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Quilting can date back as far as ancient Egypt and China. The use of a layered fabrics with stitching were used for quilted armor and petticoats. Join us at the Campfire for a brief look into Quilting History and we have a Guest Appearance by Stacie Baumeister; the Owner of QuiltWorks Northwest who will be one of the exhibitor's at the upcoming "Sewing & Stitchery Expo" in Puyallup later this month, Feb 28th through March 3. Join us for a brief journey through quilting histor
This episode's information is aobut Line Sheets. A line sheet is made up of 3 documents.
Join me on Saturday, May 11, 2013 to find out what those documents are. If you know what they are, please feel free to call toll-free or a messages in my Chat Room, it's all free!
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I will be sharing questions you should be asking yourself about your business product.
What is my product? What are the costs? What permits do I need? These are just some of the questions that need to be answered. Join me on Saturday, May 11, 2013 for a very interesting topic.
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Bewitching Radio and Kriss Morton Present an interview with Danica Winters. Danica is touring with her latest book Montana Mustangs; book 2 of the Nymph series!
Danica Winters is a bestselling author who is known for writing award-winning books that grip readers with their ability to drive emotion through suspense and often a touch of magic. When she’s not working she can be found in the wilds of Montana working on her patience while she tries to understand the allure of various crafts (quilting, pottery and painting are not her thing). She always believe the cup is neither half full nor half empty, but it better be filled with wine.
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Montana Mustangs -Heat Level: Sensual, m/f, HEA
A Nymph. A woman with the ability to seduce at will, shift to protect, but cursed with the fate to have the man she falls in love with die a tragic death. As one of the ill-fated nymphs, Aura Montgarten has spent her lifetime drifting from one place to another hiding from love. Until she meets Dane. (full synopsis here)
If you would like to ask Patricia a question, the call-in number is 646-929-2345
Sonia Nadina Haynes interviews Patricia Corbett Bowman, author of the young adult novel, Back In Her Time. Back In Her Time is a novel of a rebellious young woman who finds herself in the body of a male soldier back in World War II.
Sonia Nadina Haynes is president of The North Shore Writers Association. Patricia is an active member.
Patricia Corbett Bowman was born and grew up in Toronto, has lived in London, ON.,and Burks Falls. She now resides in North Vancouver, B.C. with her husband and Golden Retriever, to be close to her grandsons. She is a Snowbird who relishes her time for six months each year in Lakeland, Florida. Patricia taught in private and public school for over seventeen years in London. Her hobbies include golfing, quilting and visits to the gym. She has had articles and short stories published in major newspapers and magazines. Her first Young Adult novel, Back In Her Time, a teen age girl’s time travel to WW11 was published in 2011. Patricia enjoys reading and researching Canadian history. Her second YA novel that takes place at a future Prime Minister's mansion, will be out later this year in book form and e-book. Patricia can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit The North Shore Writers Association's website for more information about our organization.
How can a book about quilting and Harriet Tubman help a White California woman in her twenties overcome a racial divide enough to marry the love of her life -- a Black man? Award-winning writer Kathi Macias tells this heartfelt story and will join NEWDradio for an interview about the book.
Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles and Soul Movement Crew's General Manager Creigy D gab for an hour about trends, music, faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.
From Ebay to Craftsy...how did the journey begin and where is the path leading? Josh and John, the owners of Craftsy.com, are very excited to join Marly to talk about their amazing adventure into this crafting industry. Have you had a chance to check out all the classes offered by Craftsy? How about Marly's very own class? You can be sure there will be prizes live! Like this podcast? Be sure to leave a comment/review on iTunes to let other know about it! S
Recently we were at the Original Sewing and Quilt Expo in Lakeland, Florida in March 2013. We visited several business during the show and found 2 businesses we though our listeners might like to know more about.
The Silk Den which is located in Lutz, Florida owned and operated by Peter and his staff, they not only have a small store but offer Online ordering. You will love their silk and are very happy to help you with your questions about silk.
The Quick Pleater invented by Angie Knowles and her husband Rick has now been available for 2 years. If you make pleats for anything, clothes, home decor, or quilting, the quick pleater will make your sewing sooo easy.
Marsha Hubler's latest project is for ladies of all ages. Moving from juvenile fiction, she has written an Amish/Mennonite romance series entitled THE LOVES OF SNYDER COUNTY. The first book, BACHELOR'S CHOICE, was released by Helping Hands Press, with two sequels, TEACHER'S PET and LOVE SONG FOR LOUELLEN. She's also writing short stories about her Amish/Mennonite characters in her series. The first story, NANETTE'S NEEDLE AND THREAD, has been released as volume one in the SNYDER COUNTY'S QUILTING BEE compilation. Living in central PA in a community populated by the Amish and Mennonite folk, Marsha's accurate portrayal of their lifestyles enhances her writing style, bringing life to her Snyder County characters. Marsha has always loved kids and horses. She's been a foster parent and had owned horses for over 20 years. She also loves dogs and has two mixed terriers, Skippy and Bailey, who she adopted from a no-kill rescue shelter. Living in a rural farm area of Pennsylvania affords Marsha the luxury of enjoying her three-acre property with her husband and dogs. She has a goldfish pond and a gazebo in her backyard. Most of all, she is thankful to God for allowing her to write books. She accepted Christ as her Savior at the age of eleven, and now she can look back and see how God prepared her to write books. She considers it a special calling to write, especially for young people, and share biblical principles with which her readers can have happy and productive lives. Marsha loves to hear from her fans and horse lovers. Visit her at www.marshahubler.com or at her two blogs: www.horsefactsbymarshahubler.wordpress.com and www.marshahubler.wordpress.com
Fantastic Frank interviews Linda C. Wisniewski Her memoir , Off Kilter, is about overcoming physical as well as emotional challenges. Linda C. Wisniewski shares an empty nest with her retired scientist husband in Bucks County PA. A former librarian, she teaches memoir workshops and speaks on the healing power of writing, when she is not walking, knitting, quilting or doing yoga. Her credits include the Christian Science Monitor, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Rose & Thorn, Mindprints, and other literary magazines as well as several anthologies. Linda’s memoir, Off Kilter, was published in 2008 by Pearlsong Press and she has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Contact her at www.lindawis.com and follow her on Twitter @Lindawis.
Phyllis J. Harris Master Quilter, turning fabric into art and a pictorial history. Commisioned Quilts for Oprah Winfrey, local churches, etc. Taking Quilting to another level. Exhibited at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts,Houston Live Stock and Rodeo Show, Texas Southern University, University of Houston Downtown, South Carolina State University, and International Quilt Festival.
Pepper Cory talks about her newest foray in the quilting world - designing a line for Studioe Fabrics - called Town & Country. The new Studioe collection is available to see at www.studioefabrics.com Take a look at the line, and listen in as Pepper talks about her inspiration, and ideas for this new Basics collection for Studioe Fabrics.