Podcast Episode Round Up

I’ve had the pleasure of being a guest on several podcasts over the years. I thought I would round them up into one post in case you missed one and were interested in checking it out.


Here are the podcasts where you can listen to me chat about all things quilting and sewing . . .


Crafty Planner Podcast


​​I had a great time chatting with Sandi on her Crafty Planner podcast.  We chatted about all things quilting, my life, and my thoughts on the quilting world. Plus I was so honored to be in episode #100 of her show! We had the best time and could have talked for hours.  Well, I could have…lol…I tend to talk a lot once I get going. So if you are looking for a distraction or something fun to listen to while you sew, then give us a listen.

For more information click HERE.


Modern Sewciety Podcast


I had the chance to chat with the lovely Stephanie from over at Modern Sewciety for her popular podcast. We talk about my blog and quilting books. 

Click HERE for more information.


Me Being Crafty Podcast


I sat down to chat with Tsoniki on her podcast “Me Being Crafty“.  We chatted about all kinds of things and I apparently was ready to talk because I talk a lot. Lol If you want to hear our convo you can catch it on her podcast.  Follow any of the links below to my specific interview and then check out the others.  That’s what I’m going to do today while I’m sewing!


To listen to this episode click the link HERE.


American Patchwork and Quilting Podcast


I was on Pat Sloan’s podcast American Patchwork and Quilting Radio. We chatted about working with precuts, my Craftsy class, and organizing fabric. I was one of four guests she had on that day (she was working very hard!) and I’m the last one. I like to think that they saved the best for last. 😉 


For more information about this episode, click HERE.


American Patchwork and Quilting Podcast, for a second time!


“I’ve always taken a swap as the opportunity to really create something amazing and precious for the person that I have. They’re usually anonymous swaps, or secret swaps, where the person doesn’t know who’s creating for them. There’s a fun surprise there that everybody gets when you build anticipation and hope that maybe somebody’s making something for you. I love to see someone’s joy develop. We all could use a little extra love.”

I was a guest on the American Patchwork and Quilting Podcast and we talked about quilting swaps, click the LINK to listen to the interview.


Are you interested in having me on your podcast? Feel free to reach out via email or the contact page and let’s chat!


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