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The official podcast of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black lives matter. Stitch Please centers Black women, girls, and femmes in sewing. Weekly discussions, interviews, tips, and techniques celebrate and contextualize Black creativity.
 
PERSONAL THREADS is a brand new podcast that goes ‘behind the seams’ of the joy of dressing up. A series brought to you by Ascot where we uncover how moments and memories from our past can inform our personal style. Each time a new guest renowned for their chic and unique dress-sense will take us on a journey through their life, stopping at key moments, memories, items or people who have influenced and sewn together our guest’s individual taste. From early obsessions, discoveries and firsts, ...
 
This is THE podcast for dmb fans & lovers. I have put together a beautiful platform to showcase our commonality with one another. Take a deep dive into intimate conversations among friends, who have never met, about Dave Matthews Band and how their music is sewn into each one of our lives and how that links all of us together.
 
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The whole world pays attention to Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May for the Kentucky Derby. Track Changes brings you the people and stories who make up the track and its neighborhood the other 364 days a year. Take an immersive trip through historic and present-day south Louisville, from wherever you are in the world. Your tour guides have ridden horses, sewn jockey silks, parked cars and run juke joints, all in the shadow of the twin spires. Produced by the Louisville Story Progr ...
 
Ever wonder how your favorite ecommerce brands turned their online selling dreams into reality? Join J.B. Hager as he sits down with CEOs, founders, and small business owners to learn about how they started and the struggles and successes they've faced along the way. Get ready for inspirational stories that will motivate you to push harder, dig deeper, and Get Ship Done.
 
Interviews with notable people talking about something they're not normally known for, or outside their normal purview, how they got into it and what they love most about it. Any sort of hobby, side-gig, or obsession is fair game.
 
The Crafter's Box is a subscription membership project for those that love to make. Monthly, The Crafter's Box features an expert maker and a new crafting technique. Our makers curate a box of materials and tools, and build an online workshop so that members can learn about and craft a specialized project. Here's where we share about our featured maker as well as the unique materials and specialty tools that can be found in each box. Welcome!
 
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Becoming someone’s favorite sunglasses brand is difficult. But Shady Rays remains a gold standard for many of its customers. Through competitive marketing efforts, a philanthropic mission, and an ultimate focus on providing the best service and product to their customers, Chris and Dan have found success in ecommerce — shipping upward of 10,000 ord…
 
Cultured Expressions on the Stitch Please podcast: episode 52 and episode 78. Find Lisa Shepard Stewart on social media Website: www.CulturedExpressions.com Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/CulturedExpressions/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/culturedexpressions/ YouTube: www.youtube.com/CEFabricVideos/Videos Blog: www.culturedexpressions.word…
 
Joining Scott and Susan on the podcast this week is Television Presenter and BBC's Director of Creative Diversity, June Sarpong OBE. In the final episode of this season, June talks about her move away from high street fashion towards ‘forever pieces’ - high quality, second-hand designer pieces that are built to last. She also speaks on fashion bein…
 
Host: Lisa Woolfork is an associate professor of African American Literature and Culture. Her teaching and research explore Black women writers, the fiction of Black identity, trauma theory, and American slavery. She is the convener and founder of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black Lives Matter. She is also the host/producer of Stitch…
 
Joining Scott and Susan on the podcast this week is Caroline Rush CBE, Chief Executive of the British Fashion Council. Caroline has played a key role in the organisation of London Fashion Week and the British Fashion Awards; helping solidify London’s place as a globally-renowned fashion hub. On this episode Caroline talks influences growing up as a…
 
Mahdiyyah Muhammad is a self-taught Artist, Fashion Designer, and Instructor who began designing at a very young age, breathing new life into discarded clothing. She draws inspiration from her practice of fabric alchemy; with an ability to take recycled, bio-based materials and turn them into one of one works of wearable art that boost healing prop…
 
Joining Scott and Susan on the podcast this week is British stylist, model, designer and all-around style expert, Kyle De'Volle. As a stylist Kyle has worked with the likes of Cara Delevingne, Bruno Mars, Maya Jama and Leigh-Anne Pinnock to name a few. On this episode Kyle talks about being a ‘style chameleon’, taking us on a journey through their …
 
Lisa Woolfork is the convener and founder of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black Lives Matter. She is also the host/producer of Stitch Please, a weekly audio podcast that centers on Black women, girls, and femmes in sewing. In the summer of 2017, she became a founding member of Black Lives Matter Charlottesville. Actually, she is activ…
 
In this episode Scott and Susan sit down with London based Designer, Beatrix Ong MBE. From grunge to babydoll dresses, we hear why the excitement of the 90s plays an integral role in forming her own unique style and aesthetic. Beatrix’s influences don't stop there; paying homage to classic films’ 'In The Mood For Love' and Baz Luhrmann's 'Romeo and…
 
In this episode of Get Ship Done, learn how dream team and husband and wife duo, Alissa and Shon Bayer, grew a single-location spa in Austin, TX into a celebrity-endorsed, nationwide luxury clean beauty brand. They discuss their humble, grassroots beginnings and share their experience with accepting investor funds as they continue to expand their p…
 
Dialling in from her studio in Ilminster, Somerset fashion designer Alice Temperley joins Scott and Susan for Personal Threads before heading off to pick up her two new pet Peacocks. As founder of Temperley London, Alice was awarded an MBE in 2011 for services to the fashion industry by Her Majesty the Queen and she has dressed many of the world’s …
 
In this episode of Personal Threads, hosts Susan + Scott invite someone widely considered to be the most successful male model in the world; Essex born icon David Gandy. We hear how much of Gandy’s long-lasting career has been strategically headlined by his numerous collaborations with Dolce & Gabbana, Wellman, Marks and Spencer and Jaguar cars to …
 
In this next episode of 'Personal Threads', hosts Scott and Susan welcome Daisy Knatchbull as their guest, someone who has been creating ripples in the sartorial world for years. Daisy takes us through her evolution from a child who idolised her glamorous grandmothers whilst hating ‘pretty dresses’ through to her momentous challenging of the Royal …
 
In honor of Pride Month, we sit down with Rachel Smith of Pride Socks to talk about how she turned a side-hustle into a purpose-driven ecommerce success story. What started as a way to supplement her teaching salary has led to transforming the beloved tube sock into a movement that promotes the message of love, pride, respect, and inclusion for eve…
 
In the premiere episode of the brand new ‘Personal Threads’, podcast hosts Scott and Susan welcome British national treasure Paul O’Grady; an English comedian, broadcaster and author who originally launched his career as the outrageously hilarious Lily Savage. We hear how Paul’s style and tailoring foundations started at a very early age with his p…
 
More ways to listen: Web • YouTube It’s time for Ghost Game episodes 17-20! This month we dive into everything we learned (and didn’t learn) from February’s Digimon Con, then discuss Ghost Game’s worst(?) episode, creepiest episode, picklest episode, and effectively tragic episode. ➪ Join the Podigious Discord! Things mentioned this week: Digimon C…
 
Create embroidery art on a larger scale as we craft modern customizable felt pennants. Lauren Holton, the fiber artist behind Lark Rising Studios, shows us how to layer geometric botanical shapes with high-quality wool felt and attach them to cotton twill using two simple embroidery stitches. Lauren’s thoughtfully curated kit contains everything ne…
 
Personal Threads is a brand new podcast that goes ‘behind the seams’ of the joy of dressing up. Each episode we invite a new guest renowned for their chic and unique style, to take us on a voyage through their life and wardrobe - stopping at moments, items or people who have impacted it. From early obsessions to their personal style icons, we hear …
 
More ways to listen: Web • YouTube We’re back from a long hiatus to talk about Ghost Game episodes 13-16! We dive into the shocking debut of GulusGammamon, the kids’ concerning ability to shrug off world-ending threats, and how everyone copes in the wake of episode 13’s shocking events. (Note: this episode was recorded on January 30th, soon after e…
 
May 14th Is Black Fae Day. Learn more about this delightfully Black festive holiday from its founder and principal organizer Jasmine LeFleur and Kia Sangria, a 2022 ambassador. Both are visionary joy practitioners within the Black Fae community, a platform and annual event that increases the positive visibility of Black people in mainstream fantasy…
 
What started as a Facebook group in 2012 to help provide visibility of Indigenous People during the Idle No More protests, has since grown into a purpose-driven apparel brand that recently found its way into REI stores across the country. Urban Native Era founder, Joey Montoya, always knew his brand would strike a chord with a wide audience. But it…
 
Aja Barber’s website, instagram, facebook Aja Barber’s book, Consumed: The Need for Collective Change Aja intentionally has only one sponsor, Vestiaire Collective and provides special access to her Patreon supporters. Aja mentions Fashion Revolution, the world’s largest fashion activism movement What should everyone watch? Aja says “The Story of St…
 
Find Shams el-Din Rogers' on Instagram Shams mentions reading Vicki Robin, Shams volunteers at Creative Reuse Toronto. Lisa and Sham mention Aja Barber and her book Consumed Aja is on the podcast next week! Lisa mentions a poem by Francis Ellen Watkins Harper Lisa also mentions Fannie Lou Hamer's 1971 speech "Nobody's free until everybody's free." …
 
Create handmade resin floral coasters and trays that are both elegant and functional. Join Christie Lothrop, the artist and green thumb behind MadPotters, as she shares her honed techniques for mixing and pouring epoxy resin into silicone molds while creating depth with layers of botanicals. To further customize your projects, Christie shows us how…
 
Follow Nefertiti Griggs on socials! @thecornyrainbow and @nefertitihaidera (photography page) on IG Meaningful sewing events: Find out more about these on her website! Pretty Girls Sew Rippin Aint Easy challenge Rare Oscar De La Renta vintage Vogue pattern (met President Obama and Michelle) Beyonce 2016 Grammy bridal gown Her 2019 vow renewal gown …
 
What started as a wholesale business, delivering American-grown flowers to event planners and Whole Foods up and down the east coast, unexpectedly took a turn at the start of the pandemic. For the first episode of Get Ship Done, J.B. Hager chats with Stephanie Duncan, co-founder of Harmony Harvest. Along with her sister and mother, she was able to …
 
e bond’s webpage Stitch Please Episode 113 "e bond's GLYPHS: A Fabric Collection of Black Women Writers" Stitch Please Episode 93 "Threads Across Time" with Sarah Bond Lisa's teaching partner mentioned Tobiah Mundt interviewed in Episode 44: Tuft Love: Felt(ing) Emotions with Tobiah Mundt e bond’s Glyph fabric collection from Free Spirit fabrics Sa…
 
On April 5, ShipStation launches a new podcast, Get Ship Done, hosted by J.B. Hager. This show spotlights entrepreneurs in ecommerce — both big and small — to uncover their unique journey to building a successful online brand. Tune in to learn more about their successes, struggles, and useful tips on how to Get Ship Done. Brands featured this seaso…
 
Dr. Diana Baird N'Diaye Instagram @dndaiaye gorgeous website: https://ndiayedesign.myportfolio.com/ Harlem Youth Opportunities Unlimited or HARYOU Mamie Phipps Clark and Kenneth Clark Cyril deGrasse Tyson led anti-poverty programs inside and outside of government Zelda Wynn Valdes, American fashion designer and costumer Arthur Mitchell, American ba…
 
Kianga Art webpage, instragram, facebook Reginald Lewis LaVerne Hall, Holiday Festival of Black Dolls Crowations International Black Doll Show and Sale, Philadelphia Faith Ringgold Gee's Bend Quilters Read Until You Understand; the Profound Wisdom of Black Life and Literature, Farah Jasmine Griffin Walter Dean Myers Of Water and The Spirit, Maliodo…
 
Resources: Episode 12 of Stitch Please Social Justice Sewing Academy Stitching Stolen Lives: Social Justice Sewing Academy Remembrance Project book The Yarn Mission National Quilting Museum (a.k.a. Paducah) Latifah Saafir Libs Elliott Kevin E. Quashie, "Black Alivesness or, A Poetics of Being" Places to find Sara's book events and the Remembrance P…
 
Patricia Turner Crafted Lives: Stories and Studies of African American Quilters, Patricia Turner. January 2009 Paremiologist-one who studies proverbs Alan Dundes Ralph Ellison Gee’s Bend Claudia Rankine, Citizen Chimamanda Adichie Gladys-Marie Fry Deborah Grayson Stitched from the Soul, Slave Quilts from the Antebellum South, Gladys-Marie Fry Churc…
 
Unwind with circular weaving as we create stunning wall hangings and explore the techniques and materials to find our individual creative passion. In this workshop, Jacqueline Do, creator of Along the Loom woven wall art and Social Media Manager for The Crafter’s Box, shares her love of the craft as she demonstrates the fundamentals of warping a ci…
 
Episode Overview Guest: Tracy H. – twitter.com/DMB_fanatic History Read By: Perry Ritter – twitter.com/pritter1792 TWIHI By: Lea G. – twitter.com/dmbmamas TWIHI Song: Squirm Music by: Jesse Stone – twitter.com/JStoneVT Episode Song & Stingers: "Oh" Video of Theme Song: youtube.com/watch?v=d3Fo0K4OXQE Taping Note We pre-tape in order to allow for a …
 
Discover how gratifying hand sewing can be as we slow things down and explore two very special quilting workshops. Amanda Carye, the designer and writer behind Broadcloth Studio, shares her passion for this meditative craft as she walks us through each step of the quilt making process. With 25 years of quilting experience, Amanda surprisingly didn’…
 
Kristine Mays website, instagram, facebook Eldridge Cleaver, writer and political activist ''Our crown has already been bought and paid for. All we have to do is wear it.'' -James Baldwin Lisa shared her exploration of “Forecrafting:” using one’s limited resources to craft something that will save and preserve your future- whether you’re there to s…
 
e bond’s webpage e bond’s Creativebug classes e bond’s Glyph fabric collection from Free Spirit fabrics Writers mentioned from Glyph fabric collect: Nella Larsen, Phillis Wheatley, Maya Angelou, Octavia Butler, Lorraine Hansberry, Lucille Clifton The Slowdown podcast Tracy K Smith former host of The Slowdown podcast and author of Declaration Ada Li…
 
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