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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.
Are you new to sewing and want to start quilting but have no idea where to start? Each Wednesday join me as I share the ins and outs of that quilt life. If you don’t have a sewing machine, can’t figure out how much fabric you need for that cool project you saw online, or you’re just trying to figure out where the heck to stick that bobbin this is the podcast for you.
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 ( or read our daily tips and share some of your own.
A podcast all about sewing! My goal is to help you learn to sew with useful tips and techniques, easy sewing projects, book reviews, sewing tool recommendations and recommendations to other online sewing resources.
This Californian sews for her lifestyle, one that includes hiking, biking, school, and a casual work environment. She prefers arty romantic styles, like embellished tee shirts. Laurel sews pretty clothes that make her wardrobe work. Her monthly “Enchanted By Sewing” shows are garment themed, and include chat about techniques and patterns, as well as short interviews with other local San Francisco Bay Area sewists.
QuiltMoxie The podcast where QuiltMoxie meets Craftsy. Join your Host Ariana, who is enrolled in many online classes, and come along as she shares her class progress with you. Craftsy is and online community dedicated to providing the best education and resources for crafters. You will find show notes and everything QuiltMoxie at . Get Social with QuiltMoxie and leave your comments and feedback at your favourite hangout, on iTunes or by email.
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If you love fabric, you might be familiar with both Cotton + Steel and Ruby Star society. In this episode, Haley sits down with all five founding designers to talk about their creative journey, their close friendship, and what designing fabric means to them.
Find out what material Zede and Mallory like and recommend to use for swimsuit lining as well as how they line their suits. Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:โดย Zede's Sewing Studio
Jenny Rushmore is the founder and creative director of Cashmerette. Her business empowers curvy and plus-size women to feel confident through sewing a wardrobe of fabulously fitting clothes. Originally from Scotland, Jenny has lived in nine countries and is now proud to call Boston, Massachusetts, her home. Join Threads editors Sarah McFarland and …
What exactly is organic fabric? And why should you buy it? We're joined by Arleen, Director of Operations for Birch Fabric to talk about the how and why of organics, and why they focus their business on organic cotton.
Mallory and Zede answer more questions from the Facebook group including best practices for suit longevity, how to accommodate full busts, bellies, and fupas and what is and where to get board short fabric. Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:…
Ever thought about turning the hobby you love into a business? Today, we're joined by Abby Glassenberg of Craft Industry Alliance, who shares her wisdom after working with over a thousand craft businesses of all sizes.
Mallory and Zede answer group questions regarding swimwear. Questions like where can you purchase swimwear fabric, what is the best type of elastic to use, can you dye swim fabric? Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:โดย Zede's Sewing Studio
How do you know if a piece of clothing is high quality? And how do you build quality into the clothing that you make? In this episode, we discuss the three areas to look for quality in clothing, and what "high quality" really means for us.
This month, we had an amazing article about making your own non-disposable bathroom products. Today, we'll talk through those DIY ideas to help us all reduce waste in the home while using the scraps we already have.
Zede and Mallory talk about the three areas of a sewing machine that have/hold tension and how important each is. Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:โดย Zede's Sewing Studio
Tabitha Sewer just may be the quintessential sewing enthusiast. A sewing content creator, she uses social media and her website to share with the world her sewing joy. She talks with the Threads editors in the Sewing With Threads Episode 40 podcast about her patterns, her button business, and some of the keys to her success.…
Today's episode was inspired by a video on our YouTube channel called "3 Tips to Make Paper Patterns Last". We'll share the 3 tips from that video, and also adding a few more ideas to keep your paper patterns around longer.
What types of fabrics are used for linings, can you add or omit a lining to a pattern, why do you line garments? Zede and Mallory answer these questions and more. Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:โดย Zede's Sewing Studio
Zede and Mallory take more Facebook group questions regarding zippers. This time they touch on how to insert a zipper anywhere and how to replace one. Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:โดย Zede's Sewing Studio
In last week's episode, we talked about prioritizing your projects. This week, we're quickly digging into one specific technique that will help you to plan and develop an idea, and make sure it fits your wardrobe.
This week, we address a question in the Seamwork community about how to prioritize projects and prevent yourself from getting overwhelmed. We share Seamwork members' tips, and our own experiences to give you a few ideas to try.
Frustrated or intimidated by zippers? Installing one for the first time or just want to learn a new technique well Mallory and Zede describe the parts of a zipper, how to lengthen and shorten them and the insertion process in a muslin. Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:…
Do you ever feel a bit "meh" about sewing? We'll explore how you can tackle the creative doldrums by asking yourself a few key questions, and figuring out the right approach for you to find your way back to a hobby you love.
Erica Bunker's fashionable garments are an inspiration to many sewers. Not only does she sew well-fitted, colorful, and contemporary styles, but she pairs them with admirable accessories, wears them with confidence, and photographs them skillfully. The Threads editors were eager to catch up with Erica for Episode 39 of the Sewing with Threads podca…
Zede and Mallory poll the facebook group to see what sewing mistakes people make repeatedly. They are here to listen, commiserate with, and share ideas on how to avoid those mistakes. Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:โดย Zede's Sewing Studio
The Burrells are a tight-knit family that sews together. Patricia, Sierra, and Sone-Seerè each know how to sew, but it wasn't something that they did together—until recently. These three women tell the story of how they share this creative spark.
Creativity makes us feel vulnerable. Sometimes we have hidden fears around our own shortcomings, our self-image, or what other people might think. We'll talk about what some of the common fears around sewing are, and how we deal with them.
Zede and Mallory share why they love when patterns include finished garment measurements and how they use this information. Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:โดย Zede's Sewing Studio
What do you do when sewing frustrates you? How do you handle stress, failure, and the occasional hit to your self-esteem that comes with creating? In this episode, we'll share a tool that can help you be kinder to yourself and stay motivated to make.
Linda Lee, owner of the Sewing Workshop pattern collection and fabrics and notions store, shares valuable tips for making pants that fit in Episode 38 of the Sewing With Threads podcast. The prolific author, pattern designer, and popular teacher packs loads of information that home sewers need for fitting pants into her discussion.…
Ann Lowe moved to New York with big dreams. She wanted to become a great American designer, no small feat for a Black woman from Alabama in 1928. But she held fast to her dream, taking enormous risks and facing down catastrophe to realize her talent. As a podcast listener, you get half off an unlimited membership to Seamwork. Just go to https://www…
Have you heard the term “deadstock” applied to fabric? What does that mean? Inspired by a thread in our community, we’ll discuss the benefits and drawbacks of deadstock, vintage, and secondhand fabric. And we’ll share some favorite places to find it.
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