Best Getting Loopy podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Designer and author Mary Beth Temple talks to the ladies (and men) who love crochet. Crocheters, yarn folks, designers and magazine editors are all fair game.New shows weekly!
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Premier Yarns’ own Rae Blackledge joins us tonight to talk about their brand new yarn, made especially for crocheters
Jessie Rayot, crochet and knit designer and doyenne of all things crafty at Jessie at Home, guests on Getting Loopy
Lancaster Fiber Festival is a new multi craft even being held in Lancaster, PA August 16 - 18, 2018. Event promoter Judith McCabe is joining us to tell us what we can find at this first-time event
With all the talk of YouTube taking over the craft education world, there are still tons of conferences at which you can learn from the teachers you love. Are conference classes right for you? How to be a terrific student
Prolific designer and long time friend of Gettling Loopy Karen Whooley joins us tonight to talk about her brand new book, Coastal Crochet!
Looking forward to catching up with designer and author Kristi Simpson about what’s new in her crochet life, and what kinds of projects she’s focusing on
Charles is multi-lingual, multi-crafty, and great fun to talk to. Join us as we talk (in English!) about his adventures in knitting, crocheting and tech editing
Lindsey Stephens, designer and tech editor, joins us to talk about what’s new in the world of Poetry in Yarn
I first met Marie several years ago when Underground Crafter was new! Join us as we talk about her blog, her design work, and the other interesting things she does!
Whose fault is it that I am a crochet designer? This woman! Listen in on what’s sure to be an interesting talk with the force behind
No outside guest tonight - some MBT thoughts on our industry, crochet conversations I wish would change, trade shows and which ones are for you, ads and why we are getting them
I can’t wait to share the work of Kathy Lashley from ELK Studios. Known for her fabulous accessory patterns and luscious home decor patterns, Kathy will talk to us about her site and her work
Kate Rathgaber will join us to tell us all the fun things going on across the pond in the LoveCrafts family of sites - patterns and yarn
Join me and guest Tamara Kelly as we talk about crochet in general and Moogly in particular! Moogly is a wonderful resource for patterns, reviews and giveaways
I love the DFW FiberFest! Not just because they let me teach there on occasion (like this year!), but because they support all aspects of the fiber industry, all the yarn crafts, treat their vendors and teachers with as much respect as their customers, and are just all around great folks. Micheal Cook joins us to tell us all about it!…
London Kaye has produced some amazing artworks with her crochet, both out in the wild and at industry events like the Craft and Hobby Association and Vogue Knitting Live. Join us to hear London speak about her art, and her new yarn line in collaboration with Lion Brand
Linda Dean, designer extraordinaire, will be on later in the season to talk about her design work, but tonight she’s here in her position as President of the Crochet Guild of America. What’s new and happening with the organization? Tune in, find out
Getting Loopy started its life 4/08 - almost ten years ago! And ended 12/11. I was resistant to getting sponsorship, the infrastructure was costing me a fortune, and most importantly I felt like I was repeating myself - ranting at the wind, having said everything I had to say on the state of crochet. Boy have times changed! So much new and diff ...…
Join us as we talk to Stacey Trock of Fresh Stitches as she tells us about her adorable new book, Cuddly Crochet: Adorable Hats, Toys and More!
Artist and avid crochet Susan Huxley joins us to talk about crochet as art, and hoe to sell your finished crochet work successfully. Please join us!
This is a very interesting episode in which Halos of Hope president Pam Haschke gives us some truly indepth info on how best to create chemo caps for those who need them.
Join us as we talk to Melissa Horozewski, authough of the luscious new book Austentatious Crochet, from Running Press.
Our own Andee Graves/Mamas2Hands is on Getting Loopy tonight, where we will chat about teaching children how to crochet.
The very busy and incredibly talented Robyn Chachula joins us to talk about her newest book - Crochet Stitches Visual Encyclopedia. Please join us!
Interweave Crochet editor Marcy Smith joins us to talk about the new Best of Interweave Crochet book, and Crochet Traditions magazine.
Producer and co-host of the Lion Brand YarnCraft podcast Zontee Hou joins me to talk about the ins and outs of podcasting - and why YOU should go start your own!
Author, designer and she who crocheted a sweater for the Mr. Rogers statur in Pittsburgh, Alicia Kachmar joins us on Getting Loopy! Check it out!
Marly and Jill are the authors of Curvy Crochet from Leisure Arts, and Marly, of course, is the host of the popular Yarnthing podcast. Please join us!
Lily is the star of some fabulous new crochet DVDs and wants to tell us all about them. Please join us!
Candi Jensen, crochet and knit designer extraordinaire, joins us to talk about season five of Knit and Crochet Now!, which just finished taping. Can't wait!
Benjamin Levisay is the CEO of XRX, publishers of products including Knitter's magazine, and producers of the wildly popular Stitches events. Benjamin has been working hard the last few months to make the Stitches events more crochet-friendly, let's hear more about what he is planning!
It has been suggested to me that on nights I don't have a guest lined up I might try selecting a theme ahead of time to get some more audience participation. There is a lot going on with charity crochet right now - I have several projects I want to tell you about - so that's what I selected for tonight's theme!…
Tonight, we will speak with Amy of Dexter Yarn Company, who is re-releasing an amazing collection of early 20th century thread crochet pattern booklets.
Author and designer Ellen Gormley joins us to tell her all about her new book, Go Crochet: Afghan Design Workbook. Please join us!
Sponsored by the Crochet Liberation Front!
Linda is going to make her second appearance on the show to tell us all about her new book!
Join us as we talk with designer Kimberly McAlindin!
Some of our fabulous friends from Red Heart will be joining us this evening to talk about the company's 75th anniversary.
Karen Ratto Whooley and Amy Shelton join us this evening representing the National Board of the Crochet Guild of America. Join us!
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