A comment will win a $50 Inklingo Gift Certificate

The Quilt Pattern Magazine

We’re celebrating the “What is Inklingo” article in TQPM with a draw for a Gift Certificate for $50.

Cindy at TQPM wrote:

“It is in the October issue of the magazine which is only accessible to our subscribers.  They log into their account and view the issue via the flip page version.  They can also download the PDF version to save on their computer.  The article is listed in the “Table of Contents” [on page 3].  However, they will find it as they read the issue.”

It happens to start on page 50 and $50 buys a LOT of Inklingo, but even if you are not the lucky winner you can order and download the free shape collection for Diamond-Triangle-Square and start inklingoing in the next few minutes.




TQPM Free Offer

◊ Go to The Quilt Pattern Magazine‘s website.
◊ Click on the red pincushion near the top of the page.
◊ Enter your name and email address.
◊ Enter Guild or Group Code: MBG13
◊ Enter Guild or Group Name: QUILTER
◊ Complete the rest of the form and click Sign Up!

No strings! If at the end of 4 months you love TQPM as much as we think you will, you can purchase a subscription. If not, that’s it! You will not be billed or obligated in any way. In fact, no billing information is required now.

Isn’t this great? This means you can read the article about Inklingo on page 50 of the October issue even if you have not subscribed to TQPM before.


Inklingo uses your ordinary Inkjet printer

To enter the draw, please leave a comment.

The winner will be announced on November 1, 2013.

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Linda & Monkey

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202 thoughts on “A comment will win a $50 Inklingo Gift Certificate”

  1. Anxiously waiting for the new shapes& the new mystery with Bonnie Hunter.
    I wish freezer paper was available in our supermarkets here is Australia

  2. Sure don’t have to worry if I have a straight quarter inch seam…Inklingo keeps me straight and saves me a lot of time. No guessing where to sew or if the pieces will match when placed together.

  3. Love Inklingo – have been a fan since it was introduced. Won’r make HST’s or flying geese without it. Simplest, most accurate method of piecing (hand or machine), no fancy rulers or templates needed. Great product and just waiting to see the size requirements for Celtic Solstice before I order as I might have the correct sizes already.

  4. This sounds fantastic. It would really make my quilting life so much easier as I have a hard time using templates and rotary to get precise shapes.

  5. I love Inklingo, I also love your emails and advice on how to use them in a pattern, but also how to enjoy using them in projects.

  6. Cannot wait to try the baskets. Is this to be part of the Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt???I love the inklingo stars, just hard to stop. Could you Inklingo me some more time??? Would love to win the contest , but I know I will not stop” Inklingoing” either way. Keep up the good work. Vici

  7. Oh, Linda, Monkey has really done it with those little baskets! They look just marvelous. I think you just might make me an addict…I am trying to resist but I fear “resistance is futile”…LOL

  8. Inklingo is the best thing to happen in quilting since rotary cutters and mats. Linda is a genius both for the idea and the execution! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  9. I’ve been looking and looking at the Patchwork of the Crosses pattern and Inklingo, so I think it’s time to stop procrastinating and get started! I would love to win so that I can.

  10. I’ve always been a lover of handwork and Iiklingo will give me the opportunity to try new shapes that were not available to me before. Can’t wait to get started. All the new quilts using Inklingo are great.

  11. I started using Inklingo about a month ago on a GFG project I had already started using EPP. I can’t believe the difference Inklingo has made. A whole new world of precision piecing has been opened up to me. Thank you Linda and Monkey!

  12. I am really excited to try inklingo for the first time during Bonnie Hunters mystery quilt! Thank you for the chance to win!

  13. I read about Inklingo on the Bonnie Hunt Website and I am intrigued by the notion of printing the lines directly on the fabric. I am going to do the Mystery Quilt with Bonnie and would like to use the shapes from Inklingo. I am excited with the waiting. Thank you for the website and keep the shapes coming.

  14. I’m so excited to be starting Bonnie’s new quilt and with Inklingo! Can’t wait for the fun to begin! Thank you for the samples!

  15. Just ordered my Inklingo book and freebies. Joining Bonnie’s mystery quilt and looking forward to using Inklingo! Thank you…going to start practicing!

  16. I have been waiting for months to join in on my first Bonnie Hunter Mystery quilt, and now the great news that it will be Inklingoable 🙂 Totally awesome news! Can’t wait to get started. Thanks Linda and Bonnie!

  17. I watch the inklingo group for a while and now that I finished my last projekt I want desperately start with it. Especialy the kalaidoscope stars are the one´s that spook in my head since I´ve seen them the first time. I can´t wait to try it and by the way last weekend I showed some friends on the eqc (Europian Quilt Championship) in Veldhoven-NL a sample that I made from the free shape collektion. They where thrilled and I think they might also try!
    You and Monky are the BEST!

  18. While reading Bonnie Hunter’s blog about her Celtic mystery quilt, I learned -for the first time!- about Inklingo – looking forward to learning what it is and how it will work with my quilting. Thanks for the giveaway!

  19. Linda, thank you so much for doing this giveaway! You are so generous 🙂
    I’ve wanted to give Inklingo a try for a while now, and this may just be the incentive I’m looking for.
    You and Monkey are a great team!

  20. Wow, just signed up for the trial magazine.
    Can’t wait for the new BOM featuring inklingo.
    I have actually started piecing by hand thanks to inklingo.
    Unheard of, just ask my family

  21. I just signed up for the Blog and I’ve ordered the free shape collection. I can’t wait to learn InkLingo and start a new quilt! Thank you for inventing this wonderful tool!

  22. Looks like an interesting magazine and I like not having to store hard copies – my shelves are pretty full. I love Inklingo even if I don’t have much to show right now.


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