CraftyPod #100: In Which We Celebrate!

12 Sep 2009

 
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In this show:

- We celebrate CraftyPod's 100th episode! My partner Katin interviews me, asking questions provided by you.

- Conversation ranges from the ins and out of podcasting to the wider world of the craft community.

- And, I say Thank You.

Links:

- My thanks to everyone who submitted a question on this show:

Wendy Osborne (Please let me know if I can add your link!)
Kim Frazier
Harley Dee
Meg Moynahan
Dorothy Walker
Elise Bond
Alice Merlino
Rachel Hobson
Katie Vandeur
Michelle Jones
Kim Werker
Dawn Anderson

- If you'd like to see all the questions and answers that didn't fit in the podcast, they're right here .

- News on the big prize drawing for questioners is coming soon!

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Comments

Just listned to this show, as I'm doing some art journaling painting (vampire girl), and your K has a very nice voice too. Thanks to both of you for this show, it was a nice listen. I think you're doing a great job putting ideas out there, about crafty stuff, marketing, communitie and inspirational people. Yay you Diane and craftypod 100!


Thank you so much, Hanna. It was really fun to have K in a show, since he's been so instrumental in the whole project. So glad you liked it!


Congratulations on #100!


Congratulations on your 100th podcast, hope for many hundreds more!


Just got a chance to listen. Loved it! Congrats!


Thanks so much! XO


Thanks, Mimi! I loved having you on the show. You wrapped so many great ideas about blogging and community into our discussion of dolls.


I haven't, but I'll add it to my "development list." Thanks!


Congrats on your 100th episode of CraftyPod :)


Thanks so much, Jessica!


Congrats, congrats! I'm sorry I'm late with this. You know how much I love the podcast!
xo


Thanks, Chris! And you're not late at all - it just went up Saturday.


Enjoyed your 100th podcast. It was really interesting to hear your less formal side, being the interviewee and all.

While listening I was thinking about craftiness and environs and how where we live affects how (and when) we craft. We all hear about Portland as the hotbed of craft activity. I think it would be interesting to do a couple of shows on crafters influences. You know, do one where it's a popular, accessible crafting community like Portland, Brooklyn or Austin and then perhaps do another where crafting is more challenging due to the local climate. I'd love to hear about how others deal with the limitations in their environment, be it isolation, unresponsiveness (if crafting for the public) or availabililty of resources.

Keep up the good work. Really look forward to each podcast.


Wow, this is an interesting idea! I'll add it to my hopper and look
around for some possible interviewees. Thanks so much!


Great podcast!!! Now that I listen, I remember that I was concerned that I couldn't come up with a question for you ... but then I started typing and I couldn't stop coming up with questions. :) I guess I'm just an overachiever that way. Congratulations on you 100th podcast!


Thanks, Alice! Your questions were excellent.


Great podcast!!! Now that I listen, I remember that I was concerned that I couldn't come up with a question for you ... but then I started typing and I couldn't stop coming up with questions. :) I guess I'm just an overachiever that way. Congratulations on you 100th podcast!


Thanks, Alice! Your questions were excellent.


Thanks, Alice! Your questions were excellent.


Thanks, Alice! Your questions were excellent.


Thanks, Alice! Your questions were excellent.


sister diane have you ever had an episode on resin? how to use how to be unusual with it?


Happy 100! I love this podcast and the interview of you. And how you talk about ideas as the driving force- makes so much sense.


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