Clue # 3 for the Inklingo mystery quilt is ready for you!
It’s time to start sewing. We have great leads for you.
DOWNLOAD CLUE # 3 NOW
The Case of the Secret Garden Clue # 3
Free PDF (6 pages, 1.1 MB)
Note: The page numbering starts at 18, because Clue # 2 ended with page 17.
As usual, green text in the PDF is clickable, so you may prefer to view the PDF on your computer instead of printing.
We are taking the mystery out of Inklingo with the COTSG quilt.
The mystery quilt is perfect for Inklingo beginners, but not designed for beginning quilters. (The blocks are only 6 inches with small pieces and curves.)
I have made a correction to the diagram in Clue # 2, page 13, because you can cut the FP 7.5 x 12.25 instead of 8 x 12.5. It does not make any difference to the fabric requirements. See the note on page 22 of Clue # 3.
EVIDENCE ALREADY IN THE CASE FILE
- COTSG Clue # 1
- COTSG Clue # 2
- How to Rotary Cut Curves (video)
- New York Wheel Shape Collection
(Still on sale for $20. Oh my goodness!)
- Inklingo Sunflower Quilt Design Book (free with NY Wheel)
- Top Ten Tutes (tutorials)
- Print Checklists
If you have questions, please ask. A good detective knows how to interrogate.
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Here it is again: The Case of the Secret Garden Clue # 3
Free PDF (6 pages, 1.1 MB, begins with page 17)
Sometimes being an informant is a good thing, so please tell your friends about the mystery!
Linda & Monkey
New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Quick Start (Always FREE.) There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.
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6 thoughts on “The Case of the Secret Garden Clue # 3”
Now it’s really getting to be fun. I have this week’s clue all printed. I am so very glad you posted the video on rotary cutting curves — I know I’ll have this week’s printing cut and ready to stitch in no time thanks to it!
I did get in finally. Ready to start sewing.
Hi Bruce, I’ve tested all of the links and they all work. Clue # 3 should open a new tab in your browser for the PDF. Please refresh your browser and try again. If it doesn’t work, please let me know what browser you are using and I will check into it. (I use Firefox.) Hugs,
Linda & Monkey
The shortcut to clue 3 is just taking me to a dead space.