Quilt long and prosper.
Rank #1: The Stitch TV Show Ep 324 Audio Podcast.
In this episode of The Stitch TV Show, we chat about surface design and how to deal with different sized quilt blocks. Our next Virtual Stitch-In is August 10 at 7 pm US Eastern, and our next quilting book club is Aug 24th at 7pm US Eastern. This is the audio-only version of the YouTube … Continue reading "The Stitch TV Show Ep 324 Audio Podcast"
Rank #2: The Stitch TV Show 402 Quilting Podcast.
In this episode of The Stitch TV Show, we filmed in front of a studio audience for a round of “Never Have I Ever” and some audience questions, all about quilting and more! Our next Virtual Stitch-In is September 14 at 7 pm US Eastern, and our next quilting book club is Sep 28th at 7pm … Continue reading "The Stitch TV Show 402 Quilting Podcast"
A weekly podcast about all things quilty
Rank #1: Episode 227: The Ocracoke Edition.
Greetings from Ocracoke Island (plus a little from Durham, NC)! For links, head over to http://www.offkilterquilt.com
Rank #2: Episode 235: Southern Quilts, Modern Quilts, My Quilts.
For pix, go to https://offkilterquilt.com/
A podcast to learn quilting tips, techniques and happenings. You might like to subscribe to my podcasts. This way you will get the most up to date inspiration! You can visit me at www.cvquiltworks.com
Rank #1: Jackie's Quilting Chronicles Episode 38.
Welcome to Episode 38! This episode is the summer catch up episode. It has been a very busy summer for me in many ways. Find out what quilting things I have been up to as well as some events that are coming up! You can find me at www.cvquiltworks.com.
Rank #2: Jackie's Quilting Chronicles Episode 28.
Today's episode is a real treat! You will hear an interview with Judy Niemeyer. She is known for her wonderful paper piecing patterns, that feature fabulous spikes and curves. You can find Judy on both her website quiltworx.com and Facebook. Her patterns are also available through my website cvquiltworks.com. So come sit down and relax while Judy and I have a chat about her fabulous technique.
Quilting, rants and raves and I am sure I will talk to my grandson.
Rank #1: GRAND RAPIDS AQS QUILT SHOW -2015 (e55).
FIND the blog post on my WordPress site... here....... http://nonniequiltingdreams.wordpress.com/ Nonnie’s Blog**HAPPY QUILTING,NONNIE.http://nonniequiltingdreams.wordpress.com/ Nonnie’s Bloghttp://nonniesquiltingdreams.podbean.com/ Nonnie’s Quilting Dream PodcastLinks for Nonnie's Quilting DreamsFOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @NONNIE_P ..... @NONNIE_Pemail me at: email@example.com
Rank #2: BAD SEWING ... episode 51.
WELL I made it past 50 episode posted.... it has only taken 4 and a half years. I started in December of 2010 .... WOW is all I have to say... it has been fun and a great learning experience. Please leave a comment and let me know I am not talking to the atmosphere. HAPPY QUILTING,NONNIE https://nonniequiltingdreams.wordpress.com/ Nonnie’s Bloghttp://nonniesquiltingdreams.podbean.com/ Nonnie’s Quilting Dream PodcastLinks for Nonnie’s Quilting DreamsFOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @NONNIE_P ….. @NONNIE_Pemail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a fun podcast series covering items of interest in the quilting industry
Rank #1: Episode 49 Art Challenge, Life, Books.
Hi Everyone! Welcome to episode 49 where I announce the art challenge, Step Into Your Art 2019. I hope you'll join in on the fun. We also talk about books and life updates. Hop over to the blog for show notes. www.quiltcabanapatterns.com/blog Leave a comment or question. I love to hear from you! Sandi
Rank #2: Episode 50 That New Years One.
Happy New Year! Join me for a fun quilty discussion! It's short this week due to the holidays but it's still packed with fun stuff! Sandi Find me at www.quiltcabanapatterns.com
Leah Day presents this fun, informative quilting podcast about life, making quilts, and running a creative craft business. Leah shares interviews with creative business owners and stories from her own journey as a blogger, machine quilter, and crafty entrepreneur. Find the episode show notes and more information about each episode at LeahDay.com
Rank #1: Quilting Fun with Mary Fons.
Hello, my quilting friends! Leah Day here with episode 7 of the podcast, and today I'm going to share an interview with Mary Fons. She is the daughter of Marianne Fons, who started Fons and Porter.She's just such a amazing all-around person, and we really hit it off at Quilt Market. Then I was like, "You know, you want to be on the podcast? That way I can get to know you a little bit better." This podcast really runs the gamut on conversations and stuff and topics, but I would say I guess the overall theme is just love of quilting, love of making quilts, and Mary helps debunk a few of the myths of quilting so that's really cool too. You can check out Mary's website at MaryFons.com.
Rank #2: 054. Is This Quilt Cheating? Great Quilting Debate with Leah Day.
Have you ever seen a quilt and thought "That's cheating?" This week Leah digs into this internal judgement and shares her thoughts on where this idea comes from. After all, a quilt is just three layers of material stitched with thread. Is it really such a big deal if someone uses an embroidery machine, cheater cloth fabric, fusible web, or an automated machine to put it together? Read more and find the show notes here: https://leahday.com/pages/quilt-cheating-great-quilting-debate-with-leah-day
Welcome to Sit & Sew Radio, a Quilt Addicts Anonymous podcast with Stephanie Soebbing. Hear interviews with influential and interesting people in the quilting world, learn about new quilting books and notions and hear some fun quilting stories. Listen to each new episode while you are sewing. Produced by Quilt Addicts Anonymous blogger, teacher and pattern designer Stephanie Soebbing.
Rank #1: Episode 31 - Amanda Murphy and Rebecca Bryan.
Welcome to Episode 31 of Sit & Sew Radio, a Quilt Addicts Anonymous podcast.Today's episode features Amanda Murphy, Bernina spokesperson, author and fabric designer, and Rebecca Bryan, author, teacher and fourth generation quilter.Both interviews were recorded at QuiltCon and it was kind of fun to listen to them a couple months after they were initially recorded. At one point Rebecca Bryan and I were talking about the brick and mortar version of Quilt Addicts Anonymous, which at the time I was still considering an open studio. Now it is definitely a full blown quilt shop, complete with staff, a large class space and fabulous modern fabrics. That just shows you how much can change in a couple months.And speaking of the shop, the Spring Clearance Sale is happening right now. There are nearly 100 fabrics, bundles, thread packs and patterns that are on sale. Right now they are 25% off, but the price will continue to drop over the next two weeks as we move some of the items that have been around for a bit to make room for the new fabrics arriving in May. so click here to check it out and get a great deal.Bernina, Amanda Murphy Designs, Benartex, Amanda Murphy, Nordic Holiday, Amanda Murphy, fabric designer, authorBernina, Amanda Murphy Designs, Benartex, Amanda Murphy, Nordic Holiday, Amanda Murphy started her career in the quilting industry as a fabric designer for Benartex. With a background in graphic design, creating beautiful prints for fabrics was a natural starting point.From there she began authoring books on quilting, signed on as a spokesperson for Bernina and now travels the country teaching people to improve their quilting and let go of mistakes.In our interview Amanda shares some great tips on how to improve your free motion quilting (hint: it includes listening to podcasts like this one) and which comes first for her, the fabric design or the quilt she wants to make with the fabric.Amanda's new fabric line Nordic Holiday with Benartex is shipping to quilt shops this month. You can learn more about Amanda by visiting her website, amandamurphydesign.com.Rebecca Bryan, Modern Triangle Quilts, Bryan House QuiltsRebecca Bryan, author, teacherRebecca Bryan, Modern Triangle Quilts, Bryan House QuiltsRebecca Bryan is a fourth generation quilter who became obsessed with quilting after discovering modern colors and fabrics.She started pursuing quilting as a career after her first book idea came to her in a dream. She took it as a sign that quilting was supposed to be more than a hobby and today she has published two books, is working on a series of online classes and is working on her first fabric line.In our interview we talk about how she developed a career for herself, developing her own sense of color and design from her traditional roots and how she balances career and being a mom to four kids.To learn more about Rebecca, visit her website bryanhousequilts.com.
Rank #2: Episode 35 - Tula Pink.
Welcome to Episode 35 of Sit & Sew Radio, a Quilt Addicts Anonymous podcast. This week we are thrilled to have renowned fabric designer Tula Pink as our guest. Tula, who just released her 25th fabric collection at Fall Quilt Market this past weekend, has withstood the test of time and remains a creative force in the industry. Speaking of market, we just unveiled our own new pattern, Medallion Star, to glowing reviews in Houston. Use this week’s coupon code MEDALLION10 to save $2 on a Medallion Star pattern at shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com. It was so much fun to talk to Tula Pink, but this episode brought with it some new challenges. I spoke to Tula the week before market about her fantastic new products, AND I COULDN’T SAY A WORD ABOUT IT TO ANYONE. Not even my husband. In our interview, Tula discusses her great efforts ahead of this year’s market to keep her newest fabric collection top secret. In the past, word always seemed to creep out ahead of time. Now that market is over, I can’t wait to share this interview with you. Tula discusses her milestone 25th collection, Tula Pink All Stars, which is an incredible accomplishment that is not lost on Tula. To commemorate the occasion, Tula’s All Stars collection recreates some of her most iconic and coveted prints from her archive and gives them a color makeover. That includes the original Owl from Full Moon Forest, which is from her very first collection and holds special meaning to Tula as she notes in the interview. There’s also the Bee from Flutterby, Tail Feathers from Plume, Squirrel from The Birds & the Bees, Raccoon from Acacia and Frog Prince from Prince Charming. “With this 25th (collection) I wanted to really offer something special,” Tula said. “It felt like a big deal and I wanted to make it a big deal.” We also talk about Tula's new book, Coloring with Thread: Stitching A Whimsical World With Hand Embroidery. In this book, which is available for pre-order at Amazon, Tula’s most memorable fabric designs are brought to life by needle and thread along with instructions so you can do it at home. In our interview, Tula discusses the connection with her collaborators who stitched her designs featured in the book. “It was just a really cool way to bring in my followers and the people I’ve connected to on social media into a project with me, to let them have some ownership of it, because that’s really what I do,” Tula said. “I create a raw material, but it’s everything that everyone else makes out of it that sort of completes the collaborative process.” Also in the interview Tula opens up about her creative process, which is a fascinating listen coming from one of the most inventive creators in the business. To learn more about Tula Pink please visit tulapink.com. We hope you enjoy the episode!
podcasting about my creative journey in quilting, creativity....and life in a northern town
Rank #1: A quilty day with Mom and Mary Fons.
https://mycreativecorner3.wordpress.com/my-day-with-mom-and-mary-fons/ Show notes and be found here
Rank #2: How Creativity works for Me!.
This week I talk about how chatting with other quilters helps me get ideas and I share about those experiences this week. Click here for show notes
Alex Anderson Quilt Connection, dedicated to inspiration, education and growing today's quilting community. Segments will include quilt related topics including, instruction, events, interviews, questions and answers and much more.
Rank #1: Alex Anderson Quilt Connection: Episode 84.
Episode 84: Chuppahs and Feathers
Rank #2: Alex Anderson Quilt Connection: Episode 79.
Man oh Man
Conversations with quilters, designers, tool-makers, all kinds of people connected to the quilting industry. Hobby quilters, famous quilters, and everyone in between. A research podcast from Tulane Law School hosted by Elizabeth Townsend Gard. Yes, some talk about copyright and intellectual property law too and how it connects to quilting.
Rank #1: Famous Quilter and Editor-in-Chief of Quilt Folk, Mary Fons joins us again to talk about her life and work.
Mary Fons, famous quilter, and editor-in-chief of Quiltfolk Magazine talks to us about her quilting life, and her new documentary project. Ron Gard, my spouse and a cultural economist, and my kid, Sidne Kate, join us in the conversation that took place in my home earlier this Fall.
Rank #2: Famous Quilter Marianne Fons talks to us about her kids, her quilting life and her novel.
Marianne Fons (of Fons and Porter) talks to us about all kinds of things -- her three kids, her quilting life, her writing life and her thoughts on quilting. She mentions the Iowa Quilt Museum (http://iowaquiltmuseum.org), her daughter Hannah's TedX Talk, "Not He, Nor She but Me," (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Fbb7WaAQFQ), and her blog, Marianne Fons Blog, where you can sign up for updates. (http://www.mariannefons.com).
QuiltMoxie The podcast where QuiltMoxie meets Craftsy.Join your Host Ariana, who is enrolled in many Craftsy.com online classes, and come along as she shares her class progress with you. Craftsy is and online community dedicated to providing the best education and resources for crafters.You will find show notes and everything QuiltMoxie at www.QuiltMoxie.com . Get Social with QuiltMoxie and leave your comments and feedback at your favourite hangout, on iTunes or by email.
Rank #1: 15 Brioche Quilting.
Show notes and everything QuiltMoxie at www.QuiltMoxie.com/shownotes Topics include: 1. KAL Easy Breezy Brioche 2. Contest - FREE Craftsy Class Giveaway 3. Montreal Quilt Exhibition Salon 2014 and Vermont Quilt Festival The Easy Breezy Brioche KAL (knit a long) has begun and is slated to run throughout the summer. Check out the fun and prizes ... Enjoy ! Join our mailing list ( at http://eepurl.com/zJ9lH ) to get your next and every episode with Show Notes delivered directly to your email as soon as the episode is available. It's a simple one-time drop of your email address into the form and check "receive podcast by email". We respect your email privacy.
Rank #2: 18 Afterthought Gusset Heel.
Show notes and everything QuiltMoxie at www.QuiltMoxie.com/shownotes Topics include: 1. Yazzii Giveaway 2. My First Socks Giveaway 3. Demo - Afterthought Gusset Heel Yazzii exclusive … new product launch is the feature of the Yazzii Giveaway ! If you are enjoying your show notes by email, click to enter to win the Yazzii of your choice. If not, Join to receive podcast by email and you will be automatically entered . My First Socks by Lucy Neatby is the latest Craftsy class that Ariana has enjoyed. Lucy Neatby is giving a lucky member of QuiltMoxie the Podcast Group on Ravelry the chance to win a Free My First Socks Class Giveaway on Craftsy. Tell us a sock knitting story and enter to win. The Easy Breezy Brioche KAL (knit a long) which began June 1st ended September 30th. Congrats to Mary Jo a.k.a. mjwebber who participated in KAL 3 Easy Breezy Brioche KAL which ended September 30, 2014. Check out her entry on Ravelry.com . Mary Jo is the recipient of the KAL Prize, which was a Knitting Project Bag and matching zipper pouch which is uses while at sewing club. Check out the pics. Awesome ! Join our mailing list ( at http://eepurl.com/zJ9lH ) to get your next and every episode with Show Notes delivered directly to your email as soon as the episode is available. It's a simple one-time drop of your email address into the form and check "receive podcast by email". We respect your email privacy.
Welcome to the American Patchwork & Quilting podcast, a podcast aimed at making your quilting life more fun and creative, while connecting with quilters just like you. Join the staff of the magazines you love for a great episode filled with tips and tricks. This podcast is sponsored by Moda Fabrics and Baby Lock. Enjoy! Visit www.allpeoplequilt.com/podcast to see our complete podcast archives!
Rank #1: 6-27-16 Barbara Cline, Sherri McConnell, and Charise Randell join Pat Sloan on American Patchwork and Quilting Radio.
I am so fascinated by Barbara Cline's quilts! She has such an eye for creating designs that look complicated but are not! Her new Triangle stars book is packed with great project ideas, and she is going to give us some tips today on fabric picking and working with templates.http://www.delightfulpiecing.com/-----------------Sherri McConnell does incredible work and I'm smitten with her fabric lines and her patterns! She and her daughter Chelsi Stratton design the fabric lines and Sherri sews up incredible projects.. maybe daily.. on her website. We are going to chat about her fabrics , using a collection effectively and I hope for some insider tips for getting things done from a true expert! Sherri is also one of The Splendid Sampler designers!www.aquiltinglife.com/-------------------Charise Randell of Charise Creates designs incredible projects, uses amazing fabric selections and take such beautiful photos you want to drop everything to make what she shows you. From paper pieced blocks to little totes, it's all about the details in Charise's work. She is also one of the designers Jane Davidson and I asked to join us for the Splendid Sampler, we are so lucky she did!http://charisecreates.blogspot.com/================visit American Patchwork & Quilting at http://allpeoplequilt.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/apqmagazineVisit host Pat Sloan at http://www.patsloan.com
Rank #2: 8-29-16 Jackie Padesky, Donna DeSoto, and Helen Stubbings join Pat Sloan on American Patchwork and Quilting Radio.
I thought it would be super fun to share how things roll in the land of quilting! I am inspired every day by quilters and their creativity. A few months back I noticed that pineapples were showing up all over the place and low and behold there was also a pineapple quilt that was too cute for words! I of course, want to make it. Because I love to make cute things. BUT I also wanted to chat with the quilter behind ‘that pineapple quilt’ and learn a bit about Jackie Padesky of Pineapple fame!https://www.instagram.com/jackiepadeskyquilts/----------------Donna Desoto is back and I’m so excited! She loves to organize large quilt challenge, and she is very good at it! The first was the tribute to the Beatles and now the 2nd quilt challenge to honor the 100th anniversary of the National Parks is out on exhibit and there is a beautiful book to go along with it. Donna’s challenges are clever and well thought out. I will reveal what the 3rd is and IF I’m participating this time.. on today’s show!www.npscentennialquilts.com http://www.fiberbeatles.com/ http://dmdesoto-iep.blogspot.com/ www.donnadesoto.com------------------I caught up with my awesome Australian friend Helen Stubbings at the trade show then organized to record her when she got home. Helen's been very busy doing a online class and Opening a Quilt shop! She and chat about her English Paper Piecing with her applique papers, that i am so in love with I'm going to host a sew along with them pretty soon... Her papers have been me the way to do English Paper Piecing that work for my brain! And she talks us through a tour of her studio! Plus.. her background before designing is pretty interesting.. you'll love it! www.hugsnkisses.typepad.com----------------visit American Patchwork & Quilting at http://allpeoplequilt.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/apqmagazineVisit host Pat Sloan at http://www.patsloan.com
The Simple Handmade Everyday podcast is where I talk about living a creative, intentional life. I like to chat about quilting, knitting, what I'm reading and watching, and even a little bit about keeping a cozy, organized home.
Rank #1: Episode 3: In Which I Talk About QuiltCon and Knitting Disasters.
In this episode I talk about my feelings about QuiltCon, knitting frustrations, a new book, a new to me show, and a simple menu planning hack. For complete show notes, visit my blog: Simple. Handmade. Everyday.
Rank #2: Episode 34: In Which I Chat About New Quilting Projects, a Favorite Book, and a Confession about Being Clumsy.
In this episode, I chat about lots of quilting projects, a fabulous free motion quilting class, some book recommendations, and more decluttering! For complete show notes, visit the Simple Handmade Every blog.
Join us as we explore all things quilting in our bi-weekly episodes. From behind the scenes stories to our favorite tips and tricks, listen in as we chat about our passion for sewing. More information available at our website: ConnectingThreads.com.
Rank #1: A Passion for Quilting.
Welcome to episode 6 here on the Connecting Threads podcast! First up, Kris and our fantastic educator, Barb Tatera discuss the ins-and-outs of thread selection. Our quilts are only as good as the materials we use, and choosing the right thread for both piecing and quilting is step one to a project that will last for years to come. Learn about thread choice, color selection and everything in between as these quilting pros put their heads together. (Starts at :46) Next, Kris and Patrice talk about the upcoming Quilt Festival in Houston. Last year was our first year attending with a booth and, since then, we've been counting the days until we're back. Look out Houston, here we come! (Starts at 16:31) Happy quilting!
Rank #2: All About Applique.
Welcome to Applique week here on the podcast! First up, Kris joins me to talk about precut pre-fused applique kits. (:34) Perfect for both beginners and seasoned applique enthusiasts, these kits offer a fun (and fast) way to sew up your next applique project. Next, Judy shares her favorite tools for applique quilting. (15:02) As always, choosing the right tool for the right technique makes all the difference. Happy quilting! www.ConnectingThreads.com
Canada's number one podcast for quilting, fibre art and everything in between, answering your quilting questions with the experts across Canada.
Rank #1: Episode 017 Canadian Quilt Talk - Carol Seeley, Award Winning Fibre Artist.
Award-winning teacher and quilter Carol Seeley shares her story, what inspires her and what it was like to win the Viewer's Choice Award at the CQA 2013 National Juried Show.
Rank #2: Episode 020 Canadian Quilt Talk - Charity Quilts.
Donating Quilts in your community can be a fun and rewarding volunteer experience. Learn how to get started and do it right this week with Brandy's 8 tips on getting involved in quilting for charity.