Mother, knitter, spinner, writer, wife, weaver, host...not necessarily in that order...

10 Responses

  1. Vanessa says:

    Thanks for the giveaway, Heather. I can’t see a photo of the prize, though. Is anyone else having this problem on Chrome?

    • Heather says:

      Weird. Haven’t heard… it’s a picture/link to Amazon so your browser might think it’s an ad if you have an active ad blocker…?

  2. Andrea says:

    Hi Heather, I’m still about a Year behind on the podcast, but already getting worried about what I’ll listen to on my drive to work when I’ve caught up ;-). Wishing you all the best for the holidays, and thanks for the wonderful podcast! Andrea

  3. fun4Tracey says:

    I am really loving the Jane Eyre podcasts!
    Thanks for featuring quilting as part of the CRAFT for this episode. I don’t have a blog myself, but one of my fave quilting blogs is alittlegrey.blogspot.com

    Happy Holidays, Heather!

  4. Caryn says:

    I would love to win this book! I consider myself a modern quilter (and spinner and knitter) inspired by traditional styles but reinterpreted with modern fabrics and colors. I’ve seen this book before and it is so beautiful and inspiring! I don’t have a quilt blog, but my favorite is Crazy Mom Quilts at crazymomquilts.blogspot.com. I don’t have any kids but with a full time job I can identify with how busy she must be, but she turns out some awesome stuff! Keep up the amazing podcast Heather!

  5. Mary says:

    I’ve been meaning to comment, but never got around to it. Finally, your surprise that quilters listen did it. That prompted this comment. I sew and quilt while listening to the podcast. I found it about the time you were doing Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. Recently the Jane Eyre movie with Orson Wells was on tv. I watched it, and was surprised to see a young Elizabeth Taylor as Jane’s friend, Helen. I really enjoy the podcast. I’ve read a lot of the books you are doing, but your insight is so interesting. As for the noise of the sewing machine interrupting the podcast—-I just turn up the sound.

    I would love to win the Denyse Schmidt book. I have admired her work. Thank you for keeping the podcasts free.
    Mary Hall
    Eureka, California

  6. christina says:

    Perhaps I’m the one doing something wrong, but the audible link doesn’t seem to work. I have tried audiblepodcast.com/craftlit with and without the www in Chrome, Firefox, and Explorer, and accessed by clicking on the button above, and the page throws an error.

    If this is just me, please say so. If not, it seemed like you would wish to know.

    Blessed holidays to you, Heather!

    • Heather says:

      If that keeps happening call them and tell them that you’re trying to use the podcast trial via CraftLit–they have records and will credit me and credit you. They have some of the best customer service I’ve ever encountered. Ever.
      Makes me proud to have them as a sponsor.