In this podcast interview, artist Drew Steinbrecher explains his business journey from graphic design to quilting to mixed media.
In this podcast interview, knitting teaching Willie Smith explains his expertise in teaching new knitters to confidently tackle projects.
In this podcast interview with Kristina McGrath and Sarah Walworth of Tech Tip Talk we discuss tech editing for knitting patterns.
In this podcast interview, Rachel Austen explains how she’s built Elle Crée, a paint-by-numbers kit company carried by over 500 retailers.
In this podcast interview, craft entrepreneur Brett Bara traces her career from magazine publishing to opening a shop to Hello Bargello.
In this podcast interview, Christie Troxell talks about how she built a party planning business, Ritzy Parties, and how she got involved in the crafts industry as a demonstrator and content creator.
In this podcast interview, Austin Rivers explains how he came to found Knit the Rainbow, a non-profit organization for homeless LGBT+ youth.
In this podcast interview, Sarah Resnick talks about how she founded Gist Yarn, a weaving yarn company. She traces its growth and success.
In this podcast interview, Sally Moore explains how she came to own a yarn shop as a litigation attorney in Detroit.
In this podcast interview, sisters Jamie Trinier and Jessica Drain talk about how they invented magnetic sewing pins, SewTites.
In this podcast interview, Jaren Gibson of Grace Company, explains how that company became a leading manufacturer of quilting frames.
In this podcast interview, Jen Gubicza of Zooguu talks about how she’s built a business designing and sewing plush taxidermy at craft fairs.
In this podcast interview, Dana Williams-Johnson talks about her journey from blogging about accessories to studying Black women in media.
In this podcast episode, Bianca Springer talks about her career in conflict mediation, sewing, and embroidery.
In this special episode, we’re bringing you a recording of the Stat of the Industry panel from h+h americas 2023.
In this podcast interview, Victoria Findlay Wolfe talks about how she came to be a quilt artist, her art practice, and her love of textiles.
Today we have a special episode of the podcast recorded live at h+h americas 2023. Our Day #3 keynote was a fireside chat with Justine Tiu, co-founder of The Woobles.
In this podcast interview, Mary Grabenstatter talks about how she started a subscription box for garment sewing.
This podcast interview is with Diana Baird N’Diaye, senior curator and cultural heritage specialist at the Smithsonian Center for Folklife.