HtbaS – Episode 292

In this episode of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast, I catch everyone up on the quilt pile-up in my sewing room, some plans for holiday break sewing, guild activities, and some life events like chaperoning a 7th grade field trip and recent holiday parties.

The book I review in this episode is “I’ll Take You There” by Wally Lamb.

The next Virtual Stitch-In is tonight, December 9, 7-8:30 pm US Eastern! Watch (and chat with us!) on YouTube.

Today’s podcat was Morelli!

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3 thoughts on “HtbaS – Episode 292

  1. I don’t know why I write such long comments. I try not to, but can’t seem to help myself.

    I also love the Peter Grant/Rivers of London series. It is actually a series that I read over and over. I think I need to read the last couple of books again, because I want to be prepared for the Hanging Tree. Midnight Riot is too long to get through on the drive home from Portland, which is a shame, because the YM likes the series also, but doesn’t really have the lifestyle to listen to books without me right at the moment.

    You can always use SurveyMonkey (or similar) to get quick feedback. You could post a 1-3 question survey with a picture of your quilt/pattern and see what random people think.

  2. I was relating to your stories of chaperoning your son’s field trip. I usually go on all of both my kids field trips (as my son has a learning disability) and I’ve experienced all you were describing. I usually need 2 days to recoup from the day.
    I’ve been meaning to recommend a book series for at least a year. I’m a procrastinator. Lol. It’s The Girl In the Box series by Robert J Crane. The first book is Alone. And I believe there are at least 5 books. Then he continues the series into another series called Out of the Box and the first book in that series is Limitless.

    Hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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