Although there may seem to be many steps to my process, please don't let it alarm you. Once you understand what to do, you will go through the steps quite fast. In addition, once a specific size is set up, you don't need to repeat the steps, you simply choose the size that you previously set up.
Note that "suggested custom page sizes" are included in every Inklingo shape collection for every layout, so you don't have to figure it out for yourself. Custom page size makes efficient use of the fabric AND the illustrations make it easy to see how much fabric you will need for any number of shapes. My information here is just to illustrate how you would go about making a variety of custom sizes. Many times I am using scraps of fabric in odd shapes, so I personally use many custom sizes.
Click the little "printer" symbol in the top left side of the screen to go to the next screen.
Click the "Read More" button below to see the remaining instructions.
-Make sure the correct printer is selected at the top.
-Current Page selected.
-Actual Size selected
-Portrait selected. (Landscape is also an option.)
Note that the little screen on the right shows what would fit on a normal 8 1/2 x 11 sheet. You can see you would get 18 Inklingo shapes printed on a sheet this size. If this is the size you want, simply click the PRINT button and you are printing. NOTE that this would be too close to the seam edges of the bottom ones, that is why Linda's instructions state to use a slightly longer page at 11.25" to insure there is a full seam allowance.
On this screen, note the Paper Size area on this screen. For my printer, I would then click inside this area (on the US Letter).
I can select one of them, if that size will work, but to create a new size, I would select MANAGE CUSTOM SIZES.
Note that you can make both Portrait and Landscape.
Note that the 5.5 x 5.5 size does not make good use of the fabric, so of course, you would want to set up a paper size smaller to fit the amount of fabric needed to print the 4 pieces you want. This is just an illustration.