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Recent Posts by Sarah N

    Connecting Threads Podcast Episode 16 – Batiks and Basics

    On this episode of the Connecting Threads Podcast, we’re looking behind the scenes to see what’s new at Connecting Threads. First we hear from Kris who’s telling all about batik fabric production and what makes batik’s special.┬áNext Marketing Director Jennifer Fish is going to help answer some common questions that people ask about us and our website, like “What’s the Design Table?” and “What ...

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    Connecting Threads Podcast Episode 15 – Quilting Questions Answered

    On this episode of the Connecting Threads Podcast, Kate is asking some questions and getting some answers. There are some things that have come up for her that has prevented her from moving forward with her quilt and there are some questions from the Connecting Threads community that Elise and Patrice help answer. From basting and fibers, come learn with Kate. First up Kate and Elise ...

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    Connecting Threads Podcast Episode 14 – Block of the Month

    On this episode of the Connecting Threads Podcast, Kate is taking a break from talking about her quilt to learn more about Block of the Month. Kate checks in with Kris and learns more about what even is a “Block of the Month” and learns more about quilting subscriptions. Later we hear from the designer of the Connecting Threads July Block of the Month, ...

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    Podcast Episode 12: Tips for Beginners

    The Connecting Threads Podcast is back! This season we follow Kate, a mom, serial organizer, and all-around podcast enthusiast, as she embarks on a quest to become a quilter. Kate comes from a long line of quilters whose roots originate in the midwest and predate the Depression era. She’s drawn to quilting because she’s drawn to things that bring comfort, and also has a desire ...

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