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Best Embroidery podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Embroidery podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Fiber Talk
Weekly+
 
A twice-weekly podcast for Fiber Art hobbyists.
 
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Stitchery Stories
Monthly+
 
Stitchery Stories... Where textile artists share their life in fabric and thread. Embroidery. Textile Art. Inspiration, Techniques, Disasters and Delights. Join embroidery enthusiast and 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 ...
 
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Embroidery It
Daily+
 
🌻Living the country life and running Embroidery It, where fresh and fun machine embroidery designs are created for the home embroiderer. 🐝Also home of the Embroidery Bee Club. ✨Machine Embroidery so you can be creative daily and live life beautifully. ✨
 
A podcast about crochet, knitting and hand stitchery for all kinds of yarn and thread lovers!
 
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Sew & Tell
Monthly+
 
Three sewists from different backgrounds — fashion, indie sewing and theater — discuss sewing topics and chat with big names from the sewing world. Join Meg Healy of BurdaStyle.com and Amanda Carestio and Kate Zaynard of Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery magazines as they share their collective knowledge, insight and inspiration, connecting the sewing community and keeping listeners up-to-date on news and trends of sewing and fashion.
 
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The Crafty Hive
Monthly
 
Join your hosts Dana and Kristi as they discuss their never-ending passion for fiber arts. Each episode, we discuss our own crafty lives, such as what we've been making, as well as a myriad of topics related to fiber arts and crafting in general.
 
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Gone Stitching
Monthly
 
Gone Stitching is a show about the Needlepoint world.
 
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The CAS Podcast
Daily+
 
This podcast is for you, the decorated apparel small business owner. We are discussing all things that go with owning a tshirt store, embroidery shop or anything custom apparel related. Discussions include sales, marketing, IT and all the things needed to grow a successful apparel business.
 
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Tink!
Daily+
 
Tink is a monthly podcast all about the act of making, doing and undoing. Follow along each episode as host Katherine Jayne reviews her creative goals for the month just past, and sets new targets for the month to come. From knitting to lacemaking, and other slow textile crafts, listen along and find out what can be made in a month!
 
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When In Romance
Monthly+
 
When In Romance is a biweekly show dedicated to romance novel news, gushing, and book recommendations!
 
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CraftyPod
Monthly
 
The podcast that's all about making stuff.
 
A very serious podcast about very serious crafts.
 
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Satyourday Radio
Monthly+
 
Sharing stories from creators, artists, and innovators on Saturday mornings.Hosted by A-Bar and NKNX
 
Making every little thing an adventure, Jody-style
 
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Knitting Pipeline
Monthly
 
Knitting is my passion! I also play bagpipes in a competition pipe band. These two subjects, plus a love of nature and learning, are what I like to talk about each week.
 
A collection of short nonfiction works in the public domain. The selections included in this collection were independently chosen by the readers, and the topics encompass history, travel, embroidery, science, mathematics, humor, philosophy, poliltics, and nature. (summary by J. M. Smallheer)
 
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Stitchtember
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I’m Kristen Regular and I am showing you how to whip up a new embroidery stitch every day this month. Have no fear - we’re going to start with the basics. But by the time this month is through, you’ll be a stitch witch with 30 spell-binding new stitches under your belt!
 
The Dramatica Users Group analyzes a film each month. We use Dramatica's unique insights into story to figure out how the film's story works--and when it doesn't work--and how story problems might have been fixed. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store.
 
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Topaz Gems Podcast
Monthly
 
 
Henry Handel Richardson was the pseudonym of Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson, a writer who was born in 1870 to a reasonably well-off family which later fell on hard times. The author's family lived in various Victorian towns and from the age of 13 to 17 Richardson attended boarding school at the Presbyterian Ladies' College in Melbourne, Victoria. It's this experience that feeds directly into The Getting of Wisdom. Laura Tweedle Rambotham, the main character, is the eldest child of a coun ...
 
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Austin Connoisseur
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Austin. It's cool, it's hip and it's totally unique. Go behind the scenes with the city's most fascinating topic experts as they what they do and how it influences the social, cultural and economic fabric of this inimitable capitol metropolis.
 
Romagna with my eyes tells the story of Emilia Romagna, un unveiled region of Italy, full of history, good food and wine and stories to be told. Follow me on my blog www.21grammy.com
 
In each episode I feature a quirky museum that’s definitely off – and sometimes way, way, off – the beaten path. If you enjoy learning the backstory behind some very curious collections, then join me where we find the answer to the question, “Now, why would there be a museum about that?”
 
Did you know that the Syria Civil War has caused the largest refugee crisis since World War II? We have authentic conversations with men and women living in Jordan working on the Syria Response with refugees and locals for big and small development, aid, relief, and/or funding agencies. Our goal is to help people living the West understand more about the NGO world, the crisis, programs, funding, and life in the Middle East.
 
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I finished lengthening the Odette Hoodies for my granddaughters. In order to distract from a different dye lot of Quince & Co Lark, I added a kangaroo pocket and embellished with embroidery. I share with you how I added the pockets and I give some embroidery tips. My husband joins me in this episode for Nature Notes, In The Pipeline, and High N ...…
 
Material Matters panel from Clare Hunter Clare Hunter of Sewing Matters is our guest this week and our sponsor is The Attic Needlework shop. Clare has been an active participant and difference-maker in the greater needlework community for almost all of her life. She has contributed as a community artist on more than one occasion, an exhibition ...…
 
“When I first moved here, I was not seeing obstacles for what I wanted to do...I only saw opportunity. If you have that state of mind, you can turn anything into a great thing” -Leo On this Spotlight episode, we talk to Denise and Leo, owners of the Montclair Brewery, about the steps to making great beer, the ups and downs to starting a busines ...…
 
In this episode of the BHooked Podcast you’ll hear from Sarah at Warm Up America about this seasons Made With Love | Crochet Challenge for Warm Up America event and why we would love for you to consider participating. The items made and sent in from the challenge will be hung in low-income areas, primarily in the Dallas TX area, so anyone walki ...…
 
The Twisted Stitcher finished this. We have climbed the hill toward the weekend, Sassy Jacks is sponsoring, and Vonna and Gary are chatting. This week we talk about our Instagram Live plans; an excellent charity auction; Gary’s fanny stand; Vonna’s retreat weekend (watch the Instagram Live video below), sponsored by Cross My Heart LTD; stitchin ...…
 
Jess and Trisha announce the next WIR book club pick, talk about romance authors who write in multiple subgenres, and discuss how to fill the gap when your favorite author stops writing romance – or just does it a bit more slowly than you might like. This episode is sponsored by Mischief Media, Book Riot’s Read This Book giveaway, and Book Riot ...…
 
In season 2, episode 22, Heidi boards the Train of Shame with her unfinished punch needle projects, Haley breaks some hoop-related cross-stitch rules, and Mollie gets a bit heated about how folks talk about crafts. Show notes: https://www.veryseriouscrafts.com/show-notesBy Heidi Gustad, Mollie Johanson and Haley Pierson-Cox
 
MH Smith Bristol Orphanage sampler by Dutch Treat Designs. Claudia Dutcher Kistler, of Dutch Treat Designs, joins us this week for a show that is sponsored by Sassy Jacks Stitchery. Claudia, best known these days for her extensive knowledge and experience with Bristol Orphanage samplers, shares with us the other aspects of a significant and suc ...…
 
“A retail store helps you build authenticity. With all these different Instagram and Grailed accounts popping up, it’s just another person in the pile. But the retail store is something you can rely on ” -Lucas Maher On this Spotlight episode, we talk to Lucas Maher, owner of The Connect Clothing Shop, about selling vintage items, owning signed ...…
 
Episode 32 is your Halloween episode, even if you are listening to this days or weeks or months later! It's still all about Halloween! Hear about my costume, and ghost hunting. I do not talk about candy even though I say I will. Best of all, special guest Curt talks about how my face was bleeding in public, and our favorite topic for the 2nd ep ...…
 
In this episode you’ll hear from Caitie of Thoresby Cottage, talented designer and crochet addict located in South Africa where yarn resources are a bit limited. In order to grow in her craft and pursue her passion as a designer, Caitie has needed to be resourceful to create patterns and projects she loves. She shares tips for finding and subst ...…
 
Episode Number:  25 Episode Title: Sew Spooky Episode Description:  We’re celebrating Halloween with scary sewing horror stories. Think they don’t exist? We promise you’ll be flinching at these tales. Then we’ll talk through our worst sewing fears. Sponsored by Husqvarna Viking®By F+W Media
 
Episode Number:  25 Episode Title: Sew Spooky Episode Description:  We’re celebrating Halloween with scary sewing horror stories. Think they don’t exist? We promise you’ll be flinching at these tales. Then we’ll talk through our worst sewing fears. Sponsored by Husqvarna Viking®By F+W Media
 
Debbie Rowely’s Tropical Punch. Wednesday has arrived like clockwork and, along with it, Debbie Rowley after a long, unplanned hiatus. Topics include a couple of tips on organizing stash, insights into the factors that went into the various design series Debbie has created, and a discussion about Treenway silks and EdMar threads. Sunday’s guest ...…
 
Passionate about Batik, Tori Riley is the guest today on the Stitchery Stories podcast. Tori shares her story of being inspired by Batik as a young child living in Java, and how her love of it has led her to running workshops and talks, whilst being a busy mum of four! Susan Weeks chats with Tori about: Who else wanted a colouring job when they ...…
 
Replicated Broderers crown detail.This week we are fortunate to be joined by embroidery artist Mike Parr. Mike shares with us some history of the Parr lineage, background about the Broderers Guild, his experience replicating one of the Broderers crowns, and his career as an needle-arts designer and teacher. It was a real treat to talk with the ...…
 
Are you looking for a way to take your projects to the next level? Try dying your own yarn! In this episode you’ll hear from Ashley, talented dyer and maker behind Montana Crochet. Her passion for dying yarn really shines as she shares some tips for getting started and for achieving some really great looking coloration. Ashley is also very pass ...…
 
Janice Green’s banding sampler display.It’s Wednesday, that day that causes us to calculate how much weekend stitching time lies ahead. Vonna and Gary gather for another chat and Sassy Jacks Stitchery provides the all-important sponsorship. This week’s topics include our sampler projects on banding, Janice Green’s band samplers (see sideshow be ...…
 
Jess and Trisha talk about what's great and what can be challenging about book clubs, the role of romances that address social and cultural issues, and some recs for books that do just that. This episode is sponsored by Book Riot’s blind date with a book giveaway; Twice in a Blue Moon by Christina Lauren, available now from Gallery Books; and T ...…
 
In season 2, episode 21, Haley maintains that hair crafts aren't weird, Mollie's creepy doll finds some also creepy friends, and Heidi takes her knitting to court. Show notes: https://www.veryseriouscrafts.com/show-notesBy Heidi Gustad, Mollie Johanson and Haley Pierson-Cox
 
In Episode 31, I wonder if the car in front of me is actually the reincarnation of someone's dead Nonni, wonder if Batman has to take the Batmobile in for a state inspection, and best of all, review Duncan Hines microwave cake with Tom and Tim. Featuring expired frosting AMR, Tom whispering in your ear, and comparing chocolate frosting to poop ...…
 
Designs by Rachel WintersJoining us this week is Rachel Winters of Flora Embroidery GA. Rachel is one of those rare people who creates embroidery designs, stitches them, and then sells the finished product. As you can tell from her company name, she focuses on flora and fauna and, as you can see from her work, has a real talent for bringing pla ...…
 
Being a maker means lots of decisions and lots of “stuff”. I don’t know about you but sometimes that can feel a little overwhelming. Yarn that seems it’ll never get used. Pattern decisions. Project decisions. Do I use this color or that color? Wait maybe that stitch instead of this one? If you create with yarn, chances are you have thought some ...…
 
Episode Number: 24 Episode Title: The Honeymoon Phase Episode Description: We’re talking all wedding – from DIY to disasters – with co-hosts Meg, Kate and Amanda and very special guest Mimi G. Learn what went right and wrong for these inspiring sewists and what they’d change if they did it all again. Sponsored by Husqvarna Viking®…
 
Episode Number: 24 Episode Title: The Honeymoon Phase Episode Description: We’re talking all wedding – from DIY to disasters – with co-hosts Meg, Kate and Amanda and very special guest Mimi G. Learn what went right and wrong for these inspiring sewists and what they’d change if they did it all again. Sponsored by Husqvarna Viking®…
 
Elizabeth Foote’s Flowers design by Arlene Cohen.It’s been a full month since Arlene and Gary gathered for a Wednesday chat. It was good to catch up and to talk about teaching needlework to young children, the Halo Bolt backup battery, Jessica Grimm and the Modern Folk Embroidery Agnes Dei Lenten SAL, band samplers, and new HATS introductions. ...…
 
Fabric sculpture artist Mary-Ann Toop is the guest today on the Stitchery Stories podcast. Mary-Ann shares her story of leaving her civil engineering career, battling depression and starting her fascinating creative journey. Mary-Ann is determined to make her soft fabric sculptures move - and is particularly fascinated by flight... it's the eng ...…
 
This week's selection of music is mixed by Avision. Mastering Engineer: Tyler Herrick Enjoy! Make sure you follow us: iTunes Podcasts & Spotify - “Satyourday Radio” Instagram- @satyourdayradio Twitter- @satyourday Facebook- @satyourdayradio
 
What does knitting and crochet do for you? I’ve been on a journey this year of discovering my place in the community and how my strengths and values can enrich someone’s life. I’ve learned that although knitting and crochet effects many areas of my life, at it’s core, the process of creating a knit or crochet item is what fuels me the most. Yar ...…
 
Jess and Trisha discuss how sexual content ratings could work in romance, talk about how to learn more about the history of romance and romance trailblazers, and recommend some romance you might want to read this autumn. This episode is sponsored by Book Riot’s blind date with a book giveaway and No Judgement by Meg Cabot from William Morrow Pa ...…
 
In season 2, episode 20, Heidi and Mollie get mischievous, Haley shows up ready to repair, and they all turn on the kettle and get excited about a new season of making! Show notes: https://www.veryseriouscrafts.com/show-notesBy Heidi Gustad, Mollie Johanson and Haley Pierson-Cox
 
Have you been thinking about trying to earn additional income from your hobby? Whether you’re ready to take the plunge and turn your hobby into a full time job or you just want to earn a little extra money each month, you’re faced with a big decision. Do you make this change or not? Will it be worth it? Will it even work? The question Brianna f ...…
 
Episode Number: 23 Episode Title: Flex Your Costume Sewing Muscles Episode Description: Halloween is one time of year when you can really show off your sewing skills. Get your creative juices flowing with a conversation about costumes of all kinds – cosplay, historical, Halloween – with co-hosts Kate and Amanda and guest host Ginger. Sponsored ...…
 
Episode Number: 23 Episode Title: Flex Your Costume Sewing Muscles Episode Description: Halloween is one time of year when you can really show off your sewing skills. Get your creative juices flowing with a conversation about costumes of all kinds – cosplay, historical, Halloween – with co-hosts Kate and Amanda and guest host Ginger. Sponsored ...…
 
I finished Cobblestone #2 and started on #3. I share how I lengthened the Odette Hoodies by Carrie Bostick Hoge. These fit my granddaughters perfectly right now but they needed a few more inches in the body of the sweater. The Knitting Pipeline Retreat in Kennebunk, Maine was fabulous, as always! I share some highlights from the retreat. This e ...…
 
Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, textile artist Tracey Coverley shares her story of leaving the railway industry and turning her fine art skills into creating textile art portraits of iconic figures from music and film. She works under her brand, "Handmade In Horwich End". Susan Weeks chats (and laughs a lot) with Tracey abou ...…
 
"When I was little I'd put discs in the CD player and put it on the lowest possible volume, place my ear to the speaker and listen to a whole album like that" -Surf On this episode, we sat down with Surf of Half Moon BK to discuss where his name came from, the origins of House Music, how cops got called to his first Boiler Room, and much more. ...…
 
Heads up/content warning: I say the word gun about 20 times in this episode but only in relation to a business i drive past. Additionally, my computer becomes sentient and participated in the podcast, Boffo Yux Dude Tom and I discuss the "need" to record insect sounds, and finally, I realize it's either a good idea, a bad idea or a great idea t ...…
 
A (flexible) routine keeps me focused, productive and happy. Honestly, I don’t know what I would do without my daily and weekly routines. You can say I’m a creature of habit – for good reason. Habits just work for me. I’m often asked how I manage to do so much work and there’s no way I could get it all done without a solid plan. In this episode ...…
 
Jess and Trisha share some thoughts about book displays; discuss plot, characters, science, and embroidery for the Great Big Romance Read; and talk about buzzworthy books still to come in 2019. This episode is sponsored by Book Riot’s mysteries giveaway, Libro FM, and Frankly In Love by David Yoon from Penguin Random House Audio. Subscribe to t ...…
 
In season 2, episode 19, Mollie and Haley flax poetic about missing plants and making linen, Heidi turns into a pumpkin, and they all use their DIY powers for good! Show notes: https://www.veryseriouscrafts.com/show-notesBy Heidi Gustad, Mollie Johanson and Haley Pierson-Cox
 
"I skipped my first day of work at a gas station to go to a Nike interview" -Arena Embroidery On this episode, we sat down with Rocco Arena of Arena Embroidery to discuss the process of embroidery, dropping his film making career, and having Drake as a client. Stay tuned for more episodes. Mastering Engineer: Tyler Herrick Make sure you follow ...…
 
Episode Number: 22 Episode Title: Jean It! Episode Description: Join co-hosts Meg, Amanda and Kate for a discussion of jeans making. We’ll explore handmade jeans on all the levels: what’s intimidating, what style we each prefer (skinny or wide leg, high or low rise, rigid or stretch), our favorite jeans sewing patterns and resources for taking ...…
 
Episode Number: 22 Episode Title: Jean It! Episode Description: Join co-hosts Meg, Amanda and Kate for a discussion of jeans making. We’ll explore handmade jeans on all the levels: what’s intimidating, what style we each prefer (skinny or wide leg, high or low rise, rigid or stretch), our favorite jeans sewing patterns and resources for taking ...…
 
Today on the Stitchery Stories podcast, Diane Gaffney shares her fascinating story of developing a well-established business based around her love of travel. Diane and her husband Jim, are the founders of Textile Traders. They have been buying and selling hand made textiles from south east Asia since 1984. Susan Weeks chats with Diane about: Or ...…
 
You don’t have to be a designer to use your surroundings to inspire your projects. Truth is, you can inject little aspects of you, your likes and your world into anything you make. This episode and my chat with Vincent from Visuvios Crafts opened up my eyes to unique ways to find inspiration for projects and I’m even more energized to start som ...…
 
Film analysis: "A family determined to get their young daughter into the finals of a beauty pageant take a cross-country trip in their VW bus." (Source: IMDB.com)By Chris Huntley
 
Jess and Trisha discuss an unprofessional move by a writer in New Zealand, authors who aren’t getting paid by a romance publisher, and the romance authors, series, and subgenres they came to a bit late. This episode is sponsored by Book Riot’s mysteries giveaway, Shadow Mountain Publishing, and the Recommended podcast. Subscribe to the podcast ...…
 
In season 2, episode 18 of the Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Haley looks into her crafty crystal ball, inspiration strikes at the worst moment, and Heidi gets a wedgie. Show notes: https://www.veryseriouscrafts.com/show-notesBy Heidi Gustad, Mollie Johanson and Haley Pierson-Cox
 
Did you know you can use crochet as the foundation for embroidery? I was blown away when I learned about Andy from O & Y Studio, a talented maker in this community who blends her crochet and embroidery skills into one gorgeous project. Whether you know how to embroider or not, Andy tells us how possible it is for anyone to embroider on crochet ...…
 
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