Inklingo Online Resources Part 3

Inklingo on YouTube

Inklingo Online Resources include dozens of videos on YouTube and this week we added a new one.


How to Open Inklingo PDFs


You don’t have to be a geek to use Inklingo to print on fabric!

Almost all quilters download and open an Inklingo PDF within 10 or 15 minutes of placing their very first order. This video summarizes the three steps in only 84 seconds. Cool, eh?

I am available for “tech support” too.

It is necessary to have copy protection but it is as simple and friendly as possible, so you can spend more time sewing!


Introduction to Inklingo


Once you have opened your first PDF, you will want to watch the video on the Welcome to Inklingo page on the website and follow the step by step instructions for printing your first sheet of fabric.


Inklingo Main Beginner's Page

Main Beginner’s Page

I always recommend starting with the FREE Diamond Triangle Square shape collection ($20 value) because it includes the first chapter of The Inklingo Handbook (pages H5 – H48) and some great shapes to print on fabric.


Print on fabric with your Inkjet!

You can print a “combo” like this or print the triangles, diamonds, and squares separately with the FREE Diamond Triangle Square shape collection ($20 value.)


Inklingo is all about making quilting more accessible. I designed Inklingo so you don’t need any special equipment or ink. All you need is a computer—either Windows or Mac—free Adobe Reader software, and an Inkjet printer.

Inklingo quilters spend very little time on the computer or printing compared to the amount of time they spend choosing fabric and sewing.

Printing is the fastest way to get everything ready to sew!


Inklingo on YouTube


There are dozens of Inklingo Videos on YouTube. I recently organized them into Playlists to make it easier to find the one you want.

You are welcome to share my videos with your friends or on your blog. Of course, I love it if you give a video a thumbs up on YouTube too!

Are you missing out on the latest news?

Inklingo at home

There are fresh photos on Facebook almost every day.


Facebook is usually quilting related but I share other photos too.

Please share photos of your Inklingo blocks! You can email them to me or post directly to the Inklingo Facebook page.


Inklingo on Facebook

You do NOT have to have a Facebook account to see what I post there if you go directly to

Just because you have liked the Inklingo Facebook Page does NOT mean Facebook will show you what I post, so you might want to visit directly every once in a while too.

It is more fun for everyone if you share your photos online!

I have an idea for Part 4 of this series and there are new shapes coming too. If you want to be notified, please subscribe (top of right sidebar).

In the meantime, just in case you missed them:

It is a beautiful Saturday here with temps in the 50s! It doesn’t feel like November 2016 at all . . . maybe because I’m experiencing 1529 in Wolf Hall with a needle and thread.

Linda & Monkey


New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Main Beginner’s Page  There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

$10 Coupon! 10 Year Anniversary Special on the handbook

25 Signs YOU are an Inklingo Quilter

Inklingo on Facebook

2 thoughts on “Inklingo Online Resources Part 3”

  1. Thank you, Patrick! It is a good thought. The largest Inklingo Log Cabin shape collection (so far) uses 1 inch logs. I agree that there should be a few larger sizes too. 🙂 On the list.

  2. Thanks for sending me the updates on your blog. I’ve just finished a log cabin lap top quilt and will be putting everything together tonight. I wish you made strips, 2 1/2 inches long because they would be perfect for the log cabin but I can also see that they’re just a measurement away from measuring, cutting and sewing them together.

    Just a thought but a good thought anyway. Thanks again and have a nice weekend.


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