Print the shapes for Bonnie Hunter’s Celtic Solstice Mystery on fabric instead of using triangle rulers and templates.
Sew with a running stitch or sew by machine or both (hybrid).
Print the the shapes for Bonnie Hunter’s Celtic Solstice Mystery on fabric so you can sew with a running stitch or sew by machine.
PDF DOWNLOAD – SHAPES + WORKSHEETS 25.9 MB
System Requirements – Windows or Mac with Adobe Reader (not a phone or tablet) and any ordinary color Inkjet printer or all-in-one.
This shape collection PDF includes all of the shapes for Bonnie’s Celtic Sostice Mystery (2013).
ABOUT THE SHAPES (You might already have them.)
Many of these shapes are available in other Inklingo shape collections. For example, Storm At Sea 9 inch includes all of these shapes except the parallelograms. Check the Index of Shapes under the Support tab to compare with what you already have.
The shapes in this collection are all very versatile, so you will find them useful for many other projects even after your mystery quilt is finished!
Bonnie’s mysteries are always fun. This time, Bonnie and I have worked together to make it even better by including more quilters!
“I have finished piecing my Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt. Turned out PERFECT thanks to you, Monkey and Inklingo :-). You have made me a much, much, much better quilter. And I enjoy quilting much more now as well. Thanks again.” – Hannelore in MI
“I have just started using Inklingo for Bonnie’s Celtic Soltice which is my first mystery quilt and I wanted to let you know how impressed I am with your system! The dog ears and your written and video instructions are so well thought out and the cheat sheets are a great help as well.” – Vicki in BC, Canada
Will you sew the mystery?
Inklingo includes even more quilters. With the optional Inklingo shape collection, everyone can enjoy the fun this time!
- Quilters who speed sew by machine.
- Quilters who need some easy, portable hand piecing over the holidays.
- Quilters who rotary cut for speed—without measuring!
- Quilters who need or want to use scissors for whatever reason.
- Quilters who work scrappy in order to use up a stash.
- Quilters who want to use fresh new yardage.
- Quilters who have never used Inklingo before.
- Quilters who use Inklingo already but who want to learn new tips.
When you print the shapes on fabric with Inklingo, you do not need special rulers.
Just print, cut, and sew! (Or print, sew, and cut!)
This shape collection does not include instructions because it is a mystery. There is a separate, free PDF available for each clue. (Link from the tab above.)
My fabric choices and Bonnie’s are good inspiration. You might find it easier to choose fabric if you see what we are using, so you can feel confident about your choices.
A Choice of Methods
You can sew some seams by hand and some by machine, thanks to the precise lines printed on the fabric.
“I am very happy to say that I have finally mastered the Inklingo technique and I am a happy, happy quilter. I have printed and cut all the pieces for Celtic Solstice (which I have re-named Celtic Equinox—since it won\’t be done before spring). I am currently sewing my half square triangles together for pinwheels using sew the whole piece before cutting technique & I have to say I impressed the hell out of the quilters I sewed with on Thursday! Thanks again for your encouragement & for the very cool Inklingo system.” – Tish in Ontario
Love the lines. Quilt more!
Clues for the Mystery (including Videos)
Celtic Solstice Inklingo Clue 06
Settings (includes EQ project files)
Celtic Solstice Inklingo Clue 05
Birds in the Air Triangle Units
Celtic Solstice Inklingo Clue 04
Celtic Solstice Inklingo Clue 03
(half square triangles)
Celtic Solstice Inklingo Clue 02
Chevron Units (video above)
Celtic Solstice Inklingo Clue 01
Triangle Units (video above)