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Cut the Craft

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Cut the Craft

Amy Umbel and Brien Beidler

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Have you ever looked at potters smiling from their booth at the farmers’ market and wondered: “what’s their deal?” Have you ever considered whose hands are behind the wooden chair you're sitting on? How about those fancy kitchen knives you admire? Cut the Craft is a podcast that brings stories of handcraft and its makers to you. Perhaps you are a craftsperson looking for a fresh perspective, or a newcomer to handmade things; no matter your starting point, your hosts Amy Umbel and Brien Beidl ...
 
Our American Handcrafted Podcast series reveals inspiring makers stories and journeys in handmade. It is a place where we explore techniques and discover extraordinary craft. A place where impactful voices give rise to a supportive and encouraging community of like-minded artists and makers. Curated with aspirational, soulful, meaningful, and sometimes life defining moments, we lead with our collective team voices advocating and celebrating a place where HAPPINESS IS HANDMADE. Visit us at ht ...
 
What does it take for you to start your own small business? Where can you gather inspiration and information to get you started on the right foot? Can you make a living from selling handmade items? After 10 (official) years of handcrafting my business, Willow and Bee, I have gathered every tip you'll need to get started on your hand made business. Armed with the knowledge of running a small business, and a mountain of side hustles later, I'm here to share everything that it takes to get You ...
 
The Handcrafted Podcast is intended to inspire. It interviews people who work in the Arts & Crafts about what they do, how and why they do it and where their ambitions lead them. These are the stories of the Crafts-Folk who work everyday to fulfil their passion for what they do. The Podcast is hosted by Richard Stannard, The Wild Silversmith, who is a Craftsman and musician in his own right. He lives in Bournemouth in the South of England where he makes Silver Jewellery from his home studio ...
 
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This Craft Nation

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This Craft Nation

Fred Bueltmann - This Craft Nation

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We are setting out on a cross-country quest to further understand the makers movement and craft renaissance. We will take our readers and listeners deep into the creative combustion engine of our country; talking to the colorful characters who hold the deeper truths of This Craft Nation.
 
Hard to imagine now, but there have been times and places where just wearing sandals could get you labeled as being in rebellion against established society. Two such places were Berkeley, California in the early 1960s and Millthorpe, England in the 1880s. Millthorpe was home to Edward Carpenter (1844-1929), an English socialist poet, philosopher, and activist who abandoned his upper crust life and university sinecure to grow market vegetables and handcraft sandals for a living. Carpenter’s ...
 
We catalog the experience of CEOs, founders, and entrepreneurs in the outdoor sports industry. Some of them have failed, some of them skyrocket into the stratosphere of success, all of them have a story to tell. This podcast focuses on a different kind of adventure.
 
Featuring interviews with Etsy shop owners. Get to hear the personal Etsy stories behind your favorite Etsy shops as well as those you haven't yet discovered. it all began when a Turkish classical musician, a graphic designer, and an iPhone newbie/crafting geek all happily collided in the summer of 2013 in a happy conspiracy that birthed the new host and the revival of the Etsy Conversations Podcast. As an iPhone newbie trying to figure out what the funny-looking purple icon on her phone was ...
 
Welcome to Supporting Local with Charis! I'm Charis Saunders and I'm a huge advocate for supporting local businesses. In this podcast, I'm going to be chatting to small businesses in Northern Ireland and finding out a bit more about them. We're going to cover how they got started and how you can support them! To find out more, check us out on Instagram & Facebook at @ Supporting Local Podcast.
 
Heart of Community focuses on arts and culture outside the big city. This is a comeback story about how artists have weathered the pandemic storm to keep the arts beating in rural communities throughout the Northwest and West. The show presents stories of resiliency and hope, told through the voices and sounds of those rising to the challenge.
 
Join us here as we review our mindfulness theme of the month and listen to interviews with other small business owners and their views on that theme! October is Abundance, November is Gratitude and December is Joy! These themes are directly related to our Behind the Gems Mindset Subscription Boxes by month. These boxes will feature my gemstone jewelry with that meaning and 4-5 other women owned small businesses! Every month these businesses will be featured as sponsors of this podcast!
 
Plant Love Radio features conversations with some of the best and most renowned herbalists. Here, they share favorite lessons and resources for living happier, ​balanced and more resilient lives ​through the wonders of herbal medicine. The podcast host, Lana Camiel, is also an herbalist and a pharmacy professor. (Formerly known as Wellness Insider Network)
 
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Florida Foodie

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Florida Foodie

WKMG and Graham Media Group

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Food is part of our traditions and cultures, and it impacts our health, our economy and all of our communities. So, Florida Foodie is giving you some food for thought, taking a closer look at how what we eat and how we eat it impacts us here in Florida and what it means for everyone, everywhere.
 
Welcome to Perspectives, our look at the fabric of our city and what makes Louisville so interesting and full of possibilities, it’s our take on the trends and events in town, what’s happening and when, and why it’s important to you - all brought to you by Lenihan Sotheby's International Realty in Louisville, KY.
 
I’m Jon, and I love nothing more than listening to someone with an interesting or unusual job talk about the ins and outs of that job. So I created a weekly podcast that features interviews with people from all across the employment spectrum. You’ve likely heard the figure of speech “Jack of all trades” referring to someone who is versatile and adaptable to a wide variety of tasks. That’s what this is designed to be an audio exploration of. Except, I’m Jon, not Jack. Welcome to Jon of All Tr ...
 
Cost of Goods Sold is a Podcast about the environmental and social costs of the things we buy. In each episode, we explore topics like sustainability, innovation, social entrepreneurship, the circular economy, conscious consumerism and how we all can effect change. Be inspired by thoughtful designers and responsible creators and curators using business to create positive impact. Listen in to hear the stories of those taking on the world’s biggest challenges and making meaningful contribution ...
 
According to the World Bank, Africa is the only region in the world where more women than men choose to become entrepreneurs. African Business Stories is a weekly podcast created to give voice to the experiences of these audacious African women. It is your insight into female innovators and entrepreneurs building and running businesses in Africa.The power of seeing successful people that look like you can never be overemphasized and so we are taking hold of our narrative and telling our own ...
 
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Style Union Home (SUH) is on a mission to make memories. Created by fashion icon, Kym Gold, the entire collection was inspired by aspects of organic fashion and classical style. It is the founder’s hope that each piece becomes an heirloom, symbolic of the memory’s customers create with them while contributing to their own traditions and family lega…
 
Matt sits down with Sego Ski Co co-founders Peter & Tim Wells. Sego Ski Co is a ski manufacturer making high-quality handmade skis Over the years Sego Ski Co. has been growing hand over fist as a rapidly rising star in the ski industry. One of the remarkable things about Sego Ski Co. isn’t JUST the fact that they make a remarkable pair of skis, it’…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting to Dogsbody NI about how she went from dog walking to holistic dog products, how she has a natural option for anxious dogs and even doggie bath bombs! Dogsbody NI's Instagram - Dogsbody NI (@dogsbodyni) • Instagram photos and videos Dogsbody NI's Website - Dogsbody NI - Daycare for Dogs & Organic Grooming Range To find…
 
Dino Ferri is the type of guy who doesn’t sweat when the heat is on. “It’s a rush. It literally is a rush,” Ferri said. The “it” in question here is capsaicin — the stuff in peppers that make them spicy. Ferri loves the stuff and downs it like a champ. He shares his love with the world through his own hot sauce company: Hotter Than El. In addition …
 
Matt sits down with Batch CBD co-founder Dennis Mistrioty. Batch CBD doesn’t just make incredible CBD products. They also serve as a CBD testing facility and manufacturer for countless other CBD brands. Batch started when Dennis and his co-founders took the plunge into entrepreneurship as the CBD and hemp industry started to really blossom. However…
 
Thank you for tuning in to episode 91! If you're listening in real-time, you know we have about two months left before we ring in the new year. It's the perfect time to reflect on our lofty goals, what we did this year, and what we wish we would have done differently. In this short and sweet solo episode, I'd like to look at the 3 tips that can giv…
 
Andy Thomas is a Denver-based musician and Deputy Director of Levitt Pavilion Denver, and he’s the guest on Ep. 308 of the Jon of All Trades Podcast debuting October 27, 2021. Andy Thomas is Deputy Director of Levitt Pavilion Denver, a non-profit music venue established with the purpose of building community through music. Levitt Pavilion Denver op…
 
In today’s episode, we chat with Amy Welsman from Paume. We learn how Amy’s antibacterial hand gel was already in development when COVID changed everything. Why she was inspired to create a luxury sustainable and stylish hand hygiene brand, how Paume is addressing waste with their unique and chic refillable pumps, previously recycled materials and …
 
Episode Recorded October 1, 2021. Julia Kalthoff specializes in making carving axes in Stockholm, Sweden under the moniker Kalthoff Axes. As a young girl she grew up amidst textile crafts but was always curious about metal… “How did it work? How could you transform it from one state to another?” By a series of coincidences she worked at an axe maki…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting to Born and Bred about working with large corporate clients, the working for the weekend mentality and all her exciting Christmas products coming soon! Born and Bred's Instagram - Born and Bred (@wearebornandbred_) • Instagram photos and videos Born and Bred's Website - Born and Bred – Born & Bred (wearebornandbred.com…
 
Check, Please! You Gotta Try This!, season 1, episode 7, airs Thursday, October 21, at 7:30 pm, on KQED 9. See other television airtimes, and never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. What’s better than bacon? Novato’s Bacon sizzles with breakfast delights, like the Pacifica Pan-Fried Frittata with smoked salmon, capers, sour cream…
 
With the cooler weather settling in, you may be thinking of the coziness of fall and winter indoors, and how you can achieve that for your home. In this episode I share five layers of home decor that can be freshened up and elevate the cozy feeling. I have sewing, quilting and knitting updates in the chit chat segment along with Netflix, Hulu and Y…
 
Matt sits down with Yuki Threads co-founder Luke Mitchell. Yuki Threads makes Technical Snowboarding apparel with a HUGE emphasis on sustainable manufacturing and the snowboarding community at large. Luke Mitchell, (or as his friends call him, Mitch), and his co-founder Lani started Yuki Threads as a simple way to keep doing what they loved most, s…
 
Thank you for tuning in to episode 90! Have you been thinking about creating video ads for your brand? Today's guest shares her secret to stopping the scroll and how you can increase your revenue in just 3 seconds! I know you'll get the video bug after this conversation! www.handmadeceo.com www.instagram.com/_handmadeceo…
 
Zach Eastman is a podcaster and filmmaker and he’s the guest on Ep. 307 of the Jon of All Trades Podcast debuting October 20, 2021. Zach Eastman is my good buddy. Chief among the reasons he’s a good buddy of mine is that he’s just about the only person I’ve ever known (besides my own father) who can talk about W.C. Fields for three hours with me. W…
 
My father, Mike Myers, a lifetime small business owner, a serial entrepreneur, passed away over the Canadian Thanksgiving holiday. It was unexpected and we are grieving. He was a very, very strong supporter of small business. Always the one to shop local and always supporting the family-run businesses in his community. And my own entrepreneurial jo…
 
The pandemic hit Enas Gebaly and her family hard. Her husband lost his job and it prevented Gebaly from traveling to see her family, who still lives in Egypt. For her, cooking became a way to feel connected with her family and her home country. Food also became a way for Gebaly to help her family in Florida, her husband and her children. After her …
 
In this episode, I'm chatting to Refuge Chocolate about all the work they do with Flourish NI, the shift from farmer's markets to shopping online and some very important self care tips! Refuge Chocolate's Instagram - Refuge Chocolate (@refugechocolate) • Instagram photos and videos Refuge Chocolate's Website - Refuge Chocolate; makers of taste good…
 
Check, Please! You Gotta Try This!, season 1, episode 6, airs Thursday, October 14, at 7:30 pm, on KQED 9. See other television airtimes, and never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. This week, we cruise down to Daly City for breakfast for dinner at Tselogs, where the Sisigsilog, a sizzling platter of savory chicken, a fried egg a…
 
Do you struggle with shiny object syndrome? You know that feeling of wanting to join every new platform out there because it might just be the new best thing for your business. Today's guest has some incredible insight on creating a marketing plan to keep your focus where it belongs. Stay tuned in until the end to hear Tim's special offer for the l…
 
Jonathan Stine is someone I met because our kids became friends in preschool. Turned out we had a lot in common, and the two of us and our two wives hit it off pretty much immediately. When we’d have parties, he’d ask my friends weird questions like, “Which insurance company do you have?” For the briefest of moments, I thought he was some sort of b…
 
Episode Recorded August 9, 2021. Kirk Lang specializes in kinetic sculpture and jewelry with a particular focus on astronomy; the first time he saw Saturn in “real time” he was hooked! The sense of awe he felt as he looked through a telescope at the stars heavily influences his work as a craftsperson. He explores unconventional materials like titan…
 
Check, Please! You Gotta Try This!, season 1, episode 5, airs Thursday, October 7, at 7:30 pm, on KQED 9. See other television airtimes, and never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. Fresh, fragrant and flavorful — this week’s special teen guests’ picks are all about melt-in-your-mouth delights! Mints & Honey, a chic, colorful cafe…
 
Today my guest is Jennifer Swope, a David and Roberta Logie Associate Curator, Textiles and Fashion Arts Department at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. We talk about a new exhibition opening October 10th at the MFA, Boston. The exhibit is called Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories. There are 50 quilts in the exhibit spanning the past 300 yea…
 
Andrew Orvedahl of The Grawlix and Those Who Can’t is the guest on Ep. 305 of the Jon of All Trades Podcast debuting October 6, 2021. Andrew Orvedahl is the first comedian I was ever close to getting on the show. Seven and a half years ago after I interviewed Brandi Shigley, she asked me if I was interested in interviewing Andrew Overdahl. Of cours…
 
Matt sits down with Hestra US Marketing Manager Drew Eakins. Hestra is a family-owned glove manufacturer that has helped define what makes a high-quality performance glove. It’s no secret that Hestra is considered one of the bigger players in the world of outdoor sports. With being in business for over a century, it’s safe to say they’ve left a ser…
 
Let's start out by saying Brian is our hero! Brian Gulino, founder, and owner of Tee Haus. A Clothing and Apparel company with a purpose sits down with us and puts it all on the table. He tells us about his overwhelming story of substance abuse, and depressions in his younger years, and shows us the steps he took to be where he is at today. A fathe…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting to Bramble Green about everything is sourced locally, from the wool to the knitters, how you can wear Aran all year round and how nature inspired the range, even down to the colours. Bramble Green's Instagram - Bramble Green 🌊 (@bramble_green) • Instagram photos and videos Bramble Green's Website - Home | Bramble Green…
 
Check, Please! You Gotta Try This!, season 1, episode 4, airs Thursday, September 30, at 7:30 pm, on KQED 9. See other television airtimes, and never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. We begin our quest through the Bay Area’s unmissable meals at San Francisco’s famed Arsicault Bakery, once crowned Bakery of the Year by Bon Appeti…
 
In today's solo episode, we'll take a look at perfection and the trouble with being EVER so perfect! This little word robs us of so much, and it isn't just in business. It bleeds into every aspect of life and even gives us a great excuse to bow out of relationships, partnerships, and entrepreneurship. So if you feel like things are almost perfect, …
 
Rich is a software engineer by day, a volunteer high school STEAM educator by night, and an Etsy maker and seller at all other times in-between. Listen to his inspiring story in this episode. For more information and links to resources mentioned, visit Connect with me on InstagramBy Ijeoma Eleazu
 
​​Matt sits down with Dynamite Starfish founder Leslie Kim. Dynamite Starfish makes climbing apparel with climbing culture-inspired designs to fill in some of the blanks in the culture of the climbing community. Leslie has been a longtime designer, in her career and just as a personal passion. Between her visual art and her many (MANY) hobbies, she…
 
Ojibwe artist Anong Migwans Beam from Beam Paints handcrafts small batch watercolour paint stones packaged in sustainable materials. In this episode we learn how Anong’s father taught her to harvest pigment near her home in M'Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin island, how she's been inspired by her artist parents and indigenous paint traditions, w…
 
In this episode, I'm chatting to Lines and Colour about how it all started with one picture, homeware plans and potential wedding illustrations. Lines and Colour's Instagram - Lines & Colour (@wearelinesandcolour) • Instagram photos and videos To find out more, head to; Charis' Instagram - Charis • Radio Presenter (@charisoliviaa) • Instagram photo…
 
Check, Please! You Gotta Try This!, season 1, episode 3, airs Thursday, September 23, at 7:30 pm, on KQED 9. See other television airtimes, and never miss an episode by subscribing to the video podcast. In the scenic town of Occidental, the Altamont General Store rolls out its Beef Hot Dog, with Hawaiian flair, topped with grilled pineapple relish,…
 
Hardrock Woodworks is a family run Etsy shop that sells handmade wood and 3D printed products. Wayne is a fine woodworker craftsman, and he makes beautiful quilting clappers in maple wood, walnut and a type of maple called Ambrosia, which has a striped wood grain. He started making clappers and other quilting notions and tools as a result of his wi…
 
There's a time to embrace DIY projects, and then there's the time to hand it over to the experts! Today's guest gives you the option of doing either. Eric's knowledge of SEO and his simple way of explaining it gave me a whole new perspective on the importance of hiring an expert. More importantly, it made me realize it isn't just about using the co…
 
Alicia has been selling her jewelry on Etsy since the very early days and after having multiple features of her work both on and off Etsy, she is sharing lessons on how others can find success on Etsy even despite the platform's changing landscape. For more information visit Connect with me on Instagram…
 
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