423: Becoming a Quilt Appraiser and Our Worst Quilt Ideas Ever

In this episode, Lynn and Pam talk about becoming a quilt appraiser, and our worst quilt ideas ever.

This episode is brought to you by QT Fabrics and EnMart!

The quilt hanging behind us is Pam’s quilt Dresden Garden.

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Enter the giveaway! Those in the US are eligible for the fabric bundle of Retro Minis and a digital copy of the Emilio pattern. Those outside the US are eligible for two digital patterns of their choice from our shop! Giveaway closes at midnight August 1. The bundle includes 1 yard each of the 5 prints in the picture below, and 2.5 yds of the cream for the background of the Emilio quilt pattern. Also show is our visualization for the quilt using the fabrics.

Retro Minis Fabric Bundle Emilio Quilt made with Retro Minis fabric from QT Fabrics

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19 Comments

  1. Would love to hear about choosing fabric colors for quilting! Thank you, Susan

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  2. I would love to hear about designing quilts.

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  3. Enjoyed the show, as always. Pam, I would like to learn more about how you make quilted postcards. In this age of digitization, it could help to revive real human connection.
    Thank you. Lilly

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  4. I suggest more “How do I quilt this?”, those are some of my favorite episodes!

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  5. Would love to know your most used quilting ruler, stencil, panto, etc. Show the versatility of each.

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  6. good show today…stay cool

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  7. I enjoy learning from the two of you. There is always something that I can take away from the broadcast conversation. You guys are always so awesome and funny.

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  8. I’ve watched all of your shows and may not remember if you talked about this or not but I would be interested to hear about your quilting/sewing influences (who inspired your style, love of quilting, techniques, etc.) aka your quilt idols.

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  9. I love hearing what you like best.

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  10. Love this show! I enjoy the verbal sparring, and the information.

    I’d love to hear more about “rescuing” a quilt that you’re working on, that is how to recover from piecing and quilting issues. (Happens to me, I’m thinking that it happens to others as well.) So – piecing issues where the blocks are too small or large. Quilting issues – you’ve quilted something and just DON’T like it! But you owe the quilt. Would you add more quilting, or just give it away and make another one?

    Actually, this episode is very interesting to me – have to get back to it!

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  11. I would like an episode focusing on how to take random left over blocks and experiments and turn them into useful quilting projects.

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  12. Would love to hear more about what books, etc you go to for inspiration. Really enjoy your podcasts!
    Also what you enjoy most visiting quilt stores.

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  13. I would love to hear about the different quilt shows you have gone to — from the show itself to getting there — what to see while you were there — what if any classes did you take – or did you teach – or vend? — places you stayed. Thanks!-

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  14. I just found your youtube channel several months ago and I have been watching back episodes to catch up. Love your banter and obvious friendship. A tutorial on the postcards you mentioned would be great. Have you talked about the process to getting published? The virtual stitch ins are fun, especially if you have well known guests from the quilting world.

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  15. I would love to see more art quests.

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  16. I love your ‘Shop my stash’ videos.

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  17. Thanks for all your great videos. I was looking for inspiration on how to quilt my top and found your “how do I quilt this” episodes, which I really enjoyed. Now Im watching all your other videos too. You could talk about ( and show) how you label your quilts and if you use pieced backs, if you haven’t done that yet.

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  18. Oh, yes. My last quilt top was much better in my head than it was on cloth! Maybe after I quilt it, it will be better. Definitely one of those bad ideas only the mother of the quilt will love. .

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  19. I would love to hear more of you interviews with folks in the quilting community. Thanks for all that you do!

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