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

I’ll be back again tomorrow with Clue # 3 for Bonnie Hunter’s Celtic Solstice Mystery, but first I just have to show you what my dear friend Mary has been sewing in Wisconsin!

 

Mary's Twirly Balls with Inklingo

12 inch block

Sewn by machine!

I am so impressed!

 

Mary's Twirly Balls with Inklingo

Mary is using the Inklingo Dresden Plate Fancy Shape Collection.

( Main Dresden Plate Page)

 

Mary's Twirly Balls with Inklingo

Mary’s background fabric is from French General. (Love it!)

 

Mary's Twirly Balls with Inklingo

Every point is perfect! By machine!

 

Mary's Twirly Balls with Inklingo

Mary doesn’t have a blog or a website but she is a whiz with Inklingo.

 

Mary's Inklingo Pinwheels

She is setting her “Twirly Balls” with Pinwheels for a pattern by Sue Garman based on an antique quilt.

MARY’S OTHER INKLINGO QUILTS

I think Mary may have finished more Inklingo quilts (quilted and bound) than anyone else and every single one is a masterpiece. We think you will be impressed:

 

Charlsey's Inklingo Sunflower Quilt (Antique inspiration)

Charlsey in Texas has also made a Sunflower quilt inspired by the same antique quilt with Inklingo, and you can see it on her blog too.

Charlsey used the Inklingo Sunflower Shape Collection instead of Dresden Plate Fancy Shape Collection.

How’s that for inspiration on a cold winter morning?

 

Free Diamond Triangles Square Shape Collection

Love the lines. Quilt more!

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Monkey and I will be back with Clue # 3 tomorrow morning. If you don’t want to miss anything, you can subscribe to get an email when there is more evidence (top of right sidebar) and you should subscribe to  Bonnie’s Quiltville Quips & Snips blog too!

Thank you, Mary! Thank you, Charlsey! I love being able to feature your Inklingo quilts here!

See you tomorrow!

Linda & Monkey

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10 Responses to “Mary’s Twirly Balls with Inklingo Dresden Plate”

  1. Tina says:

    I love this quilt and really want to add this to my list

  2. Fern says:

    Mary’s Twirly Balls are gorgeous! Simply amazing and stunning. Congratulations. Inklingo twirly balls are definitely on my to do list!

  3. Jeannette says:

    Absolutely gorgeous.

  4. Cathie D says:

    these are so wonderful~
    Love them Mary and thanks for sharing them with us Linda and Monkey
    Cathie D

  5. Karen says:

    I love those twirly blocks and have plans to make some of my own this coming year (I hope)

  6. Donna Lucas says:

    This is so beautiful! I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like it before!
    <3

  7. Cyn in S Calif says:

    Fantabulous!!

  8. Christa says:

    Just one word: WOW!

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