Today on the podcast we are talking about project portability—Sew of the Go! First up, we discuss if Tracy, Lori, and Ginger actually bring sewing with them when they are out and about or traveling. Then we discuss ways to carry your quilting projects with you with lots of suggestions from quilters around the world. In our Open Studios segment, our guest is Jess Finn from Paper Pieces in Paducah, KY, who is here to discuss the extremely portable English Paper Piecing. Finally, our Fine Finishes segment is all about holiday sewing projects. Tracy, Lori, and Ginger talk about holiday gift giving, what quilts they are planning to make for their family this year, and how to handle the holiday time crunch for homemade gifts.
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- Welcome | Lori, Tracy, and Ginger discuss if they bring quilting projects with them to work on when they travel, or just for those moments of down time. Tracy asked quilters how they bring quilting and sewing projects with them on the go.
- Open Studio | Jess Finn from Paper Pieces in Paducah, KY.
The holidays are just around the corner. Lori discusses how many quilts she needs to make in time for Christmas and asks the ladies if they make handmade gifts too.
Related Resources: products mentioned during the show
Jinny Beyer – Quiltmaking by Hand
Teri Lucas – Uses a Talenti jar to hold binding supplies.
Heather Lofstrom – (@aquiltingcowgirl on Instagram) – Suggests reusing a recycled kit box.
Open Studios with Jess Finn