Quiltcast #21


Posted on January 23rd, by Amy in podcast, Quiltcast. 3 comments

I’m a little late getting the podcast out this week – sorry! I hope you enjoy our chat about Pillow Collective, and our best resources for washing our quilts. The Quiltcast - AmysCreativeSide.com Check out the bloggers involved in Pillow Collective here.

Zipit is a great resource for zippers.

Wool dryer balls – a quick tutorial here.

APQ Quilt-along is still happening if you would like to join in the fun!

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3 thoughts on “Quiltcast #21

  1. 1
    Jill says:

    April, I vote for a bolster pillow. go for it.

  2. 2
    Sarah says:

    I listened to your podcast last week where Amy mentioned her glue stick technique for putting a zipper into a pillow. I don’t know if I used the same technique that Amy does but I tried using a glue stick instead of pins on my zipper for a pillow last night and it worked great! It was my first pillow with a zipper and I’m now sold on the zipper!

    Thanks for producing this podcast. I really enjoy it!

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