Best Quilting podcasts — Learn quilting tips, techniques and happenings (Updated July 2017; image)
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American Patchwork and Quilting Radio
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The pages of America’s favorite magazine, American Patchwork & Quilting, come to life when our host, Pat Sloan, talks about the latest trends, ideas, and inspirations. Her guests will include quilt pattern designers, authors, quilt shop owners, and, of course, our editors—all quilters, just like you!
 
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Hip to be a Square Quilting Podcast
 
Quilt long and prosper.
 
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The Off-Kilter Quilt
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A weekly podcast about all things quilty
 
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Quilting...for the Rest of Us
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A podcast for quilters who enjoy the quilting life
 
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The New Zealand Quilt Show
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News, views and interviews about quilting in New Zealand.
 
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Katie's Quilting Corner Podcast
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A 20-something quilter podcasts about her exploits in quilting, crafting and dog agility with her corgis
 
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TheQuiltingPot
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A place and a voice to share my love for quilting with a little knitting and weaving sprinkled in.
 
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Lazy Daisy Quilts (and Reads)
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because I am.. and I do
 
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Jackie's Quilting Chronicles
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A podcast to learn quilting tips, techniques and happenings. You might like to subscribe to my podcasts. This way you will get the most up to date inspiration! You can visit me at www.cvquiltworks.com
 
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Quilt Cabana Corner
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This is a new, fun podcast series covering items of interest in the quilting industry
 
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Canadian Quilt Talk
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Canada's number one podcast for quilting, fibre art and everything in between, answering your quilting questions with the experts across Canada.
 
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Nonnie's Quilting Dreams
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Quilting, rants and raves and I am sure I will talk to my grandson.
 
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The History Quilter Podcast
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A little podcast about the history of quilting!
 
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Right now most of my quilty time is spent machine quilting a quilt as big as the ocean on my newly serviced machine. For shownotes and pix, go to offkilterquilt.com!
 
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We are back in Saluki Studios for episode 223 of The Stitch TV Show; join us for quilting chat about the role of value in fabric selection and hear what the judges said about our entries in our recent guild quilt show. The quilt hanging behind us is the Emilio quilt, our newest pattern! Learn more about the Emilio quilt (including more alternat ...…
 
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It’s time once more for the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast! In this episode, I talk about using buffalo bits for scrap quilting, how I handle instructions (both writing and following) for large number of pieces, feedback, and some book reviews Books reviewed: To Scotland with Love by Patience Griffin, #1 in the Kilts and Quilts series Big ...…
 
You know you are going to find fun and whimsy when you learn a designer started her business on April fools day! Sue Marsh of Whistle Creek Pig Production is just that! As a fabric designer, author and creator of darling designs, she knows how to put a smile on your face when making her projects! Whistlepig Creek Productions ------------------ ...…
 
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In this episode of our online quilting talk show, Pam and Lynn do another round of “How should I quilt this?” and take viewer / audience questions. This was filmed live at the East Cobb Quilters’ Guild Georgia Celebrates Quilts Show and Market! Our next Virtual Stitch-In is July 14, 2017 at 7 pm US Eastern. This is the audio-only version of the ...…
 
It’s always fun for me to be able to talk with future guest at a show where they have all their quilts for me to see.. well maybe not all but a group! I had seen Dora Cary of Orange Dot Quilts booth and knew I had to meet. I didn’t the first time, but after inviting her to the show, we had a chance to talk this past May at an event. I love all ...…
 
Marge Hurst, quiltmaker, teacher, author and judge, has been quilting for nearly 35 years. She began the craft while studying for her City and Guilds of London Embroidery Certificate as it was part of the curriculum. Unfortunately for embroidery, quilting won out and once her certificate was completed (with distinction) embroidery was shown the ...…
 
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In this episode of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast, I strongly recommend taking a class from Bill Kerr or Weeks Ringle of Modern Quilt Studio; the design and color theory lessons are amazing! I also catch up on my recent travel, computer woes, and books I’ve read. Books mentioned in this podcast: Brother Odd (Odd Thomas, #3) by Dean Koo ...…
 
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In episode 221 of The Stitch TV Show online quilt talk show, Pam and Lynn talk about the recent Craftsy / NBC deal, how pattern testing works, and what Google Analytics says about quilting. Our next Virtual Stitch-In is July 14, 2017 at 7 pm US Eastern. This is the audio-only version of the YouTube video, produced as a quilting podcast. See sho ...…
 
On this week’s American Patchwork & Quilting podcast, editors Jody Sanders, Lisa Schumacher, Lindsay Mayland, and designer Elizabeth Stumbo discuss quilting instrutry trends from Quilt Market. From the new neutral color to the motif that's everywhere, the editors share what popular items they think will hit your local quilt shops soon. Then Lis ...…
 
The first time I saw Alex Anderson was in my living room on my television for her HGTV show "Simply Quilts". Alex tells us how she really got that job, and how she moved from there into the first internet tv show at The Quilt Show. This is recorded live and I don't do any touch ups, so you find out we lost the connection but got her back! http: ...…
 
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In this episode of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast, I talk about the weekend of expensive disasters, finishing a couple quilts, upcoming vacation plans, and a lot of books! Today’s podcat was Morelli: Books mentioned in this podcast: The Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick Forever Odd by Dean Koontz ...…
 
"Sit-In" is under the needle. How much unquilting is in my future? For pix, go to http://www.offkilterquilt.com
 
Erin Schlosser found her calling as a teacher early on, and mixed with design background.. we are the lucky winners of her talent! We talk about home sewing, fabric content, and that trying something you think is 'hard' might not really be hard at all! http://www.schlosserdesigns.com/ --------------- Have you wondered what the difference is bet ...…
 
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In episode 220 of The Stitch TV Show quilting talk show, Pam and Lynn talk about visiting Paducah for Quilt Week, hanging quilts using different techniques, and some background and info about Quilt Market. To enter the giveaway for the Thread Cutterz we reference in the show, check out this Instagram post! Our next Virtual Stitch-In is June 16, ...…
 
In September 2016, a brand new magazine was launched in New Zealand. Titled Fabricate, it showcases the textile arts scene in NZ. There is news of upcoming events, profiles of artists and artisans, reviews of exhibitions – anything to do with textiles and stitch. The creator and editor of the magazine is Cait McLennan Whyte and I was super exci ...…
 
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In this episode of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast, I talk about making progress on the Dresden Garden UFO, working out the design for Summertime Blues, and the mania that is putting on a quilt show this week! Here’s the latest look at Dresden Garden with two borders attached! Books mentioned in this podcast: Lord of Shadows by Cassandr ...…
 
I love trying new things with fabric and thread. Joanne Sharpe combines those so well inher Whimsical Stitching, she even wrote a book about it! She has a great way of looking at fabric to create and tells us a bit about being fearless http://joannezsharpe.blogspot.com/ --------- Many of you have seen Koala Studios at your favorite quilt shows. ...…
 
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The Off-Kilter Quilt
 
Seven years of the Off-Kilter Quilt! To enter the giveaway, leave a comment over here: www.offkilterquilt.com
 
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In this episode of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast, I catch up on the last weeks of school and the productivity in the sewing room since! If you’re in Atlanta, don’t miss the live taping of The Stitch TV Show on June 10 at the Cobb County Civic Center at 10:30am as part of the Georgia Celebrates Quilts Show and Market. There is a ticket ...…
 
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In this episode of The Stitch TV Show, Pam and Lynn talk about a visit to the Las Vegas Modern Quilt Guild, quilting tourism, and the special case of left-handed quilting. Our next Virtual Stitch-In is June 16, 2017 at 7 pm US Eastern, and then again on June 16. This is the audio-only version of the YouTube video, produced as a quilting podcast ...…
 
See the Facebook Live video of the recording of this episode! I apologize for the sound quality of the episode as I had to switch computer programs I recorded on and a setting wasn’t tweaked prior to recording. Hoping to correct that for episode 98. Dog paw stocking commission Yin Yang quilt commission Ponoko template process batik purchasing y ...…
 
Heather Givans of CrimsonTATE has a fun loving style! Her latest fabric line is called Literary and I’m really interested in how she developed her patterns to showcase the fabric. She is also a shop owner and I really want to visit her store!www.crimsontate.com --------- If you have been quilting for awhile, you will recognize the brand name Th ...…
 
Diane Anderson is a New Zealand quilter who lives in beautiful Bream Bay, north of Auckland. I first met Diane in person at a workshop with Jeanette DeNicolis Meyer and instantly warmed to her friendly, calm demeanour. Diane is also a sought-after marriage celebrant, keen gardener, and likes to hike with friends in her spare time. Diane is a mo ...…
 
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In this episode of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast, I talk briefly about some end-of-school-year activities, my experience and tips for making a tuffet, the recent Netflix series “Anne with an E”.
 
Many times I am introduced to a quilter’s work via a project they have shared that I run across. With Erin Davis of ‘Sew at home mummy’ that is the case. I love Mid Century Modern design and I ended up finding her articles about her love of that style, and finding out she quilts and does super great design! www.sewathomemummy.com -------------' ...…
 
Clare Smith is a textile artist living and working in Tawa, a suburb of the capital city, Wellington. Clare began teaching adult education classes in surface design, applique and Japanese bookmaking at the beginning of 1998, and has now taught at many NZ quilt symposiums, all over New Zealand and internationally including the UK and South Afric ...…
 
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In this episode of The Stitch TV Show, Pam and Lynn talk about jurying a quilt show, squaring up quilts, and share our experiences in submitting quilt patterns for publication. Our next Virtual Stitch-In is May 12, 2017 at 7 pm US Eastern, and then again on June 16. This is the audio-only version of the YouTube … Continue reading The Stitch TV ...…
 
Mary Covey is an author with the most recent books an array of super useful machine quilting design books. She has been longarm quilting for longer than I’ve been quilting, when hardly anyone knew what a longarm was. mary’s going to share with me how to think about adding the quilt designs and a big more! www.marycoveydesigns.com. -------- When ...…
 
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Highs and lows all in one quilty week. Its episode 303 of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast!
 
I finally finished the MQG/Riley Blake Challenge quilt! For pix and more, go here: http://www.offkilterquilt.com
 
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Join Pam and Lynn for a round of "How Should I Quilt This?" from a live taping of The Stitch TV Show!
 
Robin Vizzone primitive book http://www.briarrootprimitives.com/ ---------- Judy GAUTHIER C&T book author http://www.bungalowquilting.com/ ------------ Sharon Tucker http://grassrootsquiltstudio.com/ ================ visit American Patchwork & Quilting at http://allpeoplequilt.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/apqmagazine Visit host Pat S ...…
 
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It's been a heck of a couple weeks! Hear what's been happening.
 
Lisa Walton is a textile artist from Sydney, Australia. Lisa started quilting about 25 years ago, and now she makes art, runs her own fibre arts business, travels, teaches, runs textile tours, slips in a bit of jewellery making, volunteers, is the SAQA Vice President and I’m sure I’m only brushing the surface of what Lisa fits into life!…
 
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It's episode 216 of The Stitch TV Show! Join us for quilting chat with friends.
 
Sharon Holland's fabric caught my eye. Then I was scrolling her website and instagram to look at all her beautiful photos. Sharon joins me to chat about fabric design and we’ll explore how one develops a style about their quilt patterns. https://www.sharonhollanddesigns.com/ --------------------- I love catching up with Terry Atkinson. She is a ...…
 
Walk with me as I try to figure out how to get a handle on this year's MQG/Riley Blake fabric challenge! For pix, go here: http://www.offkilterquilt.com
 
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It’s a time-warp-cast! In this episode of the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast, I talk about catching my breath between travel, where I’m sitting when this episode gets released, how the first few weeks of commuting again has been, and general reflection on what’s to come.
 
Cindy Grisdela is a talented designer and focuses on Improvisational work, she is also a member of my local quilt guild! She has a book called Artful Improv and I am happy to be able to learn some insider tips from her today. https://cindygrisdela.com/ ----------------- Kelly Bowser of KelbySews shares all types of techniques and I love her tut ...…
 
Juliet van der Heijden lives in Christchurch, New Zealand but is originally from Scotland, hence her alternate name, The Tartankiwi. Juliet has had careers in archaeology and radiography but has now turned her skills to quilting and, in particular, the exacting art of designing and creating wonderful foundation paper pieced patterns.…
 
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Lazy Daisy Quilts (and Reads)
 
This episode is dedicated to Valerie Lamont. ~*~ ~*~ I decided not to do a play by play of QuiltCon, because it’s old news now, isn’t it? I did touch on some highlights, and I sure I will continue to do that over the next couple episodes. At the end of this episode, there is a small tribute to my friend, Valerie. It’s not a quality recording, b ...…
 
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It's the quilting podcast version of episode 215 of The Stitch TV Show, with ugly fabric and DIY sewing machine maintenance.
 
Hey Everybody, Enjoy episode #46 where I review the new Eversewn 20 sewing machine, the Fitbit Alta, the Simply Fit Board and more! It's a jam packed 35 mintues. Please see my blog for links on where to find these items. The blog is: www.quiltcabanapatterns.com/blog You can find me at sewsandi8@yahoo.com or colwellsg@comcast.net Sandi…
 
I love chatting with fabric and quilt designer Emily Herrick of Crazy old Ladies, she is creative and always has fun projects! When I saw her Picnic baskets for the June 2017 American Patchwork & Quilting issue I get hold of Emily to visit with me again! https://www.instagram.com/crazyoldladies/ ------------- Jackie White wrote me a great note ...…
 
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It's the 300th episode! I spent the week in Las Vegas so you didn't have to, unless you live there, in which case we were all there together.
 
Am I girl who quilts one quilt at a time? I used to be, but the times they are a changin'. For pix, go to www.offkilterquilt.com!
 
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Episode 214 of The Stitch TV Show bring us more precut joy and thoughts on personalizing quilts
 
Helen Jones is the founder of the new chapter of the Modern Quilt Guild (MQG) right here in New Zealand. Back in November 2016, Helen asked for expressions of interest and was so pleased with the results that she went ahead with her plan and began taking official memberships in February. We discuss what modern quilting is, what makes a modern q ...…
 
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It's a busy time around here with some good news about a quilt show entry!
 
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