402: “Never Have I Ever” Quilty Edition

In this episode, Lynn and Pam take viewer questions and do a round of “never have I ever”. Learn more about us that you ever wanted to. This episode is brought to you by The Stitch TV Show shop!

The quilt hanging behind us is our new pattern, Little Pink Houses! It’s a jelly-roll friendly log cabin quilt; it also works well with 5 different half-yards.

Helpful links and tips from this episode:

  • Check out Making It! on NBC if you’re in the US. It’s been renewed for a second season
  • Nailed It! is on Netflix.
  • Our friend Andi is the Sewing Doc. Check her out for vintage machine maintenance and repair.
  • We recommend a quarter-inch seam gauge to get a true quarter inch and scant quarter inch seam.
  • We recommend a square ruler to help square up blocks and units. This 12 1/2″ one is a handy size for most blocks.

 

  • Today’s episode was brought to you by The Stitch TV Show shop! Your source for quilt patterns, notions, and show merchandise.

 

Author: Pam

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6 Comments

  1. I like this quilt shop too. I have been there as my son lives in Atlanta

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  2. Great show!
    (FYI link to 12.5 inch ruler doesn’t link)

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    • Thanks for the heads-up on the link. It’s fixed now!

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  3. Never have I ever been to the US, but you guys are welcome to come visit us down under. Imagine the poo]pularity of a show filmed in NZ!!

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  4. I realized yesterday that I am a quilt snob! Quite a revelation for me. I know I care about my points and being as accurate as possible, but I’m not the Quilt Police! I wouldn’t criticize all YOUR hard work! That being said, I wouldn’t join a Round Robin with just anyone. I recently joined a quilt guild and during their show and tell, some veteran quilts were displayed that had one panel of an all over patriotic print, edged by 2 borders. They were happy with the number of quilts they were able to crank out. My thought was, why wasn’t a little more thought put into the design? Snobbish, I know. Maybe this could be a topic for one of your shows. I will watch it alone, in the dark,….while covering my head.

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