LIVE Inklingo Video Tonight!

Happy December!

We’re getting this month off to a great start.

Live Inklingo Video guest star

TONIGHT on Facebook. . . . our first LIVE video. <gasp>

Visit Inklingo on Facebook at 7 pm Eastern Time

What time is that where you are? You can find out at World Time Buddy.

It’s LIVE, so you can leave comments AND you can send me photos, so we can share them LIVE too!

All you have to do is visit the Inklingo Facebook page at 7 pm and click on the link. I expect it to last about an hour.


Print on Fabric LIVE

If you are curious about printing quilt shapes on fabric, or if you want to connect with other quilters who use Inklingo, or if you just need a smile, please join us for a party.


There will be a prize for one quilter chosen from LIVE viewers.

I have a couple of cool things planned, so I hope you will decide watching is Time Well Spent.

On the other hand, if it doesn’t work according to plan—and what ever does?—it might be even more entertaining and you could win.

Please tell you friends.


Introduction to Inklingo

This video (above) explains Inklingo very well in only 8 minutes.

LIVE will be different from my short, edited, scripted videos on YouTube.  Those videos are great tutorials. Tonight, we’re having a party.

If you don’t know anything about Inklingo yet, this video will get you up to speed quickly, so the LiVE one tonight will make more sense.


The LIVE video will be recorded, so you can watch it later too but LIVE is fun—and this is our first time, so who knows what might happen. You don’t want to miss it!

Please come and bring a friend—and a drink and some sewing—or chocolate.

See you tonight?

Linda & Monkey


4 thoughts on “LIVE Inklingo Video Tonight!”

  1. I was surprised how quickly the time flew by. I learned quite a bit in this first one. I’m already planning to do more. Thank you for watching, Joanne!

  2. I am glad you asked, Carol, because Inklingo will NOT work with a laser printer. This is covered in the FAQ under the Support tab on the website.
    A laser printer uses toner, not ink, and it uses heat. If you put fabric and freezer paper into a laser printer it will probably ruin the printer because the plastic coating on the freezer paper will melt and create a mess that cannot be repaired.

    There is information about printers in the FAQ under the Support & Goodies tab on the website.

    Luckily, you can probably pick up a Canon Inkjet on sale for $30 – $50 and you can have more than one printer connected to your computer at the same time. Inklingo uses a tiny amount of ink, so if Inklingo is your primary use for the Inkjet, the ink will last a long time. I hope you can get an Inkjet and get started again.

  3. I haven’t done any Inklingo for awhile. We changed to a laser printer some time ago and I am not sure if it will take the fabric. Do you know if fabric is a problem for a laser printer???


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