4/19/13

CGM Podcast Episode #47: Breathing in Spring

Listen to the episode HERE

Show Notes 


Life Update:
  • Yay! Spring has arrived here!
  • Sam is the "caring kid of the week" at school
  • Texas Trip and quilt shops visited
 WIPs and FOs:
  • King Spiderweb quilt - uh oh....anyone have some Good Fortune by Kate Spain fabric?
  • Color Affection shawl
  • I finished my Shana bell sleeve tunic! (see prior post for pics and a recap)
  • I do talk more about SisBoom Patterns in general
  • Working on a QAYG table runner from batik scraps and strips
Discussion of Las Colchas and Sears Modern Homes (kit homes from the early 20th century)




  
Classic Movie Review:


Book Reviews:

  

Heads in Beds by Jacob Tomsky


 Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

Thanks for listening!

CGM



5 comments:

  1. I have this movie and several other with Cary Grant. He was under appreciated. A couple other movies in same vein are Please Don't Eat the Daisies with David Niven & Doris Day, and George Washington Slept Here with Jack Benny. Another Cary Grant movie Bringing Up Baby has one of the best old homes and if I remember right had a dutch door in the kitchen - just a lovely home.
    Always enjoy your podcast

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  2. Hey Tanesha, I found a site that has Good Fortune in stock: http://www.southernfabric.com/search.asp?keyword=good+fortune&search.x=0&search.y=0 It is Katie's new sponsor.

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  3. Great episode, Tanesha! I love Mr. Blandings. It's one of our favourites and we watch it again, every so often. I LOVE the bit about the colours when she was telling the workers what colour to paint each room. I totally understand her explanations. But, the men were like , yeah, red, blue, yellow. Lol! Keep up the great posts, and remember, if you ain't eatin wham, you ain't eatin ham! It's a whale of a ham!

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  5. Try again. Tanesha, such a fun episode to listen to while quilting. There are many kits homes in Pasadena and I have been on a few home tours through them. I can imagine what a wonderful quilt shop one of these homes would make. PS - I really like the Elf quilt - it made me laugh. I wonder if the quilter hangs it up or just enjoys it.

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