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Every quilt has a story to tell. Tracy, Lori and Ginger from Quilting Daily cover the full spectrum of experience, from a third-generation quilter to a practicing novice, and pull inspiration from their distinct backgrounds. Each episode features a patchwork of in-depth conversations and engaging stories that appeal to quilters of all skill levels and all quilting genres.
 
Welcome to the American Patchwork & Quilting podcast, a podcast aimed at making your quilting life more fun and creative, while connecting with quilters just like you. Join the staff of the magazines you love for a great episode filled with tips and tricks. This podcast is sponsored by Baby Lock. Enjoy! Visit www.allpeoplequilt.com/podcast to see our complete podcast archives!
 
Join us as the Connecting Threads team explores all things quilting. Each season the Connecting Threads host will embark on an adventure of fabrics, threads, and everything quilting. From behind the scenes stories to our favorite tips and tricks, listen in as we chat about our passion for sewing. More information available at our website: ConnectingThreads.com.
 
As a modern quilter and founder of the Great British Quilter Challenge on Instagram, Sarah Ashford has spent the last 3 years galvanising and championing British quilters and the quilting industry. In this series, Sarah speaks to British quilt designers, fabric companies and shop owners, to share behind the scenes stories and to discuss what it means to be a part of the British quilting community today. Guests also share their top tips for quilting and social media, which we know you're goin ...
 
Mel Giedroyc is quilting. No really, she’s making a quilt. Each week on this brand new podcast follow along as Mel Giedroyc and her presenter pal Andy Bush add to their patchwork quilt with new squares of material donated by friends, famous types and most importantly the listeners! They’ll find out the stories behind the fabrics, develop their sewing skills and naturally, have a big old chat. And a cup of tea. And probably some biscuits. A Somethin' Else production.
 
Conversations with quilters, designers, tool-makers, all kinds of people connected to the quilting industry. Hobby quilters, famous quilters, and everyone in between. A research podcast from Tulane Law School hosted by Elizabeth Townsend Gard. Yes, some talk about copyright and intellectual property law too and how it connects to quilting.
 
Take a deep dive into the world of contemporary art quilting with your hosts Susan Brubaker Knapp and Vivika Hansen DeNegre. Listen and learn as they explore how art and stitch intersect in with passionate creativity unique to the art quilting community. Make the Quilting Arts Podcast part of your story! www.quiltingdaily.com/category/quilting-arts-podcast/
 
For years the picture of the man with the oxcart has hung on the wall of her Aunt and Uncle's house. It never occurred to Tory that one day she might actually find herself in the picture. She frees Neal, an imp who has been imprisoned in Castle Hildegard for two hundred years. Together, they journey through the world of the Kingdom Trees, racing to break the spell that has bound the world together - in war. King Delphic is bent on taking the spell for himself, and becoming monarch of all. To ...
 
Me Being Crafty is a podcast about creativity and what that means to people. Listen for stories from artists, quilt shop owners, fabric designers, quilt designers, clothing designers, musicians, and more. We'll talk about being a creative person, building a community to support you in your creative journey, stepping out of your comfort zone, working in various creative industries and more. This show is published twice a week.
 
The Quilting Life on the Written Page, as read to you by award-winning author Frances O'Roark Dowell (Birds in the Air, Margaret Goes Modern, Dovey Coe, Shooting the Moon). In Season One, Friendship Album, 1933, tells a heart-warming story of strangers brought together by quilting and made into family. In Season Two, Dowell reads Aunt Jane of Kentucky by Eliza Calvert Hall. First published in 1907 and set in rural western Kentucky in the late nineteenth century, the book recounts an elderly ...
 
A podcast for quilters about quilters. It's been said that every quilt has a story and it's so true. I wanted to hear about the people behind these wonderful quilts and thought you'd enjoy hearing about their lives, also. Enjoy meandering through the episodes to find out about the very interesting people behind the quilts!
 
Start a new family's tradition this year with The Cinnamon Bear! This old time radio classic was originally broadcast in 1937 across Portland's airwaves. Children gathered nightly beginning at Thanksgiving until Christmas. Now you can, too! Join Judy and Jimmy through the enchanted world of Maybeland to recover their missing Silver Star that belongs on their Christmas tree. Helping on the search is the Cinnamon Bear, a stuffed bear with shoe-button eyes and a green ribbon around his neck. Th ...
 
Welcome to Sit & Sew Radio, a Quilt Addicts Anonymous podcast with Stephanie Soebbing. Hear interviews with influential and interesting people in the quilting world, learn about new quilting books and notions and hear some fun quilting stories. Listen to each new episode while you are sewing. Produced by Quilt Addicts Anonymous blogger, teacher and pattern designer Stephanie Soebbing.
 
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.
 
Our vision is to create a place where people can come and see what businesses do behind the scenes. What's the real motivations behind what they do. Before you take the time to give your money away to just another poorly run business we want you to be able to see who's running those businesses and how they actually are. At the NH Business Show you're able to get the real behind the scenes of companies and get to know the dreams that drive them. Let's make some history. www.NHBusinessShow.com ...
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1232 Founded in 1963, Creation Moments remains committed to building up the Church and enlightening the world to the wonder of God's creation. For nearly three decades, this ministry's radio broadcast has proclaimed the truth of biblical creation throughout the world and has provided irrefutable evidence that the Bible can be trusted from the very first verse to the last. In addition to its radio outreach, Creation ...
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.elsitiocristiano.com/donate/1232 Founded in 1963, Creation Moments remains committed to building up the Church and enlightening the world to the wonder of God's creation. For nearly three decades, this ministry's radio broadcast has proclaimed the truth of biblical creation throughout the world and has provided irrefutable evidence that the Bible can be trusted from the very first verse to the last. In addition to its radio outreach, C ...
 
A podcast adaptation of stories from the fiction collection A Consternation of Monsters, by Eric Fritzius. A consternation, as you should remember from grade school, is the collective noun for monsters. It is therefore a fitting title for a collection of short stories that each contain monsters of various sorts and shades. In these tales, a creature of make-believe proves difficult to disbelieve, a trickster-god takes an unkindly interest in witnesses, eldritch horrors can be summoned using ...
 
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Kate is a long time crafter, mom, and as of today, former Connecting Threads podcast host. Now that her first project is lovingly on display in her craft space, she must bid you all adieu as she prepares to mosey on down the quilted road. But before she goes, she managed to sneak in one last chat with her good friends over at Connecting Threads. On…
 
Jenny Doan joins Tracy, Lori and Ginger—get ready to laugh! Of course, we talk about how her town Hamilton, Missouri, became a quilting destination, but we also talk about how Jenny learned to sew and why her parents insisted upon signing her up for 4-H. Kristina Whitney is our guest for the Fine Finishes segment. She is a HandiQuilter educator who…
 
On today’s show, we’re talking about precuts: why we love them, tips for using them, and how we store them. Many quilters love precut fabrics, so this is our little ode to them. We also chat with Jessica VanDenburgh of Sew Many Creations. You’ll love hearing all the tips she shares about bag-making, using cork fabric, and more. For more resources f…
 
Choosing a Sewing Machine with Confidence is a huge topic and can be a very daunting task when you are looking for a new sewing machine. I break down the types of machines into categories of features to look for and research tips. I also define these features to give a better understanding of what they do and how they can be utilized ie what is dua…
 
At the end of every year, it is a common practice for artists to take stock of their accomplishments, reflect on their goals, and set a fresh path for creativity. Making a commitment to goals that influence your artwork can be a life-changing experience. Susan and Vivika take different approaches to their practices. The important thing is to find a…
 
Our guest on ST is Gina Adams, a contemporary hybrid artist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. She joins us to discuss her striking and ongoing series of Broken Treaty Quilts. A descendant of both Indigenous Peoples (the Ojibwe tribe) and colonial Americans, Adams re-purposes antique quilts in order to create art works documenting the various tr…
 
To celebrate the 10 year podcastiversary of Hip to be a Square, I brought on special guest and the reason I got into podcasting, Allison Rosen from Within a Quarter Inch. Catch up with Allison and I in a slightly more-personal-than-quilty discussion about crafting, kids, digital learning, divorce, the pandemic, home improvements, really detailed cr…
 
Haute couture flower by Stephanie Bonneau. Stephanie Bonneau, of Atelier Saint Clare, returns this week for a second conversation. Our first conversation with Stephanie was October 18. In that first conversation, we learned about Stephanie’s career and experiences in the needle arts. We did not have enough time to explore the many years she has spe…
 
Sirimavo Bandaranaike was elected prime minster of Sri Lanka, or Ceylon as it was known then, in 1960 following the assassination of her husband, Solomon Bandaranaike and became the first female prime minister in the world. We hear from Dr Asanga Welikala about her legacy. Plus the first Arab leader to visit Israel, the former hostage taken captive…
 
Our guest is Daniel Hege, the Special Guest Conductor for the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra. We're pleased to welcome Hege back to StudioTulsa as he'll soon conduct the TSO in a Radio Broadcast Concert that will air later this month on our sister station, Classical 88.7 KWTU-FM. The pre-recorded, broadcast-only concert will be heard on Saturday the 28th…
 
In this episode, host Sarah Ashford chats with Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon Roses. Laura talks about how she got the quilting bug when her husband bought her a sewing machine when her daughter was born. From then Laura went on to teach herself all she could about sewing, and now designs beautiful patterns, that she sells worldwide. Laura also…
 
Our guest is Katherine May, a writer of fiction as well as nonfiction based in the seaside community of Whitstable, England. She joins us to discuss her enjoyable new book, "Wintering," which draws many engaging and far-flung lessons from literature, history, nature, and mythology about the transformative -- and even inspiring -- power of rest, ret…
 
How will the current pandemic affect our upcoming holiday season? And what lessons from history, politics, and pop culture might help us answer this question? Our guest is Denise Kiernan, an author, journalist, and producer whose previous two books, "The Last Castle" and "The Girls of Atomic City," were bestsellers. She joins us to talk about her n…
 
On this edition of ST, we profile a novel and interesting group exhibit now on view at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art on the OU campus in Norman; "OK/LA" is up through March 7th of 2021. As per the museum's website : "This exhibition features the work of six former Oklahomans who left the state in the late 1950s for Los Angeles: Patrick Blackwell…
 
Hello, I hope all is well. Before I get into this week’s episode I would like to start out by expressing my excitement and gratitude for the recent election results. I’m glad we voted and I’m excited about the changes that are to come! While we are on the topic of the future I’m excited to introduce you all to a new project that we are working on a…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.elsitiocristiano.com/donate/1232/29Psalm 103:1-5 Bless the Lord, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits: Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases; Who redeemeth thy life from destruction; wh…
 
Find out more about The Sisters B! Sierra https://seamslikesierra.com https://www.instagram.com/sierraburrell/Sierra Sierra's IGTV interview with Erica of My Body Model: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CFQcQ8BgKkH/ Sierra is excited to sew up some garments for fall that she sketched and planned. She used My Body Model to customize a croquis and the Se…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1232/29Psalm 103:1-5 Bless the Lord, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits: Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases; Who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowne…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.elsitiocristiano.com/donate/1232/29John 11:49-50 And one of them, named Caiaphas, being the high priest that same year, said unto them, Ye know nothing at all, Nor consider that it is expedient for us, that one man should die for the people, and that the whole nation perish not.…
 
My Favorite Murder presents the first episode of I Saw What You Did where Millie and Danielle talk about THE HONEYMOON KILLERS (1970) and HEAVENLY CREATURES (1994), and Danielle's grandmother explains the life lessons we can learn from horror movies. Listen and subscribe to I Saw What You Did on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you li…
 
Our guest is Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett, a noted expert on both psychology and neuroscience who's also a University Distinguished Professor at Northeastern University in Boston. She tells us about her new book, "Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain." As was noted of this book in a starred review in Kirkus: "An excellent education in brain science…
 
Today on the NH Business Show I speak with Andy Nazzaro, owner of Andy's Local Spotlight. Andy spotlights local businesses and helps bring attention to their services. Get more from Andy's Local Spotlight: https://www.instagram.com/andyslocalspotlight https://www.facebook.com/andyslocalspotlight Leave reviews and/or subscribe! Please, it's helpful:…
 
In 1985 a group of anonymous female artists in New York began dressing up with gorilla masks on their heads and putting up fly-posters around the city's museums and galleries. We hear from two of the original Guerrilla Girls, who launched a campaign to demand greater representation for women and minorities in the art world. Also on the programme, t…
 
Our guest is Emily Contois, Assistant Professor of Media Studies here at The University of Tulsa. Her new book, which she tells us about, is "Diners, Dudes, and Diets: How Gender and Power Collide in Food Media and Culture." It is, per Library Journal, "a fascinating work of cultural studies that makes evident the continued power and threat of expl…
 
(Note: This discussion originally aired back in August.) How do we learn? And how do we learn best? What are the most effective ways of educating today? Our guest is Dr. Sanjay Sarma, who's the leader of the Open Learning program at MIT. He joins us to discuss his book, "Grasp." This pioneering work looks at the science of learning -- i.e., how the…
 
Earlier this year, in its landmark McGirt v. Oklahoma decision, the United States Supreme Court ruled that, regarding the Major Crimes Act, much of the eastern part of our state remains as Native American land, since that land was never disestablished by Congress. So, how is McGirt playing out now in court rooms and legal offices across Oklahoma? A…
 
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