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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.
 
Every quilt has a story to tell. Tracy, Lori and Ginger from Quilting Daily cover the full spectrum of experience, from a third-generation quilter to a practicing novice, and pull inspiration from their distinct backgrounds. Each episode features a patchwork of in-depth conversations and engaging stories that appeal to quilters of all skill levels and all quilting genres.
 
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!
 
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Lori and her sister, Angie Brown, take us along on their quilting adventure—and we are here for it! After Tracy, Lori, and Ginger check in and catch up, we travel to Nebraska quilt shops and the Quilt Museum, then head to Hamilton Missouri on a trip to remember! We also add a new segment—2-minutes of Kindness. Stay tuned for your call to action! Cl…
 
In this episode, we dive into a place where art, ecology, science, and math come together into something extraordinary. And we learn how a 2300-year-old geometric system was blown out of the water by a woman crocheting blobby things. Welcome to the Crochet Coral Reef. Link to show notes: https://www.interweave.com/fiber-nation/crochet-coral-reef/ L…
 
After episode 59—Anything Sews! Tracy, Lori, and Ginger got a ton of feedback on Tracy’s PSA about being kind. So, after the hosts check in and catch up, they read letters from listeners. The letters are funny, inspiring, uplifting, and poignant. Stay tuned! Click here to view the show notes for this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
 
Tracy, Lori, and Ginger chat about all kinds of things—from moving your quilt studio, to the things we are making, and all the things we dream of doing. Kate Colleran drops in to chat about how to think outside the box when making quilt patterns and being a guest on Love of Quilting TV. Stay tuned! Click here to view the show notes for this episode…
 
Today’s episode is all about artificial intelligence—AI. What it is, what it ISN’T, what it can and can’t do. What happens when you try to teach a computer how to knit? Can a neural network match the creativity of a human? And what might happen if the Terminator became a knitwear designer? Find Show Notes links here. https://www.interweave.com/fibe…
 
Michelle Freedman joins Tracy, Lori, and Ginger to chat about her journey from fashion designer to quilter, and her position as graphic designer and marketing manager with Maywood Studio. In out Fine Finishes segment, we have a PSA. Stay tuned! Click here to view the show notes for this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/…
 
Tracy, Lori, and Ginger are having a staycation and traveling from their armchairs. First, they chat about what they are working on, then Tracy lists several museums that have some incredible exhibits—right now and in the very near future. Stay tuned! Click here to view the show notes for this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph…
 
Heather Black is in the studio today. She takes a break from filming to chat with the hosts about all the things she is doing—new online workshop, new book, new fabric line! Then in Fine Finishes, Lori, Ginger and Tracy talk about curved seams—to pin or not to pin. Stay tuned! This episode is sponsored by Quilters Select. Click here to view the sho…
 
On today’s episode, we explore the radical origins behind home economics. Hear how it became important enough to have its own federal agency. And learn how one particular sewing magazine became a game-changer during WWII. Find Show Notes here. https://www.interweave.com/fiber-nation/home-economics-vs-hitler-sewing-wwii/ Learn more about your ad cho…
 
We travel to the Isle of Man and hear the story of one of its oldest inhabitants: the Manx Loaghtan sheep. A sheep that’s been on the brink of extinction not once or twice, but THREE times. And we’ll talk about not just how it was saved, but why some things are worth saving in the first place. Find Show Notes here. www.interweave.com/fiber-nation/n…
 
Episode 53, The Quilter Who Broke the Podcast The Tattooed Quilter, Christopher Thompson, broke the podcast. That’s right, he was talking and then it just stopped recording. But it’s all good! We managed to pull together a funny and sometimes touching episode for you. Listen in! Click here to view the show notes for this episode. Learn more about y…
 
Up to now, our daily dose of fiber has always focused on the woolly natural stuff. However, even the best diet has to succumb to a bag of Cheetos now and then. Consider this episode, about the crotch-hugging antics of spandex, as our cheat day. Show notes are here: www.interweave.com/fiber-nation/spandex-fabric-of-our-lives/ Learn more about your a…
 
Episode 52, Quilting is Like Golf Susan Cleveland is the guest on today’s show. She keeps the hosts in stitches as they talk about quilting during the pandemic, how she got the name “Pieces Be With You”, and mixing up quilting techniques in one quilt. Lori, Ginger, and Tracy recorded this before the Zoom Bee, so they chat about the quilts they fini…
 
We're celebrating National Quilting Day, one of our favorite days of the year, with a fresh new virtual Quiltin' Bee! Join the hosts of the Quilt & Tell Podcast for a very special hour of fun and conversation dedicated to the love, skill, devotion, and creativity that goes into every quilt we make. Ask questions and win FREE stuff on Saturday, 3/20…
 
Enjoy this bonus episode from our sister podcast, Fiber Nation, with host Allison Korleski. Eliza Hardy Jones was a professional musician and an amateur quilter. Until a once-in-a-lifetime offer made her change her tune. Find out how she turns traditional folk music, sung by women, into a craft traditionally done by women. Click here to view the sh…
 
Hi knitting nerds! We wanted to share this episode from our sister podcast, Fiber Nation. In this episode, Allison Korleski delves into the song quilts of Eliza Hardy Jones, and along the way explores how these quilts visually transcribe a piece of music, note for note. Click here to view the show notes for this episode. If you want to hear more of…
 
Eliza Hardy Jones was a professional musician and an amateur quilter. Until a once-in-a-lifetime offer made her change her tune. Find out how she turns traditional folk music, sung by women, into a craft traditionally done by women. Show notes: www.interweave.com/fiber-nation/song-quilts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Gyleen X. Fitzgerald joins Tracy, Lori and Ginger for the show. She talks about color, quilting during a pandemic, how many projects she has going at any particular time, and what she thinks about working on projects you hate. You will love it. Meanwhile, the hosts discuss the projects they are working on and read a few letters from listeners. Don’…
 
In today’s episode, we talk to a shearer of sheep. And while there are all kinds of cool things to learn about wool and economics and how to make a sheep sit on its butt, there’s a larger story here, about how people with the weirdest career path ever helped rescue their communities from calamity. Show notes: www.interweave.com/fiber-nation/sheep-w…
 
It’s the 50th episode of Quilt & Tell! Tracy, Lori and Ginger are planning the episode when they get unexpected guests—Kim Niedzwiecki, Victoria Findlay Wolfe, and Alex Anderson all decided to stop to reminisce and catch up. It becomes a star-studded surprise party when Bonnie Hunter, Teri Lucas, Jenny Doan, and Marti Michell all offer their congra…
 
Brenda Groelz joins Tracy, Lori and Ginger to talk about her quilting journey and making it her career. For our Fine Finishes segment, we each pick a favorite moment that we found entertaining in previous segments. Don’t miss the letter from a listener who finally finished a quilt for her son. It’s one she started in the mid-1980’s! Stay tuned! Cli…
 
What better way to celebrate the holiday season than to cozy up with a virtual Quilt’n Bee? Grab your latest quilting project, don your ugliest sweater, and tune in to join our hosts from the Quilt and Tell Podcast for an hour of festive projects! Ask questions and win FREE stuff on Friday, 12/18 at 2pm MST. Join the Quilt & Tell, Quilt’n Bee 12/18…
 
Jenny Doan joins Tracy, Lori and Ginger—get ready to laugh! Of course, we talk about how her town Hamilton, Missouri, became a quilting destination, but we also talk about how Jenny learned to sew and why her parents insisted upon signing her up for 4-H. Kristina Whitney is our guest for the Fine Finishes segment. She is a HandiQuilter educator who…
 
Mark your calendars! Join Tracy, Lori and Ginger on Friday, 11/13 at 2pm MST for the Quilt & Tell, Quilt’n Bee on Zoom! Take an hour and join the podcast hosts working on and sharing their current projects. Join in to ask questions and even win some free stuff! Join the Quilt & Tell, Quilt’n Bee 10/16 at 2pm MST by registering with this Zoom link: …
 
In today's episode, we hear a tale of two radically different sweaters. But while we begin by exploring the world of luxury knitwear, we end up discovering something completely different…and completely new. Read the show notes: https://www.interweave.com/fiber-nation/tale-two-sweaters/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Mark your calendars! Join Tracy, Lori and Ginger on Friday, 10/16 at 2pm MST for the Quilt & Tell, Quilt’n Bee on Zoom! Take an hour and join the podcast hosts working on and sharing their current projects. Join in to ask questions and even win some free stuff! Join the Quilt & Tell, Quilt’n Bee 10/16 at 2pm MST by registering with this Zoom link: …
 
Marti Michell tells the story of the beginnings of her career and the truly revolutionary things she brought to the quilting industry—and Tracy, Lori, and Ginger just listen! In the Fine Finishes segment, Lori, Tracy, and Ginger discuss losing your “sewjo” and finding it again. Stay Tuned! Click here to view the show notes for this episode. Learn m…
 
Almost one year ago we released this episode, but its story of disaster and resilience has even more relevance today. As we prepare Season 3, we hope you (re)discover the story of Patty Reed and her doll. In 1846 an 8-year-old girl named Patty Reed headed west on the Oregon Trail, along with her family. Among Patty’s few toys was a tiny wooden doll…
 
Elizabeth Townsend Gard joins Tracy and Ginger on the show to discuss how copyright affects quilt making and design. For example, if you make a quilt using Disney fabric, can you sell the quilt? If you change a pattern slightly, are you infringing on copyright? Stay tuned to find out! Tracy and Ginger discuss the special English paper piecing proje…
 
Hannah hangs with Louisa, her long time pal and fellow knitter. Work with Interweave brought these two together, but the thread they follow when they jump into the rabbit hole of their friendship uncovers so much more. It's about commuknitty, love, and sometimes, the color green. Read the show notes: https://www.interweave.com/knitting-nerdcast/sti…
 
Bonnie Hunter joins Tracy and Lori on the show. Lori and Tracy read a letter from a listener about thread choices. Then in Open Studios, they chat about what has changed since January when Bonnie was on the podcast, leaders and enders, and the “quilt police”. The Fine Finishes segment is sponsored by Handi Quilter, so Handi Quilter educator Adam Ra…
 
1n 1951, near Gunnister, Shetland, two men discovered a body in a shallow grave. They called the police, who quickly determined there was something very strange about this burial. The body wasn’t actually a body; it was a full set of woolen clothing that had once contained a body. And that clothing was almost 300 years old. Who was Gunnister Man? H…
 
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