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The Case of the Diamond Necklace COTDN mystery quilt

This is it! I hope you like the Case of the Diamond Necklace as much as I do!

The suspense is over. This is the final scene. Of course, just like any good mystery, there is one final plot twist in Clue # 8.

COTDN Clue # 8 (10 pages, PDF to download)

 

Introduction to Inklingo

If you are new to the site, please watch the video on the Welcome to Inklingo page on the website. It will help you get started printing on fabric.

 

Print diamonds on fabric

I hope you have been telling your friends about how you print on fabric for the COTDN mystery quilt. It is for beginners AND for experienced Inklingo quilters.

 

The Case of the Diamond Necklace Mystery Quilt COTDN

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We have covered some dazzling info in the mystery clues! You should have become more familiar with the resources on the website and the two methods of fussy cutting that we use with Inklingo.

You should be confident that you can sew ANY pieced hexagon with a running stitch, no matter what the shapes and no matter whether the shapes are available from Inklingo.

By the way, the clues for the Case of the Secret Garden (COTSG) and the Case of the Stranger in Margaritaville (COTSIM) are still on the blog, and they are great for beginners too.

 

The Case of the Diamond Necklace Mystery Quilt

I can hardly wait to see and share your mystery quilts too! Thank you for being part of the adventure.

Linda & Monkey

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New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Main Beginner’s Page  There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

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7 Responses to “The Case of the Diamond Necklace – Clue # 8”

  1. Had to drop into the slow lane to finish piecing this, but the layout is lovely. Would be so hard to put together without inklingo!

  2. Linda says:

    Dear Driveway Barb,
    Thank you! What a fabulous reaction!
    I am delighted that you learned some new things while you were sewing the mystery clues. When I was designing the quilt, I was thinking about what techniques each little change would allow me to teach.
    I think the decision to allow every quilt to have a different center made it more fun too.

  3. Linda says:

    Thank you, Betsy! I want to see photos of yours too, okay?

  4. Betsy Cobbs says:

    This mystery is sooooooo beautiful!! I am just getting started on mine and will keep you posted as I go! I know that all of your excellent clues will help me with every step along the way. Thank you Linda and Monkey!!

  5. What fun, Linda and Monkey! I enjoyed every step of the way and even as a “seasoned” Inklingoist, I learned some new things! I used your instructions to the letter to make individual window templates for fussy cutting my center block. And what a cool way to make each quilt unique, but giving us instructions to make that center block our own. I hate for the clues to end…… can we have a new mystery soon? Can’t wait to stitch my whole quilt together!

  6. Linda says:

    Thank you, Cathi! I’m glad you enjoyed it. I hope you will be sharing photos soon!

  7. Cathi says:

    What a great mystery quilt this has been! Thank you, Linda and Monkey!!

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