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Bonnie Hunter's Celtic Solstice Mystery   WELCOME BACK, DETECTIVES!

Inklingo Celtic Solstice Mystery

Happy New Year! This is it!

You can see Bonnie’s huge Celtic Solstice quilt on the bed on the Quiltville Quips & Snips blog!

Bonnie also provides notes for assembling the quilt top, adding the plain borders, and even the quilting design.

 

Inklingo Celtic Solstice Variation

Inklingo Clue # 6 (PDF download, 13 pages) includes 9 different variations.

 

Celtic Solstice 3 blocks

And they all use the same three blocks!

 

Inklingo Bonnie Hunter Celtic Solstice Clue 06

The Inklingo PDF for Celtic Solstice Clue # 6 shows how amazing the units in this design look in different colors.

There is also an Electric Quilt project file, so you can play with the shapes and see how the blocks will look your colors!.

 

Design-Seeds.com

If you haven’t chosen your colors yet, Design-Seeds.com is a great source of color inspiration. You can subscribe to get an email every day. (Free, no affiliation.)

When you see something you like, you can play with color in Electric Quilt until you get a combination that makes your heart sing.

If you know you will love it, you are more likely to finish.

Free Diamond Triangles Square Shape Collection

Love the lines. Quilt more!

Thanks to Bonnie Hunter, many quilters are learning how to print on fabric with Inklingo.

We love Bonnie’s enthusiasm for quilting and appreciate the way she has included more quilters by making the Inklingo Celtic Solstice Shape Collection available.

Most of all, we appreciate Bonnie’s friendship.

 

Inklingo prints shapes on fabric with your Inkjet

ARE YOU READY TO LEARN HOW TO PRINT ON FABRIC?

  1. Please follow the Quick Start Guide on the website!
    We always recommend starting with the FREE  Diamond/Triangle/Square Shape Collection, so there are no surprises when you buy something. The first chapter of The Inklingo Handbook is included with the free shapes! See pages H5-H48.
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  2. DOWNLOAD the FREE Inklingo Celtic Solstice PDF for Clue 06. (13 pages, 1.74 MB) You can catch up on Clue 01, 02, 03, 04 and 05 too, if you like.
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  3. Order and download Bonnie’s Celtic Solstice Shape Collection ($20).

NOTE  Bonnie’s Shape Collection is at a special low price but only until January 3. You have a day or two to play with the FREE shape collection before you make a decision.

Bonnie’s Celtic Solstice Shape Collection includes all of the shapes for all of the clues.

Summary of the Clues for Bonnie’s Celtic Solstice

Are You Subscribed?

Monkey and I will be back with more design ideas using the shapes in the Inklingo Celtic Solstice Shape Collection. If you don’t want to miss anything, you can subscribe to get an email when there anything new (top of right sidebar) and you should subscribe to  Bonnie’s Quiltville Quips & Snips blog too!

We hope you have enjoyed Bonnie’s mystery as much as we have. Thank you for joining in the fun. I’m glad we have met and hope you will visit here often.

Happy New Year! We hope 2014 is the best year yet for sewing happiness!

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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11 Responses to “Bonnie Hunter’s Celtic Solstice Mystery – Inklingo Clue 06”

  1. Sandy S says:

    Linda, your colour selection and fabric is just beautiful. I love it. Thank you so much for the EQ files to play with. Perfect thing for auditioning fabric choices for the 2nd Celtic Soltice quilt!

  2. […] What might distract me? Well, it will be redoing the four-patch blocks for the Celtic Solstice mystery quilt. I laid out the two blocks and immediately realized that the blue and yellow four patches are just way too strong and overwhelming. I’m going to audition some other fabrics for the four patches. Once I sort that out, I’ll either get the replacement four patches made or perhaps substitute a plain 3″ square, make the rest of the units and then I’ll use a different layout altogether – perhaps one of the alternate arrangements shown in the Inklingo Clue 6. […]

  3. anne de beir says:

    bonjour;j’ai entendu,ce matin à la radio,qu’il faisait tres froid chez vous,j’espère que vous pouvez vous protéger et que cela ne sera pas trop long! je pense beaucoup à vous,je vous souhaite bon courage;merci pour tous vos modèles,pouvez vous encore travailler? amitié sincère;Anne

  4. Cathie D says:

    What a wonderful surprise for the new year!
    Thanks so much for the CS Collection for this mystery…I have loved doing my Scottish Celtic Solstice with Inklingo…I guess my printer dying wasn’t at such a terrible time after-all. Now I have some time to find one that will work with Inklingo.
    Hope you Monkey and Russ have a wonderful New Year

  5. Cyn in S Calif says:

    Thank you Linda and Monkey for all your hard work. It’s been wonderful reading tips from both you and Bonnie. I’m especially thankful for the One Page Guides…these are brilliant and sew helpful. Have had a ton of fun learning Birds in the Air 2 at a time! Never saw that before and I’ve been quilting more than 60 years! Sew fun to learn new techniques.
    Thanks again and Happy New Year 2014 to you, Russ and Monkey. May we all have lots of time to Inklingo!

  6. linda-kaye says:

    Linda, I love the colors you and Monkey chose. Since this was my first mystery, I decided to go with yardage also. Maybe I’ll try scrappy next time, I just haven’t accumulated much of a stash yet. I’d like to thank you for posting all those variations that you did. Really opened my eyes to the possibilities! Thanks for accepting me on the CS FB page, I had a ball reading all the posts! And learned so much! Happy New Year!

  7. Pat says:

    Thank you Linda, putting this together thus far has been totally easy with Inklingo. Stayed up to watch the old year out and ring in the new sewing four patches. What a joy! The instructions from Bonnie and you made this as easy as it could possibly be. Happy New Year and I hope it is peace filled for you!

  8. Anne-Carter Carrington says:

    Your colors are beautiful! What an inspiration!

  9. Jillian says:

    O MY!!! Linda you are amazing. Your instructions, your one-page guides, your support through this Mystery have been wonderful. Thank you so much. Looking forward to more beautiful Inklingo quilts.

    I say again, if it weren’t for Inklingo, I wouldn’t be quilting…

    ~Jillian in North Dakota

  10. Debbie S says:

    Thank you Linda for such great instructions and help with this wonderful mystery! I’ve learned so much from you and Bonnie and all the fellow mystery quilters. What fun this has been! One mystery under my belt (almost!) and looking forward to many more.

    Hugs!
    Debbie

  11. Cathi says:

    Oh, Linda — what a fabulous set of layouts in this clue!! I love all the different options you’ve given us! This has been a real delight — I have learned some fabulous new techniques thanks to your amazing one-page guides and I think I’m going to have a quilt I’ll treasure!!

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