Sunday, March 04, 2012

Some Inklingo Fun!

My long time friend, Linda Franz has SUCH a sense of humor! ((Or that would be HUMOUR because she IS in Canada after all ;c) ))

I love keeping up with what she’s doing --- the way her mind works fascinates me. We go way back to the early days in the late 1990’s to the first origins of the Dear Jane list – and it is so wonderful to see what she has come up with, and what she will come up with NEXT!

I just received this via email and I had to check it out, she writes:

I wanted to let you know that I posted a 70 second video tutorial (just over a minute) this morning on the blog and there will be drawings for finger-pincushions--one for every 25 comments, so great odds.

70 second video!? Drawings?! I had to go check it out myself…..I love to see what kind of mess MONKEY gets into too!

And leave her a comment because she is drawing for winners of her finger-pincushions, 1 winner for every 25 comments. I thought I’d reiterate that, even though she said it above, just in case you were skim-reading. ((You aren’t, are you?!?))

Click the pic above to take you to Linda’s blog page to go see this cute and speedy tutorial. And turn the music up loud. It’s a MUST! You’ll be galloping along at break neck speed, I guarantee it!

*Note* Something is wrong with my linking skills because when I clicked it, it took me to a blank page -- but if you look at the menu you'll see the link for her BLOG right there in the menu bar. Click that. :c)

That’s the kind of music I need to play when I’m cleaning house.

I might just get it done faster!


  1. Hmmmmm menu bar? :0)

  2. clicking the monkey worked for me :)

  3. Thanks for the great link and fun idea. This looks like a very useful little project! I hope you are enjoying some DH time today....

  4. We just got retreat presents that were finger pincushions made in a similiar way but with 2 liter bottle caps. I love mine.

  5. Anonymous4:17 PM EST

    Thanks Bonnie once again. I will be checking out her blog. Looks like a fun one.

  6. Loved the tutorial, thanks Bonnie.

  7. Anonymous4:58 PM EST

    The tutorial was hilarious as ever with Monkey in it.
    Love Inklingo.
    Faye in Maine

  8. Monkey & Linda are always having too much fun!

  9. Oh, Bonnie! You are amazing! Thank you VERY much for the kind words. You have sent a large number of visitors. Some of their comments are hilarious and all are kind. What a creative bunch! You are the best.

  10. Anonymous8:38 PM EST

    Music sounded alot like 1812 Overture-is great to "move it" music!
    Bev (kwiltpharm@aol.com)

  11. Those are the cutest thing I've seen in a long time and the monkey is adorable. I guess I'll have to take a break from quilting and make a few for friends.

  12. Anonymous12:37 AM EST

    What an interesting concept! I am so glad that Bonnie steered me to this. Love that monkey!

  13. This is such a cute tutorial! Thanks for the heads-up! I love the Monkey!

  14. Love the little Monkey! Thanks Bonnie for suggesting Linda.


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