There are three new Inklingo shape collections with all of the templates you need for a Pine Cone Quilt.
ABOUT PINE CONE QUILTS
Pine Cone is an old design.
It can look completely new when it is split into 4 parts and . . .
. . . Inklingo has made it easier to sew too.
This was Russ`s favorite.
I decided to break the block into four parts when I realized how many more design possibilities it created.
The quarter blocks created so many new settings that. . .
. . . I decided we need a new design book too.
NEW DESIGN BOOK
There are 18 worksheets in the Pine Cone Design Book to help you plan your own variation.
The ideas keep coming.
I want to play some more with this one.
I think you will want to start with the Inklingo Pine Cone Quilt Design Book—FREE for a limited time—and then choose the sizes that appeal to you.
Design books have the “how to” and the shape collections have the shapes to print.
Four 4.5 inch Pine Cones make a 9 inch block.
Four 6 inch Pine Cones make a 12 inch block
Four 9 inch Pine Cones make an 18 inch block.
There is more detail about the new shapes on the website (click on the covers) and on the Main Pine Cone Quilt Design Page under the Shop tab on the website.
If you are new to Inklingo, please start on the Main Beginner’s Page. The free shape collection includes the first chapter of The Inklingo Handbook (pages H5 – H48) and some great shapes to print on fabric.
There is so much more to say about these great shapes but I will save that for later.
Stay home. Stay safe. Print and sew!
Thank you for visiting.
Linda & Monkey