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In this episode – I share with you a few anecdotes about my latest projects, my latest tips, techniques, rants, design wall or stiffle wall?
Yay, another episode is up! I always get so happy when I see that yes, there is another blog post or podcast. Don’t worry about the fact that your “show notes” organization didn’t work out for you. You got some good shots up online, and I think blew people away with the whole two closet organization thing (well me anyway). I loved your breaker box cover idea.
I think a design wall would sorta stifle me too. At least for working on big projects. What about a little roll up mat that you put smaller projects on? I’ve had to get creative with my space too – it sounds like your whole sewing room is the size of my entire house. So I sew in the living room all over the place. My ironing board is set up in said room right next to where I sew which is smack dab in front of the TV, and I have a rolling table to hold my projects. Crazy.
Take care lady, and I like the way you do podcasts – don’t worry so much about everyone else, I think they (other podcasters) really look up to you for your style of podcasting. I like the others too, but yours is way more conversational!
OMG….I can’t believe what happened to your house blocks. I was listening to the podcast & was about to turn it off when I heard your exit music, but I noticed there was still some running time left on my ipod, so I left it on and felt sooooo bad to hear about what happened to your hiouse blocks. Coffee…how did your little guy get coffee on it. Geez, if it had been milk or apple juice or just about anything else it would not have been nearly as bad. I really felt so bad for you.
On a lighter note, just want to say I like your style of podcasting. Yes, Brye Lynn is very organized and informative & I really like her podcast as well, but we don’t want everyone’s podcast to be the same. Your style is great, so keep it just the way it is.
Neither my husband nor my mom quilt. But last night I showed them your house quilt and the neatly stacked pieces… then I told them what happened with Max and the coffee. I could see their jaws dropping and their eyes opening wide in horror. After a few seconds though my husband started laughing because since we have a 2 year old we’re no strangers to those kinds of mishaps. My husband said that the smell of coffee would make the quilt “homier”, and my mom said that thank God the pieces got stained with coffee. Had Max gotten hold of a cutter it could have been blood… To me quilts are made special not only by the final product, but by the process itself. I think that 30 years from now, when Max have kids of his own you guys will have a blast remembering the day a little boy was very naughty at his moms sewing room…
Great to have you back!
You CAN be a snarky B sometimes 😉 Have you been back to the Rite Aid?
Hey I started a new blog – it’s kind of crafty.
Paint for 30
I love listening to your podcast and listen to it when I am working on my longarm. Anyway, I was listening to this one and felt so bad for you when you came on and said that your house blocks had coffee spilled on them. You sounded so bummed out. It made me wish I could do something to make it better. Anyway, I hope that you don’t feel like the coffee ruined the blocks. Maybe you can look at it as an alternative to tea-dyeing. Thanks for letting me listen in on your life. Keep podcasting. I look forward to every new episode.