Sew What? is a weekly podcast that celebrates historic needlework and those who stitched it. Isabella Rosner, your local needlework expert, explores all types of needlecraft (including embroidery, knitting, weaving, nålbinding, quilting, lacemaking, and everything in between) from around the world and across continents and interviews leading textile artists, scholars, and curators. After a successful first season of 25 episodes, Sew What? is back in February 2021 for a second one. Listen here or on your favourite podcast app and get ready for a new episode every Thursday!
Conserving Historic Needlework: An Interview with Gretchen Guidess and Jackie Peterson-Grace – Sew What?
- Conserving Historic Needlework: An Interview with Gretchen Guidess and Jackie Peterson-Grace
- Embroidering Portraits: An Interview with Cayce Zavaglia
- The Needlework of Historic Boyz II Men
- Paper Pieced Quilts and Crafting During COVID: An Interview with Naomi Clarke
- Alternative Embroideries: Tambour Work and Punch Needle
- Australian Schoolgirl Needlework: An Interview with Cat Gay
- Stitching Among Friends: Early Quaker Needlework
- Jewish Fashion Making and Stitching in 20th-Century London: An Interview with Dr Bethan Bide and Dr Lucie Whitmore
- Quilting and Exhibiting Black Life: An Interview with Bisa Butler and Dr Erica Warren
- Curating Needlework: An Interview with Amelia Peck and Melinda Watt