Audiobooks and Podcasts

“Stitch Please” (podcast guest)

You might remember from previous posts such as “Paper Pieced Pincushion” that I am not a huge fan of Foundation Paper Piecing (FPP).

Recently Lisa Woolfork the curator of Black Women Stitch, invited me to comment on my feelings about FPP on her podcast – The Stitch Please Podcast.

If you would like to hear my thoughts on FPP you can listen to them on the latest episode: Paper Piecing: Perfection OR Persecution?

You can find the podcast episode on wherever you get your podcasts (like Apple podcasts) or listen to it on Google podcasts – https://stitchpleasepodcast.com/episodes/paper-piecing-perfection-or-persecution

image credit: the Stitch Please podcast

If you do not want to listen to the entire podcast, you can catch a snippet of what I had to say on a blurb from the podcast episode on my Instagram feed – @tierneycreates.

image credit: screen capture from IG, from Lisa Woolfork

Thanks to Shirley @handmade habit for introducing me to Lisa!

9 thoughts on ““Stitch Please” (podcast guest)”

  1. What fun to hear your voice! I like your idea of hell a lot better than mine. In mine you have to sort a never ending pile of black socks that are all just slightly different…

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  2. I loved hearing your voice and feelings about FPP!!! And Mike, precious. You can tell he was ashamed and knew he was wrong. How can you get mad at that! At lease you got your correct Latte and Mike got your sandwich. It was a win win.:)

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