More Inklingo Drunkard’s Trail Quilts

When we added the Drunkard’s Trail last month, we showed you a few quilt designs, but there are many more.

My non-Inklingo “life” interfered and I forgot to show you these! Oops!

This one looks like trails to me. It could be a great race track for little cars!

Imagine if all those paths were made up of dozens of different yellow fabrics. Scrappy is always a fave.


Could those be flowers with a white picket fence? Shades of pink and purple with green?

The blocks are set on point with the Inklingo 6 inch On-Point shape collection. Isn’t it funny how this design requires the on-point triangles to make it look like a straight set?

There is no sashing, but the white space creates that effect. Hmmm.  How does that work?


Two sizes, three colors. Do you see the smiling eyes? Very modern, a fun design for kids.


New Gallery of Quilts 

There are too many more to show here, so I added a gallery of Drunkard’s Trail quilts on the website with images larger than these.

. . . and more on the website.

I hope these designs and the Drunkard’s Trail Electric Quilt project file (free download for EQ5, EQ6, or EQ7) will help you map out a trail of your own.

There are other designs on the blog too (searchable).

Why would you wander down a Drunkard’s Trail?

Whatever you design, your Drunkard’s Trail will be easier to cut and sew with the lines printed on the fabric with Inklingo, don’t you think?

Thank you for visiting. I hope you are inspired to have a great weekend with fabric!

Linda & Monkey

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5 thoughts on “More Inklingo Drunkard’s Trail Quilts”

  1. Oh, my word! The first design is almost hypnotic! I specially like layout 6–the one with red ‘outline’–it makes me think of lava flows, and lots of hot colored fabrics. They are all very fun, though. Thank you for sharing so much fresh inspiration, Linda, and Monkey. 🙂


  2. Interesting how the “floral” design could look very traditional with the right choice of fabrics and the “smiling eyes” very contemporary.
    Great inspiration for those who get this collection.


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