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Stitchery Stories... Where textile artists share their life in fabric & thread. Embroidery. Textile Art. Inspiration, Techniques, Disasters & Delights. Join embroidery enthusiast & textile art dabbler, Susan Weeks, in her friendly weekly chats with UK textile artists. Discover how they got started. Share the lessons learned along the way. Get excited about what they are working on at the moment. Learn how they keep their business growing, their creativity flowing, and get a sneak peek into w ...
 
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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 free-form podcast hosted by Noa (songwriter, 60's enthusiast, philosopher), Erez (songwriter, cartoon character, fraternity insider spy) and Jesse (songwriter, producer, iLok embroider-er). They sit down with other musicians, artists, writers, smokers, and deep thinkers to discuss anything and everything creative, deep, strange, and sometimes a little uncomfortable.
 
A smart, playful and interrogative take on contemporary fashion and its context – weaving together sartorial and social history to tell powerful, surprising stories of identity. Hosted by Lucy Clayton together with a selection of special guests including designers, artists, writers, activists, academics and of course, the dresser uppers themselves, this show explores the way we dress in all its creative, sequinned and chaotic glory.
 
Rebecca Lobo is a Hall of Fame athlete. Steve Rushin wrote about Hall of Fame athletes for years. But unlike most podcast duos, the bond that holds this show together is marriage. Join the couple weekly as they discuss current events and provide a slice of life from the finished half of their basement. Who is the ball? And who is the chain? Find out right here, on Happiness Lane!
 
Moon to Moon is a podcast created by intuitive guide, Britten LaRue. Moon to Moon is a space to consider, celebrate, and share the ways we come home to ourselves, anchor through change, and uncover our power -- one month, one phase, one loving step at a time. Though the podcast focuses on healing and learning through the lens of Britten's primary interests in astrology, visual culture, tarot, energy healing, meditation, and intuition, the podcast welcomes all modalities and forms of experien ...
 
Each week enjoy simple and quick lessons and tips. Also included are interviews from experts, and free resources inspired by fairy tales, ballet stories, fables, and more. In no time you are your family will be stitching together! Would you like to listen to the stories your free resources are inspired from? Then check out our other podcast called Tales From Long Ago! To find all of our resources go to tutsandfairytales.com
 
Makers Chat is a weekly podcast that will bring you interviews with artists from around the Globe. Painters, Embroiderers, Wood Burners, Fiber Artists, Photographers and so much more. Through my own journey as @myraandjean I've been able to meet some incredible people so far and I want to introduce them to you!We'll chat about life of an artist and their journeys of how they came to do what they do now.I hope you join us!
 
Step inside the contemporary Dior mind with ‘Dior Talks’, a series of podcasts aimed at bringing together both the people who directly shape the creative direction of the House and those whose artistic, cultural or intellectual impact influence its narrative. The sixth series, ‘Feminism’, focuses on the women who have inspired Maria Grazia Chiuri, both professionally and personally, and who have been involved in the bold collaborations with the House that the Creative Director of Women’s col ...
 
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Lucy Clayton is joined by Verity Wilson, author of Dressing Up: A History of Fancy Dress in Britain, for a glorious exploration of the creative and chaotic ways costume plays a role in national identity. Full of inspiring and surprising ideas to recreate at home, this is the ultimate costume party. See the remarkable images that accompany this conv…
 
Experience the Houston Quilt Festival through this episode chock full of personal and informative conversations. We meet BERNINA educators from the exhibit hall stage – Connie Fanders, Amanda Murphy, and Sylvain Bergeron. Show prize winners Angela Petrocelli (grand prize winner), Debbie Corbett, Sue Sherman and Kestral Michaud describe in detail th…
 
This year, our Christmas special theme is costume anxiety and the nativity play. Together with a nursery school head teacher, Lucy will be answering your questions about making papier-mâché camels, sourcing the best red reindeer nose, and many more things. We want to hear from you! If you have a question you'd like us to answer or an anecdote about…
 
On this week's Ball & Chain, Rebecca and Steve dive into a cornucopia of topics including Rebecca's new deal at ESPN, getting summoned for jury duty, and the Phil Knight Invitational. Rebecca recants a busy weekend of travel as women's college basketball heats up. While Steve completes a homeowner pentathlon. All that plus Viewer Mail on the 231st …
 
Stacey Jones creates colourful, modern, abstract hand embroidery art. Her work powerfully reflects her thoughts & emotions through her life experiences. Stacey shares her story of how her life with her husband has strongly informed her embroidery designs, particularly his illness, tragic death and her mourning process as she evolves into living alo…
 
Host Lucy Clayton visits artist Stephanie Smart, on location at Worthing Museum, for a masterclass in quilling and a tour of Stephanie’s work – Regency fashions crafted only from paper. In this extraordinary, intimate behind the scenes episode we learn about Stephanie’s creative process, the relationship between research and reality and how to beco…
 
Linnca Stevens is the co-founder of The Sewing Labs – a non-profit in Kansas City, MO whose mission is to create a community and teach sewing toward employment, entrepreneurship, and enrichment. Hear Linnca’s biographical journey toward where she is today and why she started the Sewing Labs. Her grandmother Margaret, a Swedish immigrant taught her …
 
DRESS:FANCY podcast celebrates the launch of the new season of Netflix’s The Crown with this by popular demand bonus show… following our episode with Eloise Moran of @ladydirevengelooks, host Lucy Clayton interviews her own mother about what it was like to be Princess Diana’s double throughout the 90’s and Noughties. The similarity is frankly uncan…
 
Floriane Schmitt loves to experiment with creative fabric manipulation ideas. Under her brand name of FloHomeDesign she creates accessories and home decor items from smocked neoprene and is writing a fabric manipulation book, due out end 2023. Floriane shares her story of how her dream of a career in fashion evolved into specialising in fabric mani…
 
"Unshaming Your Woo" - could this be a more evocative topic for exploration? Join me and Natasha as we get into it. Natasha Levinger of Highest Light Healing is a therapeutic intuitive and inner child healing expert who helps people connect to their intuition and heal what is blocking it. She is author of the upcoming book, Healing Your Inner Child…
 
In this episode we turn our attention to one of the most revered style icons in all the world – Princess Diana. Join host Lucy Clayton and Eloise Moran, founder of the cult Instagram @ladydirevengelooks and author of “The Lady Di Look Book – What Diana Was Trying to Tell Us With Her Clothes” for a shameless indulgent tour of Diana’s wardrobe evolut…
 
Tula Pink grew up in California, graduated from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles and worked briefly as an exhibit designer for museums in SoCal. She eventually joined the music industry as an Art Director designing album covers for numerous notable artists. After about 5 years, she left her job… and California…landing in the Midwest. T…
 
On this week's Ball & Chain, Rebecca and Steve celebrate Halloween with George from Columbus' Annual Pumpkin Carving. Rebecca recaps her whirlwind trip to San Francisco for Pac-12 Media Day. While Steve witnesses a flatbed flopper ahead of a flight to Florida. All that plus Viewer Mail on the 227th edition of the Ball & Chain Podcast.…
 
Scorpio season kicks off today and I am dropping this special episode with Scorpio Sun Chelsea Wolfe to honor the day. Chelsea Wolfe is a singer-songwriter from Northern California who has spent the last 13 years touring the world with her eponymous band, and releasing albums that range from the intimacy of acoustic folk all the way to sludge metal…
 
On this week’s Ball & Chain Podcast, Rebecca and Steve discuss what the perfect length of time for a sporting event, concert, or movie is. Rebecca wonders if it is common for today’s high schoolers to be able to leave school for lunch. While Steve saves the podcast with his “cat-like” reflexes. All that and more on the 225th edition of the Ball & C…
 
Cath Janes is an award-winning human anatomical embroidery artist. Under her brand name of Kraken Kreations she combines anatomically correct illustrations with colourful hand embroidery which all have a story to tell. Cath shares her honest and hilarious story of the ups and downs of the creative life of an artist, and her unique and distinctive a…
 
The 8th House is a zone of the self and the chart that is endlessly fascinating, compelling, and zingy for me. Associated with a hodgepodge of seemingly disparate topics over the centuries - taxes, shared resources, death, trauma, intense bonding, the occult, sexual obsessions and compulsions, and mysteries. What unites these is that none are topic…
 
Our annual Halloween show is the highlight of the DRESS:FANCY year. Host Lucy Clayton is joined by writers Rosalind Yana and Chris Woodyard to explore the perplexing human impulse to imbue clothes with meaning beyond the grave. Can a garment embody a spirit? And how can what someone wore serve as a tool to process the concept of death? Inspired by …
 
Maker, quilter, knitter, spinner, and painter, Leanne Pressly is the founder and CEO of Stitchcraft Marketing, which she launched in 2009. Leanne also hosts the podcast, Business of Craft. She is a certified consultant with a Colorado Small Business Development Center, where she consults with new entrepreneurs in a variety of businesses.…
 
On this week's Ball & Chain, Rebecca and Steve are celebrating another birthday in the house and their high schoolers prepare for the PSATs. Rebecca tries to solve the case of a serial cougher at Dunkin Donuts. While Steve wonders what is proper ettiquette for sending food back at a restaurant that you didn't order. All that plus Viewer Mail on the…
 
Reframing my struggles with astrology has helped me not only re-commit to living here but to do so with wild aliveness, authenticity, and joyful presence. This is because astrology is a magical language: the words are more than new vocabulary terms. Astrology provides codes for accessing technologies for speaking magic, for healing, and for dreamin…
 
Susan Hensel is a multidisciplinary artist with a long-established career. She combines mixed media with digital machine embroidery to create beautiful sculptural forms flooded with colour. Alongside runs her gallery & curatative experience, giving us a fabulous guest sharing her art practice wisdom, on Stitchery Stories textile art podcast. Art is…
 
Dress: Fancy begins a new season with a special episode exploring the history and influence of Laura Ashley – join host Lucy Clayton and fellow Laura Ashley obsessives Isabel Spearman, founder of the hugely influential Daily Dress Edit, Telegraph Fashion Director Bethan Holt, and designer Justine Tabak to glory in the legacy of a brand that has not…
 
Cosplay, the art of combining costume and role play, grew out of the practice of costuming at science fiction conventions. Over the past couple of decades, it has really taken off and become its own subculture. Desi believes cosplay can be inspired by Japanese anime characters, a Western comic book character, a Disney character, whatever inspires y…
 
Divorce is an initiation. And like all initiations, it's a death. Death brings life. Life brings death. The only sure thing is change. And divorce helps us live this truth in ways that are sometimes harrowing, often wondrous, always alive. Divorce is utterly thorough in its initiatory invitations. There are no parts of us that aren't asked to shift…
 
On this week's Ball & Chain, Rebecca and Steve are celebrating the Las Vegas Aces first-ever WNBA Championship. Rebecca talks about her interaction with Aces and Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis. While Steve triumphantly defeats a household pest. All that plus Viewer Mail on the 222nd edition of the Ball & Chain Podcast.…
 
Although Teresa comes from generations of makers, she was the first to pursue quilting as a career when she, as she puts it, “stumbled into the quilting industry.” It began in 2011 when she joined the crew at the Fabric Shop Network and then became editor of Websense magazine. Teresa started out making garments using patterns from The Big Four. Fro…
 
Oh what a joy to be with Rebecca Padgett. This episode is a tale of 2 emergences: Rebecca's emergence as a beautiful, deeply connected astrologer and then her emergence as a full-blown psychic and seer. This episode is publishing on her solar return: Happy Birthday, Rebecca! Stay until the end though the outro! I share some personal things that yie…
 
While at the University of Alabama, Leah Kate got a lot of experience with leotards, both as a dancer and as part of the costume department. What she found was that rarely did they properly fit all women’s body types. Knowing that one of the first rules of dancewear is that it should enhance movement, not burden it, she set out to create styles tha…
 
Sharing some Big Virgo Wisdom coming through lately in my court and it feels so yummy to share this with you here in the Moon to Moon space. This phrasing for Virgo from Esoteric Astrology feels like such a rich zone for listening and healing alchemy right now. What does it mean to be both the "mother" and vessel shaper of ourselves, of our lives? …
 
Season three finale, early Macintosh computers, Boys Life coding games, With Gourley and Rust, tabs in my brain, fake company names, improv references, hats, MTV2, M2, access to all things at all times, ADHD, dentist, Beyonce, Squarepusher, sugar break-away glass, don’t eat it, Instagram feed, Billie Eilish, Elton John, Sound of Music, Romper Room.…
 
Radio ads, morning zoo crews, Nardwar, StanleyWS, This Way Up, endless tv recommendations, Sandman, so much content, You’re Wrong About, 1970s porn, cultural phenomenon of Deepthroat, Shudder, Licorice Pizza, movie criticism, Into The Woods, Reddit, Dailymotion, EMF, Crumbelievable, tell me how to sell out more, Siobhan Thompson, Graham Norton, Joh…
 
In this unashamedly magical episode, my collaborator Jonathan Koe and I are joined by a dearly admired member of our community spaces - Nicole France-Coe. Nicole landed in an astrology course that we tended to last year, and this year, Nicole will be joining us as part of the community support team for our upcoming course, Astrology as Praxis along…
 
So thrilling to be getting into the real deal - the structure of what we will actually be doing in Astrology as Praxis: Remembering Your Participation in the Cosmic Body, my upcoming year-long astrology learning container. This is what you come for. How can we turn curriculum-building, something potentially boring and mundane, into a magical, mysti…
 
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