Program #52 – The Catch-You-Up Show

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This is the show to catch-you-up on what I’ve been doing for the last couple of weeks.

Apologies for the noisy background (once again). I am reorganizing my quilt space and I can’t currently get to my computer – or anything else for that matter!

Featured in this Podcast:
Quilt Chipper – A National Quilt Identity System and Registry
New OLFA

2 Responses to Program #52 – The Catch-You-Up Show

  1. Sharon says:

    I have only recently discovered your podcast so haven’t listened to many episodes, but wanted to write in and say how much I am enjoying it. And I thought episode 50 was a fantastic interview, I learned so much about marketing and designing patterns, and while I was listening I googled some of her other patterns, etc. – it was great. Here in the UK we do not have access to the wealth of quilting television that America enjoys, also not so many instructors etc. so to be able to find out all the latest news from the quilting world via podcasts such as yours is fantastic. Best wishes,
    Sharon (west of London, UK)

  2. Charlene Sul says:

    I must say I really enjoy your show. I was born and raised in San Jose and my family has been in the area for many generations. I now live in Tracy so it is very comforting to hear about all of your adventures up and down Northern California. Thank you for your time and heartfelt commitment.

    In this show, or a previous show you asked for comments regarding the interviews. I think it is a great idea, my only problem is the quality of audio. I listen to podcasts in my car (I have a 1.5 hour commute) so… if voices are not clear, if the range between one voice and another is extreme or if the speakers are hard to understand I will always stop listening. It is not simply strenuous, it hurts my ears. Further not all podcasters know how to interview.

    You have shared a couple of really nice interviews both in content and quality, but the first ones were really hard to hear. Keep improving, I know it will only get better.

    My best to you and your wonderful family.

    Charlene Sul
    a transplant, born and raised in San Jose.

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