Sunday, October 3, 2010

episode 15: charmed, i'm sure

What I'm Working On

Hexagon English Paper Piecing in Anna Maria Horner scraps
Designer Mystery Block of the Month - August & September are finished
Dresden Plate Table Runner in Denyse Schmidt Hope Valley
Hunky Dory Charm Quilt
Helena Baby Sweater in O-Wool
Wolly Bully Yarn Shop
Amy Butler Belle Organic Aran
Regia Hand-Dye Effect

The Stash Report

1.25" yards Sandi Henderson Daily Path from Meadowsweet
2 yards Hunky Dory by Chez Moi

1 yard for the Scrappy Do Table Runner

50 yds baseline
-1 yard
=52.25 yards in stash

Bad Stitches Happen to Good People
A quilt masacre!

How you can use pins to mark your rows.

Topic: Favorite blogs and podcasts
Red Pepper Quilts
Oh, Fransson
Film in the Fridge
Crazy Mom Quilts
p.s. i quilt
Jaybird Quilts

Knitmore Girls
Spin Control
Sew Forth Now


  1. Hi, I just posted a picture on the FLIKR group of my Tiny Treat Bags from the Fall 2010 issue of Quilts and More. Your review of the magazine made me buy it and I've made 18 bags to far! They are so cute. Sherry

  2. Sarah, was this episode posted to iTunes yet? I can only find 9/19 as the most recent, not this one.

  3. Ditto.. just came back from i tunes... Your podcast has not shown up (10-6-10)

    Do you post on any other site? If so please provide a link.

  4. I have another question about the podcasts - why do they take longer than other podcasts to download? Similar podcasts (same size in MB) take me a few minutes but this one usually takes 20 - 30 minutes. I just wondered if there is a reason?

  5. I need to clarify that I download it despite the time it takes because I enjoy listening to your podcasts - it's well worth the extra time.

  6. Good morning all! Thanks for your comments - I'm feeling the love. :-)

    I believe I figured out the upload issues this a.m. Not sure how long iTunes will take to pick up the feed. Hopefully it will be available by this afternoon.

    @ Diane - Not sure why it takes that long to download. Is anyone else having that issue?

    Here's a link to the actual feed - you may be able to listen from here?

  7. Thanks for the feed but I think I'll continue to download it from iTunes. I like to listen to my podcasts during my walks. They keep me company and make the time go by much quicker!

  8. The sound quality has greatly improved. And thanks so much for mentioning CraftLit. I think it's a great idea. I just recently listened to my first audio book & was thinking about getting another but now I'm just going to listen to CraftLit! My hands are always busy, but I love literature, so I really like listening to books,

    -debby, chester ny