23 October 2012

Setting blocks

Remember the Inklingo Sampler blog?
It started out with lots of 5 and 6" blocks, with a few blocks that were larger than 6". Now, with the arrival of the brand new Inklingo 12" Hunter's Star collection, and the trapezoid shape found there, you can set a number of differenet block-sizes, both on point and on straight, and still have a uniform expression to the quilt.

... it also has the added bonus, that even a quite small number of smallish blocks, can become a big quilt with a fairly small effort.

I'll try to show you some options over the next two posts. And yes, I'm splitting it up into multiple posts, because if I didn't, this would be one, monster-post.

To whet your interest, here is a picture of some blocks using the settings I'll try to make a write-up for in the next couple of days.

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Cyn said...

Really nice idea, Tilde. Can't wait to see what you do with it.

Linda and Monkey said...

Yeah! You're back! It is great to see you online again!

Anonymous said...

I always look forward to your blog posts Tilde. This series will be especially nice.
~Jillian in North Dakota

Frummie said...

You have been missed.

This looks like fun. I still have the blocks. Maybe now I will put them together...LOL


Frummie, in VERY cold S. Florida
60 degrees