Helen Wilkinson and Caroline Somos host Love to Sew, a fun weekly podcast about making clothes, sewing community, and small business. They talk about their passion for sewing a handmade wardrobe and their daily lives as creative entrepreneurs. Listen to interviews with indie business owners and inspiring sewists who totally understand your obsession with sewing.
Linings can make your clothes last longer, make sheer fabrics more versatile, and make your jackets warmer. In this episode, we review how to sew linings, how to draft linings, and how to choose the perfect lining fabric for your garment.
Transforming Thrifted Textiles with Francisco Diaz
Francisco Diaz is an artist, slow fashion sewist, and upcycler extraordinaire! In this episode, we pick their brain about sewing with thrifted fabrics, painting and drawing on garments, earth day goals, queer creator collabs, and more.
Fabric Stash Organization
An organized stash is the key to enjoying your fabrics! We share small-space strategies, listener tips, cataloging methods, and more in this comprehensive episode. Big stash? Small stash? We’ve got ideas for any stash!
Love to Sew Favourite: Create your Dream Wardrobe
This episode was originally released on August 26, 2019. What does your style say about you? From assessing your current style to designing your dream wardrobe, we will have you inspired to create the looks that best suits you.
Love to Sew Favourite: Thread
This episode was originally released on March 23, 2020. This Love to Sew Favourite is all about thread! We discuss the different types of thread, their properties and weights, and how to find the right thread for your sewing project.
Love to Sew Favourite: Know Yourself Better with Gretchen Rubin
This episode was originally released on November 19, 2018. In this Love to Sew Favourite, Gretchen Rubin joins us to talk about her Four Tendencies framework and how it relates to our creative hobbies.
This podcast is one that keeps on giving. I started listening last season. I just love it all and can’t put it into words.
Inspired to break out the bernina! Looking forward to more episodes
@schulmanArt host of The Inspiration Place podcast
Helpful and entertaining
Love this podcast. It is helpful, entertaining and love what you guys talk about in each episode. But please shorten the intro humming to at least half of the 40 seconds, sometimes I can’t focus on what you ladies are saying, but maybe it’s just me. Ha ha. Love you ladies thank you for this podcast!