Episode 46

1. MY CUP OF TEA (08:30)

Exotic Fruit infusion by Lov Organic.


Simplicity 2580, altered for maternity. I wrote a blog post about the alterations to this dress.

3. A BIT OF SEWING (13:24)


  • I finished the twin-size quilt for my daughter out of a Moda Jelly Roll – Prairie  by Cory Yoder.


  • I made two project bags.


  • I also reworked and finished a long-languishing tunic/dress for my daughter, the Granville Tunic by La Droguerie.


  • I mention the (birthday!) Layer Cake that I got of the Potting Shed collection, and the upcoming High Tea collection by Jera Brandvig. Shawna, Sarah and I have been chatting about a possible High Tea quiltalong in the Autumn. I would love for Jera to have a Craftsy class on her Quilt as you go technique.

4. A BIT OF KNITTING (33:56)

  • POP blanket by Tin Can Knits out of my handspun.
  • Korrigan cardigan by Solenn Couix-Loarer out of Rowan Baby Merino Silk DK
  • Matching hat from the Basic Baby Hat by Heather Tucker
  • Baby Tube Socks out of the last 10 grams of Bergère de France Goomy 50 (Imprimé Azur) from my Rose City Rollers. Check out my project notes for the pattern.
  • Cameo Shawl by Paulina Popiolek, out of Juno Fibre Arts Milly Singles in ‘Inkblot’ and Little French Meadow Marcilly Fingering in ‘Ants Spoiling the Picnic’.
  • I mention the Peacock Eyes Cardigan by Justyna Lorkowska and the Grace Cardigan by Jane Richmond.


5. HAPPY MAIL DAY (49:06)




Adelaide Cottage
Bakery Bears
Holland Handmade
Little Yellow Uke
Love Sock Wool
Stitched in Sweden
Yarnderwoman Podcast


Credits: Music: Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, mvt. 3 by Joseph Haydn, played by Mario Ajero.


3 thoughts on “Episode 46

  1. Susan stohlman says:

    I would love to follow you on Instagram. Best wishes for a wonderful birthing experience with your son. Retired now, I am a former labor and delivery nurse and childbirth educator.


  2. Katherine says:

    It is not possible for those of us without smart phones to follow on instagram 😦 I am able to view accounts that are not private, but without a phone (which is not affordable for me) you can’t follow an account or have an account yourself. So, all private accounts are inaccessible.


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