Episode 11 – trends

Episode 11 – Trends

Sorry, I don’t have much to say in the roundup today.  I did put up some pictures of the NQA show in the previous posting.  I hope you enjoy them!

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8 Responses to Episode 11 – trends

  1. Colleen says:

    Thanks for the pictures. The way you set them up – it sure was easy to go through them!
    Let us know how the piping system worked. I’ve bought that kit too, and haven’t tried it yet.


  2. Jennifer says:

    Thanks for the shout out! I just got the chance to catch up on podcast listening. I like the husband’s description of a rotary cutter. From his Tron description I am betting you have an olfa ergo or fiskars ergo cutter. Nice review of the show.

  3. Robin says:

    Hi Kelley! You husband sure does like to create trouble doesn’t he? LOL! Thanks for the play by play of the NQA show. Your husband’s description of the rotary cutter is funny. As soon as he said “Tron” I could picture the blue bike in my head!

  4. Kathleen says:

    Hi Kelley, wanted you to know I have enjoyed every single one of your podcasts, including the project one! Please come back! Hope everything is alright with you and your family.

  5. Corinne says:

    I miss your podcast Kelley. Hope all is well!

  6. Sarah says:

    Hi Kelley

    I love your podcast and am really missing it this month, hope all is well with your family and I look forward to the next episode. Your husband is hysterical and it is lovely that he gets involved in your interests. Keep up this fabulous podcast

    Sarah (London England)

  7. claire in VT says:

    Thanks for sharing your view of the show. Never been to that one but I do notice trends at Vermont Quilt Festival and Lowell Quilt Festival I attend each year.
    Here’s what I can add to the discussion with you husband. Applique comes from the French verb to apply. In England where I’m from originally my grandmother did it but pronounced it app-LI-que, if you can get the difference in print. Broderie Purse does refer to an old type of embroidery; from Persian Embroidery but fussy cut. Think of old quilts with tree of life designs. The printed chintz is fussy cut and ‘appliqued’ with a buttonhole stitch to the white background. This ‘stretched’ expensive chintz fabric while allowing the quilt maker artist license. BTW, as a Canadian, and Bilingual in French and English, I have not problem with borrowed French words. English is full of them. Keep up the postcasts. I always enjoy them.

  8. Brye Lynn says:

    Miss you – I hope you haven’t given up. I really liked your podcast.

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