This week my podcast guest is Michele Muska, the marketing and communications director for Simplicity Creative Group and author of “Quilting the New Classics: 20 Inspired Quilt Projects, Traditional to Modern Designs.”
If you attend national quilt and craft trade shows, chances are good that you’ve run into Michele. She is a craft industry insider with a generous spirit who gets a real kick out of connecting other creatives with the people who can make big things happen. Click here to see Michele standing in front of the fun yo-yo quilt that she designed for her book. (She loves yo-yos.)
And we didn’t just talk about crafting. Michele shared a bit about her experience raising two sons and the story behind her first book. So settle in with a cup of tea and have a listen to her story. For more information, you can check out her blog here.
I discovered ACS when I was looking for a local source for flour sack tea towels to use for my printmaking and embroidery projects. I’m happy to be supporting a West Michigan-based company with my business and ACS is graciously sponsoring the CraftSanity Podcast.
Local West Michigan listeners can shop ACS products at the Red Door, 6837 Lake Michigan Dr, in Allendale Charter Township. It’s the ACS outlet and also a pickup location for locals who want to order flour sack tea towels and other goods and skip the shipping costs. Visit Red door for a variety of tea towels and other home goods.
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