Hello friends! Today I’m sharing the Quilting Life Podcast Episode 19 Show notes with a list of things we shared in ths week’s episod, along with links to quilts and more. I enjoyed listening to the episode while writing this post, and hope you’ll enjoy it as well.
Quilting Life Podcast Episode 19 Show Notes
After each episode I listen to the audio and make notes about all of our conversation topics and look up links. You can find all of these details in the show notes post for each episode. Enjoy!
Episode 19 Topics
This was a topic-packed episode for sure. Most of today’s topics came from listener and viewer questions–thank you so much to everyone who sent them in.
- How to find Show Notes and links
- Managing your fabric stash
- How to find a long-arm quilter
- Pre-cuts vs. Yardage
- How to you break up your quilting year for seasonal sewing
- Moving a sewing room
- Block Placement in Quilts
- Cutting + organization before beginning a quilt
- Design Boards
- Quilting Goals
- Projects we love to sew for our homes
- How we manage housework with sewing time.
Episode 19 Links
- Quilt on the Wall: Vintage Charm
- Quilt on the Table: 2019 HST Block of the Month
- Quilting Life January Block of the Month
- Salt Cellar Pincushions (Etsy shop and pattern for sale)
- Design Boards
Where to Listen & Watch
Where to Find Sherri & Chelsi
- Sherri’s Blog (you are here)
- A Quilting Life Pattern Shop (Sherri’s)
- Chelsi’s Blog
- Chelsi’s Pattern Shop
- A Quilting Life Instagram
- Chelsi Stratton Instagram
- A Quilting Life YouTube Channel
- Sherri & Chelsi Facebook Group
Our Next Episode
I hope you enjoyed the A Quilting Life Podcast Episode 19 Show Notes post on goals. Our next episode will air on Monday, February 1st and will be our 20th episode–so excited about that. To find all of the previous Podcast Show Notes posts, go here.
Happy quilting, and thanks so much for stopping by!
Sue Kennedy says
Hello Sherri, Chelsi, and Billy
Your pod casts get better and better!! Thank you for your great tips and ideas!! It is such a blessing to see the love of a family producing these wonderful podcast!!
Keep up the fantastic work!
Becklyn Henning says
Sherri and Chelsie, love your podcasts and I have learned many tips. You mentioned pinning and how you place them. I am left handed for many things I do and placing the pins for me is, pin head on fabric and sharp end facing the needle. I have to pull them out from the left so taking them out on the right would not work for me. Awkward. LOL.
Susan Bankhead says
Sherri and Chelsie: I am left handed and I pin the opposite way you do. My pin head is on the left of the seam with the sharp end pointing to the right. I think my way is better because when I’m using a 1/4 inch foot that has the edge on it, I can keep my pin in place much longer than if I pinned on the right. When the pin is on the right, the edge of my 1/4 inch foot catches on the pin and I have to remove it. Does that make sense? For the longest time I saw everyone else placing their pins with the head on the right of the seam and I couldn’t understand why they would do it that way. It’s so much more efficient to not have to remove that pin so early.
Janeen Kopp says
I love your ideas on organization. I sat down and compiled a list of the projects I completed last year after hearing your podcast.
I purchased your planned and intend to make full use of it this year. I love having one place for sewing related ideas and work.
Do you have ideas about organizing quilting books? I need to organize them in a tidy way but also remind myself why I bought them and what I want to make.