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I was moved to leave words here and to tell you the names of my cats, dogs or guinea pigs. Hmm.. I don’t keep animals, but I have two kids, does that count? 🤔 I won’t tell you their names, but youngest son’s first name means “as strong as a bear,” and my oldest son’s middle name means “as strong as a boar.” (He was named after my father.) Thought you might find that entertaining. Also, this podcast has inspired me to embrace my failings (I did miss the Train of Shame on the latest episode, by the way! I’d be cool with renaming it the Real People Train, though - no shame, sh... life happens). And you lovely serious crafters have inspired me to appliqué a Mandalorian-inspired curtain for my son’s lower bunk (unfinished, of course) and to dabble in alllll the crafts without expecting myself to become an expert at every one of them. Pretty good for a podcast about crafts that are often not taken seriously by society!
UeberHilde via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 03/01/21
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I made my first knitted project from a Hands Occupied post. I’ve been following Heidi ever since. I listen to the podcast diligently and enjoy the intelligent and fun conversational tone. I get ideas and have learned a lot about crafts I’d never heard of. Keep up the good work!
RRSue via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/22/19
I have just recently discovered this podcast and love the presenters and the variety of discussion topics. Thank you Haley and Mollie!
GeekChicNic via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/28/22
Absolutely fantastic podcast! I love how relatable the girls are & their banter. I listen to this driving to work, when I’m doing housework or doing my own craft & often find myself laughing out aloud, 11/10 have recommended to all of my crafting buddies
paige hatton via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/22/19
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