Clamshells are HOT! Monkey and I couldn’t resist preparing a shape collection for sashing.
If you like Clamshells, you will love this.
I don’t know anyone who would tackle this without Inklingo nowadays, but a very famous set of Clamshell bed hangings with sashing was made in about 1730. It is in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Search for item number 242-1908 on the V & A web site. You can also see it in Kaffe Fassett’s Museum Quilts (2005) on pages 44-49.
The effect of the curves is lovely, and it is a very unusual design.
It even presses well.
This is definitely one that will impress your friends, especially if they don’t know about Inklingo yet.
NEW TO INKLINGO?
If you’ve stumbled onto the blog and want to learn more about Inklingo, start here with the free shape collection and click on “Quick Start.”
Inklingo really is the quilting tool we’ve always wanted.
You probably need to see the main Inklingo Clamshell page on inklingo.com too.
We have more plans for Clamshells, but this should keep you busy for a little while!
Linda & Monkey
PS If you search for Clamshell (top of the window), you can collect all of the Clamshell messages in the blog archives on one page.