Sunday, January 6, 2013

History Quilter Podcast Episode 34 Goodbye 2012

Happy Sunday everyone,

History Quilter Podcast Episode 34 Goodbye 2012 is now available on Podbean, iTunes and Stitcher Radio.

Here are links to the podcast episodes I spoke about:
This American Life "What Doesn't Kill You" Go here to listen on the TAL website. Act Two called Just Keep Breathing is so good.  Scary, gripping but good.

America's Test Kitchen "New Rule: A Calorie is Not a Calorie". Go here to download/listen in iTunes or here on the America's Test Kitchen Radio site.  This is a podcast (its free!) which has been airing for about an year now.  Consistently interesting, knowledgeable and worth my time.

I won Fat Quarterly Shape Workshop for Quilters published by Fat Quarterly from Jaye of Artquiltmaker.com.  I'm especially interested in the star section for an upcoming quilt.   Thanks Jaye!


For the new year I've decided to participate in the Lucky Stars BOM from Elizabeth of Don't Call Me Betsy.

For the Lucky Stars BOM, I will be working with a an entire stack of Anna Maria Horner's Loulouthi prints that I've had around for a while waiting for the perfect project.


Hope you enjoyed the podcast episode.  I'm off to run around after a soccer ball....
Happy Sunday ~
Susan

5 comments:

  1. Hi Susan,

    You may want to consider coming to this Thursday's quild meeting. You will enjoy the speaker, Ann Turley.

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  2. Enjoyed the podcast & anxious to hear more about Ad Hoc...Glad to see you joining in the Lucky Stars and reat news about your student teaching site - so happy for you. AND good luck with those pillow shams! ;-)

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  3. Great podcast! I loved hearing your happy voice! It was fun hearing your excitement over the teaching experience and reaching your goal. Awesome!

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  4. Yes, that American Life podcast was gripping. I felt woozy just listening to it.

    All the best.

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  5. Yes, that American Life podcast was gripping. I felt woozy just listening to it.

    All the best.

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