15 episodes

Stories about designing, making, and wearing your own clothing

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    • Fashion & Beauty
    • 5.0, 259 Ratings

Stories about designing, making, and wearing your own clothing

    Creative Community with Kristine Vejar

    Creative Community with Kristine Vejar

    Kristine Vejar is an author, natural dyer, and owner of A Verb for Keeping Warm. In 1999, she took her first trip to India. There, she met the Rabari, a small community that changed her perspective and direction for the future.

    • 40 min
    Beating the Odds with Melissa Fehr

    Beating the Odds with Melissa Fehr

    Melissa Fehr knows activewear. In 2008, she revealed something on her blog: she'd been diagnosed with a rare blood disorder. She'd need a complete bone marrow transplant. This life-changing experience eventually led her to designing patterns.

    • 38 min
    Loving a person, not their gender with Marie of A Stitching Odyssey

    Loving a person, not their gender with Marie of A Stitching Odyssey

    In September 2015, Marie of the blog A Stitching Odyssey wrote a post called "Loving a Person, Not Their Gender" about the experience of her partner coming out as transgender. In this episode, we speak with Marie and Charlotte.

    • 54 min
    The Learning Process with Joost De Cock

    The Learning Process with Joost De Cock

    Have you ever wanted to just punch in your measurements somewhere and get a pattern that's drafted just for you? Joost De Cock went from sewing pillows to making his own wardrobe to creating this incredible online service in just a few years.

    • 30 min
    The “head stuff” with Felicia Semple

    The “head stuff” with Felicia Semple

    Felicia Semple is the creator of The Craft Sessions, an incredible sewing retreat she created to help teach women to find joy and meaning - not perfection - in the practice of craft.

    • 34 min
    Let’s talk money with Heather Lewenza

    Let’s talk money with Heather Lewenza

    Talking money is tough. In this episode, designer and founder of Closet Case Patterns Heather Lewenza talks about how money and spending have shaped her values and led her to a career in sewing.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
259 Ratings

259 Ratings

Sew Shannon ,

Seamwork radio

I am a huge podcast listener because I drive quite a bit for work. I listen to a number of sewing podcast and Seamwork is by far one of my favorites. The material is not so much about sewing, but rather stories of the people who sew. The content is very professionally done and presents like you are listening to a book or screenplay. The stories of the makers is riveting, moving and insightful. Some stories bring me to tears. My favorite interviews are of the bloggers I typically follow, they talk about their lives and how they came to be who they are. These interviews provide a very “real life” perspective of the person behind the blog.

yttap ,

Like This American Life

It's a very good podcast. Too bad they stopped making them.

QMS1979 ,

Very professional

So well done! Seamwork Radio is "This American Life" for sewists!

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