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January Discoveries


Podcasts to listen to while you sew.

January Discoveries

You Might Like These Podcasts

From what you’ve told us, you love to listen to podcasts while you sew. We interviewed the crew behind the Love to Sew Podcast in this month’s issue, so we thought we’d start this new year with a big list of sewing and crafting podcasts that you can listen to while you work on your next sewing project.

Gabby and Megan are your hosts for the Stitcher’s Brew podcast.

Betsy Blodgett hosts a podcast called Hello Atelier

In the Seamwork Radio archives, you can hear from many makers who have contributed to Seamwork over the years.


  • Hello Atelier: Betsy Blodgett is a fashion writer, sewing and vintage fashion enthusiast, and she even hosts international fabric tours. She also runs Hello Atelier, a podcast that takes you inside what it means to be a working artist. These interviews cover all forms of art, including ceramics, painters, architects, and quilting.
  • Sewing Out Loud: Zede and Mallory ran a sewing machine dealership for 11 years, and now they share their wisdom, tips, and advice on their podcast. They also blog and publish sewing zines.
  • Stitcher’s Brew: You might recognize Megan and Gabby from Instagram—and from the Gabberdashery blog and vlog—and these women are crafting experts. Self-described as a place for “a cup of tea and crafty chatter,” the Stitcher’s Brew podcast interviews patternmakers, crafters, sewists, and other familiar faces from the making community.
  • While She Naps: Abby Glassenberg is such a huge asset to the sewing community. She’s written books, designs sewing patterns and projects, blogs, podcasts, and shares her experiences as an adventurous entrepeneur.
  • That Sewing Blab: This is so much more than a podcast. Dawn and Myra put together live events, competitions, and interviews to showcase the best the sewing community has to offer.
  • Crafty Planner: Sandi Hazelwood hosts this podcast, which has over 140 episodes you don’t want to miss.
  • Thread Cult: Offering “thought-provoking conversations sure to enlighten your own sewing or fibers practice,” Christine Cy Clisset’s archives are fun to browse, with many familiar faces interviewed starting in 2012.
  • Maker Style: If you want to listen to your favorite fabric shop owners, patternmakers, and sewists—and get tips and motivation for crafting your own style—check out Rachel’s podcasts.
  • Modern Sewciety: This podcast is all about bringing the sewing community together, which is why you’ll recognize most of Stephanie’s collaborations with the community.
  • Making: This team releases stunning publications for and by the making community. Their podcast launched earlier in 2018 and is well on its way to being a staple in sewing studios across the world.
  • Business Shet: Mimi G does it all, so why wouldn’t she have a super fun podcast? Best of all, since she’s an active vlogger, you’ll get to see behind-the-scenes of her podcasts, too. Focusing on self-development and business, its enlightning to see how Mimi G constantly pushes the boundaries of the power of sewing.
  • Seamwork Radio: While we don’t have any new episodes on the horizon, don’t miss the Seamwork Radio archives, where you’ll get to hear the voices of many makers who have contributed to Seamwork over the years.
  • CraftSanity: With over 200 episodes, this podcast is worth browsing. Jennifer Ackerman-Haywood is not only a journalist, mother, maker, and publisher of a magazine, she has also been podcasting since 2005, so we can all thank her for paving the way for the variety of podcasts we listen to today!

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