Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 105 Show Notes

Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 105 Show Notes

In this episode, I chat about being close to another quilt finish, some new quilty plans, and some fun new TV shows.

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Quilting Links


Inexpensive places to get books

TV Shows

  • The Bear
  • The Beef
  • Only Murders in the Building
  • Fisk
  • Suits

Miscellaneous Links

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

2 thoughts on “Simple. Handmade. Everyday. Podcast Episode 105 Show Notes”

  • I’ve thoroughly enjoyed your podcasts. Since discovering you mid year, I’ve gone back and listened to every one, and sometimes twice. Your content is informative, relatable and interesting . I only wish that I had found you sooner while I was making masks during the pandemic. Your advice regarding mask making would have been very helpful. I’ll listen to this episode later as I settle down with a cup of Earl Grey..

  • Hi Kristen, I hope you have a great trip to Chicago! My son lived there for a few years, and we visited him one September, and lucked into sunny, beautiful weather. He lived in Lake View, a few blocks off the lake, so we were able to “commute” down to the heart of the city on those rental bikes, and ride along the lake shore. We also took busses and the subway. I highly recommend the architectural boat tour – it was so inspiring seeing all the different styles of buildings – I took a million photos of all the different geometric window shapes and reflections. We also went to the Art Museum and the bean, and our one big splurge was to see Hamilton. We were there midweek, and were able to get tickets (fairly last minute) for about $75.00 – this was about 5 years ago. We only had three days, but it was so much fun! I look forward to hearing about your adventures!

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