Inklingo on QuiltingHub – How to Print on Fabric Without Jams


The QuiltingHub website is a great new resource for quilters.

How to Print on Fabric Without Jams

There is a new Inklingo article on QuilitingHub about printing on fabric—without jams!

Quilters are naturally concerned about putting fabric into a printer. They don’t want to waste fabric or break the printer.

If you prepare the sheets well and learn what your printer likes, jams are rare, printing is fun, and the benefits are awesome.

Printing the cutting and stitching lines on fabric with Inklingo can change your quilting life. It sets you free.

See it in action!


Bonnie Hunter's Celtic Solstice Mystery

Are you inklingoing Bonnie Hunter’s fabulous Celtic Solstice Mystery with us?

Just thinking about it?

The article on QuiltingHub might push you over the edge.


What do you mean you printed on fabric?

Woody: “What do you mean you printed on fabric? What are you? Nuts?”

We love mysteries at our house but how to print on fabric without jams isn’t one of them.

(Actually, that dialog may have been “What do you mean you broke into his apartment? What are you? Nuts?” I’ll check.)

Don’t you just love Diane Keaton? She is fearless.

She broke in and found the evidence. Surely, you can print on fabric.

By the way, there are other articles about Inklingo on QuiltingHub too.


The benefits of QuiltingHub for quilters are described in the video.

For quilters, it is FREE to register at QuiltingHub. All that is required is your name, email, and a password.

When you register, YOU can like, fan & rate your favorite brands, shops, and designers and suggest more!

Inklingo is proud to be listed as a brand on QuiltingHub.


Inklingo on Quilting Hub

That link takes you directly to the Inklingo page. There is also a Quick Link on QuiltingHub for Brands, so you can search “by name” for Inklingo.

We would love it if you would “like” and become a “fan” of the Inklingo page.  (Got a favorite designer????)


After you like Inklingo, please make sure your favorite designers are listed!

It only takes a minute and your suggestions are acted on.

This is a good time to visit. Take a decaf sweetened with chocolate milk (love it!) and maybe a piece of toast with your favorite jam.


Print on fabric without jams!

Everyone has a favorite jam.


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We hope you like the article. Thanks for visiting. See you Friday!

Linda & Monkey

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3 thoughts on “Inklingo on QuiltingHub – How to Print on Fabric Without Jams”

  1. I had this problem a bit too, Lois (& Linda), and discovered for me that the FP worked better if I first ironed it to the ironing board 2 or 3 times. Then it had just the right amount of “stickiness” for the fabric to adhere well (over and over again – as many as 10 times) but not distort when I pulled it off. We all have our own personal tricks we’ve discovered along the way! Thought this might help someone else. LOVE Inklingo!!!

  2. I am using Inklingo for the first time (Celtic Solstice). I have had no problems with printer jams, but I’m having a horrible time getting the freezer paper off the material after printing. When I pull the fabric off the paper, threads stick to the edges of the FP and, since the fabric is not coming off easily, the printed patterns are stretched. I’m using the Jenkins heavy freezer paper. Should I be cutting the individual pattern pieces before I remove the paper? Help!

    • Hi Lois, It sounds as if you iron is TOO HOT. (Not a common problem.) Just turn the heat down a bit. With the right amount of heat, the fabric will stick well enough to print but still peel off easily so you can use it over and over and over again. Let me know how you do, okay? Hugs, Linda & Monkey


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