Monkey couldn’t get a word in edgewise. Oh well. He has met Pat Sloan and loves her, so he passed the time sewing HST (half square triangles).
Pat and I had a good talk about Inklingo this afternoon. She asked some great questions, and the time just flew by.
> > >If you would like to hear the replay, it will be available tonight or tomorrow at http://toginet.com/shows/creativetalkradio
> > >If you have questions that were not answered, please let me know, and I will do my best.
> > >If you would like Pat to invite me to do another show some day, please let Pat know.
> > >If you would like to win a prize, please listen to the show, and leave a comment on Pat Sloan’s blog by Friday. The three (3) winners will be announced on Saturday.
NOTE ABOUT THE PRIZES You could win The Inklingo Handbook, Jane Austen Patchwork Mystery, or Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses. If you are one of the three winners, and you already have that book, or would rather have an Inklingo download, you can choose to have a gift certificate for the value of the book instead. (Just let me know, if you are a winner.)
The secret is out
Normally, when I make video lessons, I make a conscious effort to speak slowly, so quilters in Australia and Europe can understand my “Canadian accent.” Well, I am not a slow talker. I’ll know for sure when I hear the replay, but I think that was my normal speed. Russ says it is easier for me to talk for an hour about Inklingo, than it is for me to talk for 30 minutes about Inklingo.
Pat says the interview will be available on the web site tonight or tomorrow. Click on the image to go to Creative Talk Radio.
Thank you for visiting. I hope you enjoyed the interview. It was fun and exciting for me. THANK YOU, Pat!
Linda & Monkey
PS I don’t think I have ever blogged twice in one day before!