Episode 202: The So Late It’s Early Episode

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These quilts are going to QuiltCon 2017!

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If you’re interested in Amish Quilts, here’s a site you’re going to love:

Love Alida’s post on how she’s using the Quilter’s Journal!

Angela Walter has a YouTube show!

Block@quiltblock.studio site a new–or new to me–site about quilts. Very interesting!

Hope your holidays are merry and bright!

8 Replies to “Episode 202: The So Late It’s Early Episode”

  1. Listened as I was wrapping gifts. I saw the wooden “quilts” in Doylestown, PA . It was in one room and the
    exhibition Blanket Statements: Kaffe Fassett etc. was in the next room. My friend and I found the wooden
    quilts interesting. We spend our beach vacation at the Jersey shore so I did feel an infinity to the project.

    Enjoy your Christmas.

  2. For some reason, this comment section popped up in your podcast email to me, so now, it is easier for me to figure out how to comment. In keeping with your stated wishes, I say hi. Hi. Denise (Working on my 9th quilt)

  3. I love to listen to audio books, especially in my sewing room- you should consider reading Birds in the Air in an audio book form. You have a lovely voice, which is important to me when I listen to audio books OR podcasts.

  4. Congratulations to Jack. What a lovely and solid Christmas to know your college is set. Merry Christmas Frances. I was trying to remember how old your boys were when you first started your podcast. Time.

  5. Thanks so much for the link to Angela’s show. She is adorable and so fun to watch! Glad to see that The Stitch TV Show has started a trend.

    I tried signing up for the Quiltfiction.com newsletter and it says I need to enter a valid email address. But I did! Can you add me please? I don’t want to miss it.

    Congratulations again on Jack’s acceptance to Davidson. Now he can relax and enjoy all the fun of his last semester of high school!

    Happy New Year!

  6. Congrats on your quilts getting into the show! I can’t wait to take a selfie with you in front of one of them. WE MUST DO THIS.

    I had to laugh at your “bad parenting” because my kids are the total opposite. They’ll make crude jokes at the table while pretending to be zombies, letting chewed food dangle from their mouths, yet they used their own money that they earned from their real jobs to buy Christmas gifts for everyone they know and love. Ya know what I think? It’s all relative, and no matter what, the kids are going to be alright 🙂

    I can’t wait to see you in person and hug your neck, southern style, in February.

  7. I am so glad that your quilts are going to Quiltcon, Congratulations! It was sure fun chatting about the layout with you. We did our one and only super big trip after our kids left home so I can relate to you travel plans, lol. We are planning more trips abroad and couldn’t do that when the kids were in school , jobs etc. I cant wait to hear all about Quilt Con.

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