Sewing with Kids Using Inklingo

Try Inklingo today!
Linda over at Inklingo has created a cute School House block especially for sewing with kids! How cool is that? For those who don’t know, Inklingo creates printed quilt pieces. Yes, that’s right – you print the quilt pieces on the fabric. And not only do you have all the cutting lines, you have sewing lines, too!

Anyway, back to the new School House block. All you need is three fabrics. Then you iron them to freezer paper and run them through your inkjet printer. Voila! Quilt pieces printed right on the back of the fabric! Then use the included Puzzle Page to get the pieces laid out correctly and start sewing. First, you’ll make four rows, and then sew the rows together. Finally, embellish your block with buttons and trim if you want.

And it gets better! Linda has also included tips specific to sewing with kids. AND if you visit her blog and leave a tip or comment, you just might win $25 – but hurry because the winner will be announced on Mother’s Day, which is May 8th this year. As of this morning (4/19/11) there’s already 14 comments with valuable tips so be sure to read through them all and add your own.

Happy Sewing!


  1. Thanks for this link and explanation of how inklingo works. It looks like lots of fun for kids .... and grown-ups ;-)

  2. I love your blog! Thanks for stopping by:) You've got great info and lots of detailed pictures - WOW! What could be better? Sorry it took me so long to respond but I've been away from home for the better part of two months. Can't wait to browse your whole site now that I'm back.


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