I cut pieces for the one on the left, but after laying them out, I realized that this one will not work for me. I want all of my blocks to have "star-points" in them, so I will rework the block, cutting other pieces to use.
Here is what I have chosen to do with the Inklingo Castle Walls design. I have so many red and white fabrics I have collected, that I thought this might be a good way to use some of them. You will find this collection, along with so many others at the Inklingo site.
By the way, you should check out Inklingo's blog entry on pressing these blocks (and all blocks) to see how wonderfully flat you can get all those intersections using Linda's instructions.
I am a long-time quilting enthusiast, making my first quilt in 1985. I grew up sewing, thanks to an amazing seamstress mother. I learned to make my own clothes at an early age, eventually making clothes for my family.
I do love to create beautiful quilts. You are welcome to join me as I share my quilting experiences.