The new Inklingo Castle Wall shape collections create amazing design possibilities.
It uses these blocks alternating in horizontal rows.
What if we replace the LeMoyne Star with the block on the left, which is made with exactly the same shapes?
Voilà! I like this too!
Does it help to see them side by side?
Inklingo makes it so fast and simple to prepare the shapes and sew the blocks that we can spend more time perfecting the design!
Join the journey down this road to the Castle with us!
Mickey posted about getting started with Inklingo at mdquilts.com today.
I love it that she fesses up that she jumped in without reading any stinkin’ instructions. LOL It makes everything harder but she still fell in love with Inklingo! How cool is that?
Now, instead of reading mine, she is writing some of her own. Life is good. I love seeing how she is explaining it.
Now you have at least 4 ways to start inklingoing!
- Without any stinkin’ instructions. Harder, seems to be popular. LOL
(You’ll get there eventually.)
- Following Mickey’s blog. (Definitely looks as if it will be fun!)
- Following the Inklingo Guided Tour. (Monkey’s video and PDF.)
- Following the Quick Start Guide. (Too obvious?)
Maybe you prefer a combination approach.
Let the fun begin!
Or, write your own instructions!
Buy The Inklingo Handbook first and use the $10 coupon code when you buy Castle Wall. That’s what Monkey would do.
You can see how Cathi fussy cut some crazy cats and used one of the Castle Wall bonus shapes on Quilt Obsession today too. Have you made your first block yet?
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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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