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Spring has sprung and we’re here for it. In this episode, Aislinn was enjoying a modified Bee’s Knees with homemade violet simple syrup replacing the honey syrup. Inspired by BlackForager on Instagram, she gathered the violets from her yard to make a beautifully pH-sensitive syrup! Top tip: make it with distilled water to ensure your normal tap wat…
 
Hello again! We recorded Feb 21 but didn’t get it uploaded until Feb 27 because work and life. Never forget: Ohio is garbage. Aislinn is enjoying Hoof Hearted Hot Probs, a DDH pale ale, at a crushable 5.6%. Maranda is having a Fair State x Dekker collab Too Far Juice. Maranda banged out 200 valentines this year!!! Mind = blown. Aislinn made a total…
 
Repeat after us: Valentine’s Day is for friends, not lovers! Welcome to one of our favorite holidays, a celebration of appreciation and affection, topped with lots of sugary sweets. We can’t help but think this year is perfect for telling people you’re thinking of them fondly, since it will still be quite a while before we can see each other in per…
 
Welcome to our accidental annual tradition of “what do I give when I’ve got no money, no time, or neither!” We discuss gift ideas, breaking the cycle of consumerism (and pressure to keep material goods) Maranda is having a New Belgium Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA and Aislinn is having a Big Grove Hazepocalypse Survival Kit #2. For food, we suggest ho…
 
Hello again! Look at us recording in a reasonable period of time. You probably shouldn’t get used to it. Tune in for a one-sided debate about the best coney dog in Detroit, a brief treatise about the UP, and the misnaming of freshwater seas as “Great Lakes.” Aislinn is drinking a Pastorela cocktail made with Centenario añejo tequila, Earl Giles pil…
 
After a months-long hiatus to work on salvaging our country, we’re back! Happy Belated Birthday to Maranda! Apologies for the audio quality issues, we haven’t yet worked out the best recording system. Maranda is drinking a Moscow mule with Cock and Bull ginger beer. Aislinn is drinking Double Nod from Big Grove Brewery. While expensive, the Yeti co…
 
Wow, sorry it took so long for us to get this posted. Blame the derecho and all the mess that came with it; the internet hasn’t been too stable since then because random tree branches keep falling in subsequent much smaller storms. At least we haven’t had a second derecho, right? Links may come later, but at this point, the most important one is pr…
 
Happy Pride! We know this is being posted after the end of June, but it was recorded on the last day of Pride month, and really, why should Pride end at all? Join us for a discussion of our favorite summer beers (and rough summer drinking stories), ongoing craft challenges (read: life remains busy with social activism and like, work and stuff), and…
 
Helloo! We’re here again for your entertainment. This week we toasted with cocktails. Maranda opted for a bourbon strawberry rhubarb lemonade made with Earl Giles pre-mixed cocktail mixer (which can also be enjoyed as a mocktail). Aislinn is considering ordering their piloncillo syrup; if you’ve never had piloncillo, it’s a delicious flavorful Mexi…
 
Quarantimes call for ongoing support and craft therapy! Listen in as we chat about new ideas and reviving old (or perhaps previously tried but never successful) hobbies. Aislinn tries gardening from seeds, and Maranda gets into rehabbing furniture. Warm weather calls for a refreshing sour beer! Aislinn is drinking Big Grove (shocking, I know) Quese…
 
We’ll be adding show notes throughout the day, but for now, check out the Saturday Night Dance Party on Facebook Live with DJ Mel! 6-10pm CST. Aislinn is having a cosmopolitan, which sadly was not as delightful as she had hoped. Maranda teaches us about the world of Bloody Maries (Marys?), and that in Minnesota, a beerback is called a “snit.” Aisli…
 
…in which we enter the Twilight Zone of prolonged sheltering in place. Please comment here or on our IG about how you are all surviving in this most bizarre of times. We’re all working at establishing our new routines, and learning to give ourselves grace and mercy while we try to take care of others and ourselves. We wish you all safety and securi…
 
Join us for some self-soothing craft talk to help you weather the pandemic. Take care of yourself, do what you can to take care of others, and wash those hands! Maranda is enjoying a J. Carver Bourbon and Vernors. Aislinn is belatedly celebrating International Women’s Day with a Big Grove/Domestic Violence Intervention Program Equalitea Party sour …
 
We hope to get more detailed show notes up in the future, but at least for now, here are links for shopping Black Owned Business Black Friday! Want to shop the day after Christmas? Here are 28 black-owned businesses’ gift ideas https://hellobeautiful.com/playlist/black-friday-business-deals-from-black-owned-businesses-2019/ https://uomabeauty.com/ …
 
Aaaand, we’re back! Travel, work, and life changes got the better of us, and it took us a little while to get back to our regular grind. But here we are, no worse for the wear. Aside from the fact that even after I looked it up, I was incorrect about the episode number. :/ Today we talk about so many things, I will probably miss some of them in the…
 
Welcome back, friends! This month we’re delving into Maranda’s new plant obsession (tips welcome!) and Aislinn’s total inability to relax when her to-do list is to-done. Links: Aislinn is enjoying this celery simple syrup (but you do have to heat the syrup for the sugar to go into solution) for pretty much every beverage. Maranda was enjoying the L…
 
Welcome back! We’re thrilled to share with you our favorite summer quaffs, our new projects for old friends, and more efforts at a plastic-free life. If menstruation conversation bothers you, feel free to skip from ~42:00 to the end of the podcast, haha! Links: Aislinn was drinking Big Grove Passion Project. Maranda was righting the ship with ginge…
 
Wow, the Wisconsin hot tubs really bring out the best in us. In this episode, we extol the virtues of Bud Light Orange (?!), tips and tricks for mixing fabrics in projects, and trying new things. Enjoy our surround sound belly laughs! Maranda was enjoying a fine Bud Light Orange. If you’re interested in Pat’s latest invention, orange vanilla Coke +…
 
It’s been too long! Thank you for your patience as we waded through work and life for the past month. We hope you enjoy our ramblings on our careers, our crafts, and the midwest festival season. Links: Aislinn popped open a can of These Boots Were Made for Hoppin’ Hazy IPA, a collaboration between Lionbridge and multiple women brewers from around I…
 
We’re real grown-ups now! We hope you enjoy our ramblings about Spring weather, being idiot Americans around the world, and our favorite circular fashion options. Links: As a podcast, we’ve moved through our Saturn return. Aislinn is drinking Backpocket Brewing Grown Up Juice, part of the their running collab with Raygun. If you have never heard of…
 
We chat shrubs, beeswax wraps, and Black-owned businesses. Enjoy! Links: Aislinn was drinking the cranberry shrub cocktail from David Lebovitz with Cedar Ridge Bourbon aged in port barrels. Maranda was having A Real Nice Surprise (hazy DIPA) from Big Grove. Aislinn is working on the Penny Cardigan from WATG in Shiny Happy Cotton in Bazaar Orange an…
 
We’re back! And with another imperfect recording method. It’s a process. Links: Bløm Meadworks – Aislinn was enjoying their Gin Botanical in a collectible glass made by Cary Liebowitz (aka Candy Ass) for a great HIV/AIDS organization, ACRIA. Yeti tumblers may be pricy, but dang do they keep a cold drink cold. Maranda hosted a mending party at her h…
 
There is an important conversation happening online right now in the craft community about privilege, race, diversity, and inclusivity. As crafters we may mean well but we fail ourselves and each other when we elect not to talk about difficult issues just because it feels awkward or we don’t know exactly the perfect thing to say. We have to try. We…
 
Happy Christmas Eve! We hope you enjoy our Festivus airing of grievances, our 1-2 ideas for solid last-minute gifts, and holiday Gold Stars. Apologies for the audio quality, and we are working on a solution. Links: Sociable Cider Werks Fat Bike Mulled Apple For a last-minute gift, Aislinn recommends Quick bulky mittens in Malabrigo Rasta by Aimee P…
 
‘Tis the crafting season! Join us for our second year of gift crafting suggestions ranging across budgets, skill levels, and available time. Links: Aislinn is having a perfect Manhattan (with a ratio of 1.5 parts bourbon to 1 part vermouths, so less boozy overall) with plum bitters to make it a little more seasonal Maranda is having Omni Brewing FA…
 
It’s been a long time, we shouldn’t have left you, without a podcast to knit to. Tune in to hear about our first ever Vogue Knitting Live experience, and what it’s like to learn from celebrity teachers (spoiler alert: it’s pretty great even when you’re not great at what they’re teaching you). Links: Pine Tree Apple Orchard Indeed Brewing La Doña Ce…
 
Get your sillies out (or elevated) with us while we chat politics, even more beer, startitis versus getting things finished, and our undying love of Lizzo. Links: Backpocket Brewing A House Divided The Iowa Wave Sentyrz Market in Minneapolis Insight Brewing The Internship of the Claw King DDH NE IPA Indeed Brewing Up Down Kansas City The National M…
 
It’s the first day of Autumn! Hop on this pumpkin spice train and join us for an apple cider-flavored chat about new projects, our love of change, and a review of a great new kids book by our favorite musician, Leslie Hall! Links: Wilson’s Orchard Ciders Penny Cardigan (Aislinn is using bazaar orange as main color and cameo rose as contrast) Patter…
 
Recover from your Labor Day celebrations with us! We chat about the fine city of Minneapolis, the wonders of the Minnesota State Fair, and our gratitude for you all. Links: Wicked Wort in Robbinsdale, MN Pulpit Rock Brewing in Decorah, IA Minnesota State Fair! We highly recommend the Miracle of Birth Center. Nothing better than baby animals! Har Ma…
 
Hello again! We’re back chatting about single-use plastics and the virtues of early mornings. Oh, and crafts. We really do talk about crafts, promise. Castle Danger Brewing (Name that tune! Danger!) Karben4 Fantasy Factory (Aislinn misspoke about the most common carbon fixation, C4 carbon fixation is more recently evolved and less common than C3 ca…
 
Session 2 of Summer School with Stitchcraft! Our guest is Auralís Herrero Lugo, the designer behind Auralístudio. She is an amazing force of nature, and her projects encompass sustainable fashion, industrial development, and education. We are thrilled to share her conversation with you. Links: Hacienda San Pedro – https://cafehsp.com Cafe el Gran B…
 
Hello again and welcome to episode 17, where we dish long and hard about craft beers (who’s surprised), how to calm your kombucha, and a great listener/friend tape yarn project. Sorry about the audio quality here. We were trying something new, and our GarageBand skills just aren’t up to fixing it. Hopefully you can still hear everything ok, and we’…
 
Happy June all you nature babes! We’re outdoors for a springtime recording. Hope you enjoy the dulcet tones of birds trying to find mates, coffee cups clanking on a glass table (sorry), and the two of us expounding upon our love of Iowa City. Links coming soon.โดย Stitchcraft Podcast
 
Welcome to episode 15! We hope you’re out relaxing in your backyard or maybe a nearby park, listening to the podcast with a hot barbeque and a cold beer closeby, celebrating the long weekend. Links: Doubleknit podcast, one of Aislinn’s favorites! Trillium Brewing Scaled Way Up Double IPA New Glarus Spotted Cow For making splatter-painted stuff, Mar…
 
Welcome to Summer School with Stitchcraft! This is not the remedial summer school when you failed a class, but a summer school where we learn new perspectives, new ideas, and hopefully grow as creators and thinkers. We’re hoping this is the first in a series of interviews with creative folks of all stripes, who think about their work differently an…
 
Almost back on schedule! Today’s episode is brought to you by the great midwestern thaw. Sit back and relax while we ruminate on the value of “craft” in craft beer, colorwork knitting, and mindfulness. Links: Keweenaw Point Trail Ale Boulevard Single Wide IPA Fun facts about the Greatest of Lakes! Resistor Hat by Heidi Arjes Hoopla by Dianna Walla …
 
Snowpocalypse prep! Get your sourdough started, bust out your best snowpants and boots, and tune in while we dream of field trips for warmer times. Want a tarot reading from Maranda? Post a comment on this blog post and she’ll contact you! Links: New Glarus Brewing Surly Start that sourdough! Republic MPLS Craft Beer Bar Her Spirit Vodka donates mo…
 
Rushing headlong into spring like gin and soda, lavender-flavored everything, and sprinting for the finish line on lots of projects for #finishitfebruary. Apologies for the sound quality at the end of the episode. No idea what happened there but we’re hoping to upgrade equipment soon so please bear with us! Links: Spring Gin by Ann Arbor Distilling…
 
Join us as we opine on the value of Valentine’s Day…it’s for friends not lovers! We discuss our favorite treats for ourselves and our loved ones. Links: Beautiful delicious chocolates from Bon Bon Bon Mocktails that taste like real cocktails from Curious Elixirs Winehaven Mead from Minnesota Maranda is using organic cotton from Blue Sky Alpacas for…
 
A Midwest Paean, where we wax poetic about our new hometowns. We also chat about how to memorialize the art of public works with wax or graphite rubbings, and how to use all those cute patches you’ve bought at shows. Aislinn is still working on the Yoga Shawl by Andrea Mowry in Drops Alpaca. Currently suffering from slight second sock syndrome on t…
 
Do you have any New Year’s resolutions? Craftolusions? Craft delusions? We have them all! Also included in today’s fun: methods for joining yarn ends in a project, self care, and the merits of daily creativity. Links: Wool and the Gang Kinda Magic Socks kit Schachenmayr Regia self-patterning yarn by Arne and Carlos Quadrillion sweater by Meghan Fer…
 
New year, new episode! Today’s rambles include Christmas knitting, preserving parts of very old fabric, woven fabric construction, and darning. Links: Short’s Brewing Dark Horse Brewing Tambourine by Julia Farwell-Clay in Madelinetosh Twist DK Squishy Washy by Lone Drachmann in Knit Picks Cotlin One Day Beret by Kristen Kapur Swirly Hat by Mrs. Moo…
 
It’s the countdown to Christmas (or hopefully a nice break from work if you don’t celebrate Christmas)! Thanks so much for joining us on our holiday ramble. Here are links to stuff mentioned in the episode: Yoga shawl by Andrea Mowry Good tutorial for blocking knitted items into shape. If you want to learn more about trend forecasting (like Maranda…
 
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