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A podcast for quilters about quilters. It's been said that every quilt has a story and it's so true. I wanted to hear about the people behind these wonderful quilts and thought you'd enjoy hearing about their lives, also. Enjoy meandering through the episodes to find out about the very interesting people behind the quilts!
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As a modern quilter and founder of the Great British Quilter Challenge on Instagram, Sarah Ashford has spent the last 3 years galvanising and championing British quilters and the quilting industry. In this series, Sarah speaks to British quilt designers, fabric companies and shop owners, to share behind the scenes stories and to discuss what it means to be a part of the British quilting community today. Guests also share their top tips for quilting and social media, which we know you're goin ...
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Quilter Cheviot is one of the UK’s largest discretionary investment management firms offering bespoke investment management. Based in 13 locations across the UK and with an offshore presence in Jersey and Dubai, Quilter Cheviot offers a comprehensive range of investment services. Quilter Cheviot has developed investment solutions to meet the needs of more than 36,000 clients and designs portfolios which are tailored specifically to their requirements and risk profile. Transparency and trust ...
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Author and expert Deborah Quilter brings you the best news and information about repetitive strain injury (RSI) and technology-related problems. To see solutions, visit @DeborahQuilter on YouTube and RSIHelp.com. These episodes are not intended as medical advice; see your doctor. If you want personal advice, have a consultation with Deborah, http://www.rsihelp.com/talk-to-deborah1.html
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When Jody Leonardo suggested that I interview Rochelle Rice, I was thrilled. I’d been wanting to connect with Rochelle and her co-host, Leslie Bercher, for awhile, but hadn’t done it yet. Rochelle and Leslie are the co-hosts of the Inappropriate Quilters Podcast and I guess I had them up on a bit of a pedestal. So when Rochelle told me that she’s b…
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Purple Daisy Quilt Designs is the culmination of Jody Leonardo’s experiences of participating in sewing groups, working in quilt shops and selling handmade quilts. Now she has expanded to offering quilt patterns to allow individuals to make their own quilts. This is a dream come true for Jody and she’s so excited to share a little piece of her crea…
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Mary Shepherd and I met at QuiltCon2024 in Raleigh, NC. She is an avid quilter and the president of the Delaware Modern Quilt Guild. Since Mary’s retirement from being a mathematician and computer scientist she has become an author with her first quilting cozy mystery, Free Motion Murder. Here's some of Mary's quilts. Mid Century Energy Nemish Flim…
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It was so fun to get to know Robyn Capps. Her daughter had posted a picture of one of Robyn’s quilts on her Facebook page and my sister happened to see it. I’m so glad this led to an interview. So, thanks Sadie and Ruth for helping this connection to happen. Here's pictures from Robyn's Chicken Quilt We also talked about Jerriann Massey and the Chr…
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Lisa Shepard Stewart encourages others to express themselves creatively through culturally relevant techniques and materials. Although she loves African fabrics with every fiber of her being, she also loves to learn and share about other cultures from around the world. The intro on this episode is going to be a bit longer than normal because during…
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Teri Henderson Tope is an internationally recognized teacher and lecturer who loves all types of applique. She is creative and full of life which shows up as she’s up early and gets more done before noon than most others accomplish all day. I meant to ask Teri about her motto “Well behaved women seldom make history, so let’s make a little history”.…
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I had such a wonderful time at QuiltCon 2024 in Raleigh, NC, this past February. While there I had the opportunity to meet several people that I have interviewed on A Quilter’s Life and also many others became new friends. Carrie Dell, the executive director of American Quilt Study Group,was in their booth when I walked in and introduced myself. I …
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At my eye doctor appointment I was able to ask about getting glasses so that I could see the TV and also see the close work when working on a binding. It is so wonderful that my eye doctor, Holly Sprout, is a quilter and knew exactly what I was wanting. She even named the new combination Quilting in her software. The day that I returned to intervie…
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Jan Lockhart hasn’t been quilting all that long, but she has fallen in love with our craft! I am awestruck by the stunning Feathers quilt she made using a pattern from Alison Glass. Jan sent a picture of this quilt to be used as the feature picture for this episode. You may also find it on her episode page on A Quilter’s Life website. Here's the Al…
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Jackie Perry started quilting as a hand quilter and loved teaching hand piecing and hand quilting. As she continued to learn more techniques, she added to her classes. She recently retired from teaching, but she loves the fellowship with other quilters. Jackie also enjoys designing original work and participating in challenges. Many of her quilts h…
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I’ve always been amazed by whole cloth quilting, but Karlee Porter has taken it to a whole new level! She has developed graffiti quilting which is a very unique technique that encompasses a copious amount of quilting designs. Ten years ago Karlee wrote a book to share this technique with others and quilters fell in love with it. Graffiti Quilting h…
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Erin Grogan was able to leave a job that she didn’t care for to start her own quilting businessLove Sew Modern. Her goal with the patterns she designs is to create the beauty she wishes to see in the world and to help others find their creative voices too. Erin has a unique style that everyone is falling in love with. Erin and I recorded this episo…
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“I’m just an old fashioned lady. Been around a long time.” That’s how Elsie Coleman introduced herself to me. I had the privilege of going to Elsie’s home to interview this centenarian and seeing her beautiful quilts. She continues to make amazing quilts. Newspaper articles about Elsie in 1995 and 1999 Quilt that was raffled in 2012 and info on it …
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Jen Frost of Faith and Fabric finds inspiration from the everyday things around us. Her faith is central to her family’s life, and is often reflected in her full Scripture Quilts™ patterns and the smaller Scripture Quilts™ blocks. She also values the skill of sewing, and thinks it’s one that we need to continue to teach each generation. If you’re n…
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So many of the quilt shop owners I’ve talked to share that they don’t get to make the quilts themselves much anymore, but I am so impressed with Sheila Squires that she makes it a priority to take time to quilt. She is very involved with the community and you’ll be amazed how many quilts these quilters in Seward, Alaska, are making! Connect with Sh…
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Andi Sanfield realized that her style of quilting and teaching can encourage others to express their creativity in a tangible way. She decided to create fabulous designs with easy-to-follow patterns for the adventurous quilt makers in the world. People are excited about the designs and eager to enroll in her online quilting classes. As I mentioned …
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Back in May of 2021 I had the privilege of sharing Tori McElwain’s story. Tori and Andi Stanfield have come together to bring us another wonderful quilting podcast called Quilting on the Side. So I reached out to them to bring you these updates of what’s been happening in their lives since we last spoke, you’ll get to hear Andi’s next week. Tori ha…
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With patience and using her God given talents, Audra Rasnake has created amazing quilts! Her first show quilt came home with 16 ribbons…many of them were blue, a couple of them were for Best Hand Quilting, and it was her first of 3 AQS ribbons she has received over the years. Audra has a passion to share needle turn applique and hand quilting as sh…
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A millennial and serial entrepreneur with a million ideas floating around, Ashelyn Downs began her quilting journey while running yet another business and realized her love for design and married the two passions to bring more fun and modern quilts to the ever-expanding quilting world. Her mission is to create a community for other modern quilters …
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It’s been exciting to see the quilting community grow so much in the last few years. Along with that we are seeing more quilting podcasts being made. A few weeks ago I had the privilege of interviewing Amanda Oros of Not Your Granny’s Quilt Show. And while chatting with her she told me about Lacie and Ashelyn of The Grateful Thread Podcast. Of cour…
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Hard to believe that I’m publishing this episode of A Quilter’s Life on the first day of 2024. I had a wonderful 2023 and I hope you did also. Of course, one of the blessings I had over the past year was getting to visit with so many of you wonderful quilters. And I’m heading into 2024 with great expectations of visiting with more of you. In each e…
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Merry Christmas! This episode of A Quilter's Life is being published on Christmas Day, 2023! I hope you’ve enjoyed the stories of the wonderful people behind the beautiful quilts in 2023. I’ve gathered their tips for this episode of A Quilter’s Life. This year we’ve heard some great tips that will help us along the way in our quilting journeys. We …
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I interviewed Sarah Fulks almost two years ago and I wanted to chat with her again to update us on what she’s been doing. She has gone from having SnuggleBugStitching as a side business to having it as her main business. Sarah keeps busy with making quilts, quilt patterns, providing quilt alongs, and becoming a 2024 Benartex Ambassador besides bein…
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Susan Smith and I had a wonderful conversation catching up on how Stitched by Susan continues to grow. She is so busy helping longarm quilters to create with confidence, freedom, and joy. I was so occupied asking her about her classes that I failed to ask about her monthly membership, Advance. Susan knows that machine quilting can be very solitary,…
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I invited Brandy Maslowski back onto A Quilter’s Life to share an update as to what she has been doing the last couple of years. If you missed her previous episode you’ll want to go back and listen. Brandy is not only a leader and teacher in the quilt industry, but also is the podcast host on The Quilter on Fire podcast where she and her guests go …
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Like so many of the guests sharing Thankful Notes this year mentioned the blessing of family, I am also very thankful for the family I have. People that are close to us tell us that they can’t imagine me without Guthrie or Guthrie without me. Maybe that’s why when one of our oldest nephews was little he called us GuPa. Just one word to describe us.…
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This is the 3rd and final episode of the 2023 Thankful Notes from guests on A Quilter’s Life this year. Plus a few that we recorded before November but won’t be published until later. Brandy Maslowski will be in December and the last three are guests that will be published in January of 2024. I am so thankful for each and every guest that has been …
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We continue listening to Thankful Notes of guests that were on A Quilter’s Life in 2023. I think many of us are thankful for many of the same things, but every once in a while we realize there is no way to relate. Yet, we too can be thankful for them that they have reached a place to be thankful. Did you play along in the last episode to try to rem…
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In the United States the months of November and December are very busy with holiday celebrations. So I decided to try something new this year. Almost all of 2023 I asked the guests that were interviewed on A Quilter’s Life to share something they were thankful for. Since this was also new for me, I did forget to ask a few of the guests and for that…
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Lynn Lancaster Gorges is a lifelong quilter. She has a passion for combining fabric, color, and design to create unique, one-of-a-kind works of art. She draws inspiration from traditional quilting techniques, but also enjoys pushing the boundaries and exploring new methods and styles. Lynn is a textile conservation and restoration expert specializi…
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It was so much fun to realize that Sheila Drevna lives in the town where several of my children went to college. So I can easily picture the places she talked about. And since my mom was born and raised near there it was also fun hearing some of the names of places that my mom had talked about. After a serious illness, Sheila was so determined to g…
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Karin Soderholm is a teacher and artist whose love of education and textiles has led her on a wild adventure around the world. Her love of textiles is rooted in family tradition and the joy found in materials and process. Her artwork has been displayed in university and private galleries in the U.S., Korea, and China. A special thank you to my frie…
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If you had told Elizabeth Chappell back when she was 13 years old that she would become a quilter, she would have laughed in disbelief. Yet, a few years ago she discovered the world of quilting and fell in love. Elizabeth is a quilterpreneur, educator, and creator. She serves quilters who own or want to start a business in the quilting industry. Sh…
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I had the opportunity to interview Shirley Cox in her shop, Side Stitchin’, which is on the main street in Belpre, Ohio. Shirley said she was fine with the traffic and customers shopping in the background while we had the interview. After this interview I had the opportunity to shop at Side Stitchin’ and each time Shirley was so helpful so that I c…
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Beth Upstill is the owner of West Coast Wool. Who knew that dyed wool could be made with so many beautiful colors? She focuses on a brighter color palette which she offers on her website along with patterns, unique notions, and many other wonderful items. Besides dyeing wool, Beth teaches wool applique workshops at local shops. Thanks to Linda Will…
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I bet if you’ve been around quilting for the last few years you’ve probably seen the quilting themed comic By the Yard created by Jennifer Lopez. I know they always bring a smile to my face. Jennifer brings the silliness of our quilting lives out in her comics in a way that we can relate. And her humor is always good hearted and kind. She doesn’t j…
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Dawn Krier is the owner of the quilt shop, Chestnut Ridge Sewing, in Millersburg, Ohio. You can tell as we visit that Dawn loves her Chestnut Ridge family and enjoys seeing her customers’ creativity. I sew enjoyed taking a 3-day workshop with Krista Moser at Dawn’s shop and getting to experience first hand the warmth that Dawn and her staff shower …
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This interview with Carolina Moore is extra special because it’s A Quilter’s Life 200th episode! Although I have interviewed Carolina in the past I chose her specifically to be interviewed again for this special occasion. This episode is a little different since we have already talked about Carolina’s background in her previous interview. So our ch…
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When Star Goodhand first saw a longarm quilting machine at a quilt shop she knew she had to have one. It didn’t take long for her to find Stella. How interesting it was to find out the connection between Star and Stella! I loved finding out that Star also has been a listener of A Quilter’s Life! Here is the front and back of the One Two Tree quilt.…
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Amanda Oros is the daughter of the mother and daughter duo which is Sweet Pea Design Co. Their love of all things fabric and sewing has fueled their passion for creating beautiful quilts for their clients. Amanda is also a fellow quilting podcaster, so you’ll want to check out the Not Your Granny’s Quilt Show. Here's the Travaya quilt that we talke…
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I have the best sisters who encourage me in my podcasting and quilting. My sister saw a Facebook post that her friend Nancy had an aunt that was a quilter. I’m so happy that we all connected and I had the privilege to interview Joan Zackey Hornberger. Here's Joan working on a quilt and the self portrait she did. We talked about this quilt that she …
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Nancy Bordine brings together two of her creative outlets in her book What Do You See? Developing New Perspectives with Quilt Patterns. It’s a children’s book that features diverse children interacting with inspirations for traditional quilt patterns. Connect with Nancy Website: Nancy Bordine, Author Facebook: Nancy Bissonnette Bordine Instagram: n…
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I wish you could see the twinkle in Mavis Holt’s eyes and her beautiful smile as she chatted with me about her life and her quilting. She was a pioneer in her field of work. Life wasn’t easy, but she found satisfaction in what she accomplished. Here are some of Mavis' quilts we talked about. We also talked about her paintings. It was wonderful to i…
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Like many of us, Diane L Murtha started with mostly traditional quilting. Gradually she modified patterns more and more, making her quilts unique, as well as creating her own original designs. Over the last 8 years she has been participating in art quilt challenges. Diane has found the challenges are an excellent opportunity to get out of her comfo…
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I had the opportunity to hear Mary Mackenson Zesiger speak locally at The Blennerhassett Museum. We were able to meet in person to record her story. If you have the opportunity to check out her episode page, also known as show notes, on A Quilter’s Life website, you’ll want to take a look at her quilts that she talked about during the interview. Ma…
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Teresa Coates is nationally known sewing educator for Shannon Fabrics, also an accomplished quilt maker, travel writer, pattern designer and a relentless adventurer. She wants you to fall in love with sewing. As the national educator for Shannon Fabrics, Teresa created “Sew Together Tuesday™” in 2020. She plans, produces, and hosts every episode, i…
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Bridget O'Flaherty, also known as The Sustainable Quilter, is inspired by nature. She is passionate about our environment and feels an intimate connection to the landscape and wildlife of Canada. Bridget has worked in textile arts for over 25 years and is drawn to fibre for the tactile nature and connection it has to the land. She is an amazing thr…
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I’m so excited to talk to Kathryn LeBlanc again of Dragonfly’s Quilting Design Studio. She writes her quilting cozy mysteries under her pen name Kathryn Mykel. These are really great books. This is the third episode I have the privilege of interviewing Katheryn, so if you want to know more of her story check out her two previous episodes. In this e…
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I met Manon Hunt over a year ago in a Clubhouse chat about quilting. I was thrilled to finally get to chat with her. Manon is grateful to have the opportunity to do something that she’s passionate about, to share that passion with the amazing people she has met along the way and honored to quilt for them and to be part of their journey. Here is Man…
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