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Sew & So...

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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.
 
The Custom Apparel Startups podcast was started simply because we love both the apparel decorating business and the idea that almost anyone, with a small investment and a little dedication, cannot only start their own business but thrive! Our goal in starting CAS is to help educate apparel entrepreneurs about the business of the business, something often overlooked by people with an idea and a budget, but no business plan or experience behind them. We’ll be talking with the biggest names in ...
 
🌻Living the country life and running Embroidery It, where fresh and fun machine embroidery designs are created for the home embroiderer. 🐝Also home of the Embroidery Bee Club. ✨Machine Embroidery so you can be creative daily and live life beautifully. ✨
 
Each week enjoy simple and quick lessons and tips. Also included are interviews from experts, and free resources inspired by fairy tales, ballet stories, fables, and more. In no time you are your family will be stitching together! Would you like to listen to the stories your free resources are inspired from? Then check out our other podcast called Tales From Long Ago! To find all of our resources go to tutsandfairytales.com
 
I’m Kristen Regular and I am showing you how to whip up a new embroidery stitch every day this month. Have no fear - we’re going to start with the basics. But by the time this month is through, you’ll be a stitch witch with 30 spell-binding new stitches under your belt!
 
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Tink!

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Tink!

Katherine Jayne

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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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The CAS Podcast

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The CAS Podcast

Marc Vila and Mark Stephenson

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This podcast is for you, the decorated apparel small business owner. We are discussing all things that go with owning a tshirt store, embroidery shop or anything custom apparel related. Discussions include sales, marketing, IT and all the things needed to grow a successful apparel business.
 
Meisum is a captive platform derived from the rich cultural and traditional heritage of our forefather where ladies and gentleman gathered in their respective longshim (Dormitory) enjoying the fellowship and learning different skills for personal & social development from one another. They learnt Haolaa (folksong) Pheizak (folkdance) Pangthem (handicraft), Shak-kasa, (weaving & embroidery) thotchan (history), Ngashan (traditions), Yaruirin (social life) moral values and discussed various iss ...
 
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 weekly 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 w ...
 
Hi, Diana here, I am a quilter and an amateur poet. I enjoy the creative outlet that both quilting and poetry offer me. I think that both of these pursuits are enriching in their own way, but are also different in other ways. The act of quilting is like fine embroidery, working with a needle and thread to create designs that would be impossible using any other type of needle. In contrast, poetry is more spontaneous than quilting and more cerebral in nature.
 
Two siblings discuss some of the great creators in comics history, with a few minor digressions along the way. Forget boring nerdtalk and mindless jibber-jabber (actually don't forget them, you might need them later), this is The Comics Podcast You Like™!
 
The 2 Regular Guys podcast has evolved from Aaron and Terry hanging out in hotel bars and restaurants after trade shows, eating chicken wings, disagreeing over ranch or bleu cheese as the true and proper dipping sauce, and talking about our day and the industry. A long list of industry friends joined into those conversations over the years, in cities across America and the world. These same friends now come back to join us as guests to the program. The trade shows continue, the industry grow ...
 
Thanks for checking out StitchPhiles with Barudan America. On this podcast, we will be talking about any and all things embroidery. Our goals is to not only educate you about Barudan Embroidery Machines, but also talk about new trends in the industry, getting started in embroidery, introducing you to experts in the field and more importantly, having a good time doing it.
 
This is not your run-of-the-mill "Cool Japan" podcast. I want to explore the side of Japan outside of sushi & sumo ; anime & video games. People from all walks of life living in Japan sharing their stories, their trials and tribulations and their successes. People who are hungry for making it and People who have made it. This podcast is about my conversations with them.
 
In this art podcast we will talk about mixed media art , how to grow as an artist and how to use art as a form of mindfulness practice. Art can be healing and in this art podcast topics such as: mental health, anxiety will be talked about and how we can use art and other tools to practice mindfulness art and bring joy to our lives. Website : https://www.2worldsart.com
 
VF Comics Podcast is a comics podcast for everyone, because comics should be for everyone. Whether you want to learn about the medium and industry, find something to read, or just bathe in ideas about the most misunderstood medium of art, we have got you covered. My name is Marcus and I've gotten together a group of friends who don't share tastes in entertainment, only a love for sequential art. Listen up nerds and potential nerds, we are the VF Comics Podcast.
 
Personal branding and PR coach Diane Foy has conversations with thriving multi-passionate artists, musicians, actors, dancers, painters, photographers, and other creative souls on their journey, process, and entrepreneurship. Solo shows offer coaching drawn from her 30 years of experience as a creative entrepreneur which allows her to draw on her photography, makeup artistry, and fashion background one day and her publicity, journalism, and marketing experience the next.
 
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Stitch Talk

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Stitch Talk

Mindful Stitching Company

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Hello and welcome to Stitch Talk! Here we indulge in the love of all things cross stitch. Every month we catch up with one of your favourite cross stitch designers and talk about what inspires them, their design tips and what they love about the wonderful world of cross stitch. Thanks for joining me, it so great to have you
 
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Why This, Not That?

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Why This, Not That?

Drew Turner & Daniel Powell

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We all make decisions. This podcast seeks to figure out why we do that. Dan & Drew are your hosts and this is the show and you can hear it with your ears. We'll probably work on a better description later. Or maybe not. If you have any suggestions you want to send for a specific episode, or just in general, you can send them via any of our social networks or e-mail us at whythisnotthatcast@gmail.com
 
In each episode I feature a quirky museum that’s definitely off – and sometimes way, way, off – the beaten path. If you enjoy learning the backstory behind some very curious collections, then join me where we find the answer to the question, “Now, why would there be a museum about that?”
 
Did you know that the Syria Civil War has caused the largest refugee crisis since World War II? We have authentic conversations with men and women living in Jordan working on the Syria Response with refugees and locals for big and small development, aid, relief, and/or funding agencies. Our goal is to help people living the West understand more about the NGO world, the crisis, programs, funding, and life in the Middle East.
 
I’m so excited for this new chapter in my life to actually use my voice for something positive. I’m starting this podcast in hopes of inspiring someone to chase their dreams just like I’m doing & to become the best version of themselves while doing it. The goal is to educate on important topics like relationships-sex-love-business- entrepreneurship and a Lil spiritual magic the main goal is to be relatable. If you’re thinking you’re alone you’re not there are plenty of people you can relate ...
 
Welcome to 5 Things I Know Now: A DGH Podcast - the innovative and practical new series from the Dorset Growth Hub. Following on from the first two series of The Dorset Growth Hub podcast, we’re bringing an exciting spin to the format, where top business leaders share the five lessons that helped them find success. We'll be releasing a new episode every couple of weeks, and running live events alongside the episodes so be sure to keep up to date by registering your email at https://www.dorse ...
 
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So you've learned how to sew and now you want to up your game to the next level, embroidery. Or maybe you just loved embroidery and want to try it out. Maybe it's a group project you've started, or maybe you're just bored and want to learn something new. Whatever drew you to this reading doesn't matter, aside from the fact that you need to know how…
 
St. John's artist, Kevin Melanson is creating a series of textile pieces that reflect on how artists make a living. He's making embroidered reproductions of cheques he receives for his artwork. One of them "FARR Residency" was recently displayed at the Rooms. Kevin spoke to On The Go producer Francesca Swann.…
 
Richard McVetis is an embroiderer, who is fascinated with time. Each of his, often monochromatic cuboid, pieces is meticulously made to explore the subtle differences that emerge through the ritualistic and repetitive nature of sewing. More recently, he has taken inspiration from his family’s mining heritage to investigate a story of race and class…
 
Thanks for tuning in. We are discussing troubleshooting tips for your embroidery machine. Topics discussed include issues with thread breaks, bird nesting, sewing caps, and problems with sewing flats. Feel free to send us a message with any problems you may be having or helpful tips you have. Thanks for subscribing. We appreciate the support. websi…
 
Is it worth hiring the services of a law firm? Legal assistance to citizens and organizations is a highly sought-after niche in the service sector. Therefore, more and more law firms today offer assistance in resolving a wide variety of problems. Today I will tell you what a law firm is and what functions it performs. Find more information on our w…
 
This time on Making Stitches Podcast, I'm taking you out on the road with me to the People's History Museum in the centre of Manchester. It is the national museum of democracy and home the world's largest collection of trades union banners. Being custodians of the literal fabric of our history requires painstaking conservation work to keep the bann…
 
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What do we do when we're in a funk with our art?! Last time we talked about how our art can drop down our list of priorities. By the time we get to our art, we can be tired and grumpy! So how do we break out of our funk, and get ourselves into the studio? Welcome to our podcast for all stitchers, embroiderers, textile artists and creative souls, wh…
 
This is a decorating episode for Outdoor Living. This is the time of year most of the northern hemisphere is starting to enjoy more dining, entertaining and every day living outdoors. I will share some tips and ideas on how you can make your outdoor space a beautiful oasis that you and loved ones will want to spend time throughout the summer months…
 
If you are looking for a safe place to deposit your savings and obtain returns, it is time to explore different investment alternatives. There are some in the real sector such as an enterprise, businesses, real estate and those related to the financial sector such as the stock market (fixed income and variable income), investment funds, CDTs, among…
 
It is common to think that having more money will be the solution to all problems and worries. However, things are not so simple. A strategy to reflect and take action on money can be defined in five steps: Find More About Money Advice By Listening Our Podcast 1. Follow good habits All people have a certain way of relating to money. It is possible …
 
We gather once again in the middle of the week for a chat session. This week Beth and Gary gather to talk about our 500th show on May 29 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern on the Fiber Talk YouTube channel, Debbie Hodge’s (Stitched Stories and our Sunday guest) benefits of incorporating embroidery in your life, the latest issue of “Inspirations” magazine, what p…
 
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Jack Beesley about Anne Boleyn's memory in the reign of Elizabeth I. Follow Jack on Twitter. Find out more about your host at On the Tudor Trail. Join 365 Days with Anne Boleyn. https://onthetudortrail.com/Blog/2022/02/13/365-days-with-anne-boleyn-an-intimate-journey-of-discovery Buy Talking Tudors merchandise at http…
 
Nigel Coates is a hugely influential architect, designer, artist and educator. He first came to widespread attention as a teacher at the Architectural Association in the early 80s when he co-founded NATO, a radical architecture collective that published a series of magazines with a unique perspective on the city. Later, he co-founded the practice, …
 
The Runners continue their Pilgrimage with the middle two volumes of O'Malley's signature work, Scott Pilgrim! Scott and Ramona's relationship continues to prevail against the odds. Live shows, excruciating recordings, old friends, new jobs, hot summers, chilly dispositions, and of course, evil exes - these books have it all! Topics of discussion i…
 
Having a website for your business can be very important. We aren't saying every business needs a website, but most will. So how do you go about getting a website made for you? Should you make it yourself? These questions are answered by going through the list below. Once you have gone through all of this you will be in the right position to either…
 
The province won't tell us much about having the healthcare system held up for ransom - they say the silence is for our own good. But, businesses around the world that have been hacked tell researchers if it happens again, they'll just pay the ransom. Anthony Germain speaks with Kurt Baumgartner, principal researcher with Kaspersky - a world leadin…
 
Sheri Berger vowed that cross stitch would be the hobby that she kept just for herself. After turning her scrapbooking hobby into a business, then launching the online yarn store The Loopy Ewe in 2006, she was just looking for a way to relax in the evenings, renew her creativity, and enjoy the sheer pleasure of passing needle and thread through clo…
 
In this episode, Isabella interviews Dennis Nothdruft, Head of Exhibitions at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London. The two discuss the museum's current exhibition, "150 Years of the Royal School of Needlework: Crown to Catwalk." Images and sources are available at @sewwhatpodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. The podcast has a website, …
 
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Jessica Secmezsoy-Urquhart about the lives of people with disabilities at the Tudor and Renaissance Courts. Follow Jessica on Twitter. Find out more about your host at On the Tudor Trail. Buy Talking Tudors merchandise at https://talkingtudors.threadless.com/ Join our Talking Tudors Podcast Facebook group for all the …
 
The Runners are on to perhaps the best-known comic covered to date, the cultural phenomenon Scott Pilgrim! 20-something Scott Pilgrim's life has peaked when he starts dating beautiful American Ramona Flowers - provided he can defeat her 7 Evil Exes who have sworn to destroy him. Topics of discussion include Scott Pilgrim's subversive critique of ma…
 
In this podcast we have Siobhan a copywriter we talked about the importance of telling your stories not just on your website but on social as well. We also discussed about women issues on society, the importance of staying true to your beliefs. Connect wth Siobahn on instagram : @thissisterscribes Her website: https://www.thissisterscribes.com Than…
 
Your garden can be one of the best areas of your property. Whether you want a place to spend your "free time" or an area to relax with your family and friends during the summer, it may be the perfect option to consider from the beginning. However, if you want to make the most of your garden as a functional outdoor space in your home, it is essentia…
 
Crochet & Knitting designer Lynne Rowe is my guest for this episode of Making Stitches Podcast. Lynne first learned to knit and crochet as a child, but it was after the birth of her own children that she turned to yarn crafts in earnest. Firstly knitting for pleasure, then to raise money for charity, Lynne then ventured into crochet and knitting de…
 
I’m so excited to announce that I’m giving an intimate interview at Art&Heart’s Sacred Artistry Summit coming up on May 12th, 13th, and 14th And {{ contact.FIRSTNAME }} I’ve got a free ticket for you! Created with love by my friend, award-winning recording artist Honey Larochelle. She and I will be talking about why your authentic personal brand is…
 
When we teach, often our own art and creativity can take a backseat. Why does this happen and what can we do to change it? Welcome to our podcast for all stitchers, embroiderers, textile artists and creative souls, where we have friendly informal conversations about what it actually means to be an artist working in textiles. Isobel Moore and Gina F…
 
Rhonda Pierce is my guest on this episode. Rhonda is a spokesperson for Schmetz Needles and VP, Euro-Notions. If there is anything you ever wanted to know about Schmetz needles, there’s a good chance we talk about it in this episode! Learn about the color coding system that helps to identify the type of needle, and which needle is the best for diff…
 
So you want to start a t-shirt business on a budget. The two cheapest / lowest cost ways to start are with sublimation and HTV (Heat Transfer Vinyl). But what is the difference between Sublimation and HTV? Which is better: Sublimation or Heat Transfer Vinyl? Which is cheaper? In this episode we are going to deep dive into both Sublimation and HTV t…
 
The Runners dive into hometown hero Bryan Lee O'Malley with his debut graphic novel, Lost At Sea! 18-year-old Raleigh believes she has no soul. Will a road trip with three kids she barely knows and a freshly broken heart convince her differently? Topics of discussion include O'Malley's road into comics, the oft-cited influence of manga on his style…
 
What’s your favorite needle brand?It’s time for some Midweek Chatting. This week’s topics include petit point, dollhouse stitching, the EGA 2022 National Seminar, projects we’re working on, a new Alice Ellen Usher Bristol sampler from Sassy Jacks Stitchery, threads and linen we’re going to use to stitch that sampler, needles, scissors, and the Shar…
 
Lori Doody, a St. John's author and artist, has designed her first line of fabrics. It's called "Rita and Rita" and features the coloured row houses in downtown St. John's. CBC's Francesca Swann speaks with Lori Doody and the two owners of the store who commissioned the fabric: Shelly Bowen and Debbie Northover.…
 
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Natalie Grueninger speaks with Professor Susan Wabuda about the life and legacy of Thomas Cranmer. Follow Professor Wabuda on Twitter. Find out more about your host at On the Tudor Trail. Buy Talking Tudors merchandise at https://talkingtudors.threadless.com/ Join our Talking Tudors Podcast Facebook group for all the behind-the-scenes news and upda…
 
In the early 1970s, a lively community and spirit of fearless exploration sprang up in Northern California that sent ripples around the country and shaped the world as we know it today. The fiber world, of course. As a child, Stephenie remembers seeing clouds and imagining them as wispy shawls overhead. She uses her fine artist's training and eye w…
 
It’s time to talk about what happens after the show. Listen as I tell you about the time I danced on stage with Jane's Addiction and Joe Perry at Lollapalooza and the post-performance depression that followed. Perry Knoppert is a mad multipotentialite misfit. He says "Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round p…
 
What began as just a hobby in Mimi's Los Angeles home in 2012 blossomed into an international brand. She’s achieved a daily engagement of more than 3.2 million followers across all social media platforms, 22 million pageviews and 2.2 million unique visitors annually on her blog and courses on DIY. But her love of sewing started long before that. Mi…
 
One love, One heart. I’d like to introduce you to a man that has grit determination to plant new roots in Japan. A determination shaped from overcoming depression, grief and classism in the midst of a pandemic. Meet Shaq, aka Ace of Shaq, a UK YouTuber who unexpectedly found solace in Japanese culture and the language. After his study abroad progra…
 
Guaranteed Success Plan for your Side Hustle / Small Business You are getting ready to start a side hustle, or maybe you haven't pulled the trigger yet. (Actually, even if you have already started there might some things to learn.) This Episode is really for those just getting started or looking to get started on a shoe-string budget. Many small bu…
 
Ring the Bonus Bell, it's time for a bonus ep! With David on the sidelines, Chris goes movie mode with returning guest Emilio Diaz and his cohost Cullen Atchley from the Cannes I Kick It podcast! The Honorary Runners close out the discussion of Marjane Satrapi with a discussion on her 2019 film Radioactive, adapted from Lauren Redniss's graphic nov…
 
Herman Perry and Paul Snow are making preparations for a canoe trip that will take them - and two other paddlers - from the North West Territories to Alaska. This is the fifth and last leg of a paddling odyssey that will have traced the old waterways from the Labrador Sea on the Atlantic to the Bearing Sea on the Pacific.…
 
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