This Guided Tour of Inklingo shape collections for Inklingo Friends by Monkey explains how Inklingo shape collections are organized, so you can find your way with Bookmarks in Adobe Reader.
This little Guided Tour explains how Inklingo’s big PDFs are organized, so you can find everything easily.
All Inklingo shape collections are organized the same way. When you understand how the Free Diamond Triangle Square shape collection is organized, you can find your way around them all.
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System Requirements – Windows or Mac with Adobe Reader (not a phone or tablet) and any ordinary color Inkjet printer or all-in-one.
Guided Tour PDF and Video
Inklingo PDFs are big—hundreds of pages of shapes to print on fabric arranged in a variety of layouts.
In addition to the free Guided Tour PDF, please review this 3 minute video. Monkey shares his hot tips for navigating Inklingo shape collections. We love Adobe Reader bookmarks. You don’t even have to know the page number to find exactly what you need. Cool, eh?
Everyone starts FREE!
I always recommend starting with at least two FREE PDFs from the Main Beginner’s Page. (Monkey says at least three.)
- Free Diamond Triangle Square shape collection
- Guided Tour
- Tilde’s Tiny Totes pattern
If a quilter doesn’t order at least two, I add them manually. The tote pattern (no shapes) uses the shapes in the free shape collection.
Please order at least those three. They are free to order and it is a great way to learn how to download with your browser and open with Adobe Reader. (Any other PDF viewer will not work.)
Whenever I manually add a PDF for you, it is available in your account under the heading New For You at the top of the right-hand column where it says “Please click here to begin.”
I want to make it as easy as possible for you to join tens of thousands of quilters in more than 65 countries who print shapes on fabric with Inklingo and their Inkjets.
Monkey and I think you will love the simplicity and precision of Inklingo.