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Just listened to your interview – Awesome! Diane sounds like a lot of fun. Loved her perspective, and your interview technique was excellent. Also, you had great sound quality. Please send me an email to let me know how you did it.
Rock on, sister podcaster!
So enjoyed the interview with Denise! (My daughter is named Denise, so how could I not?) She seems like she would be a lot of fun to hang out with. Also, I too heart the Command Strips. They are the best invention since the rotary cutter. I believe you could hang a car on the wall with them if you had enough. They are amazingly strong. If you want to take a look at the project that Been There Done That has inspired me to finish, take a look at my blog, http://patchplaywithme.blogspot.com. It’s been sitting in a box for two years, and now it’s up in my kitchen, reminding me of a great vacation in Montana and also of just how darn much fun quilting is!
Just finished listening to the interview with Denise in PA. Loved it. I second everyone else’s thoughts – she sounds like a whole lot of fun! Why don’t you have a podcast, Denise? Can’t wait to hear the two of you again.
Really enjoyed the interview with Denise. This was a great idea! I understood when you were busy and couldn’t post regularly, but I’m so happy to be hearing from you more often again. Keep up the great work!
Thank you all so much for the great comments – I frankly was a little nervous to listen (and haven’t yet!) until the reviews came in – whew! I know I talk too fast and probably talked over Allison constantly (I’ll be better next time o:). I’m toying with doing a podcast – because my dear friend Allison has mentioned it me a time or two – LOLOL! It was so much fun doing this interview!
Thanks for the great show. I loved Diane’s comments about longarms. I really want one, but can’t afford to pay that much for a hobby. However, I found a shop that will allow me to use their HQ16 for only $10 per hour. And after 9 hours of class. There is a 4 month waiting list for the class, but I’m on it!
Wow Ellen, $10 an hour is a great deal – I’ve heard $20. The HQ16 is an easy machine to learn to use so you’ll be zipping out those quilts in no time (I can’t believe the wait time though!). Sorry to hi-jack your comments Allison – ROTFL!!
Great job, Allison and Denise. I enjoyed the interview and the chit chat. I googled “Accuquilt” as I wasn’t familiar with it.
Denise…I have the Winter Wonderland quilt pattern….my question to you is, “did you use 2 layers of fabric to do the embroidery blocks?”. The pattern suggests this, but I never have used 2 layers.
I am organizing my patterns and magazines, thanks to Allison’s BTDT campaign. Winter Wonderland is on my Bucket List.
Thanks and regards from Gail in WA
Hi Gail – thanks!! Yes, I did use two layers for the emroidery (a white muslin as the base). First time I have done that, but now that I have I get why they tell you to do it that way. I’m in love with Crabapple Hill designs. When I finish WW (I think I have 3 more embroidery blocks to do, I have Over the River to do and then DH just brought me the Halloween Journey pattern he picked up at a yard sale! I’ll be embroidering ’til I’m 90!
Love it! Love it! Great information and Denise is wonderful. It is nice to hear from regular girls and the trials and tribulations with some of the items found in the market place. You girl made me feel like I had two Quilt Guild meetings this month instead of only one. Both of you keep up the good work. I feel new quilting energy!
love your podcast– especially appreciate your honesty when you review products, mags, patterns etc.