HtbaS – Episode 247

It’s my 5 year Podcastiversary!  I talk about that and brief catch up of what’s changed in the last five years, and what I’ve been doing in the sewing room.

Catch us tonight on the virtual Stitch In!  I’ll tweet the Google Hangout link (to view or participate) on my twitter feed @Pantsfreesia, and on the The Stitch TV Show Facebook group.

5 Replies to “HtbaS – Episode 247”

  1. Congratulations on five years!!!!
    Please, please don’t change anything! That is the reason I love your podcast is because it’s like you are just on here talking to friends. Which you are just talking to your quilting buddies……right? Any who, just my opinion.

    Ugh…Halloween costumes. Good luck with that.

  2. Congrats on 5 years. It is always interesting to look back a few years and see where we were and where we are now. Comparisons to what was hot, made us happy and our skill sets from then to now. Keep chatting with majority of us and the few others can listen to the old podcasts to catch up. It is nice to “see” you in a good place now.

  3. Congrats on 5 years. When my blog hit 10 (I started it when I was 13), I felt like I had accomplished something. I liked the mini-recap you did. Every momentous occasion is a good time to do that. Thank you for not doing a recap of your life every week. I’ll try and think of 2 sentences to include. No charge. 😉

    PTA volunteering: Bleah. I agree. Do less. Write a check and move on. Love the Tuba fart idea. I am sure that got a lot of sales just for cleverness. #podcastdeliquent

    Glad to see Dresden Garden still on the To Do list. We all need UFOs. 😉

    I once used a paint stirring stick to keep a tail up on a Hallowe’en costume.

    I think you have a good plan on the brace. My arm is skinny and weak from wearing my two braces almost all the time, even sleeping for the past 8 months. My arm is finally starting, a little, to get better, but the brace created other issues at the same time it was resolving some others. Sigh.

    More later!

  4. Comment Part 2: I was designated as mean parent, because the YM had to give me his Hallowe’en costume selection no later than Oct.1 including drawings (this also, I decided later, started him on a path to go project management skills. Apparently that is a LONG path) so I would have enough time to make it. If he wanted a boxed costume (never) the the timeline didn’t apply.

    My output this year is much lower than the past two years. Part of that was that I finished a number of UFOs. It is easier to finish quilts that are already half done. I know you don’t have that problem. 😉 The part of the equation is that I am working on projects that are not just phoning it in. They are more complicated in some way and that takes longer. Life, too, gets int he way.

    I wanted to play with the Stitch-in and I actually thought I had time, but then I realized I had signed up for a conference that day in Berkeley, so I missed another one. It is on my radar, though, and I am going to try to make one.

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