HtbaS – Episode 44

I talk about finishing two quilts this week, re-arranging my sewing room, hand sewing, and loving Excel.

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5 thoughts on “HtbaS – Episode 44

  1. Shame on me, I never say this enough to all the podcasters out there, but I love listening to your podcasts and really appreciate all the time and effort that you put into it! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  2. You are so kind to your cats. I have made several cat pillows but have given them away as gifts to people with cats.

    My cat, Bazil has a wicker basket in my sewing room with an old throw blanket in it. He does not have a cat pillow yet. I should make him one. I know he would like it. He routinely feels he has to inspect my quilting progress by walking in front of the sewing machine, stepping on the fabric or walking over the computer, if I’m at the computer. If he approves of my project he kneeds the fabric very slowly and then he looks at me and nods. Oh ya, he also drools while he sleeps.

  3. Pam,
    I think you definitely should put that dogwood quilt in the show!! I am still a wannabe (i’ve never made a bed quilt yet) quilter ,but in my opinion, it is gorgeous .
    If you ever want to put quilts in shows, this sounds Ike a good starter one. As for how you are feeling about it, it seems perfectly normal to me.
    After working in psychiatry for more than 25 years, I can say that very few people start out being thick-skinned about criticism. It only comes after much feedback and the development of an attitude about how much you value what other people say about what you do.
    Also, the ability to pretend to be grateful for “constructive criticism”…and smile
    sweetly,, nobody knows what you are thinking.
    Also, have you been to Gail K.’s on Cheshire Bridge. They have beautiful knits at great prices to buy and stash away for fashion sewing. I have several drawers of it to make my 2011 summer wardrobe.

  4. Yes, dear, it was Manchester Ave. SW for the farm’s address.

    Also yea! for Harrison Ford as an old guy, too! Just saw him in “Cowboys and Aliens”!

    Love ya!

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