Fabric Samples Printed with Inklingo FREE

I got carried away printing yards of fabric while I was watching the World Series—aka two men playing catch, slowly.

One of these fabric samples might be for you, thanks to the World Series!

1. Congratulations to Houston!
2. I’m sending FABRIC SAMPLES to new-to-Inklingo quilters!
Order a “freebie” and get started. Main Beginner’s Page
3. Please share and tell your friends.

Fabric printed with quilt shapes

PRINTING TIP
Did you notice how I ironed the freezer paper to the fabric so the leading edge is just freezer paper? It prints jam-free.

The fabric is washed, dried, and folded between games. Then, it is ironed to freezer paper and printed during the dull parts of the game (about 3 hours, including commercials for cars and beer).

I never had a jam through the entire World Series (7 games). The printing goes faster than the game.

FINE PRINT ABOUT PRINTED SAMPLES
Fabric samples for new-to-Inklingo quilters in USA only, while supplies last.

Please do NOT leave your address here! Only orders placed on the website qualify.

You can order freebies without leaving your mailing address but I need it if you want a fabric sample. I never share any of your info. (Privacy policy.)

Introduction to Inklingo

This VIDEO on the Welcome to Inklingo page explains how to print on fabric (or paper) with your ordinary Inkjet printer. (Please tell your friends.)

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There is more happening here. New shapes coming soon, so please stay tuned!

Linda & Monkey

 

8 thoughts on “Fabric Samples Printed with Inklingo FREE”

  1. Hi Linda,
    Thank you for the free samples you sent me with my new Willyne Hammerstein book order! It seems to me that you are getting the freezer paper to stick better than I do. Do you have any tips? I use the reynolds wrap freezer paper. The only problem I ever have with Inklingo is when the freezer paper comes loose and balls up in my printer. It works better if I leave a sliver of freezer paper exposed on the leading edge. But your sample has the fabric firmly adhered all over. Tell me the secret! I do love Inklingo

    • Hi Candy, I am pleased to know you are loving Inklingo! The trick to getting the freezer paper to bond (temporarily) to the fabric is a HOT, dry iron. You might be interested in the info about FP in the Top Ten Tutes on the blog. There is also a link in the Top Ten Tutes to an article about avoiding jams but if you have any questions, I am happy to help. https://lindafranz.com/blog/top-ten-tutes/

  2. Hi Elaine, I’m pleased you will start printing this weekend. There is a lot of info on the Welcome page but if you have any questions as you go along, please ask. I am happy to help.

  3. Good question, Patrick!

    This is a common machine sewing technique with Inklingo: —Print one fabric, layer with unprinted fabric and sew on the lines. Inklingo gives us a line to sew along when we sew fabric WITHOUT papers. The people who sell papers don’t want you to know about it.

    There are short videos showing how to sew Half Square Triangles (HST) and Flying Geese with Inklingo WITHOUT papers.
    https://lindafranz.com/galleries/inklingo-triangle-tips/32

    If I have misunderstood your question, please write back and I will try again, okay?

  4. I have a question.

    About 29 or 30 seconds into the video included, I see you sewing a printed sheet of fabric to another sheet of fabric. This I have only seen with paper (Moda Cake Recipe) templates on paper. How is this done? Is there a certain size that I have to print or a certain shape.

    Thank you.

  5. I was pleasantly surprised to receive a sample in the mail a couple of days ago. Thank you for the motivation to move forward this weekend.

  6. Linda, I got my fabric sample in the mail the other day. What a lovely present! And a motivator to print the other color to make a block. Thank you very much for your generosity.

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