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HtbaS Quilting Podcast – Episode 308

In this episode of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast, I strongly recommend taking a class from Bill Kerr or Weeks Ringle of Modern Quilt Studio; the design and color theory lessons are amazing! I also catch up on my recent travel, computer woes, and books I’ve read.

Books mentioned in this podcast:

HtbaS – Episode 288

This week, I celebrate my 6th Podcastiversary! I can’t believe I’ve been doing this for six years!

It’s been a busy couple of weeks with travel for work, but projects, quilt finishes, and various cat and dog adventures. I also talk about what to expect for the rest of the year for social sew-ins online.

Books discussed in this episode:

Today’s podcast was Jett on air, but Nina on my lap. Enjoy her pink toe beans!
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The Stitch TV Show – Episode 204 Audio Only

In this mid-month episode, Lynn and Pam talk about attending the Sew Pro Convention in Chicago and some “sewlebrity” sightings. We also take questions from the audience and internet at the Chattahoochee Evening Stars Stars ‘n Stitches quilt show in September. In our second segment, we’re joined by fellow quilter and esteemed author Frances O’Roark Dowell to discuss her new quilting novel, “Birds in the Air“!

This is the audio-only version of the video on YouTube. See show notes, photos, and more on The Stitch TV Show page! This audio-only version of The Stitch is replacing my usual weekly HtbaS podcast; I’ll be back next week for the usual geeky fare!

HtbaS – Episode 287

It’s a jam-packed podcast episode with some talk of working with rulers on a domestic/sit-down machine for free motion quilting, the new challenge Lynn and I are doing for The Stitch, upcoming quilt projects, and lots of book reviews.

Books mentioned in this episode:

Today’s Podcat was Nina.