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Welcome to the American Patchwork & Quilting podcast, a podcast aimed at making your quilting life more fun and creative, while connecting with quilters just like you. Join the staff of the magazines you love for a great episode filled with tips and tricks. Enjoy! Visit www.allpeoplequilt.com/podcast to see our complete podcast archives!
 
Every quilt has a story to tell. Tracy, Lori and Ginger from Quilting Daily cover the full spectrum of experience, from a third-generation quilter to a practicing novice, and pull inspiration from their distinct backgrounds. Each episode features a patchwork of in-depth conversations and engaging stories that appeal to quilters of all skill levels and all quilting genres.
 
Leah Day presents this fun, informative quilting podcast about life, making quilts, and running a creative craft business. Leah shares interviews with creative business owners and stories from her own journey as a blogger, machine quilter, and crafty entrepreneur. Find the episode show notes and more information about each episode at LeahDay.com
 
Conversations with quilters, designers, tool-makers, all kinds of people connected to the quilting industry. Hobby quilters, famous quilters, and everyone in between. A research podcast from Tulane Law School hosted by Elizabeth Townsend Gard. Yes, some talk about copyright and intellectual property law too and how it connects to quilting.
 
Join us as the Connecting Threads team explores all things quilting. Each season the Connecting Threads host will embark on an adventure of fabrics, threads, and everything quilting. From behind the scenes stories to our favorite tips and tricks, listen in as we chat about our passion for sewing. More information available at our website: ConnectingThreads.com.
 
As a modern quilter and founder of the Great British Quilter Challenge on Instagram, Sarah Ashford has spent the last 3 years galvanising and championing British quilters and the quilting industry. In this series, Sarah speaks to British quilt designers, fabric companies and shop owners, to share behind the scenes stories and to discuss what it means to be a part of the British quilting community today. Guests also share their top tips for quilting and social media, which we know you're goin ...
 
Mel Giedroyc is quilting. No really, she’s making a quilt. Each week on this brand new podcast follow along as Mel Giedroyc and her presenter pal Andy Bush add to their patchwork quilt with new squares of material donated by friends, famous types and most importantly the listeners! They’ll find out the stories behind the fabrics, develop their sewing skills and naturally, have a big old chat. And a cup of tea. And probably some biscuits. A Somethin' Else production. See acast.com/privacy for ...
 
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Bloody Mary Quilt Society

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Bloody Mary Quilt Society

Dr. Kristi Williams Dumas & Dr. Melissa J. Keaton

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A dentist and psychologist in rural Appalachia telling stories over their favorite drink. The stories routinely challenge listeners to reflect on ways culture, socialization, and traditions have shaped our lives and the key roles they will play in our future. Two women of very distinct and different cultures who find more similarities than differences with themselves and guests of the podcast.
 
The Quilting Life on the Written Page, as read to you by award-winning author Frances O'Roark Dowell (Birds in the Air, Margaret Goes Modern, Dovey Coe, Shooting the Moon). In Season One, Friendship Album, 1933, tells a heart-warming story of strangers brought together by quilting and made into family. In Season Two, Dowell reads Aunt Jane of Kentucky by Eliza Calvert Hall. First published in 1907 and set in rural western Kentucky in the late nineteenth century, the book recounts an elderly ...
 
The official podcast of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black lives matter. Stitch Please centers Black women, girls, and femmes in sewing. Weekly discussions, interviews, tips, and techniques celebrate and contextualize Black creativity.
 
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A Quilting Life Podcast

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A Quilting Life Podcast

Sherri McConnell & Chelsi Stratton

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Discussions on quilting, fabric, inspiration, creativity and more. Hosted by mother and daughter Moda fabric designers Sherri McConnell and Chelsi Stratton, A Quilting Life Podcast with Sherri & Chelsi is a series of light-hearted and informative conversations that provide the listener with quilting industry news, quilting tips, and creative inspiration.
 
With Quiltwiki.com, We Will brings project ideas, patterns, video tutorials and tips to make a better quilt. All information about quilt always update to help you. A sewing tutorial will show you the basics of making garments, such as a dress. With a basic tutorial, you can make a stylish and well-fitting garment in a day or two. If you're unsure of the sewing process, you can start with a simple project like a bookmark to learn straight stitches. You can practice mitred corners by following ...
 
Take a deep dive into the world of contemporary art quilting with your hosts Susan Brubaker Knapp and Vivika Hansen DeNegre. Listen and learn as they explore how art and stitch intersect in with passionate creativity unique to the art quilting community. Make the Quilting Arts Podcast part of your story!www.quiltingdaily.com/category/quilting-arts-podcast/
 
Sew & So is a casual conversation with a special member of the sewist and quilting community. A casual conversation about how they got started, what inspires them and what excites them. Sew & So is brought to you by BERNINA - Made To Create.
 
A podcast for quilters about quilters. It's been said that every quilt has a story and it's so true. I wanted to hear about the people behind these wonderful quilts and thought you'd enjoy hearing about their lives, also. Enjoy meandering through the episodes to find out about the very interesting people behind the quilts!
 
Andy Bush celebrates board games and the experience of gaming, with friends Louise Molony and Brian Murphy. Each week expect passion, enthusiasm and multiple trips through gaming wormholes. This show is powered by Zatu, visit https://www.board-game.co.uk to find your next favourite game or a brilliant family gift. This show is produced by The Bugle, thanks to Chris Skinner and Ross Ramsey Golding. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Do you love learning about words, puzzling out where common expressions come from and generally exploring the linguistic crazy quilt that is the English language? So do we! And you'll find we even have an entertaining time doing it! So come along as hosts Malcolm Fleschner and Kurt Wolfrum make a meal of the extraordinary word salad we call English in the 21st century!
 
The Weight Loss for Quilters podcast is for quilters that find themselves hiding behind their stitching and quilts because of their constant battle with weight loss. Today’s society has made weight loss way more complicated than it needs to be but the fact of the matter is this….losing weight is like learning a new skill just like a half square triangle or learning how to free motion quilt. Join Dara Tomasson, long arm quilter turned weight loss and life coach each week as she breaks down th ...
 
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Sit & Sew Radio

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Sit & Sew Radio

Quilt Addicts Anonymous

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Welcome to Sit & Sew Radio, a Quilt Addicts Anonymous podcast with Stephanie Soebbing. Hear interviews with influential and interesting people in the quilting world, learn about new quilting books and notions and hear some fun quilting stories. Listen to each new episode while you are sewing. Produced by Quilt Addicts Anonymous blogger, teacher and pattern designer Stephanie Soebbing.
 
Kara Goldin, founder and CEO of Hint, sits down with today’s most fascinating entrepreneurs, disruptors, and change-makers for a no-holds-barred discussion of how they overcame long odds on the road to start-up success. Guests such as Guy Kawasaki (Apple, Canva), Julie Bornstein (The Yes, Stitch Fix), Mindy Grossman (WW), and Amy Errett (Madison Reed) share wisdom and anecdotes that will inspire you – and challenge you to think differently about achieving your goals. For more on the podcast ...
 
Sure, we all love to spill the tea on other people’s messes, mistakes, and misfortunes—but on The Tea Corner with Omekwa Organics founder Anngelica-Marie, we spill our OWN tea. Listen to thoughts, conversations, and advice on all topics body, mind and spirit based on the themes of our herbal teas--The Boss Tea (Career & Purpose), The Protected Tea (Spirituality), and The Leisure Tea (Mental Health) Episodes range from Why Do You Feel Lonely? Why Are You Afraid of Success? What is The Key to ...
 
Are you new to sewing and want to start quilting but have no idea where to start? Each Wednesday join me as I share the ins and outs of that quilt life. If you don’t have a sewing machine, can’t figure out how much fabric you need for that cool project you saw online, or you’re just trying to figure out where the heck to stick that bobbin this is the podcast for you.
 
How do I turn my craft into a career? How do I create my dream job working from home? What is the most flexible job that brings joy? Learn how to turn YOUR craft into a successful career. Each week you will hear stories from guests and from your host that teach you how to grow your dream job. Get the best business tips, social media strategies, stories of success, and learn how to be a #girlboss or #bossbabe with entrepreneur, Elizabeth Chappell. Elizabeth has grown a 6 figure business in a ...
 
For years the picture of the man with the oxcart has hung on the wall of her Aunt and Uncle's house. It never occurred to Tory that one day she might actually find herself in the picture. She frees Neal, an imp who has been imprisoned in Castle Hildegard for two hundred years. Together, they journey through the world of the Kingdom Trees, racing to break the spell that has bound the world together - in war. King Delphic is bent on taking the spell for himself, and becoming monarch of all. To ...
 
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Me Being Crafty with Tsoniki Crazy Bull

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Me Being Crafty with Tsoniki Crazy Bull

Tsoniki Crazy Bull interviews Anne Sullivan, Heather Mann, Rachael Gander, Sandi Sawa Hazlewood, Christa Watson, as well as other quilters, sewists, fabric designers, artists, clothing designers, musicians, and more twice a week.

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Me Being Crafty is a podcast about creativity and what that means to people. Listen for stories from artists, quilt shop owners, fabric designers, quilt designers, clothing designers, musicians, and more. We'll talk about being a creative person, building a community to support you in your creative journey, stepping out of your comfort zone, working in various creative industries and more. This show is published twice a week.
 
Steep some tea, grab your favorite quilt, and get cozy on your comfiest couch as Margot Hoffman whisks you away to her living room, where - with a little help from the neighborhood kids - she explores the things that make us who we are. This is Grandma's House.
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse NPR producers The Kitchen Sisters (The Keepers, Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, and Fugitive Waves). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast" —Ira G ...
 
Start a new family's tradition this year with The Cinnamon Bear! This old time radio classic was originally broadcast in 1937 across Portland's airwaves. Children gathered nightly beginning at Thanksgiving until Christmas. Now you can, too! Join Judy and Jimmy through the enchanted world of Maybeland to recover their missing Silver Star that belongs on their Christmas tree. Helping on the search is the Cinnamon Bear, a stuffed bear with shoe-button eyes and a green ribbon around his neck. Th ...
 
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The hosts celebrate the beginning of the Second Season with a discussion about culture; most specifically, ridiculous traditions around death and dying. Dr. Dumas tells a story that proves impossible for the hosts to contain their laughter. The episode is morbidly uproarious and highlights funeral trends that need to die. Pun intended. Pull out you…
 
Many individuals find sewing a zipper fly when making pants or trousers to be a daunting task. Installing zippers can be done in a variety of ways, some more complicated than others, but none are genuinely tough. You’ll be surprised how simple it is to sew a beautiful zipper fly once you’ve learned all the […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.com/sew…
 
Looking for more space for your sewing supplies and projects? We share ideas for making the most of your closet storage -- everything from hangers, shelves, cubby storage, pegboards, and more. We also share tips for achieving a square up quilt and for saving money in your sewing room. And if you're on the lookout for new storage products, we share …
 
In this episode, Sherri and Chelsi discuss how to best go about completing unfinished quilting projects in 2022. They share some of the specific projects they plan on completing this year and also give advice on how to best organize yourself in order to complete UFOs. They also discuss their favorite sewing room hacks and tips that help them be mor…
 
Becky loves all aspects of quilting—from choosing the pattern to cutting the fabric, to stitching and piecing and mixing up patterns and colors. She also loves machine quilting—especially free motion quilting. Because she doesn’t have to follow a set pattern and can basically do whatever she wants, she feels that it enhances her ability to create a…
 
I'm celebrating the New Year and sharing my goals and dreams for 2022 as well as my new Word of the Year! Check out the videos on the Christmas Tree Quilt here - https://freemotionproject.com/2021/11/quilting-my-christmas-tree-quilt-part-1.html Maximized Feather Block designs - https://leahday.com/products/maximized-feathers-qct-collection More pod…
 
Happy Holidays! This episode is the mid season finale. Season 4 will continue in February 2022. In the episode, I chat with Emma Jones, who has a YouTube channel and online shop called Vintage Sewing Box. She has videos on many epp projects and small accessories and often embellishes them with beautiful hand embroidery motifs. We talk about a great…
 
Lori retired earlier this year so Tracy and Ginger have been planning a special gift that is finally ready thanks to this episode’s amazing guest, Aby Dolinger. Wait till you hear Tracy’s elaborate plan come together to surprise Lori with this gift, it’s truly podcast gold! In open studios Aby joins the ladies and tells how Lori’s surprise came tog…
 
In this special holiday edition of the Quilt Fiction Podcast, we return to Milton Falls for Christmas! In this year's story, “Railroad Crossing, Bess: 1923," we find Bess Wilcox getting ready for the holidays -- she's shopping for presents, directing the church pageant, and trying to keep husband Bill from spoiling their three young daughters. When…
 
In this episode, I chat about quilting, sewing, and knitting plans for 2022, a renewed love for the author Rosamunde Pilcher, and the decorating style of Nancy Meyers. For complete show notes, visit the Simple Handmade Everyday blog.By Kristin Esser
 
This is the Egg Hunt fabric dyed by Dames of the Needle.She’s Elizabeth Talledo of Dames of the Needle and we’re pleased to have her a this week’s guest. Elizabeth is a talented and versatile needlework artist, who also has woodworking skills. These days, the majority of her time is devoted to dyeing linen and trying to keep up with the demand. Joi…
 
Welcome to episode 258, boozers, shakers and Wine & Crime Coven! We're so grateful to kick off our last month of Christine's parental leave with the Wine & Crime gals, starting with Kenyon! First, Em covers a story close to Kenyon's past with the haunted Castle of Good Hope. Then Kenyon brings us the notorious tale of Lavinia Fisher and the Old Cha…
 
In the previous article, I discussed how to broaden your color palette by altering the colors of natural dyes with modifiers. Iron is a modifier that I particularly enjoy. It can be used to darken tones, transforming yellow to green, beige to grey, and pinks or reds to purple or mauves, and is often regarded […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.com/n…
 
Another week, another sewing project around the house. With the most of my summer activities canceled, I opted to tackle my long list of personal sewing tasks this year. So out came my ancient trunk, which was brimming with found textiles. What is the goal of my mission? To create a bespoke tablecloth for my […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.com/d…
 
Who doesn’t want a stylish, well-made pencil case? Make it four and call it a makeup bag if you have two or three. Teenagers are challenged to go beyond simple straight lines with intricate detailing and mathematics. This is also an excellent introduction to sewing zippers, and the non-traditional and straightforward approach for inserting them […]…
 
Do we really need another mask tutorial? I know what you’re thinking. No, is the quick response. But, for others who are having similar problems with the fit of most masks as I have, I am here to provide a possible alternative. I discovered that the existing mask patterns left me with blurry spectacles, hurting […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.co…
 
Knowing how to care after your clothes is an important part of building a long-lasting, well-loved wardrobe. The same may be said about your home’s textiles. Linen is a fantastic fabric for a variety of reasons. It’s all-natural, powerful, and of excellent quality. Linen is distinguished from other natural fibers by its durability, breathability, a…
 
Today I’m doing “Drawn” or “Pulled” thread work embroidery, which is a fundamental heirloom method. Individual threads are gently pulled out along the grain line to produce a small gap in the fabric for this sort of embroidery. Within that space, a variety of hand stitches are employed to create simple to complicated motifs. Diamond […]. View detai…
 
Do you require further assistance in assembling our LILY Pattern? With step-by-step photos and detailed directions, this sewalong will walk you through the pattern creation. Beyond the directions in the brochure, you’ll find a wealth of additional information and helpful hints. We hope that with this little extra help, sewing will be a breeze from …
 
Enter the contest by leaving a message with your answer! (Contest is not affiliated with IG or Marimekko.) Question: How much 1.5 inch (3.8cm) bias binding will Lisa get from a piece of fabric sized 22" by 36" (55.88cm by 91.44cm)? If you want to participate in the WORD OF THE YEAR episode, leave a message about your word or lack thereof! There are…
 
I share how to see where you’re being a victim of your inner bully, and how to start using self-judgment without being unnecessarily critical in the process. And if you’ve tried this work and you’re not seeing the benefits yet, don’t worry because I’m also sharing my three-step process for uncovering why you haven’t made progress with your inner bu…
 
Adaptive layering is something we believe can be done at any time of year. You probably need a duster if you’re looking for something light to put on or if you want to add a little flair and color to your warmer layers while still appearing effortlessly chic. You might be wondering what a duster […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.com/faye-linen-dus…
 
This is a fun craft to do with smaller kids, and it’s a terrific way to use up leftover fabric scraps. By simply drawing it out on a sheet of paper, adding the seam allowances, and cutting it out together, you can encourage your child to come up with their own character and help them […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.com/sewing-with-kids-curious-m…
 
Isn’t it wonderful when your garment looks just as nice on the inside as it does on the outside? Flat-felled seams are one of many fantastic sewing techniques that may provide a nice and clean finish to your projects. A flat-felled seam finish provides strong seams and a neat appearance. The raw edges are entirely […]. View detail https://quiltwiki…
 
“You don’t always come across the way you need to.” Do you think all startup CEOs and leaders have it all figured out? Think again as CEO Startup Coach Alisa Cohn shares some of the challenges so many startup CEOs and leaders deal with. And her new book, From Start-Up to Grown-Up, gives us all the needed suggestions everyone could benefit from. Lis…
 
“If people can express how good they feel when they put good stuff in their body, then people will wake up.” Hear Lisa Odenweller, the founder and CEO of Kroma Wellness, share her startup story of creating a company with a mission to bring healthy superfoods to all. Listen to her inspiring story on #TheKaraGoldinShow Plus, as a listener exclusive, …
 
The hosts end the first season with a hysterical discussion about food boundaries and ways to have your meal leftovers respected. Dr. Keaton's husband has given her permission to tell the infamous Funnel Cake story on two conditions. To hear the conditions and the fate of the coveted funnel cake, bring your tastebuds, and download the episode. It i…
 
One of Jude Kingshott’s creations.Mixed-media artist Jude Kingshott is this week’s guest. Jude combines embroidery, eco-printing, and dyeing to create beautiful books and other eye-catching pieces of art. She also makes quilts though she “is not a quilter.” Jude has traveled a fascinating path from her start with a group of expatriate ladies in Egy…
 
Welcome to episode 257 where we deep dive into all of our hyper-fixations! Most importantly, for Xandy's last episode we have not one, but two lighthouse stories for you. First Em tells the spooky tales of haunted Point Lookout Lighthouse in Scotland, Maryland. Then Xandy takes us across the pond to the country of Scotland for a murder case in Litt…
 
If you enjoy sewing your own garments, you will come into a pattern that demands you to know how to sew set-in sleeves and connect them to the bodice at some point. This is when the information in this tutorial will come in handy. A set-in sleeve is the most basic of sleeves, and as […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.com/sewing-glossary-how-to-sew-…
 
Part Two of our Shibori techniques tutorial follows up on Part One from last weekend. To utilize in conjunction with these techniques, check out the Organic Indigo Vat Tutorial. The first technique I’ll show you is Itajme, a classic Japanese technique. This is the name given to a pattern-making technique that involves folding fabric in […]. View de…
 
Following up on our recent Organic Indigo Vat Tutorial, we’ve got a Shibori tutorial in two parts for you today. Shibori is the Japanese name for the ancient technique of resisting and manipulating patterns to create patterns. Before dying in an Indigo vat, the fabric is frequently bound, stitched, or clamped. By gathering, pleating, folding, […]. …
 
If pleats make you think of anything old-fashioned or formal, let our Sara Pleated Pants sewing pattern be proof that they can be anything else. Everything about these pants screams “effortless stylish.” They’re light and breezy, the kind of pants you’d want to wear on all of your summer trips. The Sara Pleated Pants are […]. View detail https://qu…
 
Indigo, a brilliant blue dye, was my first excursion into natural dyeing. Indigo is the term given to a dye produced by plants (of which there are many kinds) that contain the indican chemical, which generates a brilliant blue dye. Indigo has a long and colorful history in Asia, South America, and Africa, and is […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.c…
 
Culottes are making a significant comeback and are quickly becoming a vital wardrobe component, as practically every minimalist-chic apparel designer advertises. The high-waisted, wide-leg culottes, however, are the most popular style in the fashion industry. Wide-leg culottes are as comfy as they are versatile, with the ability to slide over volup…
 
The tutorial is broken down into two parts, with the first concentrating on setting the grid for Sashiko-stitching on the Ashton Top. In the second installment, we’ll look at many Hitomezashi Sashiko stitches once we’ve drawn the grid on the cloth pieces. Sashiko is a Japanese mending method that is traditionally used to repair stitched […]. View d…
 
Despite the abundance of green in nature, particularly here on the “Emerald Isle,” there is no single plant that will give you a rich deep green straight from the dye pot. Yes, a variety of plants can produce faint colors or shades of green, but there are two major ways to obtain real green. Yellow […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.com/natural-dye…
 
The stitching of Sashiko on the fabric pieces cut out for the front and back bodices of Helen’s Closet’s Ashton Top will be the subject of this tutorial. Sashiko stitching was prepared on these cloth pieces by sketching 0.5cm x 0.5cm grids on them. Please see Hitomezashi Sashiko on the Ashton Top: Part ONE for […]. View detail https://quiltwiki.com…
 
Gary’s Sarah Parr 1825 sampler with first line of the new verse.The holiday break is over and we’re rested and refreshed and ready for more stitching chat. This week’s topics include Gary’s efforts to chart a new verse for a sampler with StitchSketch and dress a slate frame, our initial WIPGO experiences, Beth Lindsay’s Mood Stitcher approach, Avle…
 
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Thanks SEW much to Queenora Renee Irvin, Sonja, Marissa, and Shivsews for their contributions to this episode. Try Speakpipe. If you want to leave/send a voice message to the podcast or Black Women Stitch, you can do so here. Check out Queenora's VIsion Board Party this Saturday, 1/8/22, 7pm EST on Instagram. Follow her on IG for more info. There a…
 
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