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Sewing Club

Kylie Brule & Gemma Thebault

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Get ready for an electrifying rendezvous as sewing sensations Kylie Brule, the powerhouse behind Kylie and the Machine, and Gemma Thebault, the dazzling force of Sewing Gem, come together to unleash a whirlwind of sewing splendor! Join us as we dive headfirst into the world of stitches, fabrics, and creativity, exploring the hottest trends, most enticing patterns, breaking news, and a whole lot more. It's a sewing extravaganza you won't want to miss! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy fo ...
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Sew & So...

Flint Rock LLC, BERNINA

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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.
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Sew organised style- listen to people just like you. We'll cover sewing, style and interview people who are the backbone of our sewing community and provide you with reputable organisations you can go to for help when you need it. Go to our website: https://seworganisedstylepodcast.com/ There will be evolving playlist series as we find experts with gems of information and resources to keep you creative. Don't keep our podcast channel a secret. Tell your friends and rate us on Itunes.
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Sew Powerful Parables will tickle your funny bone, touch your heart and offer you a new way to experience God’s truth. Jesus often used parables to communicate His most important messages. Dana Buck picks up that tradition in a poetic, rhyming style that makes listening easy and enjoyable. All ages will love these stories full of memorable characters, insightful lessons and just plain fun.
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InSEWmniacs

Jenny Hassler & Moira Asheland

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A mother-daughter team who rarely sleep, always sew, and sometimes compare notes. Join us as we explore identity, inclusivity, and all things sewing.
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Welcome to the The Sew Flipping Extra Podcast A platform for me to Express, Explore, Connect and over all be Sew Flipping Extra… why because that brings me joy. I'd like to describe this podcast as a Self-Improvement podcast. I mostly hope to make you laugh but i'm not gonna lie, you might cry too, as well as think and grow through conversations with other experts in their field.
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The podcast for people who love to sew – from the people who love to write about sewing! Brought to you by the editors of Threads magazine, this insightful podcast takes on topics important to sewing enthusiasts. Listen in for humor, wisdom, and opinions from expert guests and the Threads staff as they discuss sewing techniques, fashion design, fitting conundrums, and more. Use your ears to become a better sewer! Hear the talent behind the world’s top garment-sewing magazine.
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Love to Sew Podcast

Caroline Somos & Helen Wilkinson : Sewing Enthusiasts and Entrepreneurs

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Helen Wilkinson and Caroline Somos host Love to Sew, a fun weekly podcast about making clothes, sewing community, and small business. They talk about their passion for sewing a handmade wardrobe and their daily lives as creative entrepreneurs. Listen to interviews with indie business owners and inspiring sewists who totally understand your obsession with sewing.
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Dive deep into the vibrant world of sewing with the award-winning Stitch Please podcast, an official show of Black Women Stitch – the sewing group where Black lives matter. Uniquely crafted for those who love sewing, this sewing podcast is a gem that centers around Black women, girls, and femmes, weaving threads of creativity, technique, and passion with every episode. Hosted by Lisa Woolfork, a 6th generation sewing enthusiast, this podcast not only mirrors her ardor for the craft but also ...
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Three sewists from different backgrounds discuss sewing trends, new releases, techniques, patterns... anything sewing-related is fair game! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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We love to make things with our own two hands, things like clothes, book illustrations, delicious meals...and a vibrant, mindful life! To be fully lit up! This is the In Kinship Podcast, and I am your host, Tina VanDenburg. I'm a maker and I imagine you might be a maker too, and you stumbled upon this podcast because maybe you want to elevate your life as a maker. In this podcast, we're gonna explore the idea of living a vibrant, fully awake life as a person who loves to create things.
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A slightly chaotic podcast about all things quilting. Join Amanda as she discusses the ups and downs of quilting, interviews famous and not-so-famous quilters, and navigates life as a modern millennial maker. Trust us, this is not your granny’s quilt show. Follow Amanda on Instagram at @notyourgrannysquiltshow
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A podcast about knitting, crocheting, sewing, and other fiber arts. Hosted by Greg Cohoon (KnittingDaddy on Ravelry) and Pam Maher (pammaher on Ravelry). Follow along as we talk about our knitting and explore books written by popular knitting authors.
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Sew Quest

Spool & Spindle

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Adventures in sewing and life. We (Erin and Caroline from Spool & Spindle - an online fabric store located in Waterloo, Ontario) answer questions about sewing and other things that you want to know about.
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This podcast highlights the ordinary task of gutter cleaning and demonstrates how it can be turned into an extraordinary service offered to the public that can net six figures. Gutter cleaning is generally seen as a side hustle and not a serious business venture, but it can be if the right steps are followed.
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Sew Taco

Gerald & Elena Flores

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This is the power team (husband and wife) who run the popular and successful brands (Taco Gear® & Sew Bonita). We talk about the stories, fun times and challenges that come with running an online brand and anything else that crosses our mind.
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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 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 what is ...
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Welcome to Ripstop on the Record. The podcast for makers, by makers. Where we talk about all things Make Your Own Gear (MYOG). You'll hear from gear companies, textile engineers, cottage vendors, and other leaders in the Textiles + Outdoor Gear industry. Brought to you by Ripstop by the Roll.
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Host Stephanie Socha, a residential interior designer and maker presents a creative lifestyle podcast for those who love to sew, quilt, knit, decorate and make things for the home. This podcast is for the maker who loves to dabble in many types of hobbies, mainly sewing and quilting, but also knitting, paper crafts (Cricut) gardening and interior decorating. There are a mix of guest interviews and solo episodes where I present an informative topic and/or educational "how to" on specific make ...
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Northern Knits Podcast

Northern Knits Podcast

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We are two Canadian friends who love to craft, caffeinate, and converse about fibery goodness. Come join us for some expert enabling, carefree craft alongs, and of course the chaotic unscripted Patreon ads. Diana hacks the planet by day (cyber security) and games and crafts by night. Her love of dinosaurs is beaten only by her love of textured knits. By day you can find Jocelyn proving that going blind doesn’t mean slowing down. At night you can find her caring for her tiny tuxedoed dictator ...
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I've learned more about myself in my 40s than I did at any other time in my life. Follow the conversations of a nonbinary dad as they chat about masculinity, social issues, feminism, parenthood, body image, mental health, and more with experts and friends from around the world.
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This is a show for burnt-out fashion designers (and TDs, PDs, patternmakers and beyond) who want more flexibility while still doing work they love. As a freelance fashion designer, you can build your fashion career on your own terms. Freelancing in fashion is the only way to get freedom in your day (instead of being tied to a desk). Whether you want to earn extra money on the side, fund your fashion brand, or replace your salary, the FDGP podcast will help you get there. Listen in for action ...
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Sit & Sew Radio

Quilt Addicts Anonymous

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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.
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Welcome to the Knot Sew Crafty Gorgons, home of the two craftiest Gorgons, Jesii & Heather! Through podcasting we hope to share the weirder, darker and funnier sides of crafting through the context of history, personal experience, and current trends. We can be loud, ridiculous and wrong but hopefully you enjoy your time with us anyway
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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, Amanda Carestio and Kate Zaynard 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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Sew Inspired is all about sewing, where we discuss projects, products, personal stories about how we got into the sewing world, what we like to sew, sewing mistakes, and more. Our goal is to inspire and connect with fellow sewing enthusiasts, providing valuable insights, tips, and stories from the world of sewing. We believe that sewing is not just a hobby, but a form of art, expression, and creativity, and we aim to share our passion for sewing through engaging discussions and conversations ...
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The Sewing Buddy is here to help you learn to sew. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, Sewing Buddy has something for you. You can view our instructional videos produced by Simplicity.com (www.simplicity.com) or read our daily tips and share some of your own. www.sewingbuddy.blogspot.com
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Let's get real, this whole raising tiny humans thing is wild. That's why I created a place where parents, caregivers, teachers, and experts come together to create the modern parenting village. We can support one another on this crazy journey so it doesn't have to be this hard.
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Ann Brauer’s work has been featured in numerous museums, institutions and private collections including the American Museum of Art + Design, the Lodge at Turning Stone in Verona, NY, the Federal District Courthouse in Springfield, MA and Pat Metheny. When born on a farm in Illinois, her grandmother made a postage stamp quilt made from feed sack clo…
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Have you been sewing since you've stopped work full time or are you still finding your way? Maxine Dunn is Dunncorner on Instagram and she's a SewOver50 follower. Maxine tells her story and shares how she's using this time to increase her skills in sewing and not just for herself. Living close to Papercut Patterns, she's had a first hand view of wh…
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Send me a Message Welcome to another Episode of the Sew Flipping Extra Podcast! A platform for me to express, explore, connect and over all be Sew Flipping Extra... why because that brings me joy. What if you had to navigate the roller coaster of raising a teenager? Join me, Dani Dawks, as I recount the surreal experience of raising my now 18-year-…
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Anxiety and depression can be formidable foes. But there is light in the darkness...Written by Dana BuckNarrated by Ashley AshbeckAdditional Voices Provided by Faith Ashbeck, Janairie Capps, Toby Capps and Kim PrattDevotional Thoughts Narrated by Dana BuckProduced by Beneath Blue Skies ProductionsMusic Credit: Adobe Music - "Soft Ambient Corporate …
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EP 19 Sewing Fails. What is your definition of a fail? What is one of favorite sewing fail finished garments? What is a common sewing fail for you? Any tips for avoiding sewing fails? Insewmniacs is created, performed, edited and produced by Jenny Hassler and Moira Asheland. Please check us out on Instagram at @insewmniacs @johassler @atomicbabycos…
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A hole in a bone awl must have been one of the great drivers of human expansion in its beginnings. For hundreds of thousands of years, early hominid species did not need much shelter; the climate in most of Africa made it unnecessary. However, as they expanded further north, the fossil record shows how they became sheltered. No clothing has been pr…
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Send us a Text Message. Zpacks is well known for a lot of things. One of which is that they produce all of their gear here in the US. What this means is that they need to hire and train nearly 100 people to make all of this gear. In this episode, we talk to Rob Kibitz, Training Manager at Zpacks about the course that he designed, the techniques the…
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Intentionality. And if there's one thing that my guest on this episode has in spades, it's intentionality! From her self-built, off-grid tiny house compound (her words!) to her work as a textile artist, clothing and sewing pattern designer, and garment construction instructor, Ann Tilley lives in her values and on her own terms and she's a joy to b…
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In part 2 of Sewing and Sublimation, Lisa dives into her passion for crafting, spilling the beans on her sewing and sublimation adventures. She chats about how she jazzes up her kids' clothes and whips up cool fabric labels with sublimation. Lisa breaks down the pros and cons of sublimation printing, revealing its magic in her DIY projects. She get…
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Welcome to Episode 380 of our knitting and crochet podcast! We are Jocelyn and Diana, two Canadian friends who love to craft, caffeinate, and converse about fibery goodness. Come join us for some expert enabling, carefree craft alongs, and of course the chaotic unscripted Patreon ads. Content 00:00 Musical Intro 00:30 Chatting 4:15 Projects 4:35 My…
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Welcome to Episode 379 of our knitting and crochet podcast! We are Jocelyn and Diana, two Canadian friends who love to craft, caffeinate, and converse about fibery goodness. Come join us for some expert enabling, carefree craft alongs, and of course the chaotic unscripted Patreon ads. Other Links Fireweed Fibre Co. https://fireweedfibreco.com/ Get …
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Welcome to Episode 378 of our knitting and crochet podcast! We are Jocelyn and Diana, two Canadian friends who love to craft, caffeinate, and converse about fibery goodness. Come join us for some expert enabling, carefree craft alongs, and of course the chaotic unscripted Patreon ads. Content 00:00 Musical Intro 00:30 Chatting 7:25 Raspberry Orange…
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You're listening to Voices of Your Village, and today I get to hang out with Greer Kirshenbaum. Greer's awesome. She is an author and a neuroscientist, a doula, infant and family sleep specialist, and a mom. She trained at the University of Toronto, Columbia University, New York University, and Yale. Greer has combined her academic training with he…
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This week on the podcast, Lisa spills the beans on her Paris fabric shopping spree! Get the lowdown on how to prepare, how to find the best fabric haunts, and mastering the metro. Plus, she’s got tips on charming the shopkeepers like a pro. Grab a snack, pull up a comfy chair, and get ready for an exciting adventure with a Sewist in Paris! ======= …
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Send us a Text Message. Show Notes Discount Code: RBTR100 (Ends August 17th, 2024 at 11:59 PM EST) Fabrics Mentioned: 4 way stretch mesh apparel fabric **Link past episodes from francesca and matt Aluminum Frame Stays from SOCKDOLAGER From Riverside: In this episode, the hosts and guests share stories of DIY failures and monstrosities in various ca…
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Host Heather Zager welcomes Jay Arbetman, owner of The Sourcing District, a fabric and textile products sales agency, to the show to talk in-depth about fabric supply. Jay was, as he says, born into the industry. He started working in the family business - coat manufacturing in the Chicago area - at age 14 and has been in the fabric business ever s…
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Ep 21 Closures. What is your favorite type of closure? What type of closure do you hate? Any common closure mistakes? Best closure tips? We also take a break to talk about Gertie, Charm Patterns, and retro sewing patterns. Insewmniacs is created, performed, edited and produced by Jenny Hassler and Moira Asheland. Please check us out on Instagram at…
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Archaeologists in Peru have made a groundbreaking discovery1: the remains of a 4,000-year-old temple and theater. This finding promises to significantly enhance our understanding of ancient religious practices and social structures in the Andes. Field Museum scientist Luis Muro Ynoñán with the carving of a mythological bird creature in La Otra Band…
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Is scope creep devouring your profits and your freelance pricing sabotaging your success? Even seasoned freelance fashion designers can struggle with project-based pricing! Experience doesn't make you immune to scope creep and pricing pitfalls. Let's dig into the challenges of project-based pricing and how to ensure your projects don’t go over scop…
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In Episode 215, Greg and Pam began the fourth chapter, Cities That Silk Built, of our book club book, The Golden Thread: How Fabric Changed History by Kassia St. Clair. Share how you are will enjoy the book on social media with #UnravelingBookClub. NPR’s show Science Friday recently had an interview about the 4,000 year History of Humans and Silk. …
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Today's guest, Liz Murphy is one of those you eagerly follow online (she was a knitting pattern designer and shared her family's homesteading journey) and feels like you know her in real life. In fact, even though she doesn't know your name, you're pretty sure she's one of your dear friends, she just doesn't know it yet! At least that's what happen…
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You're listening to Voices of Your Village, and today I get to bring you such an incredible guest. I got to hang out with Congresswoman Becca Balint to chat about improving mental health outcomes through government funding. Representative Balint is a mom, a teacher, a progressive leader who comes to Washington ready to fight for working families. B…
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This week on the podcast, Bertha Chapman and Jasmine Howard, the creative minds behind Baltimore FrockTails, join Lisa to talk about their exciting sewing journeys. They share how they sewed their way into the scene, celebrating inclusivity and body positivity so everyone shines in their sewing circle. They spill all the details on the dazzling Bal…
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Ep 20 Silly &/or Rude Questions. What defines a Silly &/or Rude question? What is the silliest/rudest question you’ve been asked? What is your most commonly asked question? Do you have any go to responses to silly/rude questions? Insewmniacs is created, performed, edited and produced by Jenny Hassler and Moira Asheland. Please check us out on Insta…
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Julie is Hastings436 on Instagram and lives in Newcastle Australia. She gives us a secret about the 2025 Newcastle Frocktail so if you're interested, have a listen to her podcast and start planning your efforts to attend it. Even though Julie has lots of fabric, and she cares for her fabric is a very unique way, she is thoughtful in how she gives i…
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There's one door to a corporate fashion job, but freelancing has countless doors waiting for you! But making the switch can leave you with lots of questions. Like, when is it time to decide to switch? How do you keep from giving up? Why it's time to go all-in on freelancing? What benefits are there to being on the struggle bus? Whether you're new t…
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Send me a Message Welcome to another Episode of the Sew Flipping Extra Podcast! A platform for me to express, explore, connect and over all be Sew Flipping Extra... why because that brings me joy. Ever wondered what it feels like to turn 18 and suddenly be an adult? Join me in a candid conversation with my son, Kayden, as he crosses this significan…
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Adam Hoover began his journey in the furniture industry while in college, buying and selling vintage pieces from his dorm room. In 2011 he founded Main Street Modern, how one of the country’s largest mid-century modern furniture showrooms, located in Canton, Ohio. Two years ago, Adam acquired Laubacher Upholstery (now Ohio Workroom), a thriving 10-…
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A prehistoric painting in Indonesia has been dated to at least 51,200 years ago, making it the earliest known example of "figurative" cave art in the world. This discovery may also represent the oldest known surviving example of a narrative scene, as proposed by a team of researchers in a recent study. Figurative artworks are those that clearly dep…
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BERNINA University is the annual dealer conference hosted by BERNINA…this year in Detroit, MI. Detroit, with its rich history of industry and music, embodies a resilience and creativity that inspires us all. Just as the city has reinvented itself through sheer determination and ingenuity, BERNINA continues to evolve, driven by passion and tenacity …
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You're listening to Voices of Your Village. And today, I got to hang out with Maria Davis-Pierre to chat about Black families who are navigating autism diagnoses and what that Black side of autism looks like, both within the Black community and outside of the Black community. Maria graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor's of Scienc…
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Modern humans carry a surprising legacy from our ancient cousins, the extinct Neanderthals. A new study1 suggests that archaic genes, inherited through interbreeding tens of thousands of years ago, may influence our susceptibility to autism. The Genetic Legacy of Interbreeding Neanderthals, a distinct species from modern humans, interbred with earl…
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Audio dramas are the perfect companion for sewing! Lisa can't watch TV and sew as she needs to concentrate on what she's doing. Today, the Stitch Please podcast is sharing one of our favorite audio dramas: 1972 - The Chisholm Campaign Trail and the Davis Trial an amazing podcast by Yhane Washington Smith. Listen in to the first episode with us, the…
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Heather Zager discusses the second topic in her four-part series called Concept to Customer in this episode. In the first episode she introduced us to design concepting and today she talks about material sourcing. She explains the foundation of fabrics and how they are made, differentiating between natural and man-made fibers as well as how fibers …
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Host Heather Zager welcomes Robbin Block, the Creative Marketing Strategist at Blockbeta Marketing, to the show to explain the ins and outs of building an e-commerce website. Robbin has an MBA from Boston University and a BA in Economics from the State University of New York at Albany, and through her more than 30 years in the industry, she knows e…
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Host Heather Zager welcomes Jennifer Porter, the owner and operator of Satsuma Designs out of Seattle, to the show to talk about the different types of manufacture and what the manufacturing process entails. Jennifer has been in the business for twenty years and through that experience walks listeners through how to prepare for manufacture and addr…
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Host Heather Zager welcomes listeners to the inaugural episode of the MADE Apparel Services Podcast. Heather started the podcast to offer tips, tricks, and advice on getting a sewn product idea into development and manufacture. Today she begins a four-part series called Concept to Customer and explains the first step, design concepting boards. Desi…
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Introduction A remarkable discovery in southeastern Australia has unveiled archaeological evidence of what may be the oldest known culturally transmitted human ritual. Sticks found preserved in fireplaces within a cave, dating back to the end of the Last Ice Age, suggest that a ritual intended to cure or harm has been passed down through approximat…
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