March FaveCrafts Radio Broadcast and Giveaway

FaveCrafts Radio is a monthly radio show hosted by Pat Sloan. Pat interviews your favorite craft experts and celebrities and they offer tips about and discuss some of their favorite projects on FaveCrafts Radio airs live on BlogTalkRadio on the first Wednesday afternoon of each month from 3 – 4:00 pm (ET) (2 pm Central, 1 pm Mountain, noon Pacific). Archived podcasts can be streamed directly from the website or downloaded for free through iTunes. Visit

On the March 2 episode of FaveCrafts Radio host Pat Sloan chats with:

Lorine Mason about her Soda Can Coasters Project and Soda Can Coasters Video and her Go Green Doggie Tote.

Lisa Fulmer about her Spring Table Runner, Lutradur, and an EXCLUSIVE FaveCrafts Radio Lutradur giveaway

Eileen Hull chats about her Everything Bag and the Sizzix machine she used to make it.

Sherry Lynn talks about her Positive Message Card and her Special Decorative Candle. Plus, Sherry Lynn talks about a special giveaway on HER blog, Creations from my heart.

Amy Ellis chats about her Quilted Bible Carrier.

To hear more about the guests and the projects, along with tips straight from the designer, tune in or listen to the archived podcast.

The Lutradur Giveaway courtesy of Lisa Fulmer and C&T Publishing: Leave a comment on THIS BLOG POST before Midnight Central Time on 3/31/2011. We will select two winners from those who comment and announce the winners on the April 6 FaveCrafts Radio Broadcast! Each winner will receive one package of Lutradur Mixed Media Sheets and Ultra-Light Lutradur. One comment per person please!

FaveCrafts Radio Host Pat Sloan is a frequent contributor to She also has a website, Blog –, Quilt Forum –, Facebook and twitter In 1998 Pat took her 6 quilt patterns to Houston to Maket and had her first booth to share her designs. From there she’s been published in all the quilt magazines, has over 20 books with Leisure Arts, and many fabric lines with P&B. Over the years, she’s taught around the country, hosted quilters cruises, and generally spread her joy of quilting to as many people as she can. All in all, Pat loves to motivate people to create. Pat also hosts a quilting radio show on


  1. Vidette Benn says

    I have seen Lisa Fulmer demo Lutradur. It’s an awesome tool for the craft room.

  2. Ann E. Ruthsdottir says

    Although I have read posts where people have used it, I have never even seen this material. Are you sure it is in Maine?

  3. Beverlee Mossman says

    Hi C&T Publishing and Lisa Fulmer are awesome would love the chance to win this and work with a awesome medium

    Thank You so much

  4. kathy c says

    I found my way over here from Pat Sloabn’s site and am delighted I did.
    Looking forward to learning more about Lutradur.

  5. Heather Rourke says

    I hear about Lutradur from my art quilts friends, (I’m a traditionalist). I’d love to try this product. I am a huge fan of C&T; in my rather large book collection, well over half of the books are from this publisher alone!

  6. Linda Illes says

    A new product for me to try sounds wonderful. I love sewing and crafting but don’t try too many new products. Thanks for the chance.

  7. Karen Campbell says

    Would love to win this. Have already feel in love with TAP so next I need to try this 🙂

  8. MarciaW says

    This is the first time I’ve checked out this blog. Hope can get the broadcast to work for me the next time. Thanks for the opportunity to try out a new product should I win.

  9. JB says

    I have only experimented a little with Lutradur and would love to have the opportunity to work with it further. It has great possibilities

  10. pat verbiest says

    wow! fantastic show. love to hear your next show. what better way to learn new crafts. can not wait to show off my made pop coasters with my summer time make it easy to make, from the radio show. Sure they will love to listen to your radio shows,too.
    thanks–radio craft show.

  11. Cath says

    Loved the ideas for green projects with the soda cans – never would have thought of that idea. Maybe a nice way to save some special artwork on a can you like. The dog food bag is cool, too, although I don’t have a dog either. But what a great resource for tote bag material. Love the check out line story. Too funny. Fascinated by this Lutradur fabric and the possibilities!

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