Circles 15 Sizes PDF
Print circles 15 sizes on fabric to match the 15 sizes of Perfect Circles® by Karen Kay Buckley.
Easiest circles ever.
Sale price for a limited time only.
Print Circles 15 sizes on fabric with your Inkjet printer. The 15 sizes match the sizes of Perfect Circles® by Karen Kay Buckley. Easiest circles ever. Sale price for a limited time only.
PDF DOWNLOAD – SHAPE COLLECTION + INSTRUCTIONS 16 MB
System Requirements – Windows or Mac with Adobe Reader (not a phone or tablet) and any ordinary color Inkjet printer or all-in-one.
This shape collection PDF includes 15 sizes. (less than 0.5-inch to 2 inches)
There are also Bigger Circles (2.125 to 4.5 inches).
Circles 15 sizes
30 sizes in 2 shape collections
The sizes were chosen to match the thin, heat-resistant circle templates in Perfect Circles® by Karen Kay Buckley, available from Karen’s website.
As usual with Inklingo, the shapes are named with the finished size.
Features of this Shape Collection (PDF)
- circles with seam allowances to print on fabric
- diagrams showing how much fabric you need
- circles without seam allowances to print on freezer paper (just in case you want templates)
- use a rotary cutter or scissors
- use up small scraps and nickels
- instructions for a finger pincushion
- three simple needle case designs to print on photo paper
- instructions for using the circles with Karen Kay Buckley’s Perfect Circles® (recommended, but optional)
Quilters asked for Inklingo circles to print on fabric.
Why trace, when it is simpler and more accurate to print?
I have included instructions for one of my favorite quilting tools, the finger pincushion.
When I made the video, I was still using buttons with elastic. Now I use the same method with “ring blanks” and these circles. The video is still fun, especially with the volume up.
Circles are very useful to quilters who appliqué berries, grapes, and other circular shapes. Print circles on fabric for other crafts too.
Perfect Circles® and Bigger Perfect Circles® are available in quilt shops and on Karen’s website. They are well-loved by quilters who appliqué, and it’s no wonder. They really are perfect compared to other circle templates, and they are economical and reusable.
Love the lines. Quilt more!
Skip the Basting
There is a new article on the blog (with music from Fleetwood Mac) showing a modification of the aluminum foil method for circles, without the aluminum foil. You don’t have to baste every circle!
Nancy (verified owner) –
I used to go out and buy mylar washers from the electrical department of our hardware store. I was so happy when K. Buckley came out with her mylar circle sets. I almost exclusively applique, so you can imagine all the years I have traced around circles…your new Inklingo Circles is a dream come true! Grapes and berries will be so fast and easy.
Anneke (verified owner) –
This is a very useful and versatile collection, especially for appliqu√©-ers. It provides the quickest, easiest, most accurate and most economical way to prepare several circles from one fabric, compared to all other methods I know.
Bev (verified owner) –
I am just getting into applique and I snapped up this collection as soon as I saw it announced. This is much easier and more accurate than drawing around templates on fabric with pen/pencil/chalk over a sand board! The needle case and finger pincushion patterns are an added plus :-).
Cheryl (verified owner) –
I ordered the circles as soon as they were posted. Love them!!! I have been doing a lot of applique such as the Rose of Sharon designs and the Kim McLean patterns and these will be great with the Perfect Circles.
Keep up the good work.
Mary . (verified owner) –
Fabulous. I love sewing on circles and have two sets of the Perfect Circles, but found tracing the shapes tedious. Printing groups in one fell swoop is GREAT.
Charlsey (verified owner) –
Love the Circle collection. I am starting a new applique album quilt and have already printed out a sheet of berries for the project. I also used it to replace some berries on a UFO. Inklingo makes it a snap.
Cathi (verified owner) –
These are so incredibly useful for so many different things. The explanation of how to make perfect circles using Inklingo along with Perfect Circles is easy to understand. I see berries in my future!