The podcast for people who love to sew – from the people who love to write about sewing!
Brought to you by the editors of Threads magazine, this insightful podcast takes on topics important to sewing enthusiasts. Listen in for humor, wisdom, and opinions from expert guests and the Threads staff as they discuss sewing techniques, fashion design, fitting conundrums, and more.
Use your ears to become a better sewer! Hear the talent behind the world’s top garment-sewing magazine.
21 Captivating Dresses by Designers Callot Soeurs, with Maggie Raywood | Episode 68
A found collection of gowns by renowned couture house Callot Soeurs became a beloved research project for costume expert Maggie Raywood.
Reimagining Garments, with Becky Fulgoni | Episode 67
In this podcast, the always creative Becky Fulgoni shares her thinking while reimagining a handful of rediscovered but unworn garments. Two Threads editors pulled the garments from their own closets to challenge Becky, a frequent contributor to Threads, and to show how she arrives at wearable solutions.
A Passion for Teaching, with Joi Mahon | Episode 66
Sewing book author, instructor and bridalwear designer Joi Mahon tells the story of how she turned her early passion for design and sewing into a business.
Altering, Fitting, and Ready-To-Wear Garments, with Pamela Howard | Episode 65
Digital Ambassador and sewing pro Pamela Howard shares fitting and alterations tips, along with her love of pressing and knit garments.
Handling Sewing Frustrations, with Sarah Veblen | Episode 64
Sewing pro Sarah Veblen talks about her sewing frustrations and her strategies for managing and even preventing them.
Sewing With Threads Podcast: Making Time for Draping with ChaCha N. Hudson | Episode 63
Fashion designer and educator ChaCha N. Hudson discusses the draping process and how she approaches practicing and teaching draping.
We are going to need more!
I’ve listened to two episodes of the podcast. I really enjoy it. We are going to need more! Once a month just will not be enough. Thank you for establishing a relevant selling podcast that lovers of sewing can relate to. Keep up the good work!
Know their stuff
Yeah, expertise. They need to publish more often. The very best sewing pod and we want more.
The You Tube channel is a must, a lot of the pods are there with video but the demos by various experts as extras are amazing!
Great sewing geek out
I listen to these podcasts over and over again while diving in my car, and learn so much, picking up more tips that have improved my skill set.