Episode 534: How to Document Your Creations
Listen to the show in the player at the end of this post.
Email us at APQPodcast@meredith.com
*BONUS for our podcast subscribers! Get 60% off a subscription to American Patchwork & Quilting. Click here to take advantage!
*BONUS for our podcast subscribers! Get 50% off one digital quilt pattern of your choice in our online shop. Visit apqshop.com, and use coupon code PODCAST at checkout.
How to Document Your Creations
Lindsay shares how to document your quilts, so that their basic information, their stories, and their connections with others are remembered and shared through generations. She gives details on:
- Adding a quilt label to your projects
- Creating a scrapbook (physical or digital) to record your quilts
- Using project trackers as a form of scrapbook
- How to build conversations around your quilts with the ones you love
Lindsay then shares a collection of listener-submitted tips, including storage tips, what to do with batting scraps, machine-quilting tips, and more.
Submit your own to be featured by emailing APQTips@meredith.com.
We looking at how to be sew thrifty with what you already have! As much fun as new things can be, there is an intrinsic thrill in using every last bit of your fabric, notions, and other supplies—and you help cut down on waste! Joanna breaks down some of the ways in which you can use things you already have around your sewing space.
Virtual Quilt Retreat
On Saturday, December 4, 2021, we're hosting a virtual quilt retreat with all our readers and fans! No need to sign up (or even leave your house). Just log into Facebook and Instagram on Saturday to join us! Get details here.
What We're Loving
Lindsay shares products our staff and listeners are loving right now! They are: