Use your ordinary Inkjet printer to print triangles on the wrong side of fabric with Inklingo!
Paper guides for triangles became popular because they provide stitching and cutting lines, and allow the stitching to be done before the bias seams are cut, improving accuracy. However, removing the paper is a time-consuming extra step and can distort the seams.
Inklingo gives us precise stitching and cutting guides on the fabric itself. Of course, if you want to print Inklingo triangles on paper, you can, but I don’t think you will want to when you have stitched the Inklingo way.
One fabric is printed to guide the stitching and cutting, and without measuring. Just choose the finished size.
See the video and free Triangle Tips file (under the Machine Piecing tab).
There are triangles in the free Shape Collection.
The Index of Shapes lists all of the triangles available now.