Millefiori Quilts

You can make Willyne’s exquisite designs with Inklingo. Printing the shapes on fabric makes these complex settings possible for more quilters.

Use the search bar (above) to find articles about each of the designs.

This is the Main Millefiori Quilts Page. (More “Main Pages”)

All prices are in US dollars.

Print on fabric instead of using templates. It’s portable, accurate, and fun.

“I can’t even imagine doing these quilts without Inklingo.” Aileen in Illinois

“Inklingo made it possible for me to do the Millefiori quilts! I am getting ready to start my 3rd, and I would never have done any of them without Inklingo!” Erin in Virginia

Every step is easier with Inklingo.

Love the lines. Quilt more!

These videos use Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses as an example but all of the info also applies to the designs in the Millefiori Quilts books.

January 2020 – How to combine hand and machine piecing.

January 2020 – Two methods of fussy cutting with Inklingo.

January 2020 – Why freezer paper templates are better than acrylic templates.

This video was recorded live on Facebook in February 2018 and added to YouTube in December 2018. Details on the blog. 

The quilts in the Millefiori books are not just for quilters who like
English Paper Piecing.

Willyne hand pieces with a running stitch—and NOT English Paper
Piecing, as I originally thought. MessyJesse took a class from Willyne
Hammerstein and shares photos on her blog.

“I have been brainwashed recently into thinking I needed to EPP everything (hurts my hands) or buy expensive templates! I really enjoyed your post on why they aren’t necessary!” Elaine in England

Why I Don’t Sell Acrylic Templates

On the other hand, there are 8 Good Ways to Use Inklingo for EPP if that is
the method you prefer.

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