Inappropriate Quilters

Leslie and Rochelle

A podcast with two quilting friends talking about all things quilting and a few things inappropriate.

VeryPink Knits - Knitting Q and A

Staci Perry

VeryPink Knits, the companion podcast to the VeryPink Knits YouTube channel, focused on answering your knitting questions. With Staci Perry and Polly Baker.

Seamwork Radio: Sewing and Creativity


On Seamwork Radio, we share practical ideas for building a creative process, so you can sew with intention and joy.

Crafting for Profit Live

Crafting for Profit LIVE

Welcome to Crafting for Profit Live—where you craft your future by turning your passion into a paycheck! With more than 25 years experience and a DIY community of more than 1.5 million, Angie Holden and Cori George share handmade business strategies, craft business insights, and inspirational stories. Every other Monday, you’ll learn from experts how to use your crafts to financially support a creative life. Angie and Cori are full-time creators and Cricut + sublimation experts. They have run Etsy + Shopify stores with more than $350,000 in revenue and are ready to teach you to do the same!

The Long Thread Podcast

Long Thread Media

The artists and artisans of the fiber world come to you in The Long Thread Podcast. Each episode features interviews with your favorite spinners, weavers, needleworkers, and fiber artists from across the globe. Get the inspiration, practical advice, and personal stories of experts as we follow the long thread.

Pardon My Stash

Meg, Drea, Tina, and Jess

Knitters (and crafters) unite! Come join us weekly for a conversation about knitting, crochet, and yarn crafts all around. With a touch of comedy and sass, we talk about projects, pitfalls, and pointers about the fiber arts. Find more about our content and our cast at

Scrapbook Your Way

Jennifer Wilson

In a world where a camera is always within reach and creative options are abundant, “Your Way” is the memory-keeping approach that fills you up and fits your life right now. This free, scrapbooking-focused show celebrates the breadth of ways to be a memory keeper today. Scrapbook Your Way is hosted by Jennifer Wilson, owner of Simple Scrapper and author of The New Rules of Scrapbooking.

The Yarniacs: A Knitting Podcast

Gayle & Sharlene

Gayle and Sharlene talk about what they are wearing, what they are stalking, and of course, what they are knitting. Grab your knitting needles, your favorite yarn--or your favorite craft--and come knit with us! We are on Ravelry as gayleywayley and knitterninjashar. Show notes at

The Straight Stitch: A Podcast About Sewing and Other Fiber Arts.

Janet Szabo

The Straight Stitch is a podcast about sewing and other fiber arts. Join Janet as she visits with makers about their projects, highlights what is new and noteworthy in the world of sewing, and talks about what's on her cutting table and under the needle. Occasional episodes may venture into related areas such as embroidery or knitting. 

Stitch Please

Lisa Woolfork

Dive deep into the vibrant world of sewing with the award-winning Stitch Please podcast, an official show of Black Women Stitch – the sewing group where Black lives matter. Uniquely crafted for those who love sewing, this sewing podcast is a gem that centers around Black women, girls, and femmes, weaving threads of creativity, technique, and passion with every episode. Hosted by Lisa Woolfork, a 6th generation sewing enthusiast, this podcast not only mirrors her ardor for the craft but also her roles as an artist, activist, and academic. Specializing in African American literature and culture, Lisa seamlessly stitches together her varied backgrounds to produce episodes that are both informative and engaging. You'll be immersed in lively interviews that are enriched by her expertise, presenting a fresh perspective that few other podcasts in the sewing community can offer. As an artist, Lisa Woolfork brings a unique eye for detail and aesthetics, offering listeners the chance to envision sewing in new, vibrant ways. As an activist, she ensures that the podcast sewing narratives and discussions are rooted in liberation, particularly emphasizing the significance of Black lives. Her academic background adds another layer of depth to the podcast, allowing listeners to delve into the rich tapestry of African American literature and culture, shedding light on how these narratives can influence and inspire one's sewing journey. Each week, listeners of the Stitch Please podcast can look forward to insightful discussions that celebrate Black creativity in sewing and quilting. Moreover, as a bonus, this sewing podcast shares invaluable tips and techniques, making it a must-listen for both beginners and seasoned sewists alike. Join us as we thread the needle of history, art, and activism with the love of sewing, creating a tapestry of stories and tips that resonate with every stitch. If you cherish the world of sewing, quilting, and the rich narratives of Black creativity, the Stitch Please podcast is your ideal companion. Tune in weekly. This sewing podcast will “help you get your stitch together.”

Not Your Granny's Quilt Show

Amanda Oros

A slightly chaotic podcast about all things quilting. Join Amanda as she discusses the ups and downs of quilting, interviews famous and not-so-famous quilters, and navigates life as a modern millennial maker. Trust us, this is not your granny’s quilt show. Follow Amanda on Instagram at @notyourgrannysquiltshow

The Grateful Thread Podcast

The Grateful Thread Podcast

Hey Threadheads! We’re launching this new podcast to reach our friends that are searching for their spots at the sewing table in this totally wicked quilting universe! We are so glad you’re here. Pull up a seat, get to sewing and press play. You can sit with us!

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.

art for all

Sketchbook Skool

Creative inspiration and advice to help you stop procrastinating and start making stuff. Any kind of stuff. Hosted by best-selling author Danny Gregory. Brought to you by Sketchbook Skool. 

Craft Industry Alliance

Abby Glassenberg

A recommendation show for creatives.


Maria Theoharous

Sew organised style- listen to people just like you. We'll cover sewing, style and interview people who are the backbone of our sewing community and provide you with reputable organisations you can go to for help when you need it. Go to our website: There will be evolving playlist series as we find experts with gems of information and resources to keep you creative. Don't keep our podcast channel a secret. Tell your friends and rate us on Itunes.

Check Your Thread

Zoe Edwards

Hello! Welcome to Check Your Thread, a podcast about sewing more sustainably. Each episode we enjoy nerding out about sewing, whilst picking up ideas and useful tips for how to reduce our impact on the environment. My aim is always to approach topics with a sense of curiosity and fun, and hope to leave our listeners feeling inspired by the end of each episode. Examples of topics that we cover include sourcing second hand textiles, zero waste sewing patterns, mending, upcycling, scrap-busting and alternative and surprising sources for fabric. If there are any topics you’d like CYT to cover, anyone you’d like me to get on the podcast to chat to or you’d just like to say hi, please email me at or message me via Instagram @checkyourthread.

Craft Spirits & Distilling Podcast

Craft Spirits & Distilling

Enjoy and learn from conversations with leading distillers as co-hosts Sydney Jones, head distiller for FEW Spirits in Chicago, and Molly Troupe, master distiller for Freeland Spirits in Portland, Oregon, explore the technical and creative processes behind award-winning and storied spirits. It’s a podcast by distillers, for distillers, that covers the broad world of finely crafted spirits—botanical and herbal spirits, fruit distillations, agave spirits, grain spirits, and more. Listen as the hosts discuss every aspect of the process, from ideation and ingredient selection through conversion and fermentation, distilling, aging, finishing, proofing, and packaging. Subscribe to this bi-weekly podcast for tips and techniques that will help you make better spirits.

Pointing It Out: A Needlepoint Podcast

Megan Holmes and Melissa MacLeod

Welcome to the Pointing it Out Podcast.  Join hosts Megan Holmes of the Needlepoint Clubhouse in St. Louis, and Melissa MacLeod of The Wool and The Floss in Grosse Pointe, MI, as they dive into all things needlepoint.  We talk with notable designers, shop owners, and teachers throughout the industry, as well as sit down together to tackle needlepoint tips and tricks we have learned throughout the years.  Whether you are new to needlepoint, or a seasoned professional, the Pointing It Out Podcast is for you! To watch the Pointing It Out Podcast on YouTube, visit: Join the stitchy fun on Instagram: @pointingitoutpodcast Send us an email: Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: HOSTS: Megan Holmes of the Needlepoint Clubhouse in St. Louis @stlneedlepoint Shop online at Melissa MacLeod of The Wool and The Floss in Grosse Pointe, MI @thewoolandthefloss Shop online at  Hosted on Acast. See for more information.


Alice Boll

Scrapbookers will learn tips, tricks and techniques to help create layouts you'll love. Short episodes share both inspiration and practical advice for creating a custom scrapbooking experience that works for your life. Subscribe today!


Quiet. Please

Knitting is a captivating six-episode podcast series that takes listeners on a fascinating exploration of the world of knitting. From its ancient roots to its modern-day resurgence, each episode delves into different facets of this timeless craft. Discover the history of knitting, learn essential techniques and tools, and explore the art of pattern design. Dive into the therapeutic benefits of knitting, uncover the sense of community it fosters, and explore innovative applications beyond the needles. Whether you're a seasoned knitter or new to the craft, this podcast offers inspiration, insights, and stories that celebrate the beauty and creativity of knitting.


Quiet. Please

The six-part podcast series on sewing covers a comprehensive journey from the basics to advanced techniques. Starting with an introduction to the history, essential tools, and foundational techniques, it then explores hand sewing basics and simple projects. The series progresses to machine sewing, including understanding and using a sewing machine, followed by intermediate techniques such as hemming and gathering. Creative projects like clothing alterations, home décor, and upcycling are featured, culminating in advanced topics like quilting, embroidery, and specialized sewing for costuming and accessories. Each episode is designed to be informative and engaging for both beginners and experienced sewers.

SEAMSIDE: Exploring the Inner Work of Textiles


The Crochet Baes

Jessica Sellenberg

Grab your hook, yarn, and cup of coffee and hang out with Jess and Megs as they discuss all things crochet! We’ll cover yarn, patterns, Q and A, the business side of crochet, and more (all while having WAY too much fun). Tune in every other week for fresh episodes!

Planner Pals

Planner Pals

Planner Pals, Mark and Jess, cover various topics about Planning, Bullet Journaling, Stationery, Productivity Methods, and more.

3d Printing Basics

3d Printing Squared

3d Printing Basics is a show made for beginners, by a beginner. Tyler only has 3 years of experience in 3d printing, which to some is considered pretty novice. However, Tyler believes that he can use this "lack" of experience to his advantage, and curate a podcast that appeals to someone who is newer to 3d printing! Tyler wants you to follow along on his journey through 3d printing, as he navigates the ups and downs, hurdles, profits, losses, and whatever else is in store. He hopes that we can all grow together by working together, asking questions, and being apart of the 3d printing community

Two Ewes Fiber Adventures

Kelly and Marsha

Who are we and why are we podcasting? We are Kelly and Marsha.  We came at yarn and fiber from different directions, but we both love it. Marsha is an accomplished knitter, learning to dye yarn.  Kelly is a spinner who knits and weaves.  Fiber is one of the many interests we share after over 30 years of friendship. 

Craft Cook Read Repeat


A bi-weekly conversation featuring crafty goodness, wonderful reads and tasty eats

Connecting Threads Quilting Podcast

Connecting Threads

Join us as the Connecting Threads team explores all things quilting. Each season the Connecting Threads host will embark on an adventure of fabrics, threads, and everything quilting. From behind the scenes stories to our favorite tips and tricks, listen in as we chat about our passion for sewing. More information available at our website:

Sew Mindful Podcast

Jacqui Blakemore

Tips, tricks and expert interviews to share everything you need to know to have fun making your own fabulous clothes

Craft Talkin'

Jamie Chalmers

It's your favourite craft podcast, where Merion & Mr X Stitch interview craft superstars and have a bit of a laugh. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

Cast On

Brenda Dayne

Cast On began on Monday, 31 October, 2005, founded on nothing more than the desire to talk about knitting to people who get it. All the other stuff, about how memories, thoughts, hopes and dreams are knit into the fabric we create, and so become part of the fabric of our lives; about how life and knitting intertwine, and how sometimes you simply cannot tell where one part leaves off the other begins; about how the only thing wrong with the world today is that there is not enough knitting in it, all that came later, over time. Since 2005 the podcast has evolved to focus on finding inspiration in the ordinary, using it to kick start the process of making stuff, and finding ways to carve out the creative time and space that allows you to work your ass off on the projects that matter most to you. Like knitting a sweater. Or saving the world.

Knife Talk

The Makery Network

A podcast for knife makers & enthusiasts hosted by Craig from Chop Knives, Geoff from Feder Knives and Mareko from Maumasi Fire Arts. New episodes every Monday morning.

Mostly knitting podcast

Mostly knitting podcast

Welcome to the Mostly Knitting Podcast. A monthly, free audio podcast, coming to you from Norway with Ingvild and Vibeke. We speak about knitting and creativity. Mostly knitting, but also some other crafty things. Sometimes we have guests from around the world.

Life Handmade by

A podcast about scrapbooking, stamping, cardmaking, die cutting and papercrafting in general. Listen to interviews with designers and creatives who help empower beautiful, meaningful handmade creation. Get behind the scenes looks at the product creation process and other fun handmade topics!

Making Stitches Podcast

Lindsay Weston

A podcast celebrating creative crafts and inspiring makers.

Bewitched Crafts with Tracy Miller

Tracy A. Miller

This podcast features content for paper crafters, card makers, stampers and scrapbookers while exploring many aspects of a creative lifestyle.

Craft A Life You Love

Amy Tangerine

Join craft maven and creative coach Amy Tangerine as she extracts juicy wisdom from tastemakers, experts, and entrepreneurs. Her guests have found their own unique voices and infuse creativity, fun, and intention into their daily lives– so can you. Listen for the freshest takes on how to build the life of your dreams at the crossroads of creativity, passion, and purpose.

Simple. Handmade. Everyday.

Kristin Esser

The Simple Handmade Everyday podcast is where I talk about living a creative, intentional life. I like to chat about quilting, knitting, what I’m reading and watching, and even a little bit about keeping a cozy, organized home.

Imagined Landscapes Podcast

Sarah Schira and Katie Rora

Grab your tea and knitting and settle in with Sarah and Katie as we talk about the awesomeness of working with yarn. We’re Canadian urban prairie girls, sisters, sci-fi and fantasy fans, and can seriously talk about knitting all the time.

Running Stitch - A QSOS Podcast

Quilt Alliance

Running Stitch - A QSOS Podcast explores quilt stories, revealing the inner thoughts, feelings, and motivations of contemporary quiltmakers by drawing on Quilters S.O.S. -- Save Our Stories, the long running oral history project created by the Quilt Alliance in 1999.

The Carpentry Show

Fix Radio

Join Robin Clevett as he takes a look at all the latest topics from the world of woodwork including product launches, top tips, and special guests. Robin will also be joined by some of the biggest names from across the industry giving their view on the latest news and developments. The Carpentry Show on Fix Radio is brought to you in partnership with Festool.

make good: a knitting podcast

Scratch Supply Co.

Techniques, skillbuilding, pattern discussion, interviews with makers we adore, our favorite tools... and the knitting advice column you've been waiting for!

Stitch Talk

Mindful Stitching Company

Hello and welcome to Stitch Talk! Here we indulge in the love of all things cross stitch! From stitching tips to chats with your favourite designers, Stitch Talk is your perfect companion to your stitching time. You can now also join the Stitch Talk Club to get two bonus episode evert month!


Edna Vieira

Chapéuzinho vermelho

Ripstop on the Record

Ripstop by the Roll

Welcome to Ripstop on the Record. The podcast for makers, by makers. Where we talk about all things Make Your Own Gear (MYOG). You'll hear from gear companies, textile engineers, cottage vendors, and other leaders in the Textiles + Outdoor Gear industry. Brought to you by Ripstop by the Roll.

WeCrochet Podcast


The podcast for all things crochet from the people behind There will be interviews, helpful information about crochet, talk about yarn, patterns, design, techniques- all that and more! Will there be crochet shenanigans, tune it to find out. Keep crocheting and we will too, because WeCrochet.


Quiet. Please

This three-part series on crochet provides a comprehensive journey from beginner to advanced crochet techniques. Episode one introduces the basics, including essential tools, materials, and foundational stitches like chain, single crochet, and double crochet. Episode two delves into understanding patterns and intermediate techniques, helping listeners confidently follow various patterns and master more complex stitches. The final episode offers advanced tips for troubleshooting common issues and inspires creativity with guidance on designing unique crochet projects, encouraging listeners to experiment with colors, textures, and stitches to develop their personalized crochet style.

Unraveling ...a knitting podcast

Greg Cohoon and Pam Maher

A podcast about knitting, crocheting, sewing, and other fiber arts. Hosted by Greg Cohoon (KnittingDaddy on Ravelry) and Pam Maher (pammaher on Ravelry). Follow along as we talk about our knitting and explore books written by popular knitting authors.

Textile Talk

Gail Cowley

This podcast is for craft and textile enthusiasts all around the world. We're constantly adding great interviews with textile artists, tutors and retailers plus a little advice on our own distance study courses in craft and much more. The School of Stitched Textiles is the largest UK provider of City & Guilds Accredited Textile based distance learning courses. You can find out site at We also host the Stitch Directory, which showcases independent craft retailers and suppliers from around the world

Keep Calm and Carry Yarn: A Knitting and Crochet Podcast

Vivian & Alyson Chu

Keep Calm and Carry Yarn is a podcast in equal parts measure about knitting, crochet, and the mother-daughter bond between its co-hosts, Vivian and Alyson. Join us for our twice monthly chat as we talk about our latest projects and yarn obsessions, advice from a long-time fiber fanatic to a beginner, living in Edinburgh, Scotland (Alyson) versus Virginia, USA (Vivian), fangirling over TV shows we love, and other everyday pursuits.

Twisted Stitches

Twisted Stitches

Welcome to Twisted Stitches, a podcast for the twisted knitter! Join hosts Kimberly and Thuy on their adventures as they knit, spin, sew, and craft their hearts out.

Fiber Nation


Join host Allison Korleski as she brings you stories from all corners of the yarniverse. From Victorian murder mysteries to the trenches of the Western Front, from deadly dyes to futuristic fabric, each episode explores the connections between fiber, history, and humanity. 


Jenny Hassler & Moira Asheland

A mother-daughter team who rarely sleep, always sew, and sometimes compare notes.  Join us as we explore identity, inclusivity, and all things sewing.

Sew & Tell

Sew Daily

Three sewists from different backgrounds — fashion, indie sewing and theater — discuss sewing topics and chat with big names from the sewing world. Join Meg Healy, Amanda Carestio and Kate Zaynard as they share their collective knowledge, insight and inspiration, connecting the sewing community and keeping listeners up-to-date on news and trends of sewing and fashion.

My Creative Corner3- quilting, crafts and creativity

Vicki Holloway

My Creative Corner3 is a podcast about my creative journey in quilting, crafts and life in a northern town.

Fiber Coven Podcast

Fiber Coven

A weekly witchy themed fiber arts podcast! We’re a coven of two yarn witches trying to craft fiber magic through knitting, dyeing, spinning, and whatever we can get our witchy hands on. It’s a long distance coven, so we thought we’d open it up to yarn witches across the globe so we can spread our black magics far and wide. Lauren is the dyer behind Valkyrie Fibers and Emily designs knitting patterns under the name Kitty With A Cupcake. New episodes drop on Tuesdays!

Maker Conversations


Witty Banter with talented Makers from YouTube and Instagram. Support this podcast:

Secret Society of Fly Tyers

Secret Society of Fly Tyers

Season 3 is streaming now. The fly tying world's biggest secrets and ultimate truths revealed twice a month by the dumbest podcast in the fish biz. 🧵🪶🐟

Measure Twice, Cut Once

Susan Smith

....and other life lessons learned from quilting. Makers have stories! In these casual interviews, my guests talk about the joy, hope, and even healing that can be found in the process of creating something beautiful.

The Blue Collar Offroad Podcast

Blue Collar Offroad

Are you feeling down because your rig is a rusty piece of junk? A flatlander with no rocks to climb? Or maybe you’re on your 4th junkyard LS that wont stop losing oil pressure right before the next trip? Then this is the podcast for you! We’ll help you fix your shit, tell stories about our recent misadventures offroad (or onroad), and debate with just about anyone on why patagonias are trash.

Why I Sew

Sulky of America

Why do we sew? Everyone's story is different. We interview sewing stars & industry professionals, quilters & embroiderers, menders & makers to bring you inspiring stories that give you all the feels. Listen while you sew or on the go and learn about sewists from all walks of life. Then go make something great!

Soaper’s Chat Podcast


A Podcast for Soapers. Whether you are a hobby soaper or professional soaper. This is a place to talk shop.

Kellofaplan- Planning a Life I Love

Heather Kell

Heather Kell's podcast dedicated to helping YOU plan a life you love! Some weeks it will be Heather sharing tips and tricks on how to use a planner to plan a life you love. Some weeks will be Heather sharing stories of how she has planned a life that she loves. And some weeks, Heather will interview fellow planners to learn their stories on how a planner has helped them to plan a life they love! A well loved life is within reach, and a planner can help you achieve it! This podcast will show you how! Follow Heather on all social media platforms- @kellofaplan Support this podcast:

The Ominous Stitch Podcast

The Ominous Stitch (Angela & Nicole)

Left-handed besties Angela & Nicole discuss different crochet patterns/talk about cross stitch while discussing paranormal/supernatural & true crime stories. Bonus: They review horror movies.

The World of Women Create Podcast

Women Create

Join the Women Create team on our podcast series The WORLD OF WOMEN CREATE. Inspired by the WOMEN CREATE magazines and community, the women featured in these intimate conversations are artists and makers, entrepreneurs, foodies and creators of the unusual and the exceptional. Their personal stories are filled with triumphs, perseverance, inspiration and a love of and commitment to the spirit of creativity. We invite you to join us to get to know these very special women — fellow creators, kindred spirits and friends — through our new podcast series: WORLD OF WOMEN CREATE.

Knitting Nerdcast


The Knitting Nerdcast is where host and knitting-magazine editor Hannah Baker gets together with passionate crafty friends to nerd out about oddly specific knitting-related topics. In the first season, Hannah and friends nerd out about knitting on TV shows, knitting in works of art, lace knitting, and the knitting community. Get curious with Hannah and friends on the Knitting Nerdcast podcast!

Creativity Found: finding creativity later in life

Claire Waite Brown

How does creativity benefit our lives as grown-ups? I'm Claire, and I re-found my creativity after a time of almost crippling anxiety. Now I want to share the stories of other people who have found or re-found their creativity as adults, and hopefully inspire many more grown-ups to get creative.I chat with my guests about their childhood experiences of creativity and the arts, how they came to the creative practices they now love, the barriers they had to overcome to start their creative re-awakening, and how what they do now benefits their whole lives.

Handspun A Podcast about Handspinning, Knitting, and Yarn

Kim Biegler

A podcast all about handspinning yarn, knitting, wool processing and farm life with Kim Biegler, owner of Ewethful Fiber Farm and Mill. In this podcast I share how to tips and life inside owning a wool mill, making yarn, spinning yarn and owning a fiber flock of animals.  I own a wool mill where I process animal fibers into products for hand spinners. I also have an online course for learning to handspin yarn on a spinning wheel from the comfort of your own hom- Let's Make Yarn! As well as courses for those in the craft wanting to learn new techniques. 

Knit A Spell

Katie Rempe & James Divine

Join Magical Maker Katie Rempe and Maker of Magic James Divine for two magical seasons every year as they knit together the symbiotic relationship between crafting and The Craft! Check out full video episodes of Knit A Spell on the Light From Lantern YouTube Channel.

The Knit Chat

Claudia Joyal

My name is Claudia, I chat about knitting, spinning, crocheting and all the fiber goodness. 

Quince Flowers Podcast

Peter and Caitlyn Mason

A podcast all about growing Dahlias! Hosted by siblings, Caitlyn and Peter Mason

The Laser Lounge Podcasts


Laser Industry focused podcast for the CO2 and galvo laser community. Come listen to a vast array of topics including how to make things with your lasers to business decisions and marketing. Join us on facebook also at:

The Making & Mending Rituals Podcast

Yarrow Magdelena

A podcast about creativity, ritual & slow seasons.

The Craft Room Podcast

Dawn Lewis

The Craft Room Podcast is fully dedicated to crafts of all kinds. Card making, quilting, crochet, stamping, painting, embroidery ... there's so much craft to talk about, so join Dawn Lewis in The Craft Room.

Building a Furniture Brand with Ethan Abramson

Ethan Abramson

Every Wednesday, Host Ethan Abramson talks to your favorite furniture makers and woodworking professionals to give you a look at - the business behind the furniture business.  Learn about how these entrepreneurs went from just keeping the lights on to succeeding in the industry. Go inside their companies, inside their pricing, and get inside their heads as they teach you about what they have done both wrong and right along their journey to get to where they are today.  To learn more about the show visit -

In Kinship - for makers who crave a vibrant life

Tina VanDenburg

We love to make things with our own two hands, things like clothes, book illustrations, delicious meals...and a vibrant, mindful life!  To be fully lit up!    This is the In Kinship Podcast, and I am your host, Tina VanDenburg. I'm a maker and I imagine you might be a maker too, and you stumbled upon this podcast because maybe you want to elevate your life as a maker. In this podcast, we're gonna explore the idea of living a vibrant, fully awake life as a person who loves to create things. 

A Fiber Life | ordinary moments on the fiber farm

Lisa Mitchell

A farm lifestyle podcast about raising exotic animals called guanacos, getting back to nature, making things by hand and living with every fiber of our being. We hope you join us for the adventure! This show is part of the Bright Sighted Podcast Network.

The Creative Chronicles

Brush Strokes Pottery

Welcome to The Creative Chronicles, a podcast hosted by Courtney Joyner that delves into the stories of creators and their crafts. Our goal is to introduce you to unique makers and art forms, providing insights and inspiration for both creators and appreciators of art. In each episode, we explore the journey of our guests, from their beginnings to their motivations, while also highlighting small businesses and their one-of-a-kind offerings. Join us in celebrating creativity, passion, and artistry, and discover the world of talented makers waiting to captivate you.

Quilting Stories podcast

Jeff Rutherford

The Quilting Stories podcast interviews quilters about their quilts, their quilting journeys, and their creative process. Support this podcast:

Beer In Front

Dave Zalatoris

I'm Dave, a regular Chicago Beer Guy with a podcast about some old school beers and new classics. Sometimes the Beer In Front of you is the best one yet!

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast

Mollie Johanson and Haley Pierson-Cox

A very serious crafts podcast from two very serious crafters.

Stitching Tales

The Last Stitch Media

The inside scoop on sewing your own clothes and running a sewing business. By the authors of Fit for Knits, Malena Hjerpe and Johanna Lundström. Stitching Tales on Instagram ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Stitching Tales on YouTube ⁠⁠⁠⁠ About Johanna Lundström: Sewing book author, pattern designer and sewing content creator. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ About Malena Hjerpe: Professional pattern maker, sewing book author and owner of Hazelhen Patterns. ⁠⁠⁠

Gift Biz Unwrapped

Sue Monhait

Have you thought about turning your hobby into a profitable small business? This podcast shows you how to do just that. Whether you want a side gig for some extra cash or to get out of your 9-5, the handmade products you make for fun can hold the key! In each episode you'll hear steps and actions to take to start and grow a profitable business. It's created specifically for the handmade product business entrepreneur; a group I lovingly call Gifters, Bakers, Crafters, and Makers. You're a fabulous unique creative person and I'm here to help you get on the right path to making your vision a reality. There's a lot out there about building a service based business, some about building a product business, but handmade is different. There are specific nuances to handmade that we cover here. Have you thought about starting a business but not sure what the first steps should be and you're afraid to do it "wrong?" Have you started your business but it's not progressing as you had envisioned? Are you confused about Etsy, Amazon Handmade and Shopify platforms? What about email marketing and Facebook or Instagram ads for attracting sales? There is so much to know it can be overwhelming and confusing. I'm your host, Sue Monhait, and I interview business owners who have been where you are. This is combined with over 30 years of experience consulting hundreds of boutique and big brands along with opening two profitable product based business of my own, I'm here to help you realize your dream. At the end of each episode, you'll walk away with new ideas, tools, or processes that you can apply immediately to get results. Decide on your business. Learn how to get started. Hear what others do to get customers and increase their sales. A great first step is to subscribe to the show. Then you'll automatically get each new episode as it releases - ready and waiting for you when it's convenient to listen. The main show becomes available on Saturday morning with a short Tips & Talk episode on Wednesday. I want you to know that you don't have to do this alone. Find more free resources over at and if you're looking for a community of handmade makers just like you, join us over in my private Facebook Group - Gift Biz Breeze.

The Sewcial Hour

Ashley & Bethany

A Podcast for Sewists by Sewists. Hosted by Ashley & Bethany. New Episodes Weekly

Three Northern Makers

Steve and Pierre

A maker podcast about woodworking, making things and basically having a good laugh. Hosts of the show are Steve and Pierre. Yes there is only two of us! If you have a question or want to contact the show email us at The Aftershow Please consider supporting the show on Patreon to get access to the aftershow and unlockr some really cool perks Follow Pierre on Instagram Follow Steve on Instagram

Here We Sew Again

Kate Zaynard

Three sewists from different backgrounds discuss sewing trends, new releases, techniques, patterns... anything sewing-related is fair game! Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

Latte Couture.

Latte Couture

On parle de couture, tricot, broderie, des arts du fil en général, pour mieux construire sa garde-robe faite main ✨ On vous accompagne pendant vos moments créatifs pour parler d'inspiration et de techniques, avec des invité.es qui nous inspirent 🥰 Prenez une pause et laissez vous emporter dans une discussion chaleureuse et bienveillante 🍵 

Creative Conversations

Blair Brockington

Welcome to Creative Conversations. Join me and my guests and enjoy fun conversations and learn from their experiences. Looking forward to you joining in on the fun!

Machine Embroidery with Kimberbell


Machine Embroidery With Kimberbell is a weekly podcast celebrating the machine embroidery hobby. We share helpful tips and tricks, introduce exciting new products, interview popular industry leaders, and more! Hosted by Kim Christopherson, founder of Kimberbell Designs, our podcast invites listeners to discover new possibilities with their home embroidery machine and Experience the Joy of Creativity™ with us.

Why I Knit

Dr Mia Hobbs

Welcome to the Why I Knit podcast! My name is Dr Mia Hobbs and I am a Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about the mental health benefits of knitting. Each episode of the podcast I interview a different knitter about why they knit and the (k)nitty gritty of how it impacts their mental wellbeing. I have an inspiring and diverse range of knitters lined up who have generously shared their stories with me. You can follow me on Instagram @knittingistherapeutic and get more information on the therapeutic benefits of knitting at my website

First Class Leathercraft

Joseph Medcalf

When we look at crafted product we usually only see the product. Who is the craftsman behind the product and what is their story. Joseph is a leather craftsman and wants to know the stories of other makers and how they got to where they are now.

Leather Shop

Captain Eames Media

Stop Scrolling, Start Sewing

Nicole Gilbert

Each Wednesday join me as I share the ins and outs of that quilt life. If you don't have a sewing machine, can bust out a super fly Y seam, or just want to hear about the newest or coolest quilty news, this is the podcast for you

Tea Cup Fiber Arts

Tea Cup Fiber Arts

A multi-craft (but mostly knitting) podcast featuring finished objects, works in progress, cast-on envies, and reviews!

The Tipsy Sewists

Elle & Hazel

Join Elle and Hazel for a wine (or a tea!) as they talk all things sewing, fashion and fabric!

Measure Twice, Cut Once

Susan Smith

....and other life lessons learned from quilting. Makers have stories! In these casual interviews, my guests talk about the joy, hope, and even healing that can be found in the process of creating something beautiful.

Make and Decorate with Stephanie: Sew, Quilt, Knit & Home Decor

Stephanie Socha

Host Stephanie Socha, a residential interior designer and maker presents a creative lifestyle podcast for those who love to sew, quilt, knit, decorate and make things for the home.  This podcast is for the maker who loves to dabble in many types of hobbies, mainly sewing and quilting, but also knitting, paper crafts (Cricut) gardening and interior decorating.  There are a mix of guest interviews and solo episodes where I present an informative topic and/or educational "how to" on specific maker techniques.Join my Patreon to get a bonus episode every month, year round (even during show hiatus). 

Workshop Banter


UK based woodworking maker podcast by Matthew Smith (Badger Workshop) and Keith Brown (Rag 'n' Bone Brown)

Gravel Knits

Gravel Knits

A knitting podcast with some life and drinking mingled in. Support this podcast: