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    InkLingo?

    Does anybody use this method? Anyone have any experiences that they would like to share?
    Thanks!

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    here is one previous post about it Have you tried inklingo? Just purchased the handbook.
    Nancy in western NY

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    I have used the site - I used the free downloads - which are great plus the owner is very responsive to any questions you might have. I would download the patterns and print it onto the back side of fabric ( you use freezer paper) - this way you can eliminate using templates - just cut out the fabric - she has 1/4 seam allowances and matching up pts on her patterns. I really liked it - you do have to be pretty computer literate if you want to get into using her whole program.

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    When I have a complicated lots of small pieces block I use it and cut out the pieces and machine sew on the line. It's handy to have.
    Got fabric?

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    I have some of Inklingo shape collections. I love both hand piecing and machine piecing so Inklingo does help and it's a great tool plus Linda Franz the creator of Inklingo is really friendly and helpful in handling any questions. You may want to consider watching her videos. Give it a try , even her free collections is fabulous.

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    I still don't understand what this is. Could someone please explain in detail. I took a brief look at the website but it didn't help.
    Cheryl Robinson
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    I'm sharing some of my Inklingo shapes on my flickr

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    ​Here is an intro video on what Inklingo is all about.
    It's a tool whereby you print the shapes on the back of a fabric. The fabric must be reinforce with freezer paper. You need any inkjet printer to print out the shapes.
    With the free download collection, you can practise these as shown in this video

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    I used Inklingto when doing Bonnie's Hunter mystery quilt Orca Bay last year and aved my bacon. Never would have made all of those HST's without it.

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    I can't believe some quilters are still doing the tedious english paper piecing hexagons when Linda's hex collection is available. Tons more size options, and no paper hexes to cut and baste around and then pull off.

    Readers digest version
    Cut freezer paper and fabric to the size that will fit through your printer.
    Iron right side of fabric to waxed side of freezer paper. this is just stablizer and the freezer paper can be used many times.
    Pull off sheet of paper, rotary cut the patches which include seam allowance and start sewing, hand or machine.

    Perfect every time.

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