Episode 14 – small, but nice

Listen to Episode 14

Craigslist – a place for classifieds

Look (but not too closely) at the yarn I made!

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The beginnings of my Valentine’s Day quilt

The white in the center is where I’m going to embroider my name, birthday and maybe a little biographical info.  This is made of two Moda charm packs (except the white fabric and the pink/brown paws…I just liked those)

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4 Comments

  1. aneda said,

    January 15, 2009 at 5:16 pm

    Hello! I’m a new listener and have been enjoying your pod cast. I know someone who use to be a wildlife traper for the county where live maybe I can get some advise for you from him. I don’t know how to make yarn and I have a very old spinning wheel and have no clue as how to use it. But, I use to raise lambs and we use to use something like that hand carder tool you discribed. You could check your local feed store for grooming tools used for lambs. ???

  2. Colleen said,

    January 17, 2009 at 3:34 pm

    Hi Jennifer. I’m all caught up with your podcasts now – darn! I like your music. Your brother is very talented. Hope your doggie is feeling better. We don’t have many raccoons here – I guess it’s too cold.

    The colours in your valentines quilt are great. I’ve just completed a top with pink and chocolate brown. I love that combination.

    Colleen in Calgary

  3. Phyllis said,

    January 19, 2009 at 2:33 am

    Hi Jennifer,
    I just found your podcast on iTunes and downloaded the majority of them. Love your show. I’m in northern California but my daughter is in school in Portland (4 yr. post grad program) so was I surprised to hear your interview with the Pineneedle shop. That is MY favorite quilt shop also. I go there every time I’m in Portland.

    You are a VERY good interviewer. The Valori Wells interview was awesome, too. My sister (who lives in Dallas, TX) will be going to Sisters this July also. She’s gone 3-4 yrs in a row for classes.

    I tried to look you up in Ravelry but couldn’t find you. Next time your in Ravelry say hi. I’d love to see what you’ve made. I quilt and knit, too.

    My Ravatar is SonomaKnits

  4. Cindy said,

    January 25, 2009 at 11:58 pm

    Nice music on the end 🙂 I have a friend who relocates raccoons but she is in Mich. You could get a live trap from the hardware and trap them yourselves. You would have to get creative after that…. I have hand carded a little with dog hair. Kind of a very primitive way. Since you have dogs you may have a slicker brush. I used two of them and it worked out pretty good. And it’s inexpensive 🙂 Nice use of charm squares too!


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