Best textile podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Nishijin Ori (Nishijin Textile)
 
The weaving industry in Kyoto originated between the 5th and 6th centuries. The name Nishijin derived from the Nishijin District in Kyoto, where many weavers established their workshops after the end of the Onin War (1467-1477). Nishijin textile features a broad variety of fabrics, such as gold brocade, damask, figured satin, silk gauze and velvet, along with elaborate and florid woven patterns using colorful threads.
 
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FannyochHanna's Podcast
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En podcast av två tjejer från Hälsinglands skogar. Här pratar vi om allt mellan himmel och jord. Hoppas ni kommer trivas!
 
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Keys to the Text in ACIM
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"A Year with the Text"Join us as we study the Text in A Course in Miracles.Email group, Facebook group and weekly study group. See our website for details.Website: www.miraclesone.orgMiraclesOne Center for ACIMMany resources for you and for free!Your donation makes this possible!
 
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Annie Smith: Quilting Stash
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A quilting audio blog post by Annie Smith
 
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Thread Cult
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A Podcast for the Sewing, Fashion and Textile Obsessed
 
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Annie Smith: Quilting Stash
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A quilting audio blog post by Annie Smith
 
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Voices on Cloth - Maiwa Podcasts
 
Textiles and the fiber arts, traditional craft, natural dyes, culture, trade, and artisan markets.
 
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TextileUpdate
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Subscribe to TextileUpdate
 
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TJFrog
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Dorset Buttons - Textile Maker Aird of Sleat, Isle of Skye
 
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TJFrog
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Dorset Buttons - Textile Maker Aird of Sleat, Isle of Skye
 
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Salty Jo Knits
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Salty Jo talks about her knitting projects, yarn stash and other textile crafts from time to time.
 
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Tink!
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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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Chicken Coop Botanicals Podcast
 
It's all about the plants! We'll take a step out the door of my chicken coop studio to see what stories we gather up. Cooking, Herbalism, Gardening, Fiber and Textile Arts are the main topics.
 
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Agile and Beyond
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We are entering a New Age. An Age demanding greater collaboration, enhanced creativity, heightened agility. “Agile and Beyond” is a Podcast for Agile practitioners, design thinkers, team builders, organization designers, and systems thinkers. With practitioners and thinkers we explore the future of work, the evolutions in leadership mindset and the revolutions in the human-centered innovation around experience and purpose. We stand collectively on the threshold of a transformation as signifi ...
 
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Planet Wool by IWTO
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Planet Wool is a podcast from the International Wool Textile Organisation. At Planet Wool we bring you a series of wool industry experts from the 85th Congress of the International Wool Textile Organisation.
 
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Shirley by BRONTë, Charlotte
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Shirley is an 1849 social novel by the English novelist Charlotte Brontë. It was Brontë's second published novel after Jane Eyre (originally published under Brontë's pseudonym Currer Bell). The novel is set in Yorkshire in the period 1811–1812, during the industrial depression resulting from the Napoleonic Wars and the War of 1812. The novel is set against a backdrop of the Luddite uprisings in the Yorkshire textile industry.(Summary by wikipedia)
 
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PinCast - What's The Point?
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News, insight and real life stories of how a 5th generation American textile pin manufacturer turned the corner into cutting edge manufacturing.
 
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Saynum wagsissahtan cokmittek tanim, mayangali qabala,(sonnah qabala)kee kay cokmitte
 
Qafar afat tammucaa daray sonnaqqabalaa kee kaa-eddebaahan waktit yabtahiyya,tonnah tamucaadara eddeyabtam wasakti qabala lebaarral caraamuk tanim kee teetih duddama too qabalat tanim fanah, tooqabali gabateetik kalawaqa abut waajibih teetil taniimi.
 
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Comfe Designs
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David Williams from Comfe Designs talks product development with great designers and engineers around the world. Interviews with the people who make products you buy today (or will tomorrow) with their secrets for designing and selling. Discussions about how to get products, especially textile products, made and sold. New tech, manufacturing, outsourcing, wearable technology, fabric products, marketing, monetizing, sustainability, venture capital, and everything that’s out there to help you ...
 
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Love is enough by MORRIS, William
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 16 recordings of Love is enough by William Morris. This was the Weekly Poetry project for February 17, 2013. William Morris was an English textile designer, artist, writer, and libertarian socialist associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and English Arts and Crafts Movement. He was instumental in establishing the modern fanasty genre, and thus influenced writers such as J. R. R. Tolkien. Morris also wrote and published poetry, fiction, and translations o ...
 
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Coloralyon 2009
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Avec le soutien du Grand Lyon et sous la houlette du Comité français de la couleur qui fête cette année ses 50 ans, Coloralyon, journées internationales de la couleur, accueillies par Mode habillement Rhône-Alpes, va déployer un programme riche... en couleurs, autour du textile et du cuir, de la mode et du design ! Aux tonalités très internationales, la manifestation accueille le congrès Intercolor dont la quinzaine de pays membres (représenté pour la France par le Comité français de la coul ...
 
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Echoes of Love’s House by MORRIS, William
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of Echoes of Love’s House by William Morris. This was the Weekly Poetry project for January 9th, 2011. William Morris was an English textile designer, artist, writer, and socialist associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and the English Arts and Crafts Movement. Morris wrote and published poetry, fiction, and translations of ancient and medieval texts throughout his life. Today, Morris's poetry is little-read. His fantasy romances languished ...
 
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Mind Amongst the Spindles by KNIGHT, Charles
 
Lowell Massachusetts was founded in the 1820s as a planned manufacturing center for textiles and is located along the rapids of the Merrimack River, 25 miles northwest of Boston. By the 1850s Lowell had the largest industrial complex in the United States. The textile industry wove cotton produced in the South. In 1860, there were more cotton spindles in Lowell than in all eleven states combined that would form the Confederacy. Mind Amongst the Spindles is a selection of works from the Lowell ...
 
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Creative Chemistry by SLOSSON, Edwin E.
 
Slosson reviews the transformation of alchemistry from an obscure and imprecise practice to the science of chemistry. Along the way, he explains how the modern industrial world now relies on fertilizers, explosives, textile materials, polymers and metals. By exploring the properties of a once undervalued element, the high strength of vanadium steel made the Ford car possible. Another element, cerium, appears in butane lighters and was once seen as a threat to the match industry in France. In ...
 
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The negative impacts of foreign aid on the textile, clothing and food industries are explored in this talk, which stresses that although the heart is in the right place, sometimes the application does not produce the desired result, and alternative solutions are needed. Alyssa Chow is a grade 10 student at Ashbury College. She believes in socia ...…
 
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Marketing For Owners - Marketing Tips You Can Use Today | Expert Interviews With Millionaire Marketers
 
Before Lisa Spencer-Arnell became a leadership coach, she had been in the corporate world for around 17 years. She worked in the textile industry, manufacturing organizations, and for the Financial Times Group as an account director in their consultancy business. In 2001, she trained to become a coach, but beforehand had read an article about . ...…
 
Clare Fowler grew up on Bell Island. She spent time working in fish plants and other food processing plants before moving to Ontario in 1999 to do the Chiropody Program at the Michener Institute for Applied Health. She moved to St. John’s in 2004 and worked for a decade before switching gears and following her passions for art and craft. She co ...…
 
We’re used to seeing famous works of art and historical artifacts marred by the elements. They can be eroded by wind and water, faded by sunlight, or nibbled by insects. But cultural relics can also be damaged by hordes of even tinier invaders: bacteria, fungi, and algae.“Microorganisms are a big problem for cultural heritage,” says Franco Pall ...…
 
Smart textiles and wearable tech with Interwoven Design Group… Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman, Founder of Interwoven Design Group, LLC and Adjunct Associate Professor at Pratt (bio), joins hosts Stephanie Benedetto and Samanta Cortes at the MouthMedia Network Studios. Loving fabric, a tool for athletics, and what a wearable can be Pailes-Friedman dis ...…
 
Episode 41 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast. How can shared space drive artistic, healing collaborations? In what ways can art address themes of global warming, gender identity, ancestral teachings, and the importance of local community? In episode 41 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast, host Cathy Hannabach interviews artists Rosanna Raymond, Léu ...…
 
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caithnesscraftcollective
 
Kindly Sponsored by Scotch Tweed is a small family textiles firm based in the Scottish Borders. Run by Angela with a huge amount of technical and know how support from her Dad, Gerald - they have a wealth of experience in the weaving and textile trade - over 57 years to be exact!! Their aim is to bring top quality tartan and tweed fabric, along ...…
 
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Enchanted By Sewing
 
I'm enchanted by silk. Pensamientos Primeros/First Thoughts: What is silk and where might it come from? Exploring an historic Japanese Minka Folk House. Technicos/Techniques – Furoshiki: A no-stitch creation from silk - Marriage of ancient Japanese practicality and art Pensamientos Finales/Final Thoughts – Dreaming of a Superfluity of Silks in ...…
 
A story from The Washington Post. After decades of lawsuits, public campaigns and painful struggles, Americans have finally done what once seemed impossible: Most of the country has quit smoking, saving millions of lives and leading to massive reductions in cancer.That is, unless those Americans are poor, uneducated or live in a rural area.Hidd ...…
 
The first in my three part series on surface design is Karen Lewis. Living in Leeds, England, Karen Lewis is a quilter, screen printer, teacher, fabric designer for Robert Kaufman Fabrics, wife and mother. During our conversation, we talk about how she designs her screen prints, the biggest unfounded fear about screen printing, the importance o ...…
 
Story #213 comes from Greenville artist, Meredith Piper. Meredith drew her own clothes on her paper dolls as a child. She loved all the pre-school crafts with macaroni. As a teen, she had her own fashion sense that included a lot of tie-dyed clothes, so is it any wonder that she now has an art studio in downtown Greenville SC where you can see ...…
 
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A Well-Designed Business™ | Interior Design | Designers | Business |Interior Design Success
 
Today's guests are Ronald Alvarez and Monica Santayana, the principals of Moniomi Design in Miami, Florida. This is really going to be a great show for the takeaways, so if you're in business with a partner, whether you're married to them or not, you will really get some great value today! Listen in as this very special husband and wife team ta ...…
 
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Indus Vox Media
 
On this episode, we interview Fredun Medhora and Ritika Jhunjhunwala who run Iteeha, a city-based textile design firm that conducts workshops to promote folk art forms from across the country. You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android: https://goo.gl/tGYdU1 or iOS: https://goo.gl/sZSTU5 You can check ...…
 
On this episode, we interview Fredun Medhora and Ritika Jhunjhunwala who run Iteeha, a city-based textile design firm that conducts workshops to promote folk art forms from across the country. You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcast App on Android: https://goo.gl/tGYdU1 or iOS: https://goo.gl/sZSTU5 You can check ...…
 
This video takes you to a former ice rink in the city of Münster in Germany. For the art exhibition Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017, the artist Pierre Huyghe has created the piece “After ALife Ahead”, an installation that consists both of bio- and media-technology and architectural de- and recornstruction. Pierre Huyghe: After ALife Ahead / Skul ...…
 
(Elizabeth) Taphophilia is the love of cemeteries and headstones. In this episode, Elizabeth indulges her taphophilia as she uses stories from East View Cemetery on the outskirts of Atlanta to learn about life in the city in the early to mid-20th century as she traces the lives of three people buried there. Golf, textile mills, and military ser ...…
 
Recap of Wear Conference 2017… Pavan Bahl, Marc Raco and Rob Sanchez reflect on participating in Wear Conference 2017 in San Francisco, CA. The discussion covers the incredible professionals at the event, great interviews with top innovators and brand leaders in wearables and wearable technology along with other remarkable developments, high en ...…
 
Tonight's interview goes with Matariki - the Maori new year - which of course, is at the opposite end of the calendar to northern hemisphere tradition. Nga Raranga Moemoea - The Dream Weavers; an exhibiton and series of workshops dedicated to traditional textiles. It's on in North Taranaki, and one of the organisers is Karen Clark.…
 
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Million Dollar Decorating
 
With over a decade of hospitality experience under her belt, Principal Designer Carolyn Rebuffel Flannery brings a thoughtful approach to each project she completes. At her namesake design firm, established in 2006, Carolyn believes that your home should be a retreat that provides you with a sense of ease and calm. After building a career as an ...…
 
Intelligence Leaks vs. WhistleblowingGuest: Ryan Vogel, JD, PhD, Professor of International Law, Director of the Center for National Security Studies, Utah Valley UniversityA 25-year-old government contractor named Reality Winner is in jail on charges of sharing a classified document with the media. Former FBI director James Comey also shared i ...…
 
It turns out your aunt’s knitting needles may serve another purpose other than creating hats and scarves. Researchers are looking at ways to use this ancient technology to create artificial muscles. A group of chemists, engineers and textile specialists in Sweden joined forces to knit and weave together new materials that have the potential to ...…
 
In this episode we chat with Erin Dollar on printmaking, stenciling and the creation of large scale patterns. We're exploring over-sized stenciled linen blankets this July and it's set to be a wonderful month! Erin of Cotton & Flax has been practicing printmaking for years and has developed wonderful techniques to create beautiful textiles for ...…
 
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Million Dollar Decorating
 
David Santiago has been blessed with two talents an interior designer and a seasonal opera singer. He started in the fabric and textile end of the design trade with a specialty of window treatments and soft furnishings. That quickly led him to work for Design Firm on Madison Avenue, NYC, where his interior design education was born. Working han ...…
 
Altered States looks at contemporary artists who explore psychedelia (mostly painting and some constructions with a mix of figuration, geometric and Op imagery) against a back drop of 1960s Op Art, figurative and Color Field paintings, as well as original rock posters from concerts at the Fillmore West, Avalon Ballroom and other San Francisco v ...…
 
In September 2016, a brand new magazine was launched in New Zealand. Titled Fabricate, it showcases the textile arts scene in NZ. There is news of upcoming events, profiles of artists and artisans, reviews of exhibitions – anything to do with textiles and stitch. The creator and editor of the magazine is Cait McLennan Whyte and I was super exci ...…
 
Abby is joined by Cheyney McKnight (Not Your Momma's History) to discuss what enslaved women and men would have worn in the United States of American during the 18th & 19th century. Going over everything from a brief explanation of slavery in the USA, to the "Reward System", Resistance in Dress, Textile Choices, and what Freed women and me coul ...…
 
FRANCE 24 takes you to discover the Casa Moda Academy in Casablanca, Morocco. It's the most celebrated and creatively audacious fashion school on the African continent. The brainchild of the Association for Moroccan Textile and Clothing, the school has been opening its doors to eager fashionistas for seven years now. The creative curriculum was ...…
 
image by Emma Weiss The Close Knit podcast showcases artists, designers, and makers from all over the world who work with fibre in its many forms. Knitters, spinners, sewers, textile artists - all will be celebrated on the Close Knit podcast. A huge thank you to this week's episode sponsor, Millpost Merino. Millpost is an ethical family farm on ...…
 
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Green Heart Effect: A Modern Guide To Sustainable Living
 
Pollinators are integral part of the ecosystem, human food supply, and global economy. Every year they pollinate billions of dollars worth of food, flowers, textile crops and biofuel crops worldwide, as well as pollinating wild landscapes. However during the past two decades they have been on a steady decline resulting in certain species being ...…
 
Professor Dawn Adès FBA, Professor of Art History and Theory, University of Essex‘The visual arts in the British Academy’Recorded at the British Academy Soirée, Tuesday 28 June 2016The art historian Professor Dawn Adès introduces the British Academy’s collection of art, which includes paintings, sculpture, ceramics, drawings, prints, photograph ...…
 
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WEEKLY READER
 
Bud Smith is the author of the novels F 250, Tollbooth and I'm From Electric Peak, among others. He works heavy construction in New Jersey, building power plants and refineries. He lives in New York City with his wife, a textile artist. www.budsmithwrites.com.
 
In this episode we talk with Simone about her love of color, living in her parent's home - and the lovely aesthetics that this gifts her, and running business making custom orders. It is so great to get another perspective on dye work from another dyer out there!
 
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European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts
 
There are thousands of types of plastics. Plastics production account for about about 6 % of global oil consumption, set to grow to 20 % by 2050. Half of the plastics waste collected and recycled is treated in the EU, while the other half is exported, mainly to China. It is estimated that 2 to 5% of plastics produced end up in oceans.15 to 30% ...…
 
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European Parliament - EPRS Policy podcasts
 
There are thousands of types of plastics. Plastics production account for about about 6 % of global oil consumption, set to grow to 20 % by 2050. Half of the plastics waste collected and recycled is treated in the EU, while the other half is exported, mainly to China. It is estimated that 2 to 5% of plastics produced end up in oceans.15 to 30% ...…
 
Topics: Jewish settlers and Arab refugees 50 years after the six day war of 1967 - US budget cuts to UN's development efforts - Moroccan textile industry becoming more important for Europe. (Producer/ Presenter: Anke Rasper)
 
Jewish settlers and Arab refugees 50 years after the six day war of 1967 - US budget cuts to UN's development efforts - Moroccan textile industry becoming more important for Europe.
 
This beautiful textile of a labyrinth embodies what the journey of Gateways 10-12 is like. After having worked and practiced deep inner work of admitting powerlessness and developing a relationship to a spiritual walk of authenticity, by the time we arrive at Step 10, “Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitte ...…
 
For full show notes and access to additional resources for this episode, visit: prooftoproduct.com/007 Meg Sutton of Belle & Union Co., started her business in 2012 with a focus on creating handmade, American-made goods. Belle & Union has seen a ton of growth in their business in the last five years expanding from the world of letterpress greet ...…
 
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Finding Your Groove With Kathleen Thompson
 
The quality of your life is determined by the quality of your questions. Part 2 of the discussion on how to hear the negative questions you’re asking and replace them with positive and powerful ones. (c) AdobeStock Photo Play Episode | Subscribe in iTunes | Subscribe in Stitcher | Subscribe via RSS On This Episode Rhythm of Life – Inspired By a ...…
 
Dress shirts and neck ties used to be every-day wear – until casual Friday became casual every-day. Now a lot of formal work attire needs to be re-made into something more useful. In episode 18 of the Trashmagination podcast, get inspired this Father’s Day to remove an under-utilized tie from the closet and make it into something more fun. Chec ...…
 
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How to Make Great Hire | a Workplace Champions Podcast
 
Eight years from now, when Lance Ruttenberg blows out the candles on a birthday cake celebrating his company’s 100th birthday, the CEO of American Textile Company will be savoring an industrial hallmark that no Fortune 500 CEO has ever known. Lance and his brother Blake are today the third generation of Ruttenbergs to own and lead the textile f ...…
 
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