Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Quilted Cupcake Podcast 45 Show Notes

Episode 45 of the Quilted Cupcake Podcast is up.  It features part 2 of my Etsy Tips & Tricks discussion.   Be sure to check out my free e-book if you haven't yet!   See end of this post for more links from this episode.

Episode 45 also includes projects underway, and recently finished projects.

Here are some of the vintage-inspired pillowcases I made for my Etsy shop.  I love how they mix and match so well!  I'm also enjoying playing with my vintage linens again.

Here's my current favorite - it's going to hard to part with this lovely blue pillowcase - it's right at home on my quilt, don't you think?

I had fun taking pics of these - thought this was kind of a neat shot:

Links from Episode 45:

Everyday Crochet: Wearable Designs Just for You:  I'm making the Mei-Mei jacket shown on the cover.  Check Ravelry if you get stuck on the pattern (like I did, a million times!)

HandmadeTop10- a neat site that features voting on your favorite Etsy items

New Book:


Heather Ozee said...

Oh I love those Pillowcases. There's something special about details like that... laying your head on something made with love :)

Kari said...

hey i just found your podcast, and really love it! im busy catching up now :)

Bella @ Bella before and after said...

Very pretty pillowcases, I adore the vintage blue, just precious. I need to check out this podcast you are talking about, I have no idea what it is, lol. So I am following your facebook, and twitter, so I can stay up to date, he he.

I'd also LOVE to invite you to check out my weekly parties. I would be so happy if you linked up, this and any other fabulous project you are working on.
Stop by anytime to say hello!!!
Hugs, Bella :)
**AMAZE ME AUGUST** @ Bella Before and After Any projects, recipes, diy welcome.
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The Autocrat: Haley said...

Oh those look fabulous!! Love em!

LisaAnn said...

Your crocheted edging is gorgeous! You should sell it by the yard.