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Podcast #2 - Não sabes o que é pé de galo?

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Antes de mais nada, quero dizer que este post foi agendado, a minha mamã faz anos hoje e vamos passar o dia por terras de Andaluzia. Aproveito claro está, para visitar a loja de tecidos Galerias Madrid, onde tenho encontrado várias tecidos (que se tornaram favoritos). 

Para quem perdeu o primeiro episódio do podcast, e estiver interessado em fazê-lo, por favor clicar aqui. Desta vez custou-me um bocadinho gravar o podcast devido à minha garganta inflamada - e ainda muito bem achei eu que correu! Mais uma vez, partilho os links que coloquei no video, ou para páginas/produtos que tenha mencionado. 

Links:
Blog Conversas de Hermanas
Blog Made by Sara
Blog Pequeno Mundo a 3+1
Molde M is for Moto Joggers de Hatchlings Patterns
Blog e Apelo No Mundo da Tatas
Blog Uma Pausa para Tricotar e Crochetar

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Before anything else, I'd like to say this post has been previously scheduled because it is my mom's birthday today and we are spending the day in Spain to surprise her. Of course, I'll get the chance to visit the fabric shop Galerias Madrid as well

If you haven't noticed there was a podcast around from me (portuguese only - sorry) I shared it first here, this is episode number two and it's much shorter due to my sore throat. Again, I am sharing the links to things I mention in the postcast. 

Links:
Blog Conversas de Hermanas
Blog Made by Sara
Blog Pequeno Mundo a 3+1
M is for Moto Joggers Pattern by Hatchlings Patterns
Blog & charity call No Mundo da Tatas
Blog Uma Pausa para Tricotar e Crochetar

Comments

  1. Os esquemas para as manta são tão eu !! Usas a webcam para filmar? Nota-se menos qualidade de imagem neste video. Esse tour de brinquedos veio mesmo a calhar ;o) Desejosa de ver o que reservas para a roupa mãe e filha e o que andas a magicar nesse molde mistério. As melhoras querida, por cá também ainda não estamos todos a 100%, o André não há meio de melhorar da respiração. Beijinho e felicidades para a tua mamã

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  2. Gostei muito deste segundo podcast e que boas notícias!! Estou cheia de curiosidade para ver o teu molde ;-)

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    1. Obrigado Maria. Fico feliz!
      Não estou a apontar ainda data para o "lançar", quero trabalhar nele com calma, e tempo. Mas vou tentar que seja antes do fim do ano...LOL

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  3. O livro so podia ser para ti... Queen of refashion! :-) Continua com estes podcasts, adoro ver!

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    1. ahahah vocês fazem-me sempre rir com o título que me atribuíram! o podcast #3 está atrasado, os miúdos estiveram doentes e não havia muito para dizer.

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