By Colette Media
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Sewing your own clothing can change your perspective in surprising ways. Seamwork Radio brings you personal stories about all the ways designing, making, and wearing your own clothing can alter your life. We talk to artists, designers, and everyday creators about how the act of sewing has helped them slow down, get to know their bodies, discover their own identity, and take part in the growing movement to revive the art of sewing.
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I love listening to sewing podcast and really enjoyed this different take on it. It is great to hear how sewing has affected Jenny on a personal level. Cant wait for the next one :)
Funny, warm, inspiring and encouraging - the Seamwork experience in audio form!
As fully expected, the first podcast from Seamwork Radio is a joy. Like listening in on a conversation with sewing-geek friends, hearing Jenny Rushmore talk about sewing and body image is an intimate, personal, and ultimately uplifting experience. Sarai’s narration is warm, pertinent and unobtrusive, weaving the different threads of conversation together and grounding the discussion in the issues Colette and Seamwork have always touched on - particularly women helping and inspiring other women to find self-love and creative satisfaction through sewing. I will look forward to each new episode!
Truly inspiring, I was laughing all the way through!