MS episode 119:: Cheryl Arkison

cheryl arkison podcast episode 119Cheryl Arkison is someone I could chat with all day long about sewing, quilting, fabric, family, and how I love warm weather and she loves cold weather. She just inspires me to look at my process and think about it in a new way. We chat about her new fabric line with Connecting Threads called Tag. She also shares why she thinks her time in the morning being creative helps her to stay creative even when she may want to take a break. I need to adopt her process in some way because I think it would help me to stay in the creative zone. I tend to stray sometimes and getting back on track can be difficult. I wanted to know all about her process of sorting scraps. We really just had a great chat and I can’t wait for you to listen. Cheryl always has some great tips and advice. Click on the link to listen.

Cheryl Arkison

Cheryl’s new fabric range, Tag

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Cheryl’s morning routine we chatted about (create before consume)

Cheryl Arkison on YouTube (it is so so so awesome! I can’t wait to see more)

Go take a class with Cheryl

Cheryl’s Craftsy Class and patterns

Cheryl’s CreativeLive Classes

Connie Christine’s class on illustrator that Cheryl mentioned

Flashback:: Cheryl on the Modern Sewciety podcast – episode 048 and episode 066


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  1. Hi Stephanie, really enjoy your podcast. You bring a positive and encouraging energy to all us, your listeners. And i trully appreciate it.
    However, I have to say though i was very put-off by your latest interview. I live in Seattle and graffitti is becoming a serious problem that contributes to destruction of property, excessive espenses to propety owners and the city. I was distressed by this designer who elevated graffitti as an legitimate and innocuous form of art. I’ll concede the creativity/talent needed to draw elaborate designs warrants admiration but it looses legitimacy when it crosses to the crimminal side.

    Thank you and again, i really appreciate and enjoy your Podcast.
    Liz (Seattle)

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