VeryPink Knits - Knitting Q and A

Staci Perry

Podcast Episode 208 - Picking Your Next Project

Enjoying the ad-free show? Please consider supporting it! Patrons get bonus episodes, perks, and entry into quarterly raffles. www.patreon.com/verypinkknits Many thanks to Turtlepurl for supporting the podcast! Check out their self-striping sock yarns. Coupon code information: For 10% off the total purchase *Excluding mini skein bundles or knitting needles* January Code: JAN22VP Casey’s in–progress Mannequin Sweater. Our links - Friend us on Peloton for more high-fives! We’re kcknits and VeryPink. Casey’s Instagram Casey’s website VeryPink Instagram Verypink.com VeryPink Knits YouTube Channel


Pomcast! A knitting podcast from Pom Pom Publishing

Pom Pom Publishing

Episode 66 – Joji Locatelli and Veera Välimäki

Hi Pomcats! This episode we’re joined by the delightful designing duo Joji Locatelli and Veera Välimäki and talking about their upcoming release Interpretations Volume 8!For this global recording Joji and Veera join us from Argentina and Finland to tell us more about Volume 8. This pair have been working together for years on this collaborative project where they each create a design from a selection of words, resulting in a collection of 12 beautiful designs. Joji and Veera chat about working long distance and what that is like during a pandemic, their stunning photoshoots, and the secret of how they keep each other motivated.Interpretations Volume 8 launches on 7th December, when you’ll also be able to see all the beautiful patterns in full. Click here to pre-order from our website.Remember you can keep in touch with us and other Pomcast listeners via our Ravelry forum, and you can send us your musings via email at podcast@pom


Stitch Please

Lisa Woolfork

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


The Yarniacs: A Knitting Podcast

The Yarniacs: A Knitting Podcast

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


Fait main

Mélanie Seynat

À cœur ouvert : bilan 2021

Fin décembre… L’heure du bilan de l’année ! Encore une belle année de podcast. J’ai fait un petit bilan dans cet épisode spécial, pour le podcast et mes autres activités créatives, mais également sur une note un peu plus personnelle. Je vous parle également de deux projets qui vont voir le jour l’année prochaine et qui me motivent énormément !Cet épisode est également l’occasion de remercier tous les invités qui se sont confiés cette année, avec beaucoup de transparence encore une fois. Et je tenais également à vous remercier, vous qui écoutez.A très vite pour de nouvelles conversations créatives !Mélanie


art for all

Sketchbook Skool

35. Why it's so hard to be an artist

Think you shouldn't devote your life to art? You're not alone.  In this episode we discuss all the forces arrayed against you — and how to beat them.


Craft Industry Alliance

Abby Glassenberg

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


Cast On

Brenda Dayne

169 Packing tape

A big reveal. Projects, projects, projects. Planning for my trip to The Big Smoke, and the new year. Plus a visit from an old friend.


Nördic Knitting

Nördic Knitting

147. Räkna de lyckliga stunderna blott

Vi tog oss igenom 2021 - detta år som visade sig i mångt och mycket fortsätta ge mer av samma som 2020 bjöd på. Vi har fått värdesätta det som ändå blev av och räkna de lyckliga stunderna blott... I årets första avsnitt summerar vi traditionsenligt det gångna stick- och poddåret samt spanar in i det nya året och vad vi kan förvänta oss under 2022.


16 35 ‘s

Annabell Mendonsa

a way to look back on the things that happen in my life as everyday become a distant memory. i have weird phases here and there and I think that this will be one I at least hope will stick with me for a long time. enjoy


Knit Picks' Podcast

Knit Picks

Find camaraderie and understanding as Knit Picks employees confess to their own knitting triumphs and complete blunders. Does any of this sound familiar? If so, tune in weekly for the further adventures of the gang at Knit Picks and any other knitters we can round up.


flower.garden

eryn

Treehouse by alex g

It wasn’t on spotify so


Jewelry Artist

Interweave

Robin Kramer: Y’all Ready for This?

Robin Kramer has the industry experience and unique ability to look at an artist’s work and recommend practical steps they can take to improve their business. She started Red Boot Consulting in 2010 and co-founded Flourish & Thrive Academy for jewelry designers in 2012. In this episode, Robin and host Katie Hacker talk about mentoring and being mentored, along with tips for growing your business. 
Learn more about Robin: https://www.interweave.com/jewelry-artist-podcast/jewelry-artist-robin-kramer/
 
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Gift Biz Unwrapped

Sue Monhait

Tips & Talk 46 – The Festivities Planned for National Bakers Crafters Makers Day

It’s here! This is the week of National Bakers Crafters Makers Day – on Friday the 21st to be exact.

The ONLY way you wouldn’t know about this already is if you’re brand new here because I’ve been talking about it and there have been activities to participate in all month long. Things like submitting your handmade memories, sharing how your handmade products provide good to others, access to done for you social media posts and stickers - so you can be part of promoting the day, downloading my free gift and more!

It’s all outlined, including what I’m talking about today over on the website page covering the event at www.handmadehealstheworld.com.

See a full rundown of https://suemonhait.lpages.co/national-bakers-crafters-makers-day-handmade-heals-the-world/ (everything you can do for National Bakers Crafters Makers Day.)

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Seamwork Radio: Sewing Stories

Seamwork

What's Your Learning Style?

These are 2 different approaches to learning—the ambitious learner and the cautious learner. On today's episode of the podcast, we talk about how to identify which type you are, what the benefits and pitfalls are, and how to learn from the other.


Craft A Life You Love

Amy Tangerine

077: Relentless Self-Care With Mary Davis

You are worthy of taking time each and every day to take care of yourself. Self-care is of the utmost importance and not enough people are prioritizing it in their lives. In this episode, I had on author, spiritual teacher and wisdom seeker, Mary Davis. Mary touched on why you have to be relentless with your self-care practices. She and I discussed a lot of great topics around learning to lean into your spirit, turning pain into purpose and working smarter, not harder.  (This episode was pre-recorded on October 20, 2020) What’s in this episode: What brought Mary to this level of wisdom How her upbringing brought her to what she does now Mary’s process of turning pain into her purpose The gift of growth and expansion that comes from life’s challenges Why women tend to put themselves last on their list Mary’s thoughts on divine timing How you can learn to listen to your spirit Why you should work smarter, not harder How small shifts c


WeCrochet Podcast

WeCrochet

Crochet With Us: Our Faves

A recommendation from a friend goes a long way. As your crochet besties, the WeCrochet team is here to help! Today on the WeCrochet Podcast we’re talking about our all favorite crochet-related things. From books to notions to even our favorite crochet insider terms to know, we are here to help you feel connected.   First up Katelyn and Heather check in on their latest projects. Then the WeCrochet team gives out some crochet-related awards and shares their absolute crochet favorites. Then Katelyn and Heather chat about crochet terms and acronyms that come up when you're in an online crochet group.  Here's your Crochet terms cheat sheet: Ami  - Amigurumi, The Japanese art of making crochet animals and toys Bistitchual - someone who knits and crochets CAL - Crochet A Long CroJo - crochet mojo, the groove of crochet Stash - your yarn collection SABLE - stash accumulate beyond life expectancy  PABLE - pattern accumulated beyond life expectancy  De


The New Craft House Podcast

thenewcrafthouse

Episode Twenty Four - What to do when you don‘t like your make

In this episode Hannah, Rosie and the NCH team chat about what they do when a project goes wrong and how they try to turn it around!