Sewing podcasts 2018: five we’re loving right now 🎧

Do you listen to podcasts? There’s nothing that goes together quite like an afternoon of quilting while listening to people’s related stories. We’ve rounded up some of the quilting and sewing podcasts we’ve been listening to lately—read on to learn more!

American Patchwork & Quilting Podcast with Pat Sloan

Pat is where it’s at! Pat Sloan has published six book with Martingale and knows just about everyone on the US quilting scene, which means her fun interviews are with the best quilters and designers in the business. If you want to be in the know, Pat will keep you up to date each week. See Pat’s books here.


Just Wanna Quilt

Dr. Elizabeth Townsend Gard, host of Just Wanna Quilt, started her podcast because she was interested in copyright laws as they apply to quilters and their work. Although she regularly touches on that topic, she also interviews quilters from around the world to better understand what she calls the “quilting ecosystem.” A thought-provoking podcast!


Quilting . . . for the Rest of Us

Host Sandy Hasenauer has a huge backlog of podcasts (almost 200) that are casual in style and a treat for quilters. Her podcasts are lighthearted and fun and they whiz by.


Love to Sew

Caroline Somos and Helen Wilkinson love to sew, and it shows. The pair interviews celebrities of the sewing world and focuses on sewing a handmade wardrobe. The duo also touches on the topic of running a business in the sewing industry.


The Midnight Quilt Show

Okay, this isn’t exactly a podcast . . . but Angela Walters is loads of fun to watch and listen to! Tune in to weekly episodes on Youtube to learn Angela’s tips and tricks, plus get free quilt patterns in videos that are both educational and entertaining. Angela’s book, The Ultimate Guide to Machine Quilting, co-authored with Christa Watson, is available now.


When it comes to sewing podcasts, do you:

  • Love ’em—listen to them all the time.
  • Dabble in ’em—I’ve listened here and there.
  • Wonder about ’em—I think I’ll give podcasts a try!

Tell us in the comments—and share your favorite podcasts too!


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