Triangles for Snowballs with Inklingo

Tilde’s wonderful Inklingo Sampler Blog adds instructions for a new block design every Friday, and this week’s block requires squares with triangles on the corners. This little video (2 minutes) was prepared to show you how easy it is with Inklingo.

The cool thing is that with Inklingo there is no measuring to cut the triangles (just cut on the printed line), no weird tools, and no paper to pick off after stitching.  I think you will love machine piecing the Inklingo way!

Tilde tells me that this little Inklingo tip will be useful for the next few Inklingo Sampler blocks with triangles too.  This method is illustrated in the free PDF of  Triangle Tips on inklingo.com (16 pages) and in The Inklingo Handbook.

We are having beautiful, sunny, crisp October weather in Burlington.  I can see a cascade of bright blue morning glories and pots of deep red mums  from where I sit at the computer.  The leaves are just beginning to change color.  I am looking forward to our first wood fire of the season and some time to stitch a few triangles this weekend.

Thank you for visiting the blog. Stay tuned this weekend for at least one new Inklingo collection too.  (Wish me luck!)

Linda & Monkey

6 thoughts on “Triangles for Snowballs with Inklingo”

  1. Hi Linda, Just wanted to let you know how much I have enjoyed your site and I am on line daily. Just to see what is new, people who cannot get out of their homes, are Blessed by people like you. Since I can not shop nor get out of home much, I feel like your site is just next door.
    All the ladies are lovely and helpful, that is a bigger plus too. A lot of groups at not as helpful as your group. NO question is dumb to anyone, every question I ask is answered.
    Thank you again for passing on your gift to others, this week I will began my POTC block. Just hope mine will be just as nice as everyone else’s.
    Bless you Linda and know, that you have given so many people hope, that they can do Quilting and not just on sewing machines. I have always done my Quilting by hand and love it. My friends use sewing machines to get it done quicker. I find it very helpful, for people in pain all of the time. Each stitch I take helps me to be calm and my pain is less by sewiing.
    Best regards your friend, Ruby from Summy Florida

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  2. Wonderful video Linda! I’ve downloaded the free Triangle Tips pdf. Thank you so much! Monkey, it was so nice to see your handsome, lovable face 🙂

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  3. Thank you for the triangle tips – Inklingo never ceases to amaze me. What a perfect way to get a snowball or square in a square to come out exactly as needed.

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  4. I LOVE THE VIDEO. ON OUR YAHOO GROUP, BASKET CASE QUILTERS, I TOLD ALL 114 MEMBERS ABOUT YOUR FREE LEMOYNE STAR. I BELIEVE THE BLOCK WILL BE FOR DECEMBER OR JANUARY.
    THEY WERE TOLD TO SAY THANK YOU FROM A BASKET CASE IN THE COMMENT BOX.
    YOU ARE THE BEST, AND I THINK I LOVE YOU,
    FRUMMIE

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