And you don’t have to spend a fortune on fancy hangers. Join the staff of the magazines you love for a great episode filled with tips and tricks. Using your talents to help others will spread cheer to your community and those in need. I’ve been a fan in the past, but the new hosts sound like they’re reading a script and the content is mostly things we already know. © Copyright 2020 Meredith Corporation. We also chat with Susan Cleveland of Pieces Be With You. We’re also sharing the do’s and don’ts of displaying antique quilts, tips for planning your handmade holiday gift-giving, and some favorite quilty products on our wish list. Enjoy! Episode 484: Quilting Rules You Can Break, Episode 483: How to Host a Virtual Quilt Retreat, Episode 482: 3 Methods for Basting Your Quilt, Episode 481: What We're Obsessed With Now, Episode 479: Organize Projects for the Future, Episode 471: Set Up an Outdoor Quilt Display, Episode 470: Our Guide to Making a Stylish Bed, Episode 468: Prevent Back and Neck Pain While Sewing, Episode 465: Try Straight Lines + Stitch in the Ditch, Episode 464: How to Support Quilters During a Pandemic, Episode 463: The Best Sewing Advice We've Received, Episode 462: Tips for Making a Scrappy Quilt, Episode 461: Cozy Up Your Home with Creative Quilt Displays, Episode 460: How to Organize + Store Your Fabric, Episode 459: 5 Things Zapping Your Creative Energy, Episode 458: How to Sew with Plush Fabric. We also chat with Jessica Vetor, a scrappy quilter and pattern designer, who has lots of fun tips and info to share.For more resources from today's show, visit the show notes here: www.allpeoplequilt.com/magazines-more/quilting-podcast/episode-485-sort-your-scraps, No quilt police! On today’s show, we’re giving some tips for finding a sewing charity to support and how to get involved this holiday season. You’ll find more than 50 ideas for stylish accessories. The holidays are a meaningful time to sew for a charity. Episode 455: What's Your Organizing Personality? This podcast is sponsored by Baby Lock. Just finished this episode and I am ready to start organizing! On today’s show, we’re talking about precuts: why we love them, tips for using them, and how we store them. Welcome to the American Patchwork & Quilting podcast, a podcast aimed at making your quilting life more fun and creative, while connecting with quilters just like you. On today’s show, we’re giving some tips for finding a sewing charity to support and how to get involved this holiday season. As we prepare for what could be a long and possibly lonely winter of being quarantined, we wanted to share some ideas for hosting a virtual quilt retreat. November is sometimes seen as a time of reflection and gratitude, so on today’s show, we’re exploring what we and our listeners are thankful for in our quilting lives. Especially this year, it seems like many people need a little lift in their spirits, and nothing shows you care more than giving a handmade item. We also chat about different types of scissors, a fun project a staff member is working on, tips for washing wall quilts, and ideas for your quilty holiday wish list! We also give some basics for repairing antique quilts in your collection, hear what a staff member is currently working on, share our listener’s best tips for cutting, and introduce a fun new segment aimed at celebrating stories from local quilt shops.For more resources from today's show, visit the show notes here: www.allpeoplequilt.com/magazines-more/quilting-podcast/episode-478-add-a-quilt-ladder-to-your-home, On this episode, our staff and listeners share stories of how quilting brings them joy. Visit us weekly for designer interviews, sewing tips, and more! Allpeoplequilt is part of the Meredith Home Group. We also share stories of quilters making a difference in their communities, a staff member’s birthday challenge, a variety of cutting tips, and ideas for items to add to your holiday wish list! We’re tackling a controversial topic today: quilting rules – and which ones our staff and listeners are breaking! Enjoy! On today’s show, we’re acknowledging the resourcefulness many of us feel around the holidays. Welcome to the American Patchwork & Quilting podcast, a podcast aimed at making your quilting life more fun and creative, while connecting with quilters just like you. To learn how to listen, see here. Expectant mothers and little ones will love these handmade crib quilts! Send Text Message Print. We also chat with the amazing Stacy West of Buttermilk Basin – it’s a conservation you’re going to love!For more resources from today's show, visit the show notes here: https://www.allpeoplequilt.com/magazines-more/quilting-podcast/episode-487-macgyver-sewing-tips Email us at APQPodcast@meredith.com. Then we share the story of a quilt shop owner who pivoted her business during the pandemic with creative and fun ideas that encouraged her customers during a hard time. If you’ve been wondering how to get started sorting and organizing your scrap bins, we’re offering some basics. Very inspiring podcasts - you feel like you are in the room and a part of it! We also share stories of quilters making a difference in their communities, a staff member’s birthday challenge, a variety of cutting tips, and ideas for items to add to your holiday wish list!For more resources from today's show, visit the show notes here: www.allpeoplequilt.com/magazines-more/quilting-podcast/episode-484-quilting-rules-you-can-break, As we prepare for what could be a long and possibly lonely winter of being quarantined, we wanted to share some ideas for hosting a virtual quilt retreat. If you’ve been wondering how to get started sorting and organizing your scraps, we’re offering some basics. It’s so inspiring to hear how sewing makes others happy – quilting is such a meaningful hobby, and we love taking the time today to reflect on that. Join the staff of the magazines you love for a great episode filled with tips and tricks. Enjoy! Get free quilt patterns that will make it easy for you to put your fat quarters to good use. We give tips for sewing with children – this is especially handy if you’ll need to entertain kids or grandkids for the holidays.