Best Dye podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Jeff Dye has a podcast! And he is bringing all his friends along!
Kensington Temple
Powerful & inspiring sermons recorded live in Notting Hill, London's Kensington Temple Church. Featuring Senior Minister Colin Dye, Bruce Atkinson and many other famous guest preachers from around the world.
Maiwa Podcasts
Luminaries in the textile arts present at the Maiwa School of Textiles. These presentations are from an international collection of writers, travellers, craftspeople and artists.
90% Knitting
This podcast features knitting and spinning-related content as well as shop news and shop update previews for Fibernymph Dye Works.
Inspiring & informing entrepreneurs and business owners
Kelly and Marsha came at yarn and fiber from different directions, but both love it. Marsha is an accomplished knitter, learning to dye yarn. Kelly is a spinner who knits and weaves. Fiber is one of the many shared interests after over 30 years of friendship. The show is about our adventures in knitting, spinning, dyeing and other fiber arts.
Welcome to the Relentless Knitting Podcast! We’re so happy you've found us. We are two science teachers who knit based out of the beautiful Okanagan valley in British Columbia Canada. The goal of this podcast is to share our love of the fibre arts and foster community. Our focus will be knitting with flares of other hobbies and interests. We are both recent first time moms and we’ll be sharing some of our adventures in mommyhood. We own Relentless Knitting Company and are contracted by our l ...
Reimagining Prison
Welcome to the Reimagining Prison Podcast. Host Sam Dye will be interviewing thought leaders in the field of Corrections to get their thoughts on what it would mean to reimagine prison in America. Join us as we explore making safer communities inside and out.Prison Fellowship is a Christian non-profit organization that aims to restore those affected by crime and incarceration by helping men and women in prison achieve holistic life transformation and emerge as productive citizens.For more in ...
Kelly and Marsha came at yarn and fiber from different directions, but both love it. Marsha is an accomplished knitter, learning to dye yarn. Kelly is a spinner who knits and weaves. Fiber is one of the many shared interests after over 30 years of friendship. The show is about our adventures in knitting, spinning, dyeing and other fiber arts.
Empowerment Starts Here is a podcast that explores power, social change and disrupting the margins.
The faculty behind the academic journal Academicasaurus really just want to get the next issue out. If only they'd stop getting bizarre submissions shoved under their doors... and who exactly is recording all this, anyway?Academicasaurus is a fictional podcast written and produced by Mary O'Reilly. It stars Maryna Matlock as Ida Winters, Amanda Funk-Hilton as Bee West, and Mary O'Reilly as Anne Dye. New episodes are posted every other week.
Knitworthy Podcast
Friendly Down Home Chats About: knitting, spinning, weaving, dyeing, yarn
Join Felicia Lo, founder of SweetGeorgia Yarns, as she explores the sweet spot between craft, creativity, and colour together with some of the most inspiring knitters, spinners, designers, shop owners, and makers in this handmade community.
Growing toward spiritual maturity in Christ.
This Podcast is made up of messages from White Stone Community Church (Oconomowoc, Wisconsin). The purpose of White Stone is to make disciples who understand, live and extend the Kingdom of God!For more information about White Stone, please check out our website @!
SweetGeorgia: Taking Back Friday // Felicia's Vlog (2017-11-04 00:42:33 +0000 UTC)
Becky podcasts about knitting from her home in Colorado's front range. Regular segments include recently finished knits, work in progress, experiments in yarn dyeing, and knitwear design
Join TheGirlWhoCrafted and ShopBoyJonas as they talk about their knitting, sewing, yarn dyeing (and associated business activities!), football, general geeky interests, and adventures in Minneapolis. With a side of complaining about the weather and complete irrelevance thrown in for fun. Updates monthly.
Mon-Tue from 9-11am on 94.7 The Pulse
Knit Night Society
The Knit Night Society is a selective group of friends who gather together in the hidden corners of the internet to tell their best fiber stories.
Join Felicia Lo, founder of SweetGeorgia Yarns, as she explores the sweet spot between craft, creativity, and colour together with some of the most inspiring knitters, spinners, designers, shop owners, and makers in this handmade community.
Civility in the Age of the Apocalypse
The weave podcast, a project of GIST: Yarn & Fiber, brings together a community of fiber artists and people who love weaving, farmers and mill owners, textile artists and loom manufacturers, to tell the stories of the threads that bind us together.
A podcast about knitting, spinning, dyeing, and learning all the things in the fiber arts!
A Gilmore girls podcast hosted by two SUPERFANS.
You know those podcasts where famous people recount their lives and careers, and then things get emotional? That is NOT this show! Hosted by internet superstar Grace Helbig, "Not Too Deep" is a ridiculous, silly, and unapologetically superficial interview podcast, that is more about the laffs than about the feels.
The weekly live show recorded at the world famous Comedy Store with your hosts Tony Hinchcliffe and Brian Redban.
Tights and Fights
Tights and Fights is the podcast that covers pro-wrestling with the sincerity and hilarity that it deserves. Every week, hosts Hal Lublin, Danielle Radford and Mike Eagle make sense of the chaos that is the world of sports-entertainment. Whether it's the latest headlines, a cultural analysis of an old angle or a debate about which wrestler has the best merch, Tights and Fights will examine every corner of the squared-circle for your enjoyment.
Family, relationships, and comedy are the things that tie us all together. Host Dustin Nickerson brings us in to have a laugh about all of it. Each week, he's joined by fellow comedians coming from a diverse group of backgrounds and perspectives to chat about all things family. Parenting, marriage, childhood, siblings, and so much more. It's funny, and a little a bit serious. The best way to handle family.
Bethany Baptist
Bethany Baptist
A podcast telling the tales behind our favorite fibers
FO & Dye
video podcast about all sorts of fibre related hobbies
Live Simply, The Podcast is about simplifying all-things natural wellness. Each week, episodes will explore practical tips, from how to naturally care for your body and home, to the food served at your table. You'll hear from Kristin as she shares her journey to simplify, live intentionally, and get "back to the basics." She'll share tips and tricks she's learned along her journey. You'll also hear from guests who are living with intention, and pursuing natural wellness.
Golf Talk America
From current events to the current PGA TOUR event, and from pop culture to pop psychology, join television and radio personality Timm Matthews and the rest of the "Golf Talk America" crew for a free-form discussion covering a variety of entertaining topics.
Exploring the world of fiber, one draft at a time.
Michigan Radio
Stories from Michigan Radio.
Van & John of the War Eagle Reader talk Auburn football!
A place to discuss Sex, Love, and whatever's clever with like minded people who are also in Limbo with Love.
Prinze and The Wolf is a podcast with Freddie Prinze Jr. and Josh Wolf. Every week the guys will cover anything from parenting, to MMA, to pop culture, to cooking, to gaming and all with a ton of funny. This podcast has a little something for everyone.
KNKX Public Radio
This show is produced by KNKX Public Radio in Seattle/Tacoma Washington. Thanks for listening!
Craft Hangout
Craft Hangout, a project from Love Eliza, LLC, is an inspiration destination for craft hustlers and hobbyists to use for support, inspiration, and encouragement. Through our podcast and inclusive community, we provide insight, motivation, and solutions to the top creative obstacles that the crafting society experiences. We exist to help our crafty tribe get better at whatever they’re doing.
The Tom Barnard Show features local and national guests and is heavily focused on humor. Tom Barnard, host of the #1 local morning show in the United States since 1986, created the podcast with the goal of a show with more creativity and flexibility than radio. Tom hosts the show along with his wife Kathryn, daughter Alex, and son Andy.It airs live central time, Monday-Friday 11 AM to 1 PM CST. You can stream it live at, seen in live HD video on Youtube, reached via iP ...
Jeremiah wonders... is a weekly podcast where Jeremiah Watkins interviews guests with some of his favorite original characters and impressions. You never know who's going to call in!
Divorce produces more stress for women than any other life event except for the death of a spouse. Even at the best of times, financial confidence may seem out of reach. It requires diligence and a deep understanding of your finances. For many of us that is a difficult, sometimes impossible task. We live in a complicated world. It’s not just a matter of income coming in and expenses going out. Having access to knowledge and sound information can provide you with the confidence to face those ...
I'm Afraid That
Ghosts, commitment... dinner parties? Everyone's afraid of something. Host Daniel Zomparelli is exploring fears that range from common to curious, and getting to the root of how they can grow into something truly monstrous.
I Was There Too
If you're like Matt Gourley (Superego, Drunk History, James Bonding), then you know all the classic movie and television scenes so well it's like you were in the room when they happened. Well, you weren't. And neither was he. But the people Matt interviews were! Listen in as they tell the inside stories of how cinema and television history was made from a fly-on-the-wall perspective you've never heard. Looking for the archives?
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Nomad Yarners
Join us on our crafting adventures each week as we tell you what we've been doing with our hobbies. We'll always have a bit about knitting or crochet, but may throw in felting, dyeing, weaving, sewing, cooking, painting or gardening as we work on them!
Like a late night talk show without the cameras.
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There are many mysterious - some might call them strange - figures in American history. Prince. Dennis Rodman. LBJ. And only in comedy is it remotely possible to connect the three.
Opera singer Marie-Stéphane Bernard returns to Radioland bringing her friend Jerre Dye. Jerre is originally from the Midsouth and now lives in Chicago. He's an actor, director, producer and writer. Jerre has taken on the one woman show Sounds of A Dream starring Marie-Stéphane. It is a biographical look at her life and career from Paris, France ...…
In this session of Live Simply, The Podcast, Kristin talks to Rachel from Feast and Farm about her daughter’s reaction to artificial dyes and how this reaction changed everything for her family. Rachel then shares what real food shopping looks like for her, the lesser of two evils approach she uses when purchasing food, how to shop for real foo ...…
Actor and Last Comic Standing finalist, Jeff Dye, sits down to talk about being nice while driving, how to be a cool youth group leader and the joy of connecting with a child over a mutual love of 'A Bug's Life'. Dustin's back on the road! Check out his show dates for a chance to catch him live: Don't forge ...…
On this episode, we have another special guest host, Jeff Dye!
EPISODE 57 Introductions Karla - K-Rae on Ravelry and Karlacrafts on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest Emily - EmGemKnits, EmilyTheTechEditor - Instagram, and Emily Tech Edits Ravelry. Shout outs Introduce yourself in the Ravelry group or leave us a review on itunes or google play music or send us an email with feedback at mail@relentlessknittin ...…
The health care giant Johnson & Johnson will pay nearly $10 million to Washington state to settle a lawsuit over the marketing of pelvic mesh implants. The mesh implants are designed to repair pelvic collapse that sometimes happens after a woman gives birth or has a hysterectomy.By (Paula Wissel).
This week, the public can start weighing in on the latest draft of revised social studies standards for Michigan's K-12 schools. The standards lay out guidelines on what content should be covered in social studies classes and lessons for different grade levels. State officials have been working on revising them for the past five years.…
Today on Stateside , two members from the Michigan State Board of Education discuss the ongoing debate over social studies standards for the state's K-12 public education system. Plus, a new program offers trauma-sensitive doula and midwife services to teen mothers who are survivors of sexual abuse.By (Bella Isaacs-Thomas).
What was advertised as the nation’s strongest would-be data privacy law has dissolved in the Washington state Legislature after lawmakers failed to reach a consensus over some key provisions.By (Kari Plog).
Have you ever seen those greek tragedy/comedy masks? Did you know that those masks were inspired by Anthony's life? I assume so anyway. He's a comedian who lost a three year old daughter, so he's certainly qualified to wear them both. Behind the Laughter: A Comedian’s Tale of Tragedy and Hope Book Link-…
You're not supposed to put all your eggs in one basket, unless it's Easter. Then you win. You win the eggs you picked up. It's supposed to teach children the harsh reality of being a rabbit. Or maybe it's just something for kids to do. The symbolism behind the holiday isn't entirely clear.
Solar power can feel out of reach. Upfront costs are usually considerable and you need a sunny roof or open space where you can put the panels. Community solar projects make it more accessible, by allowing ratepayers to buy shares in an installation that’s financed and operated by a group of investors. Utilities around the state, including Seat ...…
Created by Sarah Wheatley. Music for this episode: "Airport Lounge" by Kevin MacLeod (Licensed under Creative Commons 4.0). Sound effects are from (Licensed under Creative Commons 1.0). Want to help support the show? Give it a review on iTunes! The Nuclear Solution was created in Kennebec County, Maine, the territory of the Pe ...…
Sara Hajgato is a Hungarian natural dyer and small scale grower. She collaborates with a rural eco-community to grow dye plants and run small-scale experiments, in which she re-purposes vintage garments with natural dyes. Show Notes:
We got the legendary comic book artist, Peter Bagge, to hang out on our show!! If you listened to the episode with Kevin Sussman and Ron Hill, then you heard the story about how Peter Bagge came to the shop for his "HateBall Tour" in 1993 for a signing, and Eliza missed it because she had to go to her cousin's Bar Mitzvah... and she still seeme ...…
Jeremiah wonders... with Missy Martinez!Support the show at | PaypalEmail the show at jeremiahwonders@gmail.comFollow the show! Jeremiah Watkins insta/twitter: @jeremiahstandupwww.jeremiahwatkins.tvMissy Martinez twitter: @MissyXMartinezinsta: itsmissymartinezEdited by Gage Tijerina | Twitter @gagetijerinaAnimation by: Micha ...…
Recorded: March 6, 2019 The self-proclaimed boring half of The Valleyfolk (aka Joe Bereta and His Band of Perverts) Joe and Elliott join me this week! They share how they met while auditioning for SourceFed, a full explanation of the milk prank gone wrong, and the magic of their Trivia Bidet game. Follow Joe: Twitter: ...…
Hamsters. The Council of Nicea not caring about our convenience. And Rory may be Yale-bound but doesn't understand how fax machines work. We are back and are talking about s3, e13 "Dear Emily and Richard"! Enjoy and be on the lookout for our next episode, coming soon!
What happens when an artist, performer, entertainer... a show biz type gets sick? Most of those people don't have insurance. Even if they did, it's not all that great. There are a couple things that go through the mind of these folks. "Oh my God, I have to go to the doctor to get that looked at..." followed immediately by, "This is going to cos ...…
Highlights from an Art of Jazz concert by the Naomi Moon Siegel Band at The Seattle Art Museum, on the latest Jazz Northwest, feature the trombonist and composer in her original music with Wayne Horvitz, piano, Sean Woolstenhulme, guitar, Geoff Harper, bass, and Eric Eagle, drums.By (Jim Wilke).
Frank Bassett & Timm Matthews are joined by Diane Knox
200 episodes later and The Best Of continues to roll on! A huge thank you to Tom Barnard and our sponsor Bradshaw & Bryant for allowing this nonsense to continue! Great Clips from: Jeff Dye, Adam Ray, and Ms. Pat
In spite of the cranes on the skyline, there are still a few visible markers of Seattle as it was — old houses, old alleyways, a pergola that’s been knocked down but always gets put back up. The people who live here or visit always seem to be reaching out to grasp it, that oldness. I felt like that too, when I moved to Seattle a decade ago. I w ...…
Back in the early 1980s, many people in El Salvador wanted an escape from poverty. They were trying to get the government to adopt policies that would redistribute that country’s wealth. To the United States, these policies looked like communism.By (Gabriel Spitzer).
When you revise history, it can go either way: You can nudge the story a little further away from the truth, or you can correct the mistakes in and omissions from the historical record. On today's show, we have a bit of both. We start with clips from a “documentary” that suggests that Noah’s Ark might be buried near Mount Baker. Then, a group i ...…
What if history cast someone you admire as the villain? If you’re Edward Nixon, longtime resident of Lynnwood, Washington, you spend your life telling the parts of the story that don’t wind up in the textbooks.By (Gabriel Spitzer).
Back in the early 1990s, all eyes were on Seattle. The local music scene was exploding. The young, flannel-wearing creatives of the Northwest had given birth to a new genre of music called grunge.By (Jennifer Wing).
We're back from Spring Break !!... In this episode we are talking specifically about women getting friend zone. Yes, this is a WHOLE conversation. Manhood, ego, communication, maturity, emotional intelligence, sexual attraction. Can you really be friends with the opposite sex? There are a bunch of sub topics under this umbrella. Listen to us wo ...…
Dreams can come true with Disney. Adam would know. He was Wolverine. And Squirt Gun Cop. What, you've never heard of Squirt Gun Cop?
If you’re tired of all the precipitation that has been raining down on the Northwest since early April, take heart. KNKX weather expert Cliff Mass promises this weekend will be dry and even a bit sunny.By (Bellamy Pailthorp).
Megan Williams is a member of a vibrant community of people in Grand Rapids making all kinds of things. Williams works in textiles. “Textiles to me is anything with fabric, and I named my company Adventure Textiles because it's whatever I'm experimenting with in textiles," Williams said, adding, "There's so many things to experiment with in the ...…
After nearly two decades leading the bands at Timberline High School in Lacey, Cal Anderson knows he has some special players on his hands now. Performing three varied standards in the KNKX studios, these five young men impressed our audience and their mentor, Andy Omdahl.By (Abe Beeson).
We're taking a closer look at what Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's new $140 million, four-year contract means for the team and the city of Seattle. KNKX sports commentator Art Thiel talked with Morning Edition host Kirsten Kendrick about the importance of securing Wilson and, in turn, securing his place in Seattle sports history.…
People have been gathering every month over the past year to sing in a group called " Crowdsource Choir ." Many of them aren't experienced singers or musicians, but that's actually kind of the point.By (Ariel Van Cleave).
“I was suffering in my marriage and I believe my partner was too. However, when I would talk about leaving, it was so scary to imagine what life would look like in the future.” Have you had a partner that would make you feel like you would not be able to financially support yourself and/or your kids if you left them? “I never imagined when I go ...…
At most cemeteries, the graves tell a little story. The name of the person buried there, the day they were born, and the day they died. But at a historic cemetery outside Western State Hospital, an inpatient psychiatric hospital in Lakewood, Washington, the graves only have numbers.By (Posey Gruener).
State Attorney General Dana Nessel wants to talk with former Michigan State University interim president John Engler. The interview would be part of Nessel’s investigation into MSU’s handling of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse case. But Nessel and Engler seem to be having trouble getting together. Detroit Free Press columnist Nancy Kaffer wrote a ...…
More than four million people crossed the Straits of Mackinac last year. But they are also one of the busiest migration spots for raptors, or birds of prey, in the United States.By (Kaye LaFond).
Kirk Fox, William Montgomery, David Deery, Joel Jimenez, Chris Dillon, Jeremiah Watkins, Tony Hinchcliffe, Brian Redban – Date: 04/15/2019 THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: FORHIMS.COM/TONYSC – $20 OFF YOUR FIRST MONTHBy (DEATHSQUAD.TV).
Lindsey rejoins the show to regale us with stories of her journey to WrestleMania! She’ll talk about what it was like in Metlife Stadium, how much she enjoyed the G1 Classic and the special project that she was a part of while she was there. WWE Interviews As part of her journey through the biggest week of the wrestling year, Lindsey got to tal ...…
Officials behind the transformation of KeyArena remain optimistic about the project, despite newly reported cost increases and a longer timeline.By (Simone Alicea).
Today on Stateside , as General Motors prepares to close the company's Detroit-Hamtramck plant, how is the city of Hamtramck preparing for life after GM? Plus, a treasure trove of Anishinaabe art from Michigan is now on permanent display in Vienna, Austria.By (Stateside Staff).
Between Science and Art: Collaboration in Textiles. Catharine Ellis & Joy Boutrup Joy Boutrup is a textile engineer, chemist, and historian from Denmark. Catharine Ellis is a textile artist from North Carolina who specializes in combining weaving and dyeing. They first met at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina and, despite living on dif ...…
Is Bigfoot really a monster? He doesn't hurt anyone. He just likes to walk around. Regardless, Erin is in search of him and other cryptozoological wonders. El Chapo, ironically, is in fact a monster even though he's human. Jack was in search of him until he caught him and put him in jail. This time for good, hopefully. In Search of Monsters on ...…
The Mueller report is out, but even more. Or something. Reactions range from denial to denial. Which flavor of denial depends on whether or not they voted for Trump. Either way, it's much less exciting than people were hoping and everyone is disappointed.
Robert Trent Jones, Jr. & Entertainer Laura Bryna during The 2019 Masters
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