Here’s the back I’m working on. No guarantees that the finished product will look anything like this–in fact, I’m not sure if I like this or not!
Here’s the front:
Info on Josef and Annie Albers (Josef’s work on the left, Annie on the right)
What I’m reading:
Chances Are by Richard Russo
A Pilgrimage to Eternity by Timothy Egan
What I’m listening to:
Milk Street (food podcast)
Simple. Handmade. Everyday. (crafting/cozy home podcast)
The Argument (politics podcast)
Old Time Fiddle Tunes playlist on Spotify (perfect for this time of year!)
See you next time!
Kate’s quilt–the back, so far:
I think I ended up posting this picture of Kate’s quilt top last time, but here we go again:
Messing around with fabric:
Listen to Vicki here:
Listen to Stephanie here:
Listen to Stephanie interview Heidi Parkes here:
Another podcast, which I think I’ve mentioned more than once, though not in this ep:
Simple Handmade Everyday
The Gifted School by Bruce Holsinger
I’ve got a new book coming out on Tuesday, October 8!
Except I meant to post this last Wednesday!
Might add a few things in a bit …Here’s my quilt in progress:
Minimal show notes:
Can’t make this quilt work out!
This isn’t right …
And this isn’t right …
Maybe this, with one more little star? I don’t know.
Mostly I’m just ready to be done.
Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud and the Last Trial of Harper Lee by Casey Cep
Mrs. Everything by Jennifer Weiner
The Summer Book by Tove Jansson
See you next time!
Here are the quilts I talked about in this episode:
Riley Blake Challenge Quilt
Dorothy’s Pinwheel Quilt
A close-up on the quilting, while the quilting was still in progress:
The back of the quilt, which is my favorite part:
The quilt I’m making for my friend. Can’t figure out quite what I’m doing, but I’m interested …
Books I mentioned (with a mangling of titles and authors):
Normal People by Sally Rooney
Underland: A Deep Time Journey by Robert MacFarlane
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Okay, here are some pix of the quilts I talk about:
Best in Show: “Smile” by By Leanne Chahley, Stephanie Ruyle, Felicity Ronaghan, Kari Vojtechovsky, Melissa Ritchie, Diane Stanley, Marci Debetaz, Debbie Jeske, Karen Foster, Hillary Goodwin
“Double-Edged Love” by Victoria Findlay Wolfe
“My Brother’s Jeans” by Melissa Averinos
“Going Up” by Stephanie Skardal
“Separated” by Val Lubereck
“Carolinas” by Terry Peart
“Passage #3” by Carson Converse
“Line After Line: by Michelle Settle
“Briar Rose” by Patty Dudek
“Weave” by Susan Slusser Clay
“Random Hexagons by the Block” by Catherine Redford
“But, Was that Me?” by Heidi Parkes
Sorry for the clicking noises in this episode–for some reason I kept tapping on my recorder. Don’t know why, but I know that it’s irritating.
Stuff I’m working on:
Handquilting the Pinwheel quilt:
“Springtime in the Rockies (Detail):
The picture that inspired me, from Southern Quilts:
Pictures from Glencoe Mill and Village:
Joe Cunningham video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pglzj6i57y4
Southern Quilts by Mary Kerr
Unconventional and Unexpected: American Quilts Under the Radar 1950-2000 by Roderick Kiracofe
Wild by Design: Two Hundred Years of Innovation and Artistry in American Quilts by Janet Catherine Berlo and Patricia Cox Crews.
Talk to you next time!
I finished a quilt top in December–a fun pinwheel that was simple, straightforward, and won’t take years and years to quilt. That’s my kind of quilt.
Good news! “Sit-In” is going to QuiltCon in February!
Books: My friend Barbara recommended a book I thoroughly enjoyed: Meet You at the Museum by Anne Youngson. It’s charming, funny, sometimes sad, and well worth reading. Favorite Christmas novel: The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai. Best book I’ve read in ages!
If you’re looking for a good time, join the Quiltfiction Club over on Facebook. It’s Quiltfiction’s closed group, and we’re having fun telling stories, sharing quilts and recipes, and making friends.
Happy New Year, everyone!