Today on the podcast we are talking about Creative Diversions. First up, we discuss our favorite sewing machine features that would need to be on the sewing machine we design. Our guest is Tula Pink. She tells us what it is really like to design a sewing machine, then tells us all about the moment she knew she wanted to become a fabric designer. Finally, we each talk about our personal creative diversions, and how we made the jump to working in the quilting industry.
Today on the podcast we are talking about Crossover Crafting—or the crafts that make you cheat on quilting. Our guests are Amanda Carestio, senior editor of Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery and one of hosts of the Sew & Tell podcast. We also have Allison Korleski producer at Interweave and host and producer of the podcast, Fiber Nation. Finally, in our Fine Finishes segment, we ask the question If you were stuck on a desert island, and you could only bring one craft, what would you...
Today, we are talking about free-motion quilting. Lori, Tracy, and Ginger discuss what is on their level of expertise on quilting. Our guest is Karlee Porter, creator of Graffiti Quilting and founder of Honest Fabric. Finally, we discuss the controversial topic of when to buy the longarm. Listen in and get the show notes here at quiltingcompany.com/podcast.
On today’s podcast we are talking about embellishing quilts. Lori, Tracy, and Vivika discuss what is on their design wall and what is trending in art quilting. Our guest is event specialist and educator for Huskvarna Viking, Karen Charles. Finally, we discuss the controversial topic How to cover up your quilting “Ooopsies”. Listen in and get the show notes here: quiltingcompany.com/podcast.
On today’s podcast, we are talking about planning quilts. Lori, Tracy, and Ginger discuss how they plan their quilt projects. Our guest is designer Scott Flanagan of 4th & Main Designs. Finally, we discuss the controversial topic “Design Rejects” and when to throw in the towel on a quilt pattern.
On today’s podcast, we are talking about being green and frugal. Lori, Tracy, and Ginger discuss their favorite eco-friendly products, projects, and designers to follow. Then we discuss the most unusual things we have put on a quilt.
We’re talking about the quilt shows we all know and love, and the behind-the-scenes coordination that happens when we’re not looking. We also talk about our first quilt shows and, if we entered a quilt, would we want it to be judged? Tune in!
We’ll be talking to Karen Gibbs—Design Director for Banyon Batiks by Northcott—about how her passion feeds her business. Then, we move into our Open Studio segment to discuss how our passion has influenced our lives and careers. Finally, we’ll tackle the age-old question: machine quilting or hand quilting? This is the quilting podcast you’ve been waiting for—take a listen!
We explore how we got into quilting and where this incredible journey has taken us, then we discuss and learn more about the Quilts of Valor® program, which awards quilts to any warrior who has been touched by war. We end the program by stating where each of us stands on the extremely controversial topic… to pin or not to pin? This is the quilting podcast you’ve been waiting for—take a listen!