Have you discovered the Quilter On Fire podcast yet? It has become my favourite thing to listen to while I cut fabric. I cut slowly, so I've had plenty of time to binge-listen to diverse quilters sharing their quilting stories as they chat with Brandy Maslowski, the podcast host. It's always entertaining, and I always look forward to the next episode.
That's why I was thrilled when Brandy invited me to be a guest on the podcast. I enjoyed chatting with her back in June, and the episode went live yesterday!
I spilled about how I started quilting and designing and what I'm planning for Canuck Quilter in the next few months. There's a bit about a Star Trek uniform in there as well. If you haven't heard that story, you'll have to go listen to the podcast. If you have heard the story, I hope you'll listen anyway. There's a huge Canuck Quilter pattern giveaway to sweeten the deal! I sent patterns to Brandy to do with as she pleased and she chose to offer them as a giveaway prize. You can enter that here.
While you go listen, I'll be in my sewing room binding a stack of quilts. I filmed a little sneak peek video of the unbound quilts to share with you, but I haven't figured out how to get them from the camera to the computer. Until I sort that out, I'll leave you with a photo of the stack.
Congrats Joanne. I'm listening to your interview - it's so cool to hear your voice. Take care.ReplyDelete
How cool! Pretty, pretty bindings - can't wait to see the final quilts!ReplyDelete
I've had this link saved for, um, almost a month now, and FINALLY remembered it today! What a fun interview - and you sound so different than I imagined in my head, but in a good way.ReplyDelete
Hi, I have just listened to your podcast. It was great to put a voice to your photo. I found it very interesting. I am new to podcast and this was my first. I have followed your blog a while ago but lost my list somehow on mine. I made many of your scrap butterfly blocks. I even got my group making them. I am now so interested in your temperature quilt and have printed off your pattern. I really do like the idea of your backing but I will look into making the number blocks. So I am on the search for that. Thankyou for your generosityReplyDelete