Check out Me Being Crafty Podcast and Listen to My Interview

Hey guys, have you heard of this great new creative podcast? It’s called Me Being Crafty and it’s hosted by Tsoniki Crazy Bull. When Tsoniki reached out to me and invited me to be on the show, I immediately listened to all the past episodes to get a feel for her audience and presentation style. After just a few minutes of listening, I quickly said yes!

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Tsoniki encourages you to find your creativity every day, no matter what you do. She interviews fun people like quilters, sewists, lifestyle bloggers, and all sorts of creative folks. On the podcast, Tsoniki shares her passion for creativity along with snippets of her life as a mom and military wife currently living in France, along with a touch of her Native American culture.

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Click here to listen to my interview. There’s a player at the top of the page. Just click play to listen on your computer.

You can also subscribe to the podcast via Itunes or Stitcher.

Me Being CraftyTsoniki and I chatted about modern quilting, the importance of quality tools, why I love teaching, and a little bit about my journey as a quilter.

She publishes podcasts twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with one guest per episode. Each podcast runs about 20-30 minutes. They are fun to listen to while sewing!

Click here for my publicity page to check out my other interviews and features. πŸ™‚

 

 

2 thoughts on “Check out Me Being Crafty Podcast and Listen to My Interview

  1. Sharon - IN says:

    What a great interview! I wonder if I was a ‘modern’ quilter 25 years ago? You know, changing the way things were? When I started quilting back then and would go to the local quilt shop to buy pretty fabric for the quilt back, the owner would just shake her head at such a strange idea. She thought muslin was all one needed for a quilt back! My! How times have changed!

    Merry Christmas, Christa!

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