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CRAFTCAST

By Alison Lee

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Description

On Craftcast.com, host Alison Lee takes you through the world of Crafting, from interviews, product reviews, and do it yourself tutorials. Craftcast.com is the only podcast where you can listen, learn, and create!

Customer Reviews

Wonderful!

I almost didn't subscribe because of the interviews with the pros. I'm so glad I changed my mind! I have listened to 29 episodes in three settings and have heard at least one comment (suggestion, tip, or otherwise) in each episode that has been a keeper. I'll be listening to many a second and third time, I'm sure. This is one podcast I will keep in my library - much like tearing an article from a magazine or bookmarking a web-site. Alison's web-site is excellent as well. If you love creating - regardless of what you create - you'll find plenty in these podcasts to inspire you.

Get to the heart of the matter more quickly, please

After reading the other comments posted here, I may reconsider my initial reaction to delete all the Craftcast sessions I downloaded. Tried to listen to two of them this morning but was quite turned off by the amount of time wasted (in my opinion) at the beginning with personal chatter. I am a pretty patient person, by nature, but actually stopped both of the podcasts (gave it a second chance) and listened to someone else's show. I don't know about other listeners, but I would prefer the host get more directly to the topic, allow us to enjoy the interviews she has prepared, and save random personal tidbits for the end.

volume

i listen to many podcasts on my ipad while traveling in the car or with the sewing machine going. i can hear all the rest of the podcasts well but yours is so low with the volume all the way up i can't hear. i enjoyed the podcasts when i can hear it - can you turn up the broadcast?