HtbaS – Episode 198

This week, I talk about preparing for retreat, my class with Kimberly Einmo, delightfulness, and the hazards of 80’s hairstyles (there’s a spot of language in that section, but I give a warning before it so you can turn it down if you have kids listening with you).

5 Replies to “HtbaS – Episode 198”

  1. Thanks for answering my question. Wish I had a quilty friend with a long arm. I don’t have any quilting friends. Well….other than the #twilters none in my town.
    Another question, sorry….. you talk a lot about the things you are working on. How do you organize things you are working on. (i.e. quilt tops, table runner, post cards, bags ect.) So that you don’t loose the pieces and parts to each projects.

    You know all quilters are their own brand of crazy. Hence I am 40 and I wear my hair in a ponytail. HaHaHa
    Great podcast thanks Pam!

  2. It was fun listening to you talk about prepping for a retreat while doing the same thing! My group is having a Charity Sew-in next weekend, and three bed sized quilts are coming out of my stash. A couple of book recommendations: “The Golem and the Jinni” by Helene Wecker, and the Flavia de Luce series by Alan Bradley, starting with “The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie” (audiobooks read by Jayne Entwistle are excellent.)

  3. enjoyed listening to your podcast last night as I went to sleep. Missed so much of it that I had to start again this morning whilst I did some tidying up here at my boys place. Got the machine out this afternoon though and after a spot of mending I was able to start work on my jeans quilt. I’m not sewing in my camper trailer though as expected but in the spare room at the town house we own that the boys live in whilst going to uni. Their flatmate recently moved out and we took over the room. It was lovely to sew and listen to your dulcet tones so I got to finish off the podcast finally. Thanks for the book tips. Thinking I might try to download one of them onto kindle for the trip. Enjoy your quilt retreat. Prepping for them is very important. I made the kimberly Einmo mystery quilt at one last year. She seems such a lovely person on the class and I know a couple of the podcasters have interviewed her and she does seem such a lovely person. I would probably buy her rulers for the same reason

  4. Your mother saved you so much embarrassment! Those crimped hair pics (along with the perms, the scrunchies, and all sorts of other insanity) are so delightful when played in a slideshow at any significant birthday or other milestone. Why does my dad love that hideous 10th grade picture so much??

    As for 40…well, you’ve learned the secret. That is the age when you finally stop caring what everyone else thinks so much and just do what makes you happy. The 40s are just awesome like that!

  5. Thank your Mom! Just ordered Midnight Riot. I will also ask my friend in Scotland to check the name question.

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