NOTE: This is a repost of the Aug. 4, 2019 show. Due to a file uploading error, some podcast apps did not pick up the podcast. Here’s hoping this repost fixes things. Sorry for the hassle. Gary
Our guest this week is Deb Jochim, owner and editor of Punch Needle & Primitive Stitcher magazine. This week’s show is sponsored by The Attic Needlework shop in Mesa, AZ, where samplers rule. Our conversation with Deb explored how the magazine got started, what Deb is doing with it today, Deb’s stitching and design work, and Vonna’s finishing contributions. It’s a good look behind-the-scenes of a terrific magazine created by a talented needleworker. We hope you enjoy the show.–Gary and Vonna
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We hope you enjoy this week’s conversation with Deb Jochim. We’re always looking for guests, so let us know if there is someone you’d like us to have on the show.–Gary
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