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Liz Nies is a very well hobbied person. We had her on a few months ago to talk about fly fishing. She's also a very avid quilter. Join me as we talk about quilting, how to start, tools you need, tips n tricks, and anything else you need to know about quilting.
Some of the language of quilting is also kind of fun and we'll talk about that as well. Different ways of piecing the top of the quilt, the parts of a quilt, the best kind of fabric for quilting and whether or not you can travel and continue on quilting as your hobby (yes, you can).
Host: Shirley Gutkowski
Producer: Gaylene Baker
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 history, the current event and it's important connection to culture and tradition.....
WEBSITE: Storytellers Campfire
Website: The Sewing & Stitchery Expo
Let's learn together about some custom fabric treatments that are available to you to decorate your home. Tina Lehman, Sales Manager of Virginia Quilting, will be this weeks guest on Blog Talk Radio. There is so much more to Virginia Quilting. And Tina will let us know about all of the wonderful things they have to offer.
Virginia Quilting, Inc. was founded in 1968 as Northern Virginia Quilting and changed to Virginia Quilting, Inc. in 1975. The growth of Virginia Quilting has allowed them to acquire state-of-the-art equipment to produce premium products at reasonable prices. Their computer quilting and comforter machines enable them to offer a broad range of patterns. The width of their quilting machines allows them to match fabric and quilt patterns and to utilize a premium seamless lining. Virginia Quiting has recently added a design-training center that exhibits many of their products. These and other innovative products are explained in greater detail in their catalog.
Host Dr. Imani Ma'at
Join us on June 17, 2015 Featuring Teresa R. Kemp, Author of Keeper of the Fire
Show Time: 9PM EST, 8PM CST, 7PM MT, 6Pm PST)
Call in number: 646-915-9853
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Mrs. Teresa R. Kemp (Nana) is the 5th generation quilter and owner of Plantation Quilts & UGRR Secret Quilt Code Museum. In 2005, with her parents she opened the UGRR Secret Quilt Code Museum. Closed in 2007, Mrs. Kemp is a colon cancer and congestive heart failure survivor. A staunch advocate for conservation, healthier lifestyles for all, she continues to return to be active in the YMCA's Live Strong program. Tune in to learn about her rich multi-cultural background and history. She is heading to Ghana shortly for the very high honor of being Enstooled as a Nana.
Nancy Van Apeldoorn founded the Lap Robes for Veterans group. They started out as two members and grew to over 50 sewers. Their motto is “So many veterans, sew little time.” In the past 8 years the group has made and delivered over 3,000 lap robes to veterans who are participating in the Honor Flight Program. Volunteers meet the veterans at the airport when they are returning home from Washington, D.C., welcome them home and hand out the lap robes.https://www.facebook.com/LapRobesForVeterans?fref=ts
What started out as a creative way to help his parents in their retirement has turned into an international, award winning business. Alan Doan Co-founder along with his sister Sarah Galbraith of Missouri Star Quilt Company talks about the inception of the company in 2008 and how it's grown to where it is today, including the most recent honor. Alan and his sister Sarah were named as the National 2015 Small Business Persons of the year. The award is presented each spring as part of the U.S. Small Business Administration's National Small Business Week.
In addition to growing his business, Alan and host Kelly Scanlon discuss how Missouri Star Quilt Company is bringing life back to the town of Hamilton, the rural town of about 1500 in Northwest Missouri.
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6:15 Dr. Edward Bostic acquired his passion for quilt-making from a long line of family artisans, including his grandmother, great aunt, and two maternal aunts. Intrigued by the brilliant colors and geometrical applications of quilting, his interest in quilting was rekindled after 9/11.
7:15 Tem'Ti SaHu Ra & Quinton Morgan
The ending of a turbulent relationship became the catalyst for change that set Tem’Ti on his current path. At that low point, he sought to rebuild his health, self-esteem and identity by constructing a system of personal behavioral guidelines based on his experience and knowledge of best practices for self-nurturing, personal cultivation, purposeful growth & authentic selfactualization – simply put, a lifestyle solution!
As an Relationship Advocate, Quinton implements emotional and psychological approaches to support individuals overall well-being. Clients are continuously encouraged to be creative, and are reminded of their freedom of choice; they receive constructive feedback regularly within a safe and respective environment. This collaborative relationship reinforces clients self awareness, self responsibility, and commitment towards crafting their life design.
8- Join Minister Ed Ward for A Word From God as he discusses, "Can You Stand the Rain" Regardless of your status, wealth or health, the rains & storms of life will visit everyone. But the rain is not the problem, it's what we do & how we deal with it in the midst there of. There's only one name that can calm the storms of life, and His name is Jesus. So tune in tonight with Minister Ward, to discover more about how to stand during the rains of life.
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This broadcast will sure to be a wonderfully intriguing and honest conversation between sisters, friends and family. A conversation that’s usually had while at the hair stylist or between girlfriends getting together for some TLC. The decision surrounding whether a Black/African- American woman changes the texture of her hair is about much more than a hair style. It's a conscious decision to be free! Listen in on this discussion on Tuesday, April 21st at 7 pm. Any questions or comments can be shared on the Life Coach Radio Network Facebook page or emailed directly to Tamarra@Dare2doitnow.com
Denise Bennett is an HR Consultant, Adjunct Instructor and the owner of D. Antoinette Designs, a custom design jewelry business. She shed her chemically treated hair in 2001 and has never looked back! (DAntoinetteDesigns.com)
Monique Causley is an Asbestos Management consultant by day and licensed beautician by night. She helps women lift their self-esteem by expressing their inner beauty through the care of their hair. She has been “natural” since 2005.
Delores Crawford is a Tax Examiner for the State of New Jersey. She’s also a wife and mother of two beautiful boys. She’s been “natural” since 2003
Lisa Shepard Stewart is an author and owner of Cultured Expressions, a specialty company that promotes the use of authentic African textiles and embellishments in sewing, quilting and crafts. She embraced her natural hair in 2000. (www.CulturedExpressions.com).
Tamarra Causley Robinson is a Certified Professional Coach who helps professional women make career moves that matter (www.dare2doitnow.com). She’s been “natural” since 2009.
I've often wondered whyit is that, when I am going through something; it is in those timesthat I feel most creative? Is it possible that in those times a person becomes more aligned with his/her inner being?
We've all heard the expression "Reap What You Sew" right? But what does that "really" mean. Author Chris Boersma Smith joins me to discuss the connection between creativity and healing. As she shares the inspiration behind her newly release book "Reap As You Sew" on this episode of "Real Talk With Tammie".
In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace, our guest is Iya Nailah Sankofa owner of Tiwantiwa Abibiman Village and Artisans Collective which includes KA-ASO Afrikan/Adulawo Women's Textile Guild.
Excerpt from her website:
"KA-ASO Afrikan/Adulawo Women's Textile Guild is a social crafting club, network and studio program in which women of Afrikan ascent can come to hone their skills, refresh or learn new ones, network and study numerous techniques to create and adorn quality hand-crafted textiles from knitting, crochet, weaving, hooking and embroidery to tie-dye, batik, fabric painting, felting, beading, quilting, and more..."
TiwanTiwa Abibiman Village is one of the businesses in our OKOM Economic Development initiative.
Visit Iya Nailah's website at:
Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
Akwamu Nation in North America
Welcome to Episode 40 of the Launch Ladies Online Marketing Cafe podcast. This week's episode is dedicated to an interview Meredith did with Karen Dennison who is an SEO Ninja (who also teaches quilting online). Her website is keywordyourwaytotraffic.com In fact, it was her need to get attention for her quilting courses that led her to learn how to do SEO - now people are coming to her to find out how she is so successful in her own SEO and asking her do SEO for them!
Karen talks about the new Google Hummingbird update and the effect on search of mobile applications like Siri which are increasingly becoming the main way that people are searching - and how search is becoming more and more about answering people's questions.
We also introduce our new email and business systems automation platform especially designed for coaching businesses - 'Coaching Magic' by The Magic Marketing Machine - http://magicmarketingmachine.com - Think Infusionsoft but much more affordable! We are inviting people who are interested to sign up to be the first to be notified as soon as the platform is launched - check out the link above to see just how much it does!
After years of relentless striving and burn-out, and then some wake-up calls and deep spiritual work, Chris Smith stopped holding back her authentic self and focused on freeing others to be the unique work of art each was created to be. Chris has made over 125 quilts and works of textile art, including award winners and some that have raised tens of thousands for charity. Her new book, Reap As You Sew: Spirit at Work in Quiltmaking, contains stories and practical exercises showing quilting and spirituality working together for women of different faiths and creative styles. A former attorney, Chris is also a Holy-Spirit led coach who combines the best of Kaizen-Muse™ Creativity Coaching and Convergence™ Coaching. For those open to it, she helps women through emotionally healing heart work and life-changing spiritual cleansing. At an energetic 65, Chris embodies her belief that it's never too late to express your creative potential and fulfill your sacred calling.