Professional Weaver Podcast
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51 : John Paul Morabito
50 : Erin Riley on becoming a weaver, establishing her artistic voice, how she fits into the weaving community and more!
49 : Tommye Scanlin on how she came to be a weaving teacher, what inspires her tapestries, and the process of writing her books.
48 : Tien Chiu on her about her growth into weaving, enriching the weaving community, how mathematics and technology influence her work.
47 : Sean Dougall & Andrew Paulson on growing and developing their design practice, the challenges of weaving with metal, what inspires them to keep exploring, and more.
46 : Jenny Shulkin on how OoLaLoom came about, how social media is used to drive her business, and a little bit on the inner workings of baby wrap weaving.
45 : Margaret Fischer (Part 2) on how her business evolved, production weaving, and about making a career to support what you want out of life.
44 : Margaret Fischer on how her business evolved, production weaving, and about making a career to support what you want out of life.
S2E13 : Daryl Lancaster (Part 2) on her beginnings as a weaver, how her career evolved over time, adapting her work to the digital market, and more
S2E12 : Daryl Lancaster (Part 1) on her beginnings as a weaver, how her career evolved over time, adapting her work to the digital market, and more
S2E11 : Janet Phillips on becoming a weaver, teaching woven design, the importance of sampling to understand structure, and more
40 : Rachel Snack on finding weaving, starting Weaver House, her new podcast, and more!
39 : Our Origin Story & Questions Answered! As told at the HGA's Careers in Textiles Symposium
38 : Crystal Gregory on the different ways of learning and teaching weavings, how much there is still left to learn, and creating artwork using woven fabric
37 : Peggy Osterkamp on Finding Weaving, the Joy of Play & Sampling, Making Woven Art, Teaching, & more
36 : Anne Low on weaving on frame looms, studying and learning old techniques, and dividing time between art and utilitarian weaving.
35 : Lucy MacDonald on her weaving education, starting her own studio, what goes into her complex designs, and more!
34 : Comfortcloth in 2020
33 : Bridgette Extraordinaire on learning to weave via apprenticeship, using 2020 time to design a new line, and more!
32 : Margot Becker on weaving as an artist and craftsperson, creating with a transparent supply chain, and pricing