11/19/13

CGM Podcast Episode #57: Festival Recap Part 2

Listen to the episode here


Show Notes 

Life Update:

  • Rainbow Loom craze: a little too much squeeze
  • Thanksgiving Weekend: we're going to see Annie on Broadway! 
F.O.'s and WIPs:
  • I finished the In Threes Cardigan for Sam! (blog post to come once it's blocked and photographed)
  •  Not much other sewing or knitting...but my new Juki 2010Q arrived, so stay tuned for a playtime update next episode
 International Quilt Festival  - class and the quilts
  • Cherry Blossoms class w/Noriko Endo
  • Special Exhibit: "What's For Dinner?"
 













  • Special Exhibit: Hazel's Legacy

 
 Pickle Dish by Hazel Canny

 
Celtic Roses by Hazel Canny


Baltimore Bride by Hazel Canny




Classic Movie:


Book Review:
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion


Thanks for listening!

CGM



















8 comments:

  1. I bet that class was wonderful! Her work is beautiful and I have a picture of one of her pieces on my phone. I fell in love with it at a show last year.
    I'm so glad you got to go and had such a great time. Happy belated birthday! :)

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  2. Btw, i agree with your thinking on that exhibit. What an interesting concept!

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  3. If you happen to be lucky enough to have gotten an Aurifil 12 thread assortment pack, the plastic organizer the thread works well as an organizer for the Rainbow Loom bands, too. My daughter hasn't gotten into that yet, though, but I have one ready!

    I was also a fan of ribbon braided barrettes (especially with the long tails with beads on the end that would whack you in the face when you turned your head quickly), and the friendship bracelets made out of knotted embroidery floss, AND had a massive sticker collection which I passed on to my niece about 8 years ago.

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  5. When you talked about your Lisa Frank stickers, I suddenly remembered that in middle school, I had a very small collection of those. We rarely spent money on such things and I only hand a small number of them. My mom let me buy a sticker collection book at a book fair, and the back page was "for trading" I loved that little book so much. When you mentioned your relative that gave you boxes of the stuff, I had a tiny stab of juvenile jealousy.. (ok bigger than tiny) and thought to myself, "Grow up lady!" haha. Seriously, though, thanks for bringing back memories of childhood when the biggest thing we had to worry about was acquiring pretty things. It was a nice trip down memory lane.. now I think I shall go design something with rainbow unicorns!

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  6. Also, as a long time Annie lover and someone who has grown up in the cultural toilet of the south (no good shoes come here) I hope baby girl thoroughly enjoys the show! I am so excited for you! Please share a pic of you two and let us know how she likes the show.

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  7. Thanks for your comments and pictures of Quilt Festival. It's on my quilty bucket list - some day I will get there. Thanks for the pictures of "What's for Dinner?" What a fabulous collection quilts! Thanks, too, for the book review of "The Rosie Project." That does sound like a good read. A movie I very much enjoy with a similar theme is "Mary and Max". It's a clamation film and 8 year girl in Australia who picks a random name out of a New York phone book and starts a pen pal correspondence with Max, an adult with Aspergers syndrome dealing with life in the city. It's sweet and funny and sad and is one of my favorite movies (although it is not that old). It's probably a little too much kids the age of yours, but I think you might like it.

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  8. OMG those place mats ARE awesome! And pickle dish and Baltimore Bride are jaw dropping. Beautiful work!

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