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How to Use Inklingo for Quilt Blocks and Fussy Cutting with Linda Franz

(Show 2911) Learn all about Inklingo from its creator, Linda Franz. Inspired by hand piecing, but used for hand piecing, machine piecing, and appliqué, Linda created Inklingo to make quilting more accessible. Join Alex, Ricky, and Linda as they demonstrate using Inklingo for both hand piecing and machine piecing. Plus, learn two methods of fussy cutting from Linda that will help you out on your next project.

Printing on Fabric, Fussy Cutting, Quilting Templates, Piecing, Hand Piecing, Traditional Quilts, Inklingo

Product List:
Freezer Paper
The Inklingo Handbook by Linda Franz (Self-Published)
Inklingo Handbook by Linda Franz (Self-Published)
Winding Ways by Linda Franz (Self-Published)
Millefiori Quilts by Willyne Hammerstein (Quiltmania)
The Patchwork of Lucy Boston by Diana Boston
Quiltmania
Martelli’s Rotary Cutter

Glenda Correll
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I purchased my first Inklingo many years ago, and now own almost 40 shapes. So, yes, I love Inklingo, and I stitching the shapes. I use machine and hand stitching, often combining both machine and hand work in a project. Inklingo is simply...

I purchased my first Inklingo many years ago, and now own almost 40 shapes. So, yes, I love Inklingo, and I stitching the shapes. I use machine and hand stitching, often combining both machine and hand work in a project. Inklingo is simply “The Best!”

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art house
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This lady had a great idea. However, unless she has changed her instructions I could never get it to work. My son owns an IT co. Even he could not get it to work. This was several years ago. We even corresponded with her. I don't know if it was...

This lady had a great idea. However, unless she has changed her instructions I could never get it to work. My son owns an IT co. Even he could not get it to work. This was several years ago. We even corresponded with her. I don't know if it was my printer or pc or what but I abandoned trying to use it. It's a great idea if you can get it to work.

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Anneke de Weerdt
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I am so glad Inklingo was finally on TQS! Great show, so much information and Monkey in cute outfits, too! I do hope that many more quilters will start to use Inklingo now.

soniasimone
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Inklingo is one of those things that delivers on the promise. It takes some highly complex or challenging patterns and just makes them easy. Really recommend playing with the free shapes to get the hang of the printing

Kathryne Bayle
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I have been interested in Inklingo for years but have not tried it. I never could wrap my brain around it. I have the free pattern and need to take the big step, This show got me started again. I am going to do it!!

Anneke de Weerdt    Kathryne Bayle
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Many quilters overthink Inklingo. And when they finally try it, they are relieved and can't imagine what was holding them back all this time!

Janet Palmer
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I used it a few years back but abandoned it as I never could get the hang of fussy cutting using the printing method. it never seemed to line up the way I thought it would and I'd end up wasting that fabric. I will have to try again. Other than...

I used it a few years back but abandoned it as I never could get the hang of fussy cutting using the printing method. it never seemed to line up the way I thought it would and I'd end up wasting that fabric. I will have to try again. Other than the fussy cutting the process was easy after a few tries (at first it seemed overwhelming due to the amount of information in the website).

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Catherine Godwin
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I have been using Inklingo since the very first collection on a CD and now can't imagine ever making a quilt any other way. The precision is beyond belief fabulous, curved piecing is ridiculously easy and everything turns out perfectly, whether...

I have been using Inklingo since the very first collection on a CD and now can't imagine ever making a quilt any other way. The precision is beyond belief fabulous, curved piecing is ridiculously easy and everything turns out perfectly, whether it's just four pieces meeting or a 12-point star, thanks to the great sewing lines and matching marks. The lessons Linda teaches from the Quilted Diamonds days through to all the various Inklingo collections are fabulous and always a huge, huge value added element. I am a hand piece most of the time, but using Inklingo has given me the confidence to machine piece and my machine piecing is as accurate as my hand piecing now - thanks again to the marvellous matching points and sewing lines of Inklingo!

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Anneke de Weerdt    Catherine Godwin
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I think I still have some of those Inklingo CD's somewhere, too! :-)

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