Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 65 Show Notes

Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 65 Show Notes

In this episode, I chat about current quilting projects, favorite books, shows, and a fun “Ask Me Anything” segment.

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TV shows mentioned:

  • Money Heist
  • Your Name
  • All Creatures Great and Small
  • This is Us

Favorite YouTube Channels:






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

3 thoughts on “Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 65 Show Notes”

  • Really enjoyed this podcast. I especially liked the 80/20 perfection advice. BTW, I wish I lived somewhere where there is no snow. It can be pretty, but when you have to drive to get to work, it is scary. Keep on with the podcast-I love it!

  • Hi Kristin, thank you so much for all you do! I signed up for the hand pieced quilt along just now, and so excited to see the warm color palette, they are gorgeous! I’ve never done hand piecing, but lately I’ve been finding myself to do a lot of crocheting so I think it’s time for me to do a bit by hand. I love listening to your podcast, and took a lot of your recommendations about youtubers and books, and all the other great things you mention. I’m glad to hear that you find time to spend it with your kids, they will be gone before you know it. We have a 26 years old who got married since we saw him last, so big things are happening at that age 🙂 Keep up the great work, cheers from NY!

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