Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 44 Show Notes

Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 44 Show Notes

In this episode, I chat about the Hand Pieced Quilt Along, quilting a small project, coronavirus mania, and some great book and show recommendations.

(Disclosure: Some of these are affiliate links, which means I make a small commission if you buy from them, at no additional cost to you. Rest assured that I only recommend products that I know and love.)

Fat Quarter Shop logo

Thanks to Fat Quarter Shop for sponsoring the podcast!

Butter Churn Basics by Kim Diehl–20% off

Join the Simple Handmade Everyday Facebook group.

Harney and Sons Dragon Jasmine Pearls tea (I forgot to talk about it!)

Harney and Sons website

Book Club: Hand Pieced Quilt Along: Please join us! Isn’t Patty’s quilting amazing?!

Patchwork Gifts by Elise Baek

Patchwork Gifts by Elise Baek

Binding the Sweet Confetti quilt with Someday fabric by Minki Kim.

Sweet Confetti quilt with Someday fabric
Ready to bind!

Books mentioned:

TV shows mentioned:

Check out my Amazon page for all my recommendations.


The Simple Handmade Everyday theme song was written and performed by Jonah Esser. Thanks Jonah!



7 thoughts on “Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 44 Show Notes”

  • Just listened to the podcast while walking in the drizzle. My Ralph’s was also out of potato’s and onions and bananas. Weird. I was able to get everything I needed, also not going crazy and grabbing everything in sight like some people. I was one of the folks who couldnt wait and finished and posted Evelyn. Love this! Now I want to find last years blocks and make them, so the quilt will be bigger. Your podcasts are great ad usual!

  • I wish I I could stay home and sew during this crisis but I work in a hospital laboratory so guess where I am spending most of my time. But I always give myself at least an hour before I head to work to do some stitching and it is very pleasant to have your podcast to listen to. I truly enjoy it!

  • I’m like you – once I started reading books on my iPad, I have found it hard to read real books. I’m re-reading Little Women. Actually it’s an audiobook. In times of crisis, we’ll loved books are a comfort.

  • I visited Orchard House, home of the Alcotts, a couple weeks ago. Harney and Sons is selling a limited edition tea, Orchard House Blend, which they prepared to tie-in with the movie release. It is delicious.

  • My husband and I also subscribe to Acorn TV. We use to live in Ipswich in Suffolk for a few years so we were excited to find the British streaming service. We have enjoyed Doc Martin, Vexed and Agatha Raisin. Doc Martin has all nine years available, Vexed changed lead woman character for season two but still is good and Agatha Raisin is quite a good show.
    I have been meaning to let you know that prior to Christmas that I had added the Yorkshire Tea and Biscuit Tea to my Amazon wish list and my daughters gave me both as a Christmas gift. On cold, snowy days, like today, those teas are so comforting. They are good to relax with in the evenings while reading a novel or quilting. The tea makes me long for the tea shops that I would stop for tea at while living in England. Thanks for the tea recommendations.
    The book the Alice Connection was a very good book. One book that I really enjoyed reading that takes place during WWII is We Were the Lucky Ones.

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