Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 57 Show Notes

Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 57  Show Notes

In this episode, I chat about finishing a quilt top, starting a new “beginners improv” quilt, a lovely new fabric line, and a new organizing/productivity system called the Sunday Basket.

(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!

Check out the new Serendipity Quilt Along!

Egentid tea from Ikea

Finished up the Rooftop Wonders Quilt with Paintbrush Studio Solid fabrics

Off to the longarm quilter! Deanna Cenzano over at Sewing Blue.

Brushstrokes Quilt Pattern

Idyllic fabric by Minki Kim

Idyllic by Minki Kim


Out of the Ordinary Podcast all about Louise Penny books

TV shows mentioned:

Sunday Basket

Sunday Basket Podcsast

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!

4 thoughts on “Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 57 Show Notes”

  • I love listening to your podcasts. 😍
    You give such good tips for quilt projects, books, TV and home management.
    Sending good wishes to you and your family from England. X 🇬🇧

  • I was cutting back summer flowers and hosta’s while listening today. We had three nights of frost here in southern Wisconsin this week so the growing season is over and it’s definitely soup making time again. I also recently found “A Quilting Life” video’s with Cherri McConnell and her daughter, they are great and I love their line of fabrics. I’m working on a small project with a charm pack from Moda in fall colors, my favorite. Going to do a little hand quilting on it and hope to get it on the wall soon. Thanks for sharing so much good information with us and hope you have a wonderful weekend.

  • I have been packaging small scraps and donating them to Goodwill. They tell me that they have buyers for such and it keeps them out of the landfill. Our guild also has a Freebie table where fabric and craft things and notions can be put- there are lots of shoppers at that table and the leftovers get donated to a charity.

  • Kristin, I’ve been meaning to tell you for weeks how much I enjoy your podcast. I love your voice, both literally and otherwise. You have an easy way of discussing things and you are so relatable. Like many others, I too love quilting and knitting, also needlepoint and a few other crafts. I love catching up on your family and the goings-on during the pandemic. I discovered Acorn TV because of you! I am watching A Place To Call Home as a result. It is soooo good. I am on the last season and will be sad when I am done. Thank you so much for the time and effort you put into bringing some joy into my day.

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