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Canadian Monkey

All of Canada was watching Olympic hockey early this morning, including Monkey.

I hope you have some Inklingo shapes printed and ready to sew if you intend to watch TV all day long. The hockey is over, but we’ve still got Downton Abbey and the Olympic Closing Ceremonies today!

Printing shapes is fast, so there is still time to get something ready.

Our new Inklingo Print Checklists will help you get organized.

 

Inklingo Print Checklist

The 3 winter checklists include a new Castle Wall block, ice hockey, and some flowers—because Monkey and I are looking forward to spring.

 

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The winner will be announced on the first day of spring, March 20.

You don’t have to wait until spring to start inklingoing because there are FREE shapes too.  Quick Start Guide

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Linda & Monkey

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4 Responses to “Inklingo Winter Print Checklists”

  1. Debbie Cossins says:

    Just love your products. So fun to hand sew and watch tv.

  2. lou says:

    we absolutely need more inklingo in magazines! It is so much easier to work on inklingo than cross stitch, embroidery, or knitting while I enjoy the tv in the winter and the shade in the summer!
    I think I may be brave enough to start POTC soon.
    Hi, Linda!
    Lou

  3. Fern says:

    What pretty checklists! I am working on my inklingo pieced hexagons right now. Remarkably easy after the challenge of Lucy Boston’s Patchwork of the Crosses. So many inklingo projects on my checklist! Thanks Linda and Monkey! Fern

  4. Deb Nydegger says:

    Thanks for all your awesome helps! I’m still plugging away with the Celtic Solstice, but I’m amazed at how much help it is to have the cheat sheets and sheets to have by the sewing machine to refer to.
    Hey, I’m curious if you’ve chosen your backing and binding fabric for your Celtic Solstice quilt (using Winters Lane fabrics)? I’d love to see what color you’re going to go with. I’m thinking I might use a minky backing, but I’ll decide when I get everything pieced together. Have a great week – stay warm!! Deb

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