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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

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 The Art of Craft: Needlework in the Art and Craft DebateOctober 01, 2020 Episode artwork School Subjects Through Stitch: History, Math, and Geography SamplersSeptember 24, 2020 Episode artwork A Collage of Ideas: An Interview with Dr Freya Gowrley September 17, 2020 Episode artwork To Bead or Not to Bead: Historic Beadwork of England and the AmericasSeptember 10, 2020 Episode artwork Fashion in 18th-Century Colonial Spanish America: An Interview with Laura Beltrán-RubioSeptember 03, 2020 Episode artwork Stitching While Imprisoned, Part 2August 27, 2020 Episode artwork Stitching While Imprisoned, Part 1August 20, 2020 Episode artwork Making and Consuming in the 18th Century: An Interview with Dr Serena DyerAugust 13, 2020 Episode artwork Needlecraft and Wellbeing: An Interview with Dr Alison MayneAugust 06, 2020 Episode artwork Opening the Doors to 17th-Century Embroidered Cabinets and CasketsJuly 30, 2020 Episode artwork