Best Quilt podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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In this episode of The Stitch TV Show, we filmed in front of a studio audience for a round of “How should I quilt this?! Check out pictures of the tops over on our website. Our next Virtual Stitch-In is September 14 at 7 pm US Eastern, and our next quilting book club is Aug 24th at 7pm US Eastern. This is the audio-only version of the YouTube v ...…
 
Joann joined us to talk about her quilting life. She owned a quilting shop in the 1970s and 1980s. She talks about the development of the quilting industry, and shares with us her quilting life.
 
Amy talks to us about her quilting life, including making patterns and collecting a lot of rulers! We also talk about growing up with a mom who owned a quilt shop. (See part 2, with her mom!)
 
Barbara Brackman talks to us about her life, her gathering of quilt blocks for the Encyclopedia work in patchwork and applique in the 1970s and 1980s. She is a rock star quilt historian. It was quite thrilled to chat with her!
 
I've been working on a quilt for 4 years and today I'm binding the edges and reflecting on the mistakes I've made, and what I've learned along the way. Read more here: https://leahday.com/dream
 
Annette Williams is the talented designer behind ‘The Good Life’ design company. She creates darling embroidery, patchwork and English paper pieced designs. It’s going to be fun to learn more today about her! -------------------- You already know Tonya Alexander from her awesome projects in American Patchwork & Quilting’s family of magazines. S ...…
 
Annette Williams is the talented designer behind ‘The Good Life’ design company. She creates darling embroidery, patchwork and English paper pieced designs. It’s going to be fun to learn more today about her! -------------------- You already know Tonya Alexander from her awesome projects in American Patchwork & Quilting’s family of magazines. S ...…
 
New episode up! I chat about my progress on everything and announce the dates for the First-In-First-Out craftalong. What I've Finished: Jill redid the ribbing on her Fixation hat by Ann Weaver out of Spincycle Dyed in the Wool yarn. She unpicked the ribbing off of the hat, and knit ribbing back down on smaller needles and a few less stitches. ...…
 
Welcome back! Thanks for joining us for Episode 36. In this episode, Kristi and Dana are catching up on life, WIPs, & FOs. We're also talking about Ravelry's new Stash Color Attributes Options and what we learned about color techniques while using them. All of our show notes are given below, with information and links to everything we discussed ...…
 
Queen Victoria, Royal Bride by Gay Ann RogersGay Ann Rogers returns for an enlightening discussion about how she designed Queen Victoria, Royal Bride. But this is much more than a discussion about a design. It’s an hour of insight into what it takes to create the visual impact we all want in our stitching projects. Gay Ann shares how she makes ...…
 
By dianne@suburbanstitcher.com (Dianne Brown).
 
A good old fashioned quilting podcast catch-up as I talk about my current top pile-up (5 quilts waiting to be quilted! insanity!), our recent live filming for The Stitch TV Show to kick off the 4th season, dipping my toe back into garment sewing, and of course some books. Links to reviewed books (via Amazon Affiliate links): The Couple Next Doo ...…
 
Sweary Stitcher’s Stabby design. Wednesday has arrived once again so we’re chatting. Topics include Theresa Venette’s new sampler zine, our Sassy Jacks visit, finding needlework stores while traveling, scissor sharpening, stitch-guide writers, and the “stabby” design–Gary and Christine Sunday’s guest: Gay Ann Rogers Listen to the podcast: http: ...…
 
Mary Fons and Tula Pink were in town for Quiltfolk magazine in late June. I had the awesome honor of joining them on their shoot, and then then came back to the house for a 2 1/2 hour interview where we talked about all things quilting. They were amazing. The house will never be that cool again. For more on Tula Pink, go to http://www.tulapink. ...…
 
This week's podcast is about Facebook and my recent decision to archive my Facebook groups and minimize the time I spend on social media. I've come to realize recently that most of the popular social media platforms are extremely addictive and suck loads of time out of my day that could be spent quilting. It was also becoming a problem for my h ...…
 
Tina talked with us about her company, her love of Malaysian batiks, and her social mission in creating her business. She also talks about how batiks are made, and the challenges of creating a small business, including shipping and other things. For more on Turtle Hand Batik, go to http://www.turtlehand.com. For more on the podcast, go to www.j ...…
 
Carolyn Forster is an author and I like to think of her as the ultimate teacher. Her book are so full of information and techniques. If you are lucky enough to be able to take a workshop with her, you must! Her newest book is The Handmade Quilt, a skill building sampler. I’m all about samplers and skill building, looking forward to a few tips t ...…
 
Carolyn Forster is an author and I like to think of her as the ultimate teacher. Her book are so full of information and techniques. If you are lucky enough to be able to take a workshop with her, you must! Her newest book is The Handmade Quilt, a skill building sampler. I’m all about samplers and skill building, looking forward to a few tips t ...…
 
Trisha Rothoff stitched this.This week’s guest is Trisha Rothoff of Three Owl Threads, a multi-faceted business that provides unique charts, project bags, and a wide variety of threads. Trisha knits and quilts, in addition to doing cross stitch. In the conversation, Gary learns how to pronounce her name and all of us learn about her unique appr ...…
 
We’re home from our travels and we want to share some of our adventures with you! Check out this newest episode! Don’t forget to subscribe and leave a review for us on iTunes! We are now affiliates with Amazon so if you see a * next to a link, that will take you to Amazon. … Continue reading Traveling Episode #94…
 
In this episode of The Stitch TV Show, we chat about surface design and how to deal with different sized quilt blocks. Our next Virtual Stitch-In is August 10 at 7 pm US Eastern, and our next quilting book club is Aug 24th at 7pm US Eastern. This is the audio-only version of the YouTube video, produced as a quilting podcast. See show notes, lin ...…
 
Regina Sharp’s design.It’s the middle of the week once again and we’re talking about being Stabby, setting up stitching in St. Louis, Fiber Talk at Sassy Jacks in August, the RSN Book of Embroidery, Victoria Becker’s Gay Ann Rogers Queen Elizabeth I project, and bullet boxes for storing Kreinik spools. Sunday’s guest: Trisha Rothoff, Three Owl ...…
 
Jenny Doan is...well, Jenny Doan! She has taught a generation of us how to quilt on YouTube, and Missouri Start Quilt Company in Hamilton, MO is a quilt destination point for many, many quilters. We are thrilled to chat with her, and for this interview, Judy Walker (a professional journalist!) joins us, which was awesome too. For more on Missou ...…
 
This week I'm sharing about my inner negative voice and how I overcame this challenge to my life and business by making a quilt about it! Check out the Shadow Self quilt and read and watch more videos on the design process here: https://leahday.com/shadowself
 
This is kind of a part 2 of the Suzy Webster interview. Now we have her mom too (and her kid)! They talk about their award winning quilts, applique, and also, we talk with a young quilter who discusses what he loves about quilting and even see a quilt he made and long-arm quilted himself. Suzy is an author of quilt books. Listen to part 1 for m ...…
 
Suzy talks to us about her quilting life, including writing quilting books. She is also an award winning quilter (you have to listen to part 2 for that!).
 
We went on a fieldtrip to Atlanta, where we were able to see the amazing exhibit, Art and Craft of Activism at the Museum of Design Atlanta. We talked with Laura Flusche, the Executive Director of the Museum. (I'm not sure if it was explicit, but the content is a little more mature than usual, and so I labeled it "explicit"). For more, visit ht ...…
 
A Merry Wind Farm sampler. Melinda Cole of Merry Wind Farm joins us this week. We really enjoyed talking with Melinda about stitching in general, how she got hooked on reproduction samplers, her charting process, how she chooses colors, and a variety of other topics. Merry Wind Farm produces some beautiful samplers and we hope you enjoy our con ...…
 
A brief quilting podcast this week as I catch up on my pile-up of quilt tops, including one that I can’t even remember what it looks like! Gah. We’re also busy pattern writing and prepping for various upcoming events, including our live filming for The Stitch TV Show on August 4 at Red Hen Stitch Shop! Stop by for some laughs and fun, and submi ...…
 
We visited Intown Quilters in Decatur, GA when we were on our Atlanta adventure. We walk around the shop and learn more about it. This is definetely raw audio. (We are shopping at a couple of points). But I thought I would throw it up on the podcast anyway. Here is a link to the shop: https://www.intownquilters.com…
 
How do you win a ribbon at a quilt show? What are judges looking for and is there a way to "game" the system so you have a better chance of winning? Learn more about quilt shows and hear Leah's advice on the best style of quilt to compete with. Find the show notes here: https://leahday.com/QuiltShow
 
You may want to own this book from RSN.Have you ever wondered why it’s spelled Wednesday instead of Wendsday? We don’t talk about that this week, but we do talk about lost needles, canvas on the top or bottom of stretcher bars, Christine’s magnet-gluing skills, and the RSN method for adding side tension to scroll bars. Sunday’s guest: Melinda C ...…
 
Pam sat down with us to talk about protest quilts, our Just Wanna Quilt project, and we even get her to curse about how the general media discounts quilting as something only (uncool) grandmother's do. So, yes, we get to put "explicit" on this one.
 
Sue, an art quilter and an author, and also one of the key organizers of Threads of Resistance comes to talk to us about the latest controversy with the exhibit and also many things quilty. For more on the exhibit: www.threadsofresistance.com. And find out more at our website too, www.justwannaquilt.com.…
 
I love antique quilts and reading about the people who made them. It’s a joy to open Lynn Miller’s website Vintage and Antique to read the stories she has written about quilt makers from the past. Lynn often writes a series of articles so it’s very fun to dive deep into the background behind either the maker or sometimes the collectors. ======= ...…
 
I love antique quilts and reading about the people who made them. It’s a joy to open Lynn Miller’s website Vintage and Antique to read the stories she has written about quilt makers from the past. Lynn often writes a series of articles so it’s very fun to dive deep into the background behind either the maker or sometimes the collectors. ======= ...…
 
Is everyone having a good summer? Here's a short update from me! What I've Finished: Jill did all the finishing on Karen's Frenchie by Sara Elizabeth Kellner out of Cascade 220 in Mustard and Natural. Her Rav page here. She also finished spinning a gradient out of Oink Pigments Knotty Fluff in Sunny with a Chance of Peaches, Melon-Choly, Multi- ...…
 
Passport pincushion by Theresa Venette. This week’s guest is Theresa Venette of Shakespeare’s Peddler. It’s a wide-ranging discussion about all things needlework including cross-stitch design, samplers, reproduction samplers, framing, male stitchers, Dimension kits, and needlework police. We also learn about Theresa’s upcoming zine publication ...…
 
Welcome to Episode 48 of Sit & Sew Radio, a Quilt Addicts Anonymous podcast. This week our guest is pattern and fabric designer Jessica VanDenburgh of Sew Many Creations. I've known Jessica for a few years from meeting her at various quilting industry events, and I spoke with her at Quilt Market in Portland about her brand-new fabric line, Gyps ...…
 
In this episode of The Stitch TV Show, Lynn and I chat about making your own alternate colorways, and what we think the qualities of a good quilt shop are. Our next Virtual Stitch-In is August 10 at 7 pm US Eastern, and our next quilting book club is July 27th, 7pm US Eastern. This is the audio-only version of the YouTube video, produced as a q ...…
 
Carla Treimer talks to us about Quilts Beyond Borders and her quilting life. For more information on Quilts Beyond Borders: https://quiltsbeyondborders.wordpress.com/, and we also have more information at our webpage: www.justwannaquilt.com. Carla also has a quilt in the Houston Quilt Festival this November 2018.…
 
Arlene Cohen’s Coloris testing. It’s amazing how Wednesday shows up at this time every week. Do not fear. We are prepared with an other Midweek Chat. Christine’s paying job in the way this week so Arlene Cohen of Works by ABC was kind enough to fill in for a conversation about FlossTube techniques, Coloris, stitching history, Jane Wood, Arlene’ ...…
 
I'm up to my elbows in apple cider vinegar and baking soda as I scrub all the remaining rusty pieces of my Singer 12 - a treadle sewing machine originally made in 1880. In this episode I chat about the cleaning process, what I've learned along the way and share about the new Leaf Peepers Quilt Along I'm co-hosting with Sheri Cilfaldi-Morrill fr ...…
 
Nancy tells us about her life as a sewing educator, as she travels around the country for Viking, Pfaff and Singer.
 
Welcome back! Thanks for joining us for Episode 35. In this episode, Kristi and Dana are catching up on life, WIPs, & FOs. All of our show notes are given below, with information and links to everything we discussed in this episode. Let us know if you can't find any information you need. As always, we would love to hear from you! Is there a top ...…
 
Kelly comes to talk to us about all things having to do with thread, embrodiery, and stabliziers! And yes, that's her real title: Creator of Opportunities. And she is amazing.
 
I take the show on the road and tell you about my travels! ================ Visit American Patchwork & Quilting at www.allpeoplequilt.com. Visit host Pat Sloan at www.patsloan.com. ================ BONUS for our podcast subscribers! Get 60% off a subscription to American Patchwork & Quilting. Visit www.allpeoplequilt.com/deal and use coupon cod ...…
 
I take the show on the road and tell you about my travels! ================ Visit American Patchwork & Quilting at www.allpeoplequilt.com. Visit host Pat Sloan at www.patsloan.com. ================ BONUS for our podcast subscribers! Get 60% off a subscription to American Patchwork & Quilting. Visit www.allpeoplequilt.com/deal and use coupon cod ...…
 
In this episode of the quilting podcast, I open with some talk of the giant list of things to do before Quilt Market, much of which does not include quilting, but does include other things like woodworking, graphic design, and writing. I also talk about a couple recent finishes, like the one in the header image! Links to reviewed books (via Ama ...…
 
Lee talks to us about being a professional within the quilting industry.
 
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