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Caroline Somos & Helen Wilkinson : Sewing Enthusiasts and Entrepreneurs
Love to Sew Podcast
Helen Wilkinson and Caroline Somos host Love to Sew, a fun weekly podcast about making clothes, sewing community, and small business. They talk about their passion for sewing a handmade wardrobe and their daily lives as creative entrepreneurs. Listen to interviews with indie business owners and inspiring sewists who totally understand your obsession with sewing.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 1,743 ratings
Love it -- learning so much!
Getting back into sewing and can't emphasize enough how helpful this podcast has been as a crash course. So glad I found it!Read full review »
ChickadeesandHummies via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/30/22
Encouraging and thoughtful
I started listened a couple months into 2020, and the informative, friendly and fun episodes helped me keep going through the initial failures and trials. In recent years they have been covering more topics around cultural appropriation, POC and indigenous sewing and art practices, and size...Read full review »
Marfedora via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/24/22
Miss you!
When you’re off season!
rosemary via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 07/09/22
Recent Episodes
Get ready for the lovey-dovey-est episode ever! We share your touching, funny, creative love letters to sewing teachers, sewing tools, sewing machines, fabric, friends, family, and sewing itself. Show Notes
Published 05/31/22
Published 05/31/22
Tabitha Sewer is a sewing content creator, button designer, and business expert. We chat with her about sewing with unusual fabrics, creating designer looks for less, thrift flipping, and her amazing buttons! She also takes us behind the scenes of creating content for some of the biggest brands...
Published 05/24/22
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