Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 52 Show Notes

Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 52  Show Notes

In this episode, I chat about making progress on several quilts, the results of the 5-Day Food Challenge with Dara, books, movies, kombucha, and a summer capsule wardrobe.

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Fat Quarter Shop logo

Thanks to Fat Quarter Shop for sponsoring the podcast!

Check out Fat Quarter Shop Flosstube for cross stitch inspiration.

Harney and Sons Paris tea

Single cup tea maker

Beautiful quilting by Sewing Blue: Deanna Cenzano Longarm Quilter


Movies/TV/Podcasts shows mentioned:

All Things Kombucha

Join the Simple Handmade Everyday Facebook group.

Check out my Amazon page for all my recommendations.

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

2 thoughts on “Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 52 Show Notes”

  • Vick here currently living in West Virginia – via Memphis TN – Nashville, TN, and Virginia
    Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your pod cast. You provide a variety of great information and interesting things in a short enough time that I don’t get bored. I usually listen to you on my way to work . I am a quilter and gardener , but have just recently moved into a new home (old home but new to me) and now I am a wall paper remover. Jack of many trades master of none. But, needless to say I haven’t quilted in a while because of the move. Anyway love your show and links you share. I just subscribed to The Last Homely House, wonderful to watch. I am going to try the 5 day challenge but may need a 6 month challenge for the weight I need to loose.
    Thank you

  • So much fun to hear about your tea and kombucha. Thanks for sharing about The Homely Home. Does your son play the music for the podcast?

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