Mighty Lucky February Podcast: Season Evans

Season Evans on the Crafty Planner Podcast

Starting with my podcast with Krista Fleckenstein last month, I am hosting the designers of the Mighty Lucky Quilting Club as they challenge quilters to expand their skill set. Starting with specific topics, the Club uses guided instruction, inspirational pictures and detailed techniques to explore new concepts. This month, I am pleased to host Season Evans, who is teaching minimal improv quilting.

Season lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband and two children. Raised in southeastern Pennsylvania, she became interested in quilting after seeing the amazing work of the Amish quilters. After going to a small college in Pennsylvania, her interest in quilting turned into a creative outlet and she began making quilts.

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Her work has been in group and solo exhibitions along with in the Quilt Con 2015 magazine. For our podcast, we talk about her favorite fabrics, how she designs her quilts and where she finds inspiration. I hope you enjoy the episode.

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Notes from the Show:

Mighty Lucky Quilting Club

Sherri Lynn Wood (and my podcast with her)

Jacqui Gering

Kim Werker (her book Mighty Ugly)

Quilt Local by Heather Jones

Follow Season on Social Media:

Season’s Website

Season’s Instagram Account

Season’s Twitter Account


This episode is sponsored by Fat Quarter Shop! You can find both Kona Cotton Bone and Essex Linen Ivory there.

For more information about the Mighty Lucky Quilting Club, check out this webpage.

*graphic photo credit to Mikael Kennedy.

Comments 1

  1. I really enjoyed this episode. Season is such a calm and down to earth person. Talking about improv with her gives me hope I can find my place in the process. Thank you for this episode!

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