An enthusiastic Inklingoist wrote to me about an experience she had at the AQS Show in Grand Rapids on Friday. It made me think of friendship and my favorite elevator.
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Most quilters see the benefits of Inklingo when they see shapes printed on fabric. They understand that part already. It’s a dream come true to have lines to cut on and lines to sew on. I’ll write more about that in the future.
However, several of you think that quilters are afraid to put fabric in their printers for Inklingo, so I am addressing that first.
Every branch in the woods was painted white overnight. We finally have some snow! Until now, we have only had a few flurries, but this is the real thing. Doesn’t it look pretty? Monkey loves it and wants to remind you to enter, from inside!
The free Inklingo LeMoyne Star Shape Collection is better than ever. Find out how to get the new version with 55 more pages!
My friend, Anneke of Stof Genoeg, has translated the first chapter of The Inklingo Handbook into Dutch!
I am always impressed that so many Dutch quilters speak excellent English, but I wanted to make it even easier for them to print shapes on fabric with Inklingo. So now, when they go to the Inklingo Snelle Start (Quick Start Guide), thanks to Anneke, they can also download the free PDF of Chapter 1 with all of the instructions for printing on fabric—in Dutch!