Lucy Boston

By: Quilted Diamonds  09-12-2011

Why quilters love Inklingo for POTC

Patchwork of the Crosses

My pattern book for The Patchwork of the Crosses (POTC) was prepared with the gracious assistance of Diana Boston (Lucy Boston's daughter-in-law), and is illustrated with photographs by Julia Hedgecoe.

1. Choice of Methods

2. Fussy Cutting!

How to Fussy Cut with Inklingo in less than 3 minutes 

3. Wonderful blocks by Inklingo quilters

4. The obsession!

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There is a simple test page with all 20 Inklingo ink colors, so you can test to be sure that the ink in your printer will wash out, and that a color does not show through the front. It allows you to cut with scissors, or cut several layers at a time with a rotary cutter. When it is ironed to freezer paper, it goes through a printer safely, just like paper. When you discover the benefits of Inklingo as a quilting tool.


Quilted Diamonds

I often recommend that quilters start hand piecing with Quilted Diamonds 2 (the second book) because it is so easy to learn from the demonstrations on the DVD. For a pattern for a replica quilt, please see the Inklingo pages.


Jane Austen

Inklingo’s precise lines for stitching and cutting—perfectly printed on the fabric by the hundreds—make it easier than they could have imagined in the early 1800s. Quilters love having matching marks and stitching lines on every piece, so they can hand piece when they are on the go, and machine piece when they need speed. No expensive cutting machines required—and there are stitching lines and matching marks printed on every shape.