247 episodes

Learn the technical information you need to sew successfully from the fun ladies over at SewHere.com

Zede and Mallory are a mother/daughter team who run Zede's Sewing Studio in Columbia, MO. They sell sewing machines, teach sewing classes and provide excellent sewing entertainment online and in-store!

Sewing Out Loud Zede's Sewing Studio

    • Hobbies
    • 4.3, 331 Ratings

Learn the technical information you need to sew successfully from the fun ladies over at SewHere.com

Zede and Mallory are a mother/daughter team who run Zede's Sewing Studio in Columbia, MO. They sell sewing machines, teach sewing classes and provide excellent sewing entertainment online and in-store!

    Tracing Ready to Wear Garments

    Tracing Ready to Wear Garments

    Zede and Mallory discuss tracing ready-to-wear garments

    • 49 min
    Q&A M2M Leggings and Silk Trousers

    Q&A M2M Leggings and Silk Trousers

    Zede and Mallory answer questions from the group.

    • 36 min
    What to Do With Knit Scraps

    What to Do With Knit Scraps

    Zede and Mallory discuss what to do with knit scraps!

    • 42 min
    Seam Guides

    Seam Guides

    Zede and Mallory discuss seam guides.

    • 37 min
    Three Different Types of Iron

    Three Different Types of Iron

    Zede and Mallory discuss three different types of iron.

    • 50 min
    Upgrading Your Sewing Machine or Serger

    Upgrading Your Sewing Machine or Serger

    What to consider when upgrading your sewing machine or serger

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
331 Ratings

331 Ratings

CanoeMuffin ,

Good Inspiration, Needs Some Tweaks

I just started listening last week and have since binged about 30 episodes. I listened to some of the oldest and newest to get a sense for improvements. First, the good! These two know their stuff. The cross-generational perspective is great. Age-wise, I'm right between them and I can relate easily to both. I've been sewing for 20+ years, and I can't say that so far I have learned a lot, but the real value for me is that I am excited to sew again after a couple years of very sporadic stitch time! Production-wise, I appreciate their attention to grammar and pronunciation, which they sometimes call out in a funny way. However, they have got to stop interrupting each other. It's hard to listen to, and it muddles the message. They're aware of it, but they haven't improved it from the old episodes to the new. And as a musician, I can't leave this unsaid: I have to skip the theme song because the pitch is off. And that little hiccup at the end is just … no. But I'm still cranking through these episodes! Particularly enjoyed the recent episode on Sewjo. It was just what I needed to hear to get me back on the pedal. A few adjustments could make this really great!

Jesspartyoffive ,

I was excited

I was excited to find a great podcast about my favorite hobby. The first episode I listened to was about upgrading your machine. I was interested to hear their thoughts. It was very distracting that they kept interrupting and talking over each other. The information was good but the talking over detracts from the goodness.

Really? Anyone used this one? ,

Disappointing

I was happy to try a new sewing podcast, but found the interrupting, over-talking, and generally poor listening skills too much to bear. Tried a few episodes thinking it might just have been a one time thing, but had no better luck with the next. Sadly unsubscribing.

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