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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!
 
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 ...
 
Author Deborah Quilter brings you the best news and information about preventing and coping with repetitive strain injury (RSI) and technology-related problems. These episodes are not intended as medical advice; please consult your personal physician. Ask Deborah a question by clicking the envelope icon above. Only general questions will be addressed on the air; if you want personal advice, you can always book a consultation. For more, visit RSIHelp.com, BeyondErgonomics.com or DQmoves.com.
 
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In this episode, host Sarah Ashford meets quilter, author and Mood fabric designer, Janet Clare. Janet talks about her experience of lockdown, how she got into patchwork and quilting, her 5 self-published books and her collections for Moda. Janet also talks about her beautiful studio in Hampshire and the meanings behind her work. Finally, Janet sha…
 
I’m so glad that Lin McQuiston contacted me after her guild members Carolyn Burgess and Betsy Bauman had been interviewed. Lin and I had a wonderful time visiting. Have you ever journaled about what was going on in your life while making a quilt? It helped Lin realize how her quilt got her through the best of times and the worst of times. The quilt…
 
When I first saw one of Raymond Houston’s quilts it mesmerized me. I just wanted to follow the loops his blocks created. He uses the operations of symmetry and a single patch to create his very unique patchwork quilts. Raymond is an author, designer & textile artist at Nacho Grandma's Quilts. While enjoying his retirement he’s making quilts and qui…
 
First of all I want to thank Lynn Kane for her service as a Marine, an EMS, and a Firefighter! At times it seemed that Lynn just couldn’t get a break from her hardships and then she shared with me - But do you know what the lemonade was from that? Wow. What a wonderful attitude. Here are a couple of Lynn's quilts You can find more about Lynn, her p…
 
Well known for her Celtic knotwork designs for applique, sashiko, embroidery and quilting, Scarlett Rose also enjoys designing delightful scrap quilts based on traditional patterns. She brings a unique perspective to these redesigned classic patchwork patterns, keeping the vintage look but using easier techniques for the construction. Here's a coup…
 
During the interview with Paula Weir we realized that we not only share our first name, but we also share another very special name. Paula has had some wonderful angels in her life to help her on her quilting journey which also shows how wonderful our quilting community is. I love how she explains that these were extremely gracious ladies, and also…
 
After some serious soul searching and decision chasing, Quilt 2 End ALZ founder and CEO Ashli Montgomery knew it was time to merge her two great pastimes: quilting beautiful fabrics and advocating, educating, and charging forward to eradicate Alzheimer’s disease. In December 2018, Ashli shared this vision with some very smart, incredibly savvy wome…
 
How wonderful to be able to have employment where you can work with not only one, but two areas you deeply love. Betsy Bauman has been so fortunate to be able to do just that. She considers herself an art quilter, and her work has been seen in many venues across the United States. Betsy's Red and White quilt took second place in both Quilt Odyssey …
 
Carolyn Burgess’ quilt Wings of Hope caught my eye as I scrolled through Facebook. Then after seeing her post the Angels of Hope quilt, I had to contact her for an interview. Yes, there is a story behind these beautiful quilts and of course I wanted to hear Carolyn’s story. For those of you who applique, you’ll want to check out her studio Applique…
 
In this episode, host Sarah Ashford meets Lucy Brennan. Lucy is a quilt designer, pattern writer and blogger, under the name Charm About You, and the host of the Instagram stitch along the #saturdaynightcraftalong. Lucy talks about how she's been getting through lockdown, her current projects, what it's like to demo quilting on TV, and the things s…
 
When life hands you scraps, make a quilt! This is what Jamie Arnall shared with me. And that’s exactly what she did with her life. She has such a wonderful attitude! You can hear the excitement and warmth in our conversation. Jamie's website is My Heavenly Notions Or you can follow her on FaceBook Heavenly Notions Or Instagram heavenly_notions I al…
 
Obviously I’m a northerner. Sandy Fitzpatrick shared with me that southerners know the difference between a hissy fit and a conniption. So for us northerners I looked them up. Hissy fit is a childish tantrum as where a conniption is a fit of hysterical excitement or anger. I’m glad that Sandy of Hissyfitz Designs chose the cute name for her shop, a…
 
I noticed Wendy Haney’s YouTube videos and decided to reach out to her. She was sharing about quilting basics. Beginner quilters and experienced quilters are going to love these videos. Not only does Wendy have good reminders, she has some good tips that I hadn’t thought of. I had a great time hearing her story! Here are the links to find Wendy: We…
 
In this episode, host Sarah Ashford chats with Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon Roses. Laura talks about how she got the quilting bug when her husband bought her a sewing machine when her daughter was born. From then Laura went on to teach herself all she could about sewing, and now designs beautiful patterns, that she sells worldwide. Laura also…
 
I want to thank a faithful listener, Terrie, for suggesting to me to contact Carolyn Robinson from Schoolhouse Quilts in Elizabeth, WV. Carolyn was so fun and easy to talk to that it’s easy to see why her customers love her. She also was so understanding when I had to reschedule the interview. I’m so glad that we were able to connect! You can find …
 
I would love the opportunity to go on a hike with Swan Sheridan as she could point out such interesting facts about what we would see. She also has interesting quilt patterns that you can find at Swan Amity Studios. On any given day, you can find this quilt artist half buried in fabric, brandishing her needle and thread, and otherwise surrounded by…
 
Katrinka Poage was one of the first people to sign up to receive emails to find out when a new episode of A Quilter’s Life was available. Through my sister I knew that Katrinka not only liked to listen, but was a quilter herself. And each week as I sent out the emails I hoped to get to visit with her some day. Well, that day finally came and we had…
 
For this episode, I had the opportunity to speak to Fenella Dawney from the company Artichoke, about the the book Women Making History, Processions, The Banners, which has just recently been published. On Sunday 10th June 2018, tens of thousands of women, wearing scarves of green, white and violet took to the streets in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh …
 
Jennifer Davis is the owner of The Little Shop of Stitches in Miamisburg, Ohio. One of her customers, Lyndsay Donaldson, contacted me and wanted to hear Jenn’s story. I’m so thankful to Lyndsay for her suggestion! Jenn has kept her quilting community going even through this time of COVID with her kind, caring, demeanor. I had the pleasure of watchi…
 
I love how Karen Dawson explained that sometimes out of our greatest struggles comes one of our biggest gifts or blessings. She has such a positive outlook and we had a wonderful time visiting. Although she grew up in England, she now lives in a neighboring town from where I grew up. Remember to also take a look at her Etsy shop, FabricSpeaks. Hawa…
 
I was so happy to be contacted by Janellea Macbeth after Tammy Silvers had given her my information. Janellea is a quilting author, speaker, and thought leader. Jan’s system for cutting, storing, and using scraps evolved into her wonderful book ScrapStashtic Quilts. Check out Janellea's website And her book ScrapStashtic Quilts Also, Thanks again t…
 
In this episode Sarah chats with Leisa-Morris White, owner of Morris Textiles, a US based fabric company specialising in British fabrics including Liberty Tana Lawns and quilting cottons, William Morris prints, Oakshott fabrics and collections from other British Contemporary designers. They discuss setting up a quilting business, how the business m…
 
When a nurse at my doctor appointment asked what I did for fun, of course, I told her I had a quilting podcast. Then I asked if she knew any quilters and she did! So she was able to get me in contact with Kealy Parrish. Wow, what a great connection! I’m so proud of Kealy. She was able to make the changes necessary to get out of debt and she was abl…
 
Linda Parkhouse has quite a list of positions she holds. Among them are event speaker, podcaster, personal and leadership growth coach, and quilter. Although Linda and I didn’t discuss her podcast, you might want to check out Words to Lead By with Linda Parkhouse. Her podcast isn't about how to lead, rather it's things to think about and ways to be…
 
There are wonderful quilters all around the world and I had the privilege of visiting with Joy Sims while she is in France. I want to thank my sister, Lois Gillette, for connecting me with her friend Joy. Joy has been able to use quilting to connect with people in France and I love how she was able to share with me, “The fact that sitting across th…
 
Sarah Ashford is back with Series 2 of the Great British Quilter Podcast. In this episode, Sarah talks to historical novelist and quilter Tracy Chevalier all about writing, quilting and her latest novel, A Single Thread. Finally, Tracy shares two top tips with the listeners relating to creativity and quilting.…
 
Sherry Shish is an engineer during the day and an avid quilter at night. Which lead to her blog, Powered by Quilting. You can check out her quilting adventures which serve as her creative outlet at Powered by Quilting. I’m sure you will enjoy getting to know Sherry as we visit! Here are Sherry's social media links to connect with her: Website/Blog:…
 
I’m so thankful that Lorie Bernhardt’s coworker introduced her to podcasts! What a busy lady with her job and her quilting! I’m also thankful for the time she took out of her busy schedule to visit with me. Not only did Lorie share pictures of her beautiful quilts to see on my website, but you can take a look at her beautiful quilting on her facebo…
 
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