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Thanks, Sue xxx
- Fabulous!by dressmakingdolly from United Kingdom
Love listening to this podcast-have only listened to two episodes so far but am looking forward to the rest !
- Inspirationalby A for Anna from Australia
Listening to Sue with her enthusiasm for needle work and her knowledgeable guests is super inspirational time well spent. Love it!
- Entertaining and Enlightening Podcastby moviedudeinc from United States
I just discovered Stitchery Stories. Sue has a great way of engaging her guests and bringing out their expertise and their unique approach to art and embroidery. Her questions are probing and the conversation flows in an easy and relaxed manner. So grab a cup of tea, unwind, and be ready to be entertained, while you learn something new!
- Intelligent and Wittyby jodileetkd from United States
If you love textile art, you should definitely check out Stitchery Stories.
- Allby cochineal.moon from United States
Love the way Susan lets the person she is interviewing shine.
- Love it!by Spotsluger from United States
I’m so glad I found Stitchery Stories! I love hearing about the different guests and learning new ways of doing textile art. I often listen in my studio while embroidering and it feels a bit like having company while I work. Looking forward to more episodes!
- Fabulousby Appledore1 from United Kingdom
I discovered Amanda Corbett in a newspaper article and through that I found this fabulous podcast. Am now trying to find time to listen to your catalogue of podcasts. Love it. Thank you
- Excellent.by Professional Pedestrian from United Kingdom
Love the casual nature of these interviews. Have been introduced to some brilliant artists that I wouldn’t have known about otherwise.
- Stories to stitch toby aCreativeadventuress from United Kingdom
So enjoy these stories via the podcasts .. almost a Desert Island Discs format without the Discs.. very interesting to hear how people followed their stitching paths.. The common theme of being taught to sew via out elders .. Ido so hope this continues .. I have 5 granddaughters and I certainly pass on my enthusiasm A must listen for Embroidery Guild members I say ..
- thank youby alisonrhodes from United Kingdom
Thank you I am loving the podcasts.Ilke the idea of listening craft people from across the world. Please keep going.
- Really Great Podcast For Stitching Loversby JOINUPDOTS from United Kingdom
Ill be honest I have no interest in Stitching at all, and the thought of doing anything like that will never cross my mind. So it was with interest that I started listening to the episode with Ami James and found that i loved the content. How the interest was found simply because another adult class was full, through to developing a passion in an area that is opening up to Ami more and more. Susan does a great job of allowing the content to flow like two old friends sitting chatting..... Well done Susan!!!!
- A diversity of textile artistsby ShannyNott from United States
As a listener from the U.S. I especially enjoy hearing from embroidery and textile artists in the UK. Susan's podcast is very professional in its production, while her interview style is informal and fun. Her guests run the gamut from traditional practitioners of embroidery to avant garde stitchers who are focused on pushing the liimits on technique, subject matter and public engagement. I listen to every show.
- Informative and a graat range of guestsby Lgc27 from Australia
This is my current go to podcast. A wide range of textile artists are interviewed about their practice and how they came to working with textiles and thread. The host is enthusiastic and has a genuine interest in textiles - mainly embroidery - and gives her guests room to talk about their work. If you are interested in embroidery in all its forms then be sure you subscribe to Stitchery Stories. It is worth it 🙂
- Great Podcastby PJ from South Carolina from United States
A wonderful find! I really enjoy listening to these stories whilst doing my own hand embroidery.
- Brilliant guests!by Soo z from United Kingdom
Absolutely love listening to these podcasts. They're always fascinating and inspiring
- Inspiration for stitchers!by Listening in Arizona from United States
Thank you so much for bringing these interviews to us. They are so inspiring and I’ve learned so much!
- Fun to listen in.by marci-too from United States
I just found this podcast and have enjoyed the few episodes I have heard so far. It is lovely to hear how different artists approach their work. Looking forward to hearing more.
- Nicky Merrickby Couture Jane from United Kingdom
Another fascinating stitchery chat with Susan.
- Delightful Podcastsby zannierose from United Kingdom
I realy enjoy listening to these informative interviews with interesting and skillful textile artists.
- Recommended!by Erica in Alaska from United States
Wonderful podcast if you enjoy any sort of needlework. Fascinating interviews with stitchers of all kinds.
- British Textilesby Vendulka OliVen from United Kingdom
Friend of mine told me about this podcast and I'm so glad I found it! It's fun, it's informative and most of all it's about textiles of all kinds which I love and all the people are British, so there is actually possibility of bumping into any of them at some local or national events! Fabulous!! Keep it up Susan, it's great!!
- Fun interviews with textile artistsby EYGal from United Kingdom
The 3 interviews I have listened to so far have been fun and very interesting - a nice insight into the artists, their art and their textile art journey. Grab a cuppa and your embroidery and have a listen.