Join us to learn more about mindfulness in crafting and sewing, and the hot debate of ironing vs pressing fabrics!
The quilt hanging behind us Lynn’s castle wall quilt, Coffee Is Not My Cup of Tea. It’s a free hand-piecing pattern from Mickey Depre!
Tips and links for this episode:
- The tutorial for the hexagon pincushion caddy can be found at Penny’s Hands.
- Enter the Pixie Dots FQ bundle giveaway! We will ship internationally.
- Pam’s In My Neighborhood row for the quilt along by Quilter Chic will be out in mid-November, 2017.
- What is mindfulness?
- More about achieving a flow state
- Have you used a wooden iron?
- Pam loves the Strip Stick for pressing seams open. Here’s a short Instagram video of her using it.
- Check out Leah Day’s podcast with her perspective on the use of starch in quilting
- Lynn loves her fancy Oliso iron and Pam loves her (much cheaper) Hamilton Beach and Rowenta travel iron, both of which have small holes on the soleplate.
- How to make your own portable ironing surface from a TV tray
- Today’s episode was brought to you by Ink & Arrow Fabrics, because fabric should be fun! Check out their Pixie Dots basics line!
- Thanks also to our sponsor Famore Cutlery; learn how to stay sharp with their line of scissors and cutting implements.
- Thanks to our production partners 77peaches enterprises and Big Think Productions.
- Audio only versions of the show are available in the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast feed.
- The Stitch TV Show mugs are available from Lasting Impressions Atlanta!
- Our next Virtual Stitch-In is Friday November 10 at 7pm US Eastern.
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