Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Jackie's Quilting Chronicles (featuring ME!)

I know it's been a bit quiet around these parts. I haven't been able to sew much, what with the broken elbow and all. Sadly, I haven't been able to blog much either. But the good news is that my recovery has gone extremely well, and I have actually been making stuff to share with you all! I'll be working on getting that stuff posted soon.

In the meantime, I happy to report that a podcast that I recorded a few months back is now live!

Do you know Jackie Kunkel and her business, Canton Village Quilt Works? Well, if you don't, you should. Jackie is prolific in the online quilting community. She is a blogger, a shop owner, a long-arm quilter, a podcaster (is that even a word?), and an all-around awesome person. She's been a supporter of mine and an encouraging voice in my blogging and quilting journey since day one. (You may also remember that Jackie came to my rescue when I was looking to have a charity quilt quilted a few months back.)

All of which is why I was thrilled to meet Jackie at Quilt Market in Houston this past October. And when she asked me to be a guest on her podcast, Jackie's Quilting Chronicles, I was more than happy to oblige.

The podcast is now available on Jackie's site. You can listen to it here.

Check it out, and be sure to tell Jackie I said "hi"!


  1. Aw, glad your recovery is going well--was just thinking the other day about you and your elbow.

    Love Jackie--her online shop is awesome (she is my go-to for Kona Solids), and I've been reading her blog for a couple of years now. I love how small the quilty blogosphere seems! Can't wait to hear your guest spot on her podcast!

  2. I love Jackie and have a been a follower of hers for quite some time - I think you have a great friend in her.

  3. Jackie is a sweetheart! She reads and comments on my teeny tiny blog and is so supportive. I appreciate her very much!

    I'll be sure to listen to your podcast!

  4. So glad to hear that you are recovering nicely from your elbow injury.. Will look forward to seeing your new projects.
    Warmest regards from Western Canada,
    Anna ( aka quiltmom)

  5. So happy you're back! I've missed reading your blog. Hope your recovery is complete very soon!

  6. What a great interview! Isn't this incredible weather. I'm just loving sitting by an open window while I sew. I hope the elbow is healing quickly and you can get back to your sewing. :-)

  7. I just wanted to say that I have been enjoying seeing the Blockapaloosa unfold on everybody's blogs! It's a really fun quilt! Thanks for the eye candy... I look forward to seeing the rest of the blocks "materialize".