Hello, friends! Today I’m sharing the A Quilting Life Podcast Episode 82 Show Notes with today’s topics and links to quilts and more. We also shared the winners of the Bliss Quilt Kit giveaway from Fat Quarter Shop on today’s episode.
A Quilting Life Podcast Episode 82 Show Notes
Episode 82 Topics and Links
We had another wonderful conversation about all things quilting and shared about the following:
- Home Sweet Home in Emma and Simply Delightful (on the wall)
- Country Home in Emma fabrics (on the table and my May $5 pattern)
- Cozy Earth Discount AQUILTINGLIFE for 35% off sitewide
- Listener information on the drunkard’s path block
- Quilting and the internet
- Technology and quilting
Where to Listen and Watch the Podcast
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
- Sherri’s A Quilting Life Patreon Community
Our Next Episode
Thanks so much for stopping by for the A Quilting Life Podcast Episode 82 Show Notes. Be sure to stop by for our next episode which will air on Monday, May 22nd, 2023. As a reminder, we are always looking for listener questions or topic suggestions, so please email them if you have some you would like us to discuss. Also, you can find all of the show notes from the previous episodes here.
Gallarno Teresa says
I have just completed two throw size quilt tops and I am getting them ready for the long arm quilter. While I am intentional about trimming threads as I go along there are still way too many on the back. How do you deal with all the threads? I noticed when you show the back of your blocks that there are no threads. Please help if you can. Thanks
Carol Gutierrez says
Reading definitely helped me to learn about quilting. Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine was read cover to cover the day it came in my mailbox. Then I subscribed to other magazines. I remember buying any book about quilting that I heard about.
I think through the years, I learned through reading, talking to other quilters, then later, on the internet.
I think I have the same sewing cabinet that your mom gifted to you. I also bought mine in the late 1960’s and had been using the Singer machine that came with it until recently. Sadly it is beyond repair now and I have been looking at the Juki as a replacement. What model Juki do you have that fits so well in that cabinet – thank you for any information.