Episode 26

Episode 26: Our Lockdown Experiences ft. Jenny, Cashmerette Patterns

It’s rolling up to a year since our lives were changed and routines disrupted till further notice. So in this episode, the ladies are joined by Jenny Rushmore, the founder of Cashmerette Sewing Patterns. Jenny, who has had to pack up and travel many miles away from her base amidst the chaos, also shares her crafting journey and how she manages her business during this time of immense uncertainty. Thanks to our sponsors – Murder Mystery Quilt, a unique year-long quilting experience. The community of the Murder Mystery Quilt is where every block you sew holds a piece of the puzzle. Read along with the nicest quilters on the internet, share your ideas and inspiration, and quilt through the year to catch a killer!

Mentioned in the podcast:

Cashmerette Tobin pattern

Paper Theory Miller trousers

Cashmerette Harrison shirt

Cashmerette sizing

Episode 25

Episode 25: Sustainability and Crafting with Kate @timetosew

One aspect of crafting that a lot of us work towards at one point or the other in our sewing journeys is to become more sustainable. But are our practices really sustainable? These and many more points were discussed in this episode with Kate @timetosew, founder of www.timetosew.uk , a true lover of textiles, sewing and sustainable fashion.

Thanks to our sponsors –Sew Me Sunshine – an independent online dressmaking fabric & haberdashery shop that does worldwide shipping. Welcome to un:CUT the Makers’ Podcast where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. We hope you enjoy!

Mentioned in this episode:

Juliet’s dyed Bakerloo blouse

Central St Martin’s

Sew Over It

Higgs Materials Sustainability Index

Make Mine Challenge

Un:Cut Episode on Comparison with Lena King

Vinted

Alice’s blouse

LDH scissors at Sew Me Sunshine

Kate’s blog

Episode 24

Episode 24. Plus Size Sewing ft Korrie Riddle

In this week’s episode, the ladies speak to Korrie Riddle – a Textile artist & Candle maker. Korrie speaks about her experience learning how to sew as a plus size lady. She also shares some online resources that helped her on her journey as a new sewist. You can find Korrie on instagram at @korriekorrie

Thanks to this week’s sponsors – Cashmerette – a sewing pattern company well known for their high quality sewing patterns designed with your curves in mind. Did you know that they also offer an online workshop specifically on fitting for curves? Learning to fit on your own can be challenging, but with Cashmerette’s bestselling Fitting for Curves workshop, you’ll learn techniques for a variety of upper body adjustments–all from the comfort of home. Curvy sewing expert Jenny Rushmore shows you how to identify fit issues and demonstrates how to fix them in a clear and easy-to-follow format, plus you can ask questions right alongside the videos! Save 20% on Cashmerette’s Fitting for Curves workshop through February 9, 2021 with code UNCUT20. Visit cashmerette.com/workshops to get started.

Mentioned in the show:

Atia’s cord dress

By Hand London Hannah dress

Tilly and the Buttons

By Hand London Tamzin

Threadyforit Instagram

The Foldline

Nina Lee Bakerloo blouse

Cashmerette Lenox Shirtdress

Thanks for tuning in to un:CUT the Makers’ Podcast, where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. We hope you enjoy!

Episode 23

23. The Great Declutter! ft Nadia Arbach, Clear the Decks

It’s time to declutter our spaces with specialist advice from Nadia Arbach, founder of Clear the Decks. In this session, Nadia shares her expert knowledge about decluttering our crafting spaces to unleash our creativity. It’s indeed a great episode to listen to if you’re ready to overcome that overwhelm that comes from having too much in our spaces. You can find a link to Nadia’s podcast on her website https://clearthedecks.co.uk

Thanks to our sponsors –Lamazi fabrics – an online boutique who aim to provide you with the finest quality fabrics, craft and sewing supplies. Thanks for tuning in to un:CUT the Makers’ Podcast, where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. We hope you enjoy!

Episode 22

22. New Year, New Me?

New goals, plans or resolutions making the rounds, it is time to assess the idea of New Year’s Resolutions. Have the ladies made any resolutions yet? What plans have the un:CUT ladies have for the year? Do listen on and find out; you will also get their favourite crafting tips.

Thanks to our sponsors –Minerva – an online multi -award winning company with a vast range of crafting resources and a space where like-minded people around the world come together.

Thanks for tuning in to un:CUT the Makers’ Podcast, where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. We hope you enjoy!

Mentioned in the show:

Penguono Ravelry link

Juliet’s blog Sew So Natural

Atia’s blog The Bright Blooms

Alice’s blog Alice in the Polka Dot Palace

Patsypoo Makes

Patsy Poo Makes Printable Sewing Bingo

Fairfield Shirt by Thread Theory

Episode 21

21. Is Crafting Sexist? ft. Mike, The Crafty Gentleman

This week, the ladies welcome Mike –The Crafty Gentleman- on the podcast. Mike, who blogs about contemporary crafts for the modern maker, kindly shared his experiences with inclusivity in the crafting community right from his school days and exciting upcoming projects. You can find Mike on social media @thecraftygentleman Thanks to our sponsors –Lamazi fabrics – an online boutique who aim to provide you with the finest quality fabrics, craft and sewing supplies. Thanks for tuning in to un:CUT the Makers’ Podcast, where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. We hope you enjoy!

Mentioned in this episode:

Nina Lee Bakerloo blouse

Fibremood Rhea coat

Coco Wawa Honeycomb dress

Named Saraste dress

Cricut

Merchant and Mills

Raystitch

Riccardo Guido

Mr X Stitch

Paper and Wood  

Hole & Corner magazine 

Episode 20

Episode 20: The Ugly Side of Social Media with Lena King

We are nearly at the end of 2020 and for the last podcast of this interesting year, the ladies share their experiences and thoughts around compassion and impostor syndrome with a special guest, Lena King. Lena, a very inspiring dressmaker and fabric lover, shared how she’s overcoming impostor syndrome and moving on with an exciting project in the new year 2021. You can find her on instagram at @thatlenaking to stay informed about her upcoming project.

Thanks to our sponsors -Sew Me Sunshine – an independent online dressmaking fabric & haberdashery shop that does worldwide shipping. Welcome to un:CUT the Makers’ Podcast where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. We hope you enjoy!

Mentioned in this episode:

The Stitch Edit blog post

Love To Sew Podcast

#beginnersewing tag on Instagram

Episode 19

Episode 19 : Influencer Marketing

This week, the ladies discuss a topic that a lot of us are having to adjust to especially in the craft world – influencer marketing. Speaking from the perspectives of consumers and content creators, the ladies dig into the hot topic, sharing their experiences and the effects social media influencer marketing has had on them.

Thanks to our sponsors –Beyond Measure – an online store for makers with unique tools and gifts chosen with care by the owner – Grace.

Welcome to un:CUT the Makers’ Podcast where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. We hope you enjoy!

Please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes! Follow us on social media https://www.instagram.com/uncutpodcast_/ If you have any questions or topics you’d like us to consider discussing on the podcast, do send us your questions via email at hello.uncutpodcast@gmail.com Business Email: hello.uncutpodcast@gmail.com ** Email your topics, situation, questions for us to cover using #craftinguncut as the subject

Mentioned in this episode:

Uber Share the Love campaign 

Liberty 

I Am Panoramix

Made My Wardrobe Greta Dungarees

Kylie and the Machine labels

Marcy Harriell Instagram

Laine magazine

Episode 18

Episode 18: Crafting and Holiday Traditions

The ladies spend today’s episode, fondly recalling their favourite holiday traditions. These yearly traditions involve doing similar things every and enable us to appreciate our growth during the course of the year. It also does strike some nostalgia especially when we spend the time with our favourite people. In addition to practices from people around them, the ladies share tips on how to adopt new traditions for your family. Thanks to our sponsors – Lamazi Fabrics – an online boutique who aim to provide you with the finest quality fabrics, craft and sewing supplies Welcome to un:CUT the Makers’ Podcast where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. We hope you enjoy!

Mentioned in the show:

Nina Lee Bakerloo blouse

Maressa Made on Love to Sew Podcast

Maressa Made Mindful Making e-book

Ingrid Fetell Lee TED talk

The Aesthetics of Joy

The Joy Journal Laura Brand on Instagram

Damasklove on Instagram

Episode 17

PODCAST EPISODE

17. Holiday Gift Ideas

It’s the season of sharing love, gifts and heart felt messages, but with the present world situation, what can we give our loved ones as gifts? The ladies share their holiday gift ideas including handmade gifts and a gift idea that has Juliet puzzled till this moment. Do listen to find out more. Thanks to Sew Me Sunshine – an independent online dressmaking fabric & haberdashery shop that does worldwide shipping.

Mentioned in the show:

Nina Lee Bakerloo Blouse 

Simply Fabrics

All Stitched Up

Seamwork Dani

@phoeberosita

@stitchodyssey 

Cricut

The Vampire’s Wife masks

Handmaking Mel 

Aurifil thread for quilting

Pink Coat Club

Closet Core Patterns Ginger Jeans

Fabric Godmother

Wild Orchard Fabric Co.

Megan Nielsen Dawn Jeans

Foxglove and Field

Cloth and Candy 

Beyond Measure

Mypz knitting kit

Friday Pattern Company Ilford Jacket 

Closet Core Patterns Carolyn Pyjamas

Friday Pattern Company Wilder Gown

Kielo Wrap Dress

Sew Me Sunshine

Friday Pattern Company Adrienne Blouse

Merchant and Mills Ellis and Hattie Dress

Sister Mintaka

Welcome to un:CUT the Makers’ Podcast where we discuss all things crafts and our experiences with being creative. We hope you enjoy!

Please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes! Follow us on social media https://www.instagram.com/uncutpodcast_/ If you have any questions or topics you’d like us to consider discussing on the podcast, do send us your questions via email at hello.uncutpodcast@gmail.com

Email your topics, situation, questions for us to cover using #craftinguncut as the subject

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