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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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A page from the RSN Stitch Bank.Jacqui McDonald’s filming/photography setup. Dr. Susan Kay-Williams, Chief Executive, and Jacqui McDonald, RSN Tutor and Stitch Bank Developer, of the Royal School of Needlework, join us this week in a show sponsored by Sassy Jacks Stitchery and the Embroiderers’ Guild of America. In our discussion, we look at pandem…
 
In this final episode of the series, host Sarah Ashford catches up with Modern Quilter Sarah Hibbert. They discuss how Sarah's been influenced in her work by art and architecture, and Sarah's love of collage, which has formed the basis of many of her modern quilts. Sarah also talks about the quilts that have been accepted into exhibitions, and her …
 
Episode 53, The Quilter Who Broke the Podcast The Tattooed Quilter, Christopher Thompson, broke the podcast. That’s right, he was talking and then it just stopped recording. But it’s all good! We managed to pull together a funny and sometimes touching episode for you. Listen in! Click here to view the show notes for this episode. Learn more about y…
 
Welcome to the Make and Decorate with Stephanie Socha Design Podcast! Today I chat about all the usual suspects of our creative living...sewing, quilting, a little knitting, a little heat transfer vinyl and gardening. The main topic is all about Upholstery: Learn about fabrics, and which ones to choose for upholstery. Did you ever sit on a sofa tha…
 
Our staff is sharing stories of how their quilting style has evolved over the years. We hope that by sharing our evolution that it encourages our listeners to think back on their own quilting journey and appreciate how far you’ve come, how your style has changed, and even reflect on some favorite projects or learnings you’ve had. Very rarely in thi…
 
Our staff is sharing stories of how their quilting style has evolved over the years. We hope that by sharing our evolution that it encourages our listeners to think back on their own quilting journey and appreciate how far you’ve come, how your style has changed, and even reflect on some favorite projects or learnings you’ve had. Very rarely in thi…
 
In this episode, I get all caught up on the last month or so! Lots of quilty talk, including quilting books and classes, luxury irons, fun books and organizational tips, and a new favorite mystery show. For complete show notes visit the Simple Handmade Everyday blog.By Kristin Esser
 
A new SAL of the Take Wing sampler by Joanna Kabanoff of Mojo Stitches will start May 2.The middle of the week has arrived on time and Gary and Beth decided to do some chatting. This week’s topics include current and upcoming projects, what causes project burnout, the importance of stitching fundamentals, and Beth’s “love” of satin floss. Free down…
 
We're sharing the basics on what a die cutting machine is, how it can help in your sewing room, and what to consider before buying one. We know buying a die cutting system is a big purpose, so walk you through the steps of what to think about while shopping. We also chat with Lori Miller, a talented quilter, designer, and educator for both AccuQuil…
 
We're sharing the basics on what a die cutting machine is, how it can help in your sewing room, and what to consider before buying one. We know buying a die cutting system is a big purpose, so walk you through the steps of what to think about while shopping. We also chat with Lori Miller, a talented quilter, designer, and educator for both AccuQuil…
 
Embroidered book cover from Relics in SituSomewhere in the world, in a back room filled with historic needlework, is where you’re likely to find this week’s guests, Erin Harvey Moody and Christy Gordon Baty of Relics in Situ. The show is sponsored by Sassy Jacks Stitchery. Erin and Christy have built a business researching, documenting, and sharing…
 
Welcome Make and Decorate podcast listeners! You get two podcasts on the same day! This audio podcast is a full episode in itself with my chit chat segment, and I talk and review a very interesting new product (to me) from Ashmead Designs, pre cut forms for epp that stay in the epp project without need for removal. I also talk about threads you can…
 
We’re spilling the secrets to making one of the most popular units in quilting – the triangle-square. We also share stories of how quilting is helping communities, some fun sewing hacks, how to assemble an on-the-go sewing kit, and how to make progress on your UFOs during the busy summer season. For more resources from today's show, visit the show …
 
We’re spilling the secrets to making one of the most popular units in quilting – the triangle-square. We also share stories of how quilting is helping communities, some fun sewing hacks, how to assemble an on-the-go sewing kit, and how to make progress on your UFOs during the busy summer season. For more resources from today's show, visit the show …
 
Yes, that is a wishbone. Listen to the podcast to learn more. Our guest this week is Carolyn Standing Webb of Carolina House Designs. Carolyn is a multi-faceted needlework artist who holds an EGA Master Craftsman certification in Counted Thread. In addition to her design work, she teaches regularly at seminars and guild meetings. Her technique spec…
 
With every mistake, there are great learnings. On this show, our staff share some quilting errors that taught them important lessons. And we hope the lessons help others, too! We touch on what to do when your blocks aren't all the right size (bigger? smaller? both? We have solutions!). We also share how to troubleshoot problems with your machine's …
 
With every mistake, there are great learnings. On this show, our staff share some quilting errors that taught them important lessons. And we hope the lessons help others, too! We touch on what to do when your blocks aren't all the right size (bigger? smaller? both? We have solutions!). We also share how to troubleshoot problems with your machine's …
 
Happy April Friends, Today's episode covers many different ways you can embellish your fabric project, whether it is a quilt top, pillow, Denim Jacket, tea towel, the possibilities are endless. I share technique ideas for hand and machine embroidery, appliqué, thread painting, beads and baubles and couching. Visit my podcast blog to get links and s…
 
Episode 52, Quilting is Like Golf Susan Cleveland is the guest on today’s show. She keeps the hosts in stitches as they talk about quilting during the pandemic, how she got the name “Pieces Be With You”, and mixing up quilting techniques in one quilt. Lori, Ginger, and Tracy recorded this before the Zoom Bee, so they chat about the quilts they fini…
 
Sometimes it’s the smallest things that make the biggest impact. And sometimes it’s the big dreams that finally become a reality that creates magic in your sewing space. On this episode, our staff shares upgrades they made to their sewing lives, and we hope it'll have you thinking about some ways you can upgrade your own sewing life. We also chat w…
 
Sometimes it’s the smallest things that make the biggest impact. And sometimes it’s the big dreams that finally become a reality that creates magic in your sewing space. On this episode, our staff shares upgrades they made to their sewing lives, and we hope it'll have you thinking about some ways you can upgrade your own sewing life. We also chat w…
 
Happy spring! Spring is such a delightful time to be outside – the flowers start to bloom, the trees and grass turn beautiful greens, and the weather is comfortable. It’s a great time to sit outside with some handwork such as embroidery, and enjoy the weather. We explore the basics of hand-embroidery for anyone who wants to get started! We also cha…
 
Happy spring! Spring is such a delightful time to be outside – the flowers start to bloom, the trees and grass turn beautiful greens, and the weather is comfortable. It’s a great time to sit outside with some handwork such as embroidery, and enjoy the weather. We explore the basics of hand-embroidery for anyone who wants to get started! We also cha…
 
In this episode, host Sarah Ashford meets quilter, author and Mood fabric designer, Janet Clare. Janet talks about her experience of lockdown, how she got into patchwork and quilting, her 5 self-published books and her collections for Moda. Janet also talks about her beautiful studio in Hampshire and the meanings behind her work. Finally, Janet sha…
 
I am so excited to welcome back a returning guest of the podcast, Jessica from Sallie Tomato! You can listen to episode 35, where I chat with Jessica and learn the story of how Sallie Tomato came to be (if you missed it). In this episode, we pick up where we left off and find out all the new and exciting things at Sallie Tomato...there are new coll…
 
Block swaps are a great way to connect with other quilters and make gorgeously scrappy quilts! We share what to expect in a block swap and tips for hosting one! We also share what our editor is working on now, a story of a woman in Montana sewing mittens to keep locals warm, how to choose the right rotary cutter for the job, and details for our Vir…
 
Block swaps are a great way to connect with other quilters and make gorgeously scrappy quilts! We share what to expect in a block swap and tips for hosting one! We also share what our editor is working on now, a story of a woman in Montana sewing mittens to keep locals warm, how to choose the right rotary cutter for the job, and details for our Vir…
 
Creative ruts can happen to the best of us -- especially as we approach one year of this pandemic in the United States. In this show, we explore how to replenish your energy, creativity, and happiness during times of stress. (Quilting is SO beneficial for mental, emotional, and social health, so it's a great excuse to lean into our craft in order t…
 
Creative ruts can happen to the best of us -- especially as we approach one year of this pandemic in the United States. In this show, we explore how to replenish your energy, creativity, and happiness during times of stress. (Quilting is SO beneficial for mental, emotional, and social health, so it's a great excuse to lean into our craft in order t…
 
We're celebrating National Quilting Day, one of our favorite days of the year, with a fresh new virtual Quiltin' Bee! Join the hosts of the Quilt & Tell Podcast for a very special hour of fun and conversation dedicated to the love, skill, devotion, and creativity that goes into every quilt we make. Ask questions and win FREE stuff on Saturday, 3/20…
 
In this episode I give my recap of my first QuiltCon experience, and how the virtual QuiltCon did this year. I have to say, I really enjoyed Virtual Quiltcon 2021 from the comfort of my home. I am not a natural social butterfly, and this suited me so well! I will talk about some of the highlights from the quilt design, hand stitching, and Boro work…
 
Enjoy this bonus episode from our sister podcast, Fiber Nation, with host Allison Korleski. Eliza Hardy Jones was a professional musician and an amateur quilter. Until a once-in-a-lifetime offer made her change her tune. Find out how she turns traditional folk music, sung by women, into a craft traditionally done by women. Click here to view the sh…
 
We know quilters love learning new tricks to make the quilting process easier, more efficient, or even more fun! Our staff members share their favorite sewing hacks -- everything from storage ideas to piecing tips to fabric shopping! We also talk about how to hide your sewing room clutter, what’s on our art director’s work space, answer a listener-…
 
We know quilters love learning new tricks to make the quilting process easier, more efficient, or even more fun! Our staff members share their favorite sewing hacks -- everything from storage ideas to piecing tips to fabric shopping! We also talk about how to hide your sewing room clutter, what’s on our art director’s work space, answer a listener-…
 
Gyleen X. Fitzgerald joins Tracy, Lori and Ginger for the show. She talks about color, quilting during a pandemic, how many projects she has going at any particular time, and what she thinks about working on projects you hate. You will love it. Meanwhile, the hosts discuss the projects they are working on and read a few letters from listeners. Don’…
 
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