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Stitchology: blending faithful reflection with creative crafting. Every season will pair with a mystery cross stitch stitch-along pattern. Each week a portion of the pattern will be released, along with brief devotionals to listen to on this podcast. You set the pace of how fast you stitch and how much you listen.
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Welcome to the Cosplay Stitch Seam where three crafters explore the vast world of costume creation. Join Pannon, Vermilion Fire and David Crestsphinx as they talk cosplay community, crafting, contests, and more!
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The Cross Stitch Podcast

Hannah Braniff | Cross Stitcher and Creator at Hannah Hand Makes

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Welcome to the podcast for cross stitchers and cake eaters. My name is Hannah; I am a UK cross stitcher, the creator of and at Hannah Hand Makes and your host! This show aims to build a cross stitch community and help teach you the lovely art of cross stitch. In the show you will find some tutorials and hints and tips around cross stitch and I will be chatting about the benefits of cross stitch, any Stitch Along's (SALs) I am running and sharing my favourite cross stitch pattern or kit of th ...
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Dive deep into the vibrant world of sewing with the award-winning Stitch Please podcast, an official show of Black Women Stitch – the sewing group where Black lives matter. Uniquely crafted for those who love sewing, this sewing podcast is a gem that centers around Black women, girls, and femmes, weaving threads of creativity, technique, and passion with every episode. Hosted by Lisa Woolfork, a 6th generation sewing enthusiast, this podcast not only mirrors her ardor for the craft but also ...
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Exploring the wonderful world of quality footwear, how it’s made, and all the things we love about it.Check out Stitchdown.com for shoe and boot reviews, interviews with industry titans, profiles, release info, and more.
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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 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 what is ...
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Welcome to The Ominous Stitch Podcast, where threads of creativity intertwine with threads of the unknown. Join us as we unravel the eerie, one stitch at a time. In this unique podcast, your hosts Angela and Nicole seamlessly blend the worlds of crafting and the supernatural, weaving together tales of crocheting, cross-stitching, and the uncanny. With a penchant for the paranormal, Angela and Nicole delve into spine-chilling accounts of ghostly encounters, unexplained phenomena, and tales of ...
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Stitchtember

Stitchtember

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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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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! From stitching tips to chats with your favourite designers, Stitch Talk is your perfect companion to your stitching time. You can now also join the Stitch Talk Club to get two bonus episode evert month! https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mindful-stitching-company/subscribe
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Stitched Podcast

Simple Simon and Company

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Join Simple Simon and Company as they walk you through the history of your favorite quilt blocks and patterns while weaving in personal stories and insights about the ties that bind.
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108 Stitches

108 Stitches

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Presented by the Oney Boys, this is the baseball podcast you can relate to. Just a couple college guys who are extremely passionate and love the sport of baseball. Tune in for weekly views on all things baseball. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/108-stitches/support
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StitchPhiles with Barudan America

StitchPhiles with Barudan America

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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.
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Running Stitch - A QSOS Podcast explores quilt stories, revealing the inner thoughts, feelings, and motivations of contemporary quiltmakers by drawing on Quilters S.O.S. -- Save Our Stories, the long running oral history project created by the Quilt Alliance in 1999.
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Based in the UK, Stitched Together is a podcast that has grown from a long established knitting and crafting blog. It covers recommendations, reviews and recitations of valiant endeavours on the front line of crafting. The schedule for the show will always be quite random. I'll only be able to do shows when health allows, but I hope to manage at least one show a month.
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Feather Stitch New York

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Feather & Stitch New York offers products created with elegance by keeping in mind your comfort and environment. We are known for providing quality products that ensure living in luxury for less. Our goal is to offer a wide range of high-quality stylish home essentials at an affordable price. With us, you can get quality and luxurious home essentials like 100% cotton sheets, bath towels, bath mats, duvet covers, and pillowcases. Visit our website to buy top-quality stylish home essentials at ...
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Nevertheless, She Stitched

Women of Color in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (WOCPRS)

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Nevertheless, She Stitched is a podcast dedicated to elevating the voices of women of color in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. Co-hosts Kassandra Carrion and Ogechukwu Onuh dive deep into the lives of WOC plastic surgeons who share the strides and challenges of their careers while discussing their outlook on motherhood, hobbies, world issues, and more!
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Stitches in Cowhide is one of the premier MLB podcasts available. Each day, host J.W. Cox takes the audience through the big news and notes of the prior day's action, dives into the big game box scores with in depth analysis, and even more. If you're looking for another way to sate your baseball thirst, look no further.
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Want an inside look at how your clothes were made? Everything from the good, the bad, and the beautiful? Beyond The Stitch explores the human side of fashion- the side that laughs, cries, drinks coffee, and even makes mistakes. Beyond the Stitch takes a deep look at how good and ethical design can enrich our lives. Join Veronica, Creative Director of Litany NYC, every Wednesday as she talks with her cats or a human guest about how we can make fashion more human.
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Basic Stitches

Basic Stitches Podcast

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Hello! Welcome to Basic Stitches! We are three sisters in our "twenty somethings" who get together once a week, knit together, and talk about stuff! Join us while we make fun of each other and explore a range of thoughts, from our favorite movies to struggling with mental illness. BIO TIME! Leandra- Oldest Sister. Massage Therapist, extrovert, and rockstar with band Graves and The Bad Weather. Simone- Middle Sister. Hair stylist, introvert, and avid fan of all cats. Taleah aka T- Youngest Si ...
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The Patches & Stitches Simpsons Podcast Extravaganza (PSSP-E) is an amusing attempt to review, relive, and examine past Simpsons episodes. Follow the two brothers, as they attempt to formulate witty banter about one of the sharpest television shows of all time. Nothing could go wrong. If you have a few spare moments and enjoy wandering conversations about comedy and childhood squabbles, put on your head phones, strap yourself in and feel the Gs from this not so original weekly podcast.
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Glitches Get Stitches

Glitches Get Stitches

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Are you a nerd? Do you love video games? Does the sound of 2 overweight, middle-aged man voices really get you going? Then you’ll go ape shit for The 2GS Show: Glitches Get Stitches Podcast. We’ll hit on all the top gaming news and lore as well as dive so far deep into nerdom, you’ll be pulling your underwear out of your ass for days!! Join Jon Jon and Jeff weekly for all your laughs and gaming news we’ll see you on the other side!!
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Crown and Stitch - A Show About Fitted Hats

Crown and Stitch - Retrospect Podcasts

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In recent years, fitted hats have gone from being a baseball thing to a collector's item with new releases and countless colorways dropping every week. Crown and Stitch is a show about hats, caps, fitted, snapbacks, and other headwear that aims to educate, inform and inspire listeners to become a part of the fitted hat community. Hosted by @smoovaseggs, @keiththesneakk, and @nickengvall, Crown and Stitch is more than just the fashion and aesthetics of fitted hats, it's an all encompassing lo ...
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Hi, I’m Megan Avery, the Hipstitch Academy founder. I’ve been successfully teaching sewing to adults and kids in my sewing studio M Avery Designs for over 12 years. I opened my sewing studio in Hoboken, NJ in 2004 when I saw my community asking for classes & workshops on how to sew & be creative. I love sewing, creativity & making things with my hands. More importantly, I love teaching others how to do all of these things. Here is why I created Hipstitch Academy: To form a community of like ...
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Hey Stitchers, welcome to the 100TH EPISODE of The Ominous Stitch Podcast!!! NOTE: This episode will touch up on a lot of gruesome events from the Jack the Ripper case. Listener Discretion is advised. Part 1 of 3 will touch up on the first two victims of the "canonical five". But before story time, Angela explains how easy it is to crochet the Houn…
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Vfire and David talk about Dungeon Meshi (Delicious in Dungeon) and talk about fun cooking ideas. What fun fan cook books are out there and what in the DnD monster manual looks... delicious. Want to support the show? Find out how on Cosplaystitchandseam.com Or email us cosplaystitchandseam@gmail.com Don't forget we have a patreon. www.patreon.com/c…
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In this lively "Restitch" episode of the Stitch Please podcast, Lisa chats with Jasika Nicole about breaking creative boundaries in showbiz. They dive into Hollywood's limits, championing diversity, and the empowering art of setting boundaries, even in the online sewing community. Jasika shares her journey, from handling unwanted advice to ditching…
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In this episode, I am sharing thoughts on something Sarah (a Cross Stitch Club member) mentioned in one of her comments about being a passive vs an active stitcher. I share what my take on these two are and when you might need to be one over the other. You can read the blog post/show notes for this episode here:…
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For some of us makers, there's the desire to take our creativity beyond something which is purely a hobby. Whether we opt to teach our craft to others, design patterns or sell finished items at craft fairs or online, there are many ways to potentially make money from making. In this episode, I looked at Etsy as a platform for selling creative makes…
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Welcome to the final episode of our "Mother God" season on the Stitchology Crafts podcast! In this episode, we delve into the intriguing and often overlooked feminine images of God found in Hosea 13:4-8. Join us as we explore the rich tapestry of divine imagery, examining how these passages present a nurturing, powerful, and compassionate aspect of…
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Quale è il futuro dei contentuti video immersivi? Il video a 360 o il video a 180. Dal lancio sul mercato dell'Apple Vision Pro le cose stanno cambiando e il 180VR sta prendendosempre più piede. Youtube ➜ http://bit.ly/2jKpXov XR blog ➜ https://360.fluido.tv Facebook ➜ https://www.facebook.com/fluido.tv/ Twitter ➜ https://twitter.com/fluidotv Insta…
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Welcome back to The Ominous Stitch Podcast, where we explain fun crochet patterns, jump into spooky story time and review horror movies! This week's episode features Angela explaining the "Stitch" Beanie from Lilo & Stitch, then Nicole continues on the Cryptid Road Trip in Indiana (the Beast of Busco, Meshekenabek, & Pukwudgies) and Michigan (the M…
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Welcome to another enlightening episode of our Mother God season. This penultimate episode was inspired by the picture book "Mother God" by Teresa Kim Pecinovsky and accompanies our cross stitch stitch along. Today, we dive deep into the rich imagery found in the Bible, focusing on the powerful metaphors of eagles and hens as seen in Luke 13 and Is…
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This week’s Stitch Please podcast is a can't-miss episode for any quilter. Lisa chats with quilting superstars Gyleen X. Fitzgerald, Latifah Saafir, and Geraldine Wilkins, about the incredible Tropical Quilting Retreat at Sea. Dive into the details of the upcoming retreat, with workshops, fabric fun, port stops, and more. They dish out tips and hig…
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In this episode of the Mother God season, we delve into the rich and evocative metaphor found in Jeremiah 18, where God is depicted as a potter shaping clay. Join us as we uncover the feminine dimensions of this powerful image and discuss how it challenges traditional views of the divine. We begin with a discussion on what the recent French perform…
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Are you as excited to continue our cryptid road trip as Angela and Nicole are?! Part 6 focuses on Georgia (Altamahaha), South Carolina (Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp), North Carolina (Beast of Bladenboro), and Kentucky (the Pope Lick Monster). Before this, Angela explains how to crochet the Simple Stitch Tunisian Crochet Headband! Movie review: The…
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Yesterday marked the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy. Along with the military commemorations, there was a very special one created in yarn, by hundreds of knitters & crocheters around the globe - The Longest Yarn. Tansy Forster, who has lived in Normandy for over 20 years, was inspired by the Post Box toppers she saw when she tra…
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Welcome to another inspiring episode of our Mother God Stitch Along season! In this episode, we delve into the beautiful metaphor of God as a fiber artist, masterfully weaving the threads of creation and care. Join us as we explore Genesis 3 and Psalm 139, uncovering divine examples of God's intricate handiwork. In Genesis 3, we witness God's tende…
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In this fun-filled episode of the Stitch Please podcast, Lisa dives into the nitty gritty world of sewing and sublimation printing. She shares her passion for this vibrant technique, exploring its history, necessary materials, and step-by-step process. Lisa also chats about her personal projects, revealing the pros and cons of sublimation printing.…
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Pannon and David talk about what you need to know before you start your own charity drive. What group do you want to support? How do you raise funds? What's the best way to reach out to sponsors? It's all trial and error and we talk about our past experiences. Want to support the show? Find out how on Cosplaystitchandseam.com Or email us cosplaysti…
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In this episode of our Mother God series based on the picture book with the same name by Teresa Kim Pecinovsk , we delve into Matthew 13 and the intriguing parable where God is depicted as a baker. Join us as we unpack the metaphor of God as a baker, kneading yeast into flour until the entire batch is leavened. We'll discuss how this image reflects…
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Welcome back to another AMAZING episode of the Ominous Stitch Podcast! Episode 97 features Angela and her new book, A Crochet World of Creepy Creatures and Cryptids by Rikki Gustafson and from it Angela crocheted the Chupacabra! Then Nicole continues their Cryptid Road Trip in story time, visiting Mississippi (Chatawa Monster), Tennessee (Tennessee…
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In today’s episode, we’ll be exploring Psalm 131, one of the Psalms of Ascent. We’ll delve into the rich imagery of what it means to be "weaned from God's bosom," and how this metaphor can transform our understanding of spiritual maturity and dependence on God. In this episode, we’ll focus on: Understanding the Metaphor: What does it mean to be "we…
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Take a trip with Black Women Stitch as Lisa whisks listeners away on a 24-hour adventure through LA's Fashion District. From fabric shopping sprees and meeting Josie from LA Finch Fabric to diving into the colorful fabric scene, she shares it all. Lisa dishes out travel tips for anyone who likes to buy pieces while they're traveling. Plus, which fa…
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In this episode, we explore the tender imagery of God as a breastfeeding woman in Isaiah 49. This powerful metaphor highlights God's nurturing and care. We delve into the cultural and theological significance of this image, discussing how it redefines traditional views of God and enriches our spiritual understanding. Special crafter appreciation sh…
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Alison Holt is a contemporary textile artist, teacher and author who combines silk painting and freehand machine embroidery to create beautiful landscapes and glimpses of the natural world. Alison shares how her career and art continues to evolve, as she looks for new challenges. Following new opportunities as well as ongoing marketing and visibiit…
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Hey Stitchers! For Episode 96 of The Ominous Stitch Podcast, Angela explains how to create the Farm House Granny Square. Then for part four of our Cryptid Road Trip, Nicole visits Texas to discuss the Lake Worth Monster and the Chupacabra; then to Louisiana for the ominous Rougarou. Movie review: The Cursed (2021). YouTube Channel for Demos Website…
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Hello, I’m thrilled to be back with another series of episodes of Making Stitches Podcast. This time I’m doing something a bit different, instead of launching the new series with a new interview, I’ve taken a dive into the archives. Since I last spoke to you, Making Stitches celebrated its 4th birthday (which I think is pretty decent in podcasting)…
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In this episode, we delve into the evocative imagery of God as a woman in labor as portrayed n Deuteronomy 32. We discuss the powerful metaphor birth and creation, examining how this depiction challenges traditional perceptions of the divine. We also draw connections to the insights of Simon de Beauvoir, exploring her perspectives on femininity. Jo…
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This week on the podcast Lisa dives into the fascinating history and handy uses of sewing pins and needles. From ancient origins to modern-day must-haves. Discover the best pins and needles for your projects, get tips on selecting the right ones, and hear about her favorite brands. Whether you're a sewing newbie or a seasoned stitcher, this episode…
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In this episode, I am sharing 10 fiction audiobooks I have listened to and loved over the year and are perfect to listen to when cross stitching. You can get all of the links/find the books from this episode here: https://hannahhandmakes.com/blogs/podcast/10-fiction-audiobooks/Oleh Hannah Braniff
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In this episode we delve into the concept of God as Teacher through a feminine lens. Our conversation includes an examination of the accompaniment models of teaching, emphasizing the relational and nurturing aspects that mirror maternal guidance. Additionally, we highlight the importance of context when reading prophetic books of the Bible, sheddin…
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Episode 95 of The Ominous Stitch Podcast features Angela explaining how to create the Sweet Flower in Wonderland applique found on the Instragram handle @tanoshiimajo; then Nicole continues the cryptid road trip through Kansas (Sinkhole Sam), Missouri (Momo), Oklahoma (Giant Octopus) and Arkansas (Fouke Monster, aka Boggy Creek Monster). Movie revi…
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Pannon and Jaguarquinn will be doing a charity give away Sunday May 19th 11 AM MST https://www.twitch.tv/jaguarquinn You can find out more here David is on faer own and is going to talk about their special interest and the drama around Eurovision... Come join in on the fun Eurovangelists Podcast Nemo - Switzerland Joost Klein - Netherlands Baby Las…
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Join us in this enlightening episode as we delve into Proverbs 8, as we explore the rich tradition of interpreting God's wisdom as a feminine presence. From the mystic insights of Hildegarde of Bingen to the feminist theological perspectives of Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza and the artwork of Kelly Latimore, we discover how God's wisdom enhances our…
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In this episode, Lisa chats with the Chicago FrockTails crew about their exciting two-day event celebrating sewing and style in the Windy City. From blues to bites to beautiful threads, they spill the beans on what makes this bash unique. Get ready for monochrome magic, chiffon chic, and a whole lotta plaid! With fashion shows, workshops, and more,…
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Pastors Tina and Angel dive into how the image of God as Creator can be interpreted as a feminine image. Inspired by the book Mother God by Teresa Kim Pecinovsky, this episode is the first that pairs with the Mother God Stitch Along designed by Crog. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/stitchologycrafts/message…
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We are on part 2 of the Cryptid Road Trip! We discuss cryptids in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Nebraska. Prior to story time, Angela shares her OWN pattern that she made: the Spiral Granny Square. Movie review: The Mist (2007). YouTube Channel for Demos Website: https://theominousstitch.podbean.com/ Instagram: @theominousstitchFaceboo…
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In this episode of the Stitch Please podcast, your favorite sewist Lisa discusses the history and importance of pin cushions in sewing. She explores the origins of the tomato pin cushion and its symbolism, as well as the different types of needles and how to organize them in a pin cushion. Lisa also shares a fun decorative idea for marking special …
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Ever miss a deadline? Worry about picking up from where you left off? How do you stay focused when new shows and costume ideas keep coming out? The gang talk about what motivates them, finding your style and offering options on what's best to keep yourself motivated to that finish line. Don't forget to join our Patreon Patreon.com/cosplaystitch ---…
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For the closeout episode of Shoecast season 11, Ben sits down with Will Roman, founder of Chisos Boots, a young and growing brand out of Austin, Texas that offers one of the best values in a legitimately well made, well designed cowboy boot. They cover how Chisos in some ways started with a lemonade stand, how Will ended up in León Mexico and fell …
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Welcome to Episode 93 of The Ominous Stitch Podcast! Angela explains in detail how to create the Tunisian Crochet Smock Stitch, then Nicole brings back the Road Trip Series across the USA - but with the most popular cryptid of each state; this episode features Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa. Movie review: Cloverfield (2008). YouTube Channel for Demos…
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Caroline Hyde-Brown is a textile artist with a long-established career. Inspired by botanical research, she combines foraged plant material with a variety of textile art techniques to create fascinating weaves and vessels with fragile beauty. Combined with her purposeful art practice experience, Caroline shares plenty of wisdom on Stitchery Stories…
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