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Sew What?

Isabella Rosner

A podcast all about historic needlework and the gals who stitched it, hosted by your local historic needlework expert, Isabella Rosner.

Recent Episodes

Conserving Historic Needlework: An Interview with Gretchen Guidess and Jackie Peterson-GraceJune 17, 2021 Episode artwork Embroidering Portraits: An Interview with Cayce ZavagliaJune 10, 2021 Episode artwork The Needlework of Historic Boyz II MenJune 03, 2021 Episode artwork Paper Pieced Quilts and Crafting During COVID: An Interview with Naomi ClarkeMay 27, 2021 Episode artwork Alternative Embroideries: Tambour Work and Punch NeedleMay 20, 2021 Episode artwork Australian Schoolgirl Needlework: An Interview with Cat GayMay 13, 2021 Episode artwork Stitching Among Friends: Early Quaker NeedleworkMay 06, 2021 Episode artwork Jewish Fashion Making and Stitching in 20th-Century London: An Interview with Dr Bethan Bide and Dr Lucie WhitmoreApril 29, 2021 Episode artwork Quilting and Exhibiting Black Life: An Interview with Bisa Butler and Dr Erica WarrenApril 22, 2021 Episode artwork Curating Needlework: An Interview with Amelia Peck and Melinda WattApril 15, 2021 Episode artwork The Embroideries and Lace of the Wiener WerkstätteApril 08, 2021 Episode artwork Early Medieval Embroidery: An Interview with Dr Alexandra MakinApril 01, 2021 Episode artwork Travelling and Unravelling Indian Embroidery TechniquesMarch 25, 2021 Episode artwork May Morris and Arts and Crafts Embroidery: An Interview with Thomas CooperMarch 18, 2021 Episode artwork Embroidering Adversity in Charity and Orphan School NeedleworkMarch 11, 2021 Episode artwork Navajo Weaving: An Interview with Dr Kathy M'CloskeyMarch 04, 2021 Episode artwork The Long, Looping History of NalbindingFebruary 25, 2021 Episode artwork Making Historic Needlework Now: An Interview With Ruth SingerFebruary 18, 2021 Episode artwork Gee's Bend Quilts and Quilters: An Interview with Caster Pettway and Mary Margaret PettwayFebruary 11, 2021 Episode artwork Sew What? Season 2: The Tiny Needleworked Treasures of 17th-Century SchoolgirlsFebruary 04, 2021 Episode artwork A Holiday Treat! The History of Fair Isle KnitwearDecember 18, 2020 Episode artwork Marking Time: A Conversation with Dr Edward TownOctober 29, 2020 Episode artwork The Hauntedness of Victorian Hairwork: An Interview with Avery CurranOctober 22, 2020 Episode artwork "Pick up your knitting whenever you’re sitting": Knitting for Victory in WWI and WWIIOctober 15, 2020 Episode artwork Queering Needlework: An Interview with Daniel FountainOctober 08, 2020 Episode artwork