The Off-Kilter Quilt

A weekly podcast about all things quilty

Special Episode: An Interview with Marie Bostwick and Deb Tucker!

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I'm so excited to have had the opportunity to talk with novelist Marie Bostwick about the adaptation of her novel The Second Sister for a Hallmark Hall of Fame Movie. Be sure to watch "Christmas Everlasting" on Saturday night at 8PM. In the meantime, go over to the Off-Kilter Quilt home page to RSVP to Marie's watch party and enter our book bundle giveaway!

Episode 231: Still Quilting (Will it ever end?)

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I'm still hard at work quilting my Crown of Thorns quilt. For more info and pix, head over to

Episode 230: Everybody Quilt!

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Episode 229: Ready for Fall (Right After This Hurricane)

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I'm making quilts in the middle of a hurricane! For pix, go to

Episode 228: And We’re Back!

I'm back with talk about quilts, travels and Travis! For pix, go to!

Episode 227: The Ocracoke Edition

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Greetings from Ocracoke Island (plus a little from Durham, NC)! For links, head over to

Special Announcement: The Quiltfiction Podcast has Dropped!

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The Quiltfiction podcast is up and running, and if you go here-- --you can listen to the first three chapters of Friendship Album, 1933. Go listen! Tell me what you think!


Episode 226: Happy Podcastiversary!

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It's been eight years since I started this thing--can you believe it? Leave a comment over on the Off-Kilter Quilt site to be entered into a giveaway!

Episode 225: Done, Almost Done, Just Beginning

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I've got quilt projects at all stages of the game! Check out the pix at!

Episode 224: O Spring, Where Art Thou?

Baby, it's cold outside, but there are quilts inside, so we're okay!

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