The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 3: Episode 07 – A Latch Hook Haircut, Perler Bead Bliss, and Serious Shade from Crafts of the Past

In the Very Serious Crafts Podcast, season 3, episode 7, Heidi gardens, Mollie matches colors, and Haley stumbles upon a lace murder.

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 3: Episode 07 – A Latch Hook Haircut, Perler Bead Bliss, and Serious Shade from Crafts of the Past
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The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 3: Episode 07 – A Latch Hook Haircut, Perler Bead Bliss, and Serious Shade from Crafts of the Past

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 3: Episode 7 – A Latch Hook Haircut, Perler Bead Bliss, and Serious Shade from Crafts of the Past

In season 3, episode 7 of the Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Heidi plants a garden, Mollie creates some much-needed color matching content, and Haley accidentally stumbles upon a lace murder.

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The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 3: Episode 07 – A Latch Hook Haircut, Perler Bead Bliss, and Serious Shade from Crafts of the Past

S3E7 Show Notes:

Here’s a roundup of the resources, patterns, and projects mentioned in this episode:

Advice from Live Alone and Like It, by Marjorie Hillis (1936)

♥ Marjorie Hillis bio: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marjorie_Hillis

♥ The book where Haley Learned about Marjorie: The Extra Woman, by Joanna Scutts: https://wwnorton.com/books/9781631492730

♥ Live Alone and Like It on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6387684-live-alone-and-like-it

♥ Haley’s actual book:

Murder plots and lace starch drama from The Lace Book, by N. Hudson Moore (1904)

♥ Where you could hunt down a copy for yourself: https://www.biblio.com/the-lace-book-by-moore-n-hudson/work/790133

♥ Ann Turner (yellow starch inventor, lady-in-waiting, madam, and murderer) bio: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Turner_(murderer)

♥ Haley’s copy of the book:

♥ A look inside the book on Haley’s Instagram stories (tap forward a few posts to get to the book): https://www.instagram.com/s/aGlnaGxpZ2h0OjE3ODgyODgxNDg2MjM5NDAx?igshid=13ctk0mwnzdha&story_media_id=2149665356516841569

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By Haley Pierson-Cox

Haley Pierson-Cox writes the craft blog https://www.redhandledscissors.com/. She's a knitter, sewer, maker, cross-stitcher, lover of cats, purveyor of quirk, an author of cross-stitch books, and avid swearing enthusiast! (But not on this podcast!) She's also sometimes an irritable cartoon called Tiny Cranky Haley.

1 reply on “The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 3: Episode 07 – A Latch Hook Haircut, Perler Bead Bliss, and Serious Shade from Crafts of the Past”

Just listened to Season 3 Ep 7: Loved it as all of them but wanted to let you know that I rewound (is that right for digital ?- sounds weird) to Heidi talk about gardening a couple of times because I really wanted to remember it. Wrote this on a post it. “It’s interesting what happens when you just start working on what you want to work on instead of I SHOULD xyz & lmnop”
You guys are the best.

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