Enjoy Episode 8 of the Craft Leftovers Podcast! Sherri Lynn Wood talk online community building during the pandemic and quilting and how craft brings people together to heal fabric, themselves, and each other. Contributor to Mend it Better, Sherri Lynn Wood has been BUSY in the last decade. Visiting her portfolio, I knew we would just be scratching the surface of her passionate, creative life. Grab a cup of tea and your mending basket and settle in.
You have to make space for doing nothing.Sherri Lynn Wood
- Tea feature: Mint Tonic + Top o’ the Morning
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- Mend it Better (signed copy / digital edition)
- Mending on the Go Zine
- See the whole Craft Leftovers Podcast Series
- Intro/Outro music credit: Coma-Media
Sherri Lynn Wood
Project and things we mention during the interview you should definitely check out.
July 24 | 9am – 10am | Making the Perfect Iced Tea by the Cup & Gallon at Cook’s Emporium
7/30/22 | 10am – 4pm | Summer Sidewalk Sale in Downtown Ames — Open studio and pattern/yarn sale!
9/17/22 | 10am – 1pm | Mending Workshop & Demo at the Ames Public Library (more info coming soon)
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Until Next Time!
Kristin M Roach