Archive for August, 2006
In which I introduce the show as program number 60. I forgot I phoned-in a show while I was on vacation.
Please bear with me about the pictures for this one: I’ve got to pack for the retreat this weekend, so I won’t have all the pictures loaded til I get back, as they all have to be processed thru Photoshop and 26 Things have to be uploaded to a scrapbook in Flickr — beleive me, they’re worth the wait!
I found the new Issue of Quilters
…why, quilt shops, of course!
I’m checking in today to let you know that I am officially on vacation and being pulled away to interesting locations by my family. No time to do a podcast here. The remote call-in that I did sounds so bad that I decided not to do any more — sorry!
Here’s a tidbit of info to recap last week:
I spent five days checking out 11 quilt shops and talking to all kinds of quilters — I loved every minute of it. I have collected books, patterns, fabric and all kinds of pictures and info to share with you when I return next week. I’m so excited about the things that I’ve found – and have even added block designs to my “Household Flowers” wool quilt.
There is so much to share with you — including an interview from a lunch spent with Barbara Jones of Quilt Soup.
I’ll be back on Wednesday, August 16th with a brand new show – so stay tuned, and in the meantime, Happy Quilting!!
This week I’m on the road in Utah. Dropping my son Robin off at a summer camp at Brigham Young University and am teaching at Corn Wagon Quilts in Springville, Utah.
I also met one of my favorite contemporary artists Eric Dowdle at a local mall in Orem.
There’s much more packed in just a few minutes of showtime today. Forgive me, but I literally phoned-in my podcast today to my husband who took the sound and posted it online. Apologies for the lower-quality sound.
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