HtbaS – Episode 16

This week, I finished two quilts! I also did some sewing for charity. At the end of the episode I give some info on how I podcast (hint: it’s cheap and easy!) and some pick-me-up podcasts in case you are battling the winter blahs.

Ta da! The Groundhog Day quilt:

Groundhog Day Quilt

Here’s the back (ivory print from my stash, with some jelly roll leftover bits):

Groundhog Day Quilt - Back

My seven quilts donated to Project Linus. The top one is my favorite.

Project Linus Donations

The Spring Quilt! Maybe I should come up with a better name…

The Spring Quilt

Close up of the Sawtooth Star FMQ heart detail:

Spring Quilt - Sawtooth Star Quilting Detail

And here’s the quilting from the back. I used muslin for the back because it’s a wall-hanging:

Spring Quilt - Back Detail

Helper Cat is always watching:

Helper Cat is Always Watching

7 Replies to “HtbaS – Episode 16”

  1. Hi Pam,

    I really am enjoying your podcast. I live in the Atlanta area, but opposite diagonally from you! McDonuogh. I really like that you don’t edit your podcast and you have a natural, easy way of speaking. It really is like a conversation with a friend. If you ever get down to McDonough, let me know. We can visit “A Scarlet Thread”–my local quilt shop.

  2. Hi Lisa – Glad to know of another Atlantan hanging around the quilt pod-o-sphere! I will definitely mention if I’m coming down that way – likewise let me know if you travel to the northwest.

  3. Hi Pam,
    New listener, follower and fellow podcaster(History Quilter) here! I just fell in love with you as you described your low tech approach to podcasting – I’m doing exactly what you are doing (except for the Blip thing…why did I not know about that?.
    Your groundhog quilt is SO cool and I love the idea of a SPA quilt. What a great idea!

  4. Hello Pam. Just wanted to thank you for sharing your podcasting skills. I am considering starting a podcast (at the urging of Susan and the desire of my own). Your information is ever so helpful. I am researching now but am not sure how I could possibly keep up with company such as you and Susan. Anyway…I digress…thank you!

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