Listen In To Lazy Girl Interview at

Lazies, I was interviewed for a Kaye Wood podcast recently and the interview is now available online if you’d like to give it a listen. A podcast is an audio taped program, formatted for downloading to an MP3 device such as an iPod.


Kaye’s daughter Terrye interviewed me. It was an adventure of sorts – at least for me. I’ve never done a podcast before. The podcast is about a half hour long.

The link for the podcast is in the middle of Kaye’s blog post where it says Listen In.

We discussed all sorts of Lazy things including how I create a design, name my Girls, and cut oversize pieces of fabric. We also chat a bit about my doggie bag shown here and why I created her.

Here’s my sleeping dog Honey, made into
a Katy Bags purse for my trip to Japan.

The podcast is also available as a free download at iTunes as well. And, there are quite a few quilty and crafty podcasts available there. To find more podcasts, do a search on iTunes for any of the words: quilt, craft, sew, sewing. To find more podcasts on the web, do the same search in your favorite search engine and add the word ‘podcast’. I’ve downloaded quite a few and have them ready to go on my iPod. I’ve been listening to them as I work in my studio.


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4 Responses to “Listen In To Lazy Girl Interview at”

  1. Penny — March 9, 2009 @ 9:56 am

    Very nice Joan! That bag is just the cutest! I very seldom see mine that that quiet looking! Thanks for sharing.

    Penny D in Chesapeake (well on my way to Cali!)

  2. Sherri/Missouri — March 9, 2009 @ 11:03 am

    Oh my gosh Joan:
    that is just the cutest!! You are one talented little lady!!!!!
    thanks for sharing all of your wonderful talent with us!!

    Big hugs,

  3. Jo Ann — March 10, 2009 @ 3:18 pm

    OMG! I can only imagine how many questions/comments you got on that adorable bag on your trip! It is fantabulous!

  4. Jo Ann — March 10, 2009 @ 9:36 pm

    Ok, finally got to listen to your interview and I loved it, in fact I listened to it twice. Very interesting, informative, and lots of laughs too. Thanks, Joan.