Sheryl sent me the link to the Thread Cult podcasts made by sewing blogger Christine Cyr Clisset:

I recently bumped into a podcast that I really love called Thread Cult.  It can be downloaded on iTunes and has great segments.  She talks with all sorts of sewists – couture, weaving, sewing machine experts, etc.  She has had some great names on her show – Susan Kaljhe, Kenneth King, Burdastyle etc.  She also has a blog DaughterFish.com that talks about her podcast.  I have thoroughly enjoyed sewing to her podcasts and just thought some others people might too.”

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Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes. Some of the recent podcasts:

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#19: On the Bias! From the timeless silhouettes created by Madeleine Vionnet and Madame Grès to the futuristic designs of Issey Miyake, there’s nothing quite like bias-cut clothing. This episode, Christine chats with Julianne Bramson and Susan Lenahan,… View In iTunes
Colette Patterns! Interview with Sarai Mitnick The sewing industry has seen a boom in independent pattern companies over the past few years, and Colette Patterns has been at the forefront of this indie movement. This episode, Christine chats with Sarai Mitnick, founder and designer of Colette… View In iTunes
#17: Jeans! Couture Advice from Angela Wolf Jeans are probably one of the toughest garments to sew and get right (you know, so they don’t look homemade). This episode, Christine catches up with Angela Wolf, contributor to Threads and Sew Stylish magazines, founder… View In iTunes
#16: Going Local with the Western Carolina Sewing Company Producing clothing and other sewn goods locally and sustainaly is no easy task, particularly in our global age. Yet there are still dreamers and doers out there actually making things on their own turf—and their own terms. This episode,… View In iTunes
#15: Weaving Special! The Oriole Mill If you love beautiful fabrics, don’t miss this episode! Christine takes Thread Cult on the road to interview Bethanne Knudson, co-founder of The Oriole Mill in Hendersonville, North Carolina. The mill specializes in Jacquard woven textiles made… View In iTunes
Clean#14: Boost Your Sewing Machine IQ! If you sew, or aspire to sew, you surely have questions about that most important piece of hardware—the sewing machine. Perhaps you’re in the market for a new one, want to maintain your current one, or wonder whether it’s worth fixing Grandma’s… View In iTunes
#13: Fashioning a Sewing Career with The Williamsburg Seamster Have you ever daydreamed of ditching your 9 to 5, stretching your creative muscles, and sewing fulltime? Nayantara Banerjee—a.k.a. The Williamsburg Seamster—did just that six years ago when she started her own concierge tailoring service… View In iTunes
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