407: Binding Preferences and Go-To Quilt Patterns

In this episode, Pam and Lynn chat about our binding preferences, and go-to quilt patterns.

Note: At 35:19 Pam lets slip a short curse word. Apologies!

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51 Comments

  1. I’d like to see a chat about quilts using alternative fabrics such as corduroy, denim or ticking along with the usual quilt cottons.

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  2. I really enjoy listening to you. I learn and laugh at the same time.

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  3. Would love to hear about your experience at Quilt market!

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    • Yes, tell us about everything at market and festival!

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  4. Thanks for another great episode of The Stitch. I would like to hear more about your design process!

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  5. I love your shows! It’s always a pleasure when a new one airs.

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  6. Developing your skills

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  7. I’d like to see a chat about using alternative fabrics in a quilt such as ticking, corduroy, leather, and denim along with the usual quilt cottons.

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  8. I’d like to see a chat about using alternative fabrics such as corduroy, leather, and ticking alongside the usual quilt cottons in a quilt.

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  9. Organizing and tracking your WIPS and ongoing quilting projects.

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  10. I have just started watching. I think I have to see what you have already covered first before picking a topic. 🙂

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  11. Your favorite new tool.

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  12. Seconding the vote for the Quilt Market experience chat!
    I would also be interested in hearing more about how you both manage to make time for quilting. While that’s certainly more of a personal kind of thing, as to how much time you all have, I would be interested in knowing just how frequently you are both at your sewing machine, or various quilting-adjacent activities (planning and/or designing projects, etc) and just, really, how you both manage to get so much done.

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  13. Have you ever bought any of the quilting subscription boxes like Quilty or Sew Sampler from Fat Quarter Shop?

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  14. Would love to hear about homemade gifts that y’all are making this year and all about quilt market.

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  15. BORDERS= PIECED-PRAIRIE POINTS- ETC

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  16. Have you ever gotten a quilt related subscription box?

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  17. Love the video. You won’t believe the Christmas gifts I’ve received!

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  18. I thoroughly enjoyed this episode, you two crack me up! I would like to hear more about Pam’s experience with her Sweet Sixteen and maybe see her do some quilting videos.

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  19. Love the show. I would love to see more bloopers. I would like to see more shop your stash videos. Whatever you ladies talk about is ok with me, it’s your show.

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  20. Your quilt pattern is amazing

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  21. Would love to hear about market and why you started quilting.

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  22. I can quite happily sit and watch someone sew – I don’t even need them to do anything else to entertain me!

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  23. Loved the show.

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  24. I love to watch your videos and have learned so much from you two. I love Christa Watson and her fabrics. Thank you for the chance to win an awesome give away!

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  25. I love watching you both and look forward to your new shows each month. Have you ever purchased any of the quilt related subscription boxes?

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  26. Can’t wait to hear about Quilt Market!

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  27. Fat Quarter Shop has a new layer cake pattern that would make a good go to quilt. I’m excited to try it for my nephew’s big boy quilt. It’s called Layer Cake Custard, I think.

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  28. I like this quilt pattern. It should be fast and easy.

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  29. Maybe an episode of quick gift ideas? Or tips about sewing with your children? Love your show!

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  30. What is your method for getting a quilt ready to be quilted?

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  31. What was new at quilt market this year?

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  32. Such pretty and bright colors!

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  33. How about an episode on how to use EQ7! I would love to have you guys do an episode on designing fabrics. What programs work the best And how to submit your designs.

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  34. I really enjoy listening to the two of you. I’m anxious to here more about the Block of the Month you’re working on.

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  35. I enjoy listening to you.. and you have a great variety of topics… nothing comes to mind for new topics…

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  36. Laser cut Appliqué pieces! Woohoo!
    Christa’s fabric is very pretty.

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  37. Would like to hear you chat about quilting suitable for modern quilts.

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  38. This pattern is great! I’d love to hear you talk about ways to connect with quilt people in the Atlanta area.

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  39. Love to hear about Quilt Market.

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  40. I enjoy the Stitch. I would like to hear how you organize your time to get so much accomplished!

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  41. I would like to hear about your favorite rulers for machine quilting.

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  42. I loved the “how would you quilt it” episodes. I frequently stall at the quilting process because I have to figure out a plan.

    Thanks for all you do

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  43. It’s that time of year…what are your favorite quick quilty gifts?

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  44. In a future episode I’d like to hear you chat about what to keep in mind if entering a quilt in a show. General criteria fir binding, label, prep to hang, etc. Each show is different, of course but there must be some commonality to keep in mind. Another topic- how to find/choose a guild.

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  45. I would love to hear something about appliqué

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  46. Would be great to get some quilting math lessons!
    One thing that intimidated me is figuring out how much fabric to buy. Not only in purchasing backing but creating blocks.

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  47. I would like to see a show on how quilting fabric is made. Is it true that you shouldn’t use 108″ fabrics for piecing? Is it different quality than quilting fabric?

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  48. Is there a difference in quality between quilting cotton at 45″ wide and 108″ wide quilting cotton? I would like to know the differences in quilting cotton quality. I was told not to use my 108″ leftover scraps to piece with. Would love an honest discussion on same. Thanks so much!!!

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  49. I would like to hear about your adventures at Quilt Market and Quilt Festival. And I’m interested in quilty vacations like cruises and tours … have either of you ever done anything like that?

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  50. I love your favorite books series and how you quilt it series. I would like to hear about the ways you store fabric and all the things we need as quilters.

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