Quilters’ Comments


“I must say, I was only expecting the usual pattern (you know, being printed on two sides of one 8.5 x 11 piece of paper folded in half), but I was really blown away with the 12-PAGE Inklingo-able pattern I got (instantly! by the way)! I have never seen a pattern so well integrated with Inklingo, and I think there should be a lot more of these.

The Chintz Circles pattern instructions are clear, the pictures and diagrams are wonderful and helpful, and there are useful tips for the Inklingo side as well as for organizing the fabrics, hand piecing, stitching order, pressing--even a suggested way to quilt it! I love the inclusion of Monkey's Cheat Sheet too - where it includes fabric requirements for using Yardage or, if using scraps, the amount of each color needed for one block (and the FP size too)!”

“I could have used this pattern – Alabama Beauty – when I was making my quilt.  It gives instructions on how to construct the block, clearly labels each piece throughout the pattern not to mention a great diagram for the stitching sequence.  The pattern is written in a way that you can really learn something.  I think seeing how the block is put together and stitched is invaluable.  Practically a skill to take away with you.”

“Your pattern is very comprehensive.  It is clearly written and illustrated. I like that you have links to Linda's tips, etc. 

I liked your prepared 'monkey's cheat' chart and that you provided for one block too, which meant I didn't have to spend time deciding my fabric for the whole quilt.  I liked your tips on preparing FPs.  I liked the layout of the different sections.  Very clear. As well as being a great project/pattern, your pattern is also a great tutorial.  There is just so much in it!”

“I downloaded your pattern and wanted you to know it is very well done. Printed fabric and today started hand piecing a sample block. Your instructions are very clear and monkey's cheat sheet is a real time saver. Brilliant.”

“Your Pink Ice pattern is fantastic! It is not just a pattern - it is a booklet. Everyone should get this and use it with the free collection - what a deal!”