Quiltcast #2


Posted on September 3rd, by Amy in podcast, Quiltcast. 3 comments

Learn more about Amy and April as we share more of our own stories, when and how we started quilting, and eventually blogging. When designing quilts became a part of our daily lives, and some of the notions that have been in our toolbox since the beginning.

The Quiltcast - AmysCreativeSide.com

Available on iTunes – just click here! Or scroll down to listen in your browser.

Show notes :

In case you’ve been looking for April’s quilt she mentioned last week, it’s adorable, and she posted it here.  Check it out and encourage her to keep blogging :)

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We mentioned a number of great notions and tools – are any of these your tried and true notions?

I use Nikon D50 April uses Nikon D5100, which is the newer more mega-pixel option.

Bernina Patchwork foot or snap on 1/4″ Quilting or Patchwork Foot

Presser Foot with Edge Guide or #57 Bernina Foot 1/4″ with Guide

Quality fabrics can be found in your local quilt shop, or lots of shops online. My favorite places are here, and here.

Quilter’s Ruler 6.5 x 6.5

Thimble Soft – Medium

Dritz 45mm Rotary Cutter

Walking Sewing Machine Presser Foot

Clover Quilting Pins= fine;  and Clover Patchwork Pins = extra fine

6-Inch-by-24-Inch Non-Slip Quilter’s Ruler

Baby Lock Melody is my everyday, go to machine! I love the features and the ease of use – it’s always ready to go when I am!

All of our episodes are available here, and on iTunes.

Thanks for tuning in! Email your feedback here!

Your ratings and reviews are welcome on iTunes as well – Thanks!

Amy

PS – a quick link to my new shoes mentioned in the show :)





3 thoughts on “Quiltcast #2

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    Ethel says:

    I enjoyed hearing you both on the podcast (Amy and April). It reminded me of when I used to talk ‘quilty’ with my friend Sally. My favorite tool is my rotary cutter. I have gone through many, but I use the original one and just keep changing the blades. Keep up the good work. Thanks

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    Carmit says:

    I really enjoyed listening to this, but have to point out that the volume was *really* low, even when I had it turned to max on my iphone.

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