Make your holidays more memorable with a fun quilty tradition for your family and friends. We also chat with Jessica Plunkett of Maeberry Square.
Episode 579

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Start a Quilty Holiday Tradition

Holiday traditions are so fulfilling. They bring family and friends together, connect us with the past, and provide a sense of security when things in our life seen unstable. Traditions are a way to pass along our culture and our values to others, as well as share meaningful moments with others. We share some ideas for starting a quilty tradition that those around you will cherish for years to come.

Getting Sewcial

We chat with Jessica Plunkett of Maeberry Square. Jessica is a talented quilter, pattern designer, and lecturer. Jessica shares the meaningful way quilting made its way into her life (with the help of her great-grandmother), and how her life and her relationships influence her quilts. She's a member of the Modern Quilt Guild, recently became their Program Specialist, and is teaching workshops at QuiltCon in February. She shares the benefits of belonging to a guild, how to foster a quilting community, and what to expect from her workshops. She also delves into the role perfectionism can play in quilting and how to shift your mindset away from constant comparison.

Jessica Plunkett