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The first Inklingo NYB? ? ?  Hmmmm. Let me think. . .

Yes, there is a new shape collection today!

New York Beauty can be used to create very exciting quilt layouts.

This setting is “on-point” and uses the triangles in the Inklingo On-Point 6 inch shape collection.

There are books and online images showing NYB blocks used in very creative ways.

There are ideas everywhere, including the Inklingo Sunflower Quilt Design Book.

COMBO LAYOUTS

One of many very cool things about sewing NYB with Inklingo is the COMBO layouts.

Combo # 1 allows you to print ALL of the shapes for one NYB on a sheet of fabric 8.5 x 12.5 with your ordinary Inkjet printer.

Combo layouts save fabric and save time, and you can cut with a rotary cutter or scissors—your choice! Of course, you can also print the shapes separately or fussy cut with Inklingo.

We love Inklingo Combo layouts so much we included 7 different ones for NYB!

Monkey and I chose 8 fabrics, so we could mix and match to make 8 NYB.

THE FIRST INKLINGO NYB?

Really? The first?

Maybe not. New York Beauty is actually a variation of Sunflower—which was introduced more than a year ago.

EVEN BETTER NEWS!  

When you buy NYB, you also get the Sunflower Quilt Design Book for a nice round number—$0. (That’s zero.) Good deal, eh? (Details)

These new blocks can be used with the existing Inklingo Sunflower Shape Collections —or any time you need a 6 inch block.

More to come

Thank you for visiting. Stay tuned this week for more about NYB, including sample quilt layouts and an EQ5 Project File, okay?

CAUTION  The special sale price expires soon, but the addiction to making these lasts a long, long time.

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.

Inklingo for Beginners

Inklingo Quiz – Just for Fun!

9 Responses to “The First Inklingo New York Beauty”

  1. Be still my heart, you’ve done it again.

  2. OMG!!!! OMG!!!! OMG!!!!! I Can’t believe it!!!!! Thank You Thank You Thank you!!!!!!!! I just love you Linda!! You are the Queen!!!!!!

  3. Carol J says:

    Oh my gosh! Linda you have done it again! Thank you for such a lovely pattern – the wheels are turning… again! Hugs to you and Monkey!

  4. Donna Lucas says:

    I agree with Ruth! And the fabrics you chose are beautiful!!
    :-)

  5. Cathi says:

    This is so exciting!!! The possibilities are seemingly endless! Another seemingly difficult block made so simple thanks to Inklingo!

  6. Gail Auen says:

    This is wonderful!

  7. Claudia Hamann says:

    Beautiful!!! Can’t wait to try it.

  8. marie J' says:

    …Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!

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