layouts to use fabric efficiently and to give a choice of straight grain.

4. A Choice of methods, hand or machine

How to Sew Kaleidoscope Stars
There other videos on YouTube which will help you sew diamonds with Inklingo—
If you want to sew by machine, it is a good idea to choose the larger sizes.

5. Fussy Cut

There are TWO methods of Fussy Cutting with Inklingo. See the tutorials on the All About Inklingo blog.

6. Print scraps and Jelly Rolls

Monkey shows you how to print on Jelly Rolls on the All About Inklingo blog.

7. Lessons and videos (tab)

There are tutorials under the Top Ten Tutes tab and more, like How to Sew a LeMoyne Star.

The blog archives are searchable and you can subscribe to receive an email
whenever a new article is added.

8. 8 Good Ways to Use Inklingo for EPP!

English Paper Piecing Rescue is one of the most popular pages on the

Sewing with a running stitch is more portable, more fun, more precise, and
faster! And the stitches don’t show on the front!

However, if English Paper Piecing is the method you love, there are 8 good
ways to use Inklingo!

“I have done several projects with EPP using hexagon and 60 degree
diamonds, it’s easy to take with you, but I now prefer the Inklingo method as you can get started quicker. I am enjoying tumbling blocks and keep it ready for when I go on holiday.” Daphne in England

9. Even more reasons!

  • Some quilters want to cut with scissors.
  • Quilters love the accuracy of perfectly printed shapes without measuring.
  • Quilters love having matching marks and stitching lines on every piece, so they can hand piece when they are on the go, and machine piece when
    they need speed.
  • Quilters love the way Inklingo helps them use scraps.
  • Quilters love the way Inklingo helps them estimate how much yardage to buy.

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