A Message On Voting in the 2020 Election with Sarah and LaChaun

In this week’s episode, LaChaun and Sarah give a short personal account of why they feel it is important to vote in the 2020 Electoral Campaign.

Episode 128: Emanating From The Textures with Torrey Beckham

Torrey is a Texas-born Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist who uses weaving, plants, and many other creative mediums to create a space for black and queer folks to see themselves reflected in the work emanating from the textures.

Episode 125: Weaving and Tufting with Jessie Mordine Young

Jessie Mordine Young is a textile curator, teacher of traditional textile techniques, and maker living in New York City.

Episode 123: Cultivating a Contemporary Weaving Community with Gather Textiles

Gather is a yarn shop and textile studio in Edmonton Alberta. Their aim is to bring people together to exchange ideas, learn from one another, and to celebrate making things with our hands.

Episode 119: The Warmth of Weaving on the Scottish East Coast with Yarrow Magdalena

Yarrow Magdalena lives a soft, slow life in Scotland and creates rituals and ceremonies for the big and small milestones in life.

Episode 118: An Array of Fiber Making Mediums with Tammi Williams of Yarn & Whiskey

Tammi is a fiber artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Her fiber practice incorporates an array of fiber making mediums from weaving and knitting to sewing and construction using beautifully patterned and colorful fabrics and materials that are inspired by African patterns, prints, and textiles.

Episode 116: Healing Inspiration with Cynthia Alberto Founder of Weaving Hand A Studio Based in Brooklyn New York

Cynthia Alberto is the founder and director of The Weaving Hand, a weaving and healing arts center in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.We invited her back on the podcast to talk about how she’s cultivating a healing environment using weaving during a time when we could all use some healing inspiration.

Episode 114: An Artisan Fiber Mill in Vermont with Susan Snider of Mad River Fiber Mill

Susan Snider is the founder of Mad River Fiber Mill. Mad River Fiber Arts & Mill is a full-service fiber processing mini mill in Waitsfield, Vermont, working with wool, alpaca, llama, mohair, and even angora fiber!

Episode 113: Saori Weaving and Divination with Lisa Shobhana Mason

Lisa is a Saori weaver, designer, instructor, intuitive, and astrologer.

Episode 111: Sustainable Handspun Eri Silk Fibers with Muezart of Meghalaya India 

Muezart is a small business in Northeast India that focuses on making and selling handspun, naturally dyed Eri Silk to weavers, knitters, crocheters, and other fiber artists.

Episode 110: Custom Stitches Of All Kinds With Michelle Brooks Of The Stitchering Shop

Michelle creates custom textile art pieces using a variety of fiber techniques such as tufting, embroidery stitching and weaving.

Episode 107: Supplying Fiber Folks in Philadelphia with Liz Sytsma of Wild Hand

Liz Sytsma is the founder of Wild Hand, a supply shop for fiber folks in Philadelphia.


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