Things have been quiet here because I’m still working through my move, but I have some fun projects and book reviews coming up as soon as I clear away the boxes! Be sure to check out the Improv action over on Sandi at CraftyPlanner’s blog in the meantime.

Sandi has posted a review of Malka’s book and some improv projects on her blog, as well as podcasts with Malka Dubrawsky and Jacquie Gering.

Interview with Malka Dubrawsky on Crafty Planner podcast as part of the month of Improv Quilting          Jacquie Gering on the Crafty Planner podcast as part of our Improv Quilting month

Do you listen to podcasts? I feel like a dinosaur admitting this, but even though podcasts have been around for quite a while, I just started listening to them this summer. And. I’m. Hooked.

I’m especially hooked on Sandi’s podcasts. Her interview skills and sound quality are both out of this world, and I love hearing her chat with her guests while I sew and drive.  You don’t need an iTunes account or any fancy device to listen to Sandi’s podcasts; she’s set them up so they can play right off her blog posts (as well as on iTunes and your fancy phones.)

Photo courtesy of Amazon.com (I’ll be reviewing this book later this month!!!)

Oh, and before I get back to breaking down boxes and finding my toaster, I want to be sure to mention that we’re rounding up some great prizes for the #improvquiltchallenge this month.  Just take a picture of your improv project and post to instagram with the #improvquiltchallenge tag.  You could win one of several prizes including Sherri Lynn Wood’s new Improv Handbook, spools of Aurifil Thread, and I’m throwing in $25 to Fat Quarter Shop!  More prizes will be announced throughout the month!

Cheers!

3 Comments

  1. Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl

    I have been thinking of you a lot and hoping the move is going smoothly. I think it is really exciting that you and Sandi have teamed up for an improv month, and I totally agree that her podcasts are a wonderful listen. 🙂

  2. Sarah @ Berry Barn Designs

    Curious to see what you think of the Improve Handbook – I love it and desperately hope to find a few quilty friends/new guild in KS to try a round robin idea with. We’re halfway through our drive… but it sounds like you’re well underway with unpacking! Happy getting settled : )

    1. Daisy

      So far, Sarah, I think it’s fantastic.  I’m a big fan of those books that can inspire and guide without just giving instructions for a dozen projects. This is one of those.  I’ll have more to say next week though!

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