The Stitch TV Show – Episode 213

In episode 213 of The Stitch TV Show, Lynn and Pam talk about meeting Mark Sherman, quilting apps, and buying fabric for your stash.

Also: we got a new boom mic! Hopefully this improves the sound quality for everyone!

Tips and links for this episode:

  • Some of Mark Sherman’s gorgeous quilts! Learn more about him at his website Remarkable Quilts.


  • How we buy fabric for our stashes
    • 3 -4 yds of a background fabric for a couch size or twin quilt
    • 1 yd increment for a fabric being used in blocks
    • A fat quarter for applique for super scrappy projects
    • 3 yd for any border fabric to take advantage of the stable lengthwise grain
  • Lynn’s 200 fabric quilt is her Castle Wall quilt!


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Author: Pam

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  1. The new mic made a huge difference. Yay!!! I really enjoyed this show and have downloaded the apps. thanks Ladies!

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  2. Just watched your show 213. A kaleidoscope app was mentioned, what is the name of that app?

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  3. I have been listening to you for a while and always “comment in my head”, but I thought I would actually take time to post a comment today. I look forward to Friday’s, not only because, duh it’s Friday, but also because I get a new podcast from either The Stitch TV Show or Hip to be a Square. I’ve downloaded a few of the apps you spoke about and look forward to using them.
    I do have a question and possibly an upcoming topic for your show. I have quilted on my cheap, Wal-mart, less than $100 machine for years so I’m wondering what the advantage is to having the more expensive machines? Which machines are the most beneficial for the different stages of quilting (beginner, intermediate, expert)?

    Thanks again for always giving good, quality topics that continually inform and entertain your listeners!

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