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    Podcasts

    There are a ton of quilt related podcasts out there, I have found a few that are really good. Anyone else listen to podcasts? My favorite is Sew Stitch Create and The Scienctific Quilter
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    never have tried them, but am subscribing right now on Itunes. Thanks for the heads up.
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    This is my current list of PODCAST mostly quilting ....
    come and have fun with us

    I direct download but you can also get the podcast via iTunes... just put the name in the search engine....

    Nonnie


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    The various podcasters' websites are displayed below. Use these links to go to the podcasting blogs, or discover a new quilting/podcasting (Quiltcast) blog. The most active podcasters are at the top, but all the podcasters would appreciate your support.

    Quilting for the Rest of Us http://www.quiltingfortherestofus.com *

    Off-Kilter Quilt http://offkilterquilt.podbean.com *

    Hip to be a Square http://www.hiptobeasquarepodcast.com/ *

    Creative Talk Radio http://www.creativetalknetwork.com/

    Annie Smith's Quilting Stash http://simplearts.com/blogs/ *

    Scientific Quilter Podcast http://scientificquilter.wordpress.com *


    Quilted Cupcake Podcast http://quiltedcupcake.blogspot.com *

    Stash Resolution http://stashresolution.blogspot.com





    Green Stitch http://greenstitchblog.blogspot.com

    Nonnie's Quilting Dreams http://nonniesquiltingdreams.podbean.com/

    Katie's Quilting Corner http://www.katiesquiltingcorner.com/ *

    History Quilter http://www.historyquilter.com *

    Crafty Garden Mom http://craftygardenmom.blogspot.com/ *

    http://quilterinthegap.podomatic.com *
    QUILTER IN THE GAP on Pod0Matic



    Peace Brook Quilting http://www.peacebrookquilting.com/ *

    Quilting Daydreams http://quiltingdaydreams.podbean.com/ *

    Pioneer Quilter Podcast http://pioneerquilter.com *

    Quilt Cabana Corner Podcast http://quiltcabanapatterns.com/blog

    Quilting Pot with AJ *
    http://thequiltingpot.podbean.com/

    http://qusew.blogspot.com/
    Qu-Sew podcast link *

    http://quiltingthedayaway.blogspot.com/
    her blog QUILTING THE DAY AWAY

    http://thequiltingpot.podbean.com/
    QUILTING POT PODCAST


    http://iknitnquilt2.blogspot.com/


    VERY LAZY DAISY **

    NEW ----http://ldq.outlandishthreads.com

    http://verylazydaisy.blogspot.com


    Toginet
    Pat Sloan: American Quilting
    http://toginet.com/shows/americanpat...dquiltingradio

    SEAMED- UP can be only downloaded on iTunes as far as I know

    http://www.seamedup.com/home
    Seamed up


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    Jackie's Quilting Chronicles Podcast http://cvquiltworks.blogspot.com/

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    Thank you, bunniequilter andNONNIE-Qdms, this is a whole new area for me.

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    What exactly are podcasts? Do you listen to them on your computer or what? I have never heard of them before. Any help would really help. Thanks.
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    A whole new area for me too! Can't wait to try it.
    Linda

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    Will watch for answers to these questions.
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    WOW..I never thought of podcasts..I will have to look into them..I used to listen to a bunch related to education when I was in that field

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    Thanks for sharing! I will be subscribing to these.

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    SORRY it has taken me so long to respond.....


    POD-CASTS are just quilters talking about what they are up to... kind of modern radio quilt show about quilting...

    You can download to your computer and listen from there or load to a MP3 player


    I had provided the links to direct downloads and blogs ...
    find the icon for the podcast

    right click on the icon ... save it into a folder in your music folder in the library

    select ... SAVE TO TARGET or SAVE TO LINK .... ( YOUR BROWSER will use one or the other )

    Once loaded to your folder ... right click on the file and you can them play in WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYERS
    then enjoy

    HOPE this helps


    NONNIE

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    I UPDATED my list of podcast on my blog ... it is current for those that want to find out who is currently podcasting

    http://nonniequiltingdreams.wordpres...podcast-links/
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    http://nonniequiltingdreams.wordpres...podcast-links/

    Have fun
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    Do you have to download anything special to pick it up?....Like to listen to music you might use Pandora (as an example) I have never listened to a podcast so I have no clue here but will keep up with this thread so I can learn. Thank you ever so much.

    Ladibug

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    Oh, I hope it is not a radio version of blogs.........I,I,I,me,me,me! I like to listen to talk radio on the AM dial only if informative...which seem to be less and less....will try the podcast and "see" what I hear.....

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    Just found new podcast by Mary and Marianne Fons called Quilt Your Heart Out. Link here: http://quiltyourheartout.com/

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    There is also Alex Anderson podcasts.
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    Ok, I never did look into these podcasts......to those who have, what do you think of them? I really can't understand what can be learned from them....tell those of us who have not!

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    I never thought about quilting podcasts. I'll have to take a look (listen). I tend to prefer to read than to listen, but I can't really read while I'm in the car or in the shower. (I've tried the latter, didn't work out too well)

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    All the quilt ones I have listened to rehash 'how to' or promote a guest's new quilt book or pattern and worse promote the host themselves. I haven't listened to the newer ones.
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    NONNIE-Qdms
    this is a great list.
    I didn't even know this was an option.
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    I still listen to Pam out in podcast land. Her podcast is Hip to Be A Square. She's quite prolific with her quiltmaking. It's interesting to hear what she's working on, sonetimes she has a recipe or a book review, and usually has some other interesting tidbits. Several other ones like Alex Anderson's and Within A Quarter Inch haven't had any new podcasts in a long time.
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    I love podcasts and listen to them while piecing. Sometimes I learn about a new product, an easier way to do something, etc. I could never sew while watching TV or a program on the computer.

    I also listen to Dave Ramsey and have learned so much about handling money. I wish he was around when I was much younger. I would have been more knowledgeable about investing and other financial matters.

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    Thanks so much for all the links!
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