Celebrate my 7 Year Podcastiversary and Enter to Win a Fat Quarter Bundle!

I’ve been doing this little quilting podcast for seven years as of October 17, 2017! Time certainly has flown, and I wanted to host a little celebration, which of course means a giveaway!

The fine people at Windham have donated this fabulous bundle of 17 fat quarters from the new Flourish line from Mia Whittemore (who got her line produced by winning a context with Uppercase magazine – fun!), which comes in lucious purples, yellows, and botanical prints.

I would show a picture of the actual bundle, but I forgot to take a picture of it before jetting out of town, so here is Windham’s graphic and a link to ogle it on their website.

Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the giveaway; you’ve got until midnight October 24 (US Eastern time) to enter the giveaway, and I will ship internationally!

Thanks for listening!

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49 Replies to “Celebrate my 7 Year Podcastiversary and Enter to Win a Fat Quarter Bundle!”

  1. Congrats of 7 years! Love listening to your podcast. I like that you do book recommendations on top of your quirky stuff. Books pair so well with a finished quilt.

  2. I really enjoy your podcast! Lately I’ve been feeling like I’m tired of every quilt being a gift or a giveaway. I really want to just make some projects for me! Is that selfish? How do you balance personal projects with gifts? It seems like I always push my own projects to the bottom of the list…

  3. Congratulations. I have just recently become aware of ruler work. I have heard you mention it and would like to here more about what rulers you use and what you would recommend for a beginner to start with.

  4. Congrats on 7 years of podcasting! I do enjoy listening to you as well as watching TheStitchTVShow too. Keep up the good and often hilarious entertainment for us. Thanks.

  5. Congratulations on 7 years of podcasting. Love listening to all of your stories over the years. Looking forward to the next 7 years. 😼

  6. Congratulations Pam. I’ve listened to every single episode and wait eagerly for each new one. Thank you!!

  7. Congratulations, I have listened to and enjoyed every one of your podcasts! Thanks for sharing your life with us!

  8. Congratulations on 7 years of podcasting! What a great accomplishment. I really appreciate your regular and continuous posting as well as the time and effort it takes. Happy Podcastiversary.

  9. Congratulations! I have only caught a couple shows (I just found you.) so I don’t know all the subjects you have spoken on.

  10. Congrats on 7 years. I have been listening from the beginning. I would love to win a fat quarter bundle. Thanks for your podcast and the stitch.. How about a show about battings?

  11. Congrats on seven years ! I have enjoyed each episode and always look forward to a new episode. I am wondering, why don’t you use your 1/4 accufeed foot when piecing? just curious.

  12. Pam, your podcast has been the soundtrack of my entire quilting journey. I’m so glad you have been there. I seldom comment but I hear every word and I think of yo7 when my helper cats are inspecting my work. Congratulations on 7 years and the expansion of your quilting career into The Stitch.

  13. Congratulations, I can’t think but maybe tell me how to add decorative trims. I can never figure out how to deal with the corners.

  14. Congratulations. I think I found your podcast about 4 years ago. Most of the time I listen to you while I´m cleaning the bathroom. ;-))
    I really like your book recomendations.

  15. Congratulations Pam. Love the podcast and the tv show. I have learned much from you!

    Question for the stitch…machine vs hand binding; preferred method…

  16. Congratulations Pam. Love the podcast and the tv show. You have taught me much, given me great ideas, and made me laugh over the years.

    Question for the stitch tv show…Machine binding vs hand binding

  17. Thoroughly enjoy your podcast and The Stitch TV Show! Have you or Lynn ever made a quilted jacket and if so, how did it come out? What are your thoughts on quilted wearables?

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