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Sarah Resnick at GIST: Yarn & Fiber

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The weave podcast, a project of GIST: Yarn & Fiber, brings together a community of fiber artists and people who love weaving, farmers and mill owners, textile artists and loom manufacturers, to tell the stories of the threads that bind us together.

Latest Episodes

91: Ochre Earth Pigments with Heidi Gustafson of Early Futures

This week on the podcast I'm speaking with Heidi of Early Futures. Heidi is an archivist and practitioner of earth pigments that she extracts from landscapes, mostly in the Western United States. Her pigments can be used for an array of making mediums, such as an art practice or medicinal properties. I am especially excited to have her on the podcast because she offers a unique perspective in the realm of nature making and spirituality. I’m incredibly excited to learn about the historical significance and science behind her work. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-91

37 MIN1 d ago
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91: Ochre Earth Pigments with Heidi Gustafson of Early Futures

90: Exploring From Farm to Fabric with Nica Rabinowitz of Fiberhouse Collective

This week on the podcast I'm speaking with Nica Rabinowitz of Fiberhouse Collective. A collective that partners with farmers, artists, designers, fiber folks, and scientists to explore from farm to fabric and then back to farm. They have a number of interesting research projects such as dyeing fibers with mushrooms and extracting pigment from plants and food waste as well as de-composting textile waste. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-90

27 MIN1 w ago
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90: Exploring From Farm to Fabric with Nica Rabinowitz of Fiberhouse Collective

89: Weaving And Foraging For Natural Dye in Detroit with Kayla Powers

This week on the podcast I am speaking with Kayla Powers of Salt Textile Studios. Kayla crafts one-of-a-kind, handwoven textiles for home and lifestyle with the belief that goods can be both beautiful and ethical. Her textiles are woven with local fiber, dyed with natural materials and are made to last. Kayla works on the East side of Detroit, Michigan and draws inspiration from the people and the history of the city. In our conversation, we talk about what it’s like to use an urban landscape to forage for dyes and how she is navigating the changing landscape of the city as an artist. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-89

25 MIN2 w ago
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89: Weaving And Foraging For Natural Dye in Detroit with Kayla Powers

88: Reconnecting with Weaving Through Identity with Mariela Motilla

This week on the podcast I am speaking with Mariela Motilla, a Mexican born artist who studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she found herself circling back to her ancestral roots of textile making in Oaxaca Mexico where she now lives and works. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-88

29 MIN3 w ago
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88: Reconnecting with Weaving Through Identity with Mariela Motilla

87: Indigenous Fiber and Craft Making in Cusco Peru with Aula Artesana

This week on the podcast I am speaking with Sonya and Steph of Aula Artesana, a retail and learning space located in the heart of Cusco, Peru. Sonya and Steph collaborate with Indigenous artisans, communities, organizations, and businesses in the highlands and jungles of Peru in order to build a unique, curated collection of handmade products. They offer group and custom hands-on workshops with master artisans in hopes to facilitate opportunities for people of different backgrounds to come together to exchange experiences and learn about alternative perspectives through art and travel. They currently have an active Kick Starter Campaign to support their project ending on November 17th so I encourage those interested to support! Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-87

30 MINNOV 11
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87: Indigenous Fiber and Craft Making in Cusco Peru with Aula Artesana

86: Handspun Homegrown Naturally Colored Cotton with Yuka Bullard

This week on the podcast I am speaking with Yuka Bullard of Seed&Hand. Yuka is a Japan born cotton grower, spinner & weaver of naturally colored brown and green cotton currently living in the Southern United States. Yuka’s gardening practice started over 10 years ago and I am excited to share our conversation about her fiber journey and how her cultural heritage has influenced her weaving and fiber practice. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-86

40 MINNOV 4
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86: Handspun Homegrown Naturally Colored Cotton with Yuka Bullard

85: Community Based Rigid Heddle Weaving with Amy McKnight

This week on the podcast Sarah is talking to Amy McKnight. Amy is a North Carolina based fiber artist and weaver, and she and I first talked for episode 55 of the podcast. When Sarah found out about Amy’s most recent project traveling around her county to teach weaving and create a public community art project about the threads that bind her community together, She knew she wanted to have her on the podcast again to talk about this process. Show Notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-85

43 MINOCT 28
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85: Community Based Rigid Heddle Weaving with Amy McKnight

84: Creating The Fiber Circle Studio with Alisha Reyes

This week on the podcast I am talking to Alisha Reyes who started out in fibers as a knitter but became curious about other fiber arts and learned fiber processing and spinning on a farm. Alisha who is a proud mom of two is also the founder of the Fiber Circle Studio, a fiber studio located in the beautiful wine country of Northern California. So stay tuned to listen to how she started her business at 26 and some of the lessons she’s learned along the way! Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-84

32 MINOCT 21
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84: Creating The Fiber Circle Studio with Alisha Reyes

83: Weaving the Sea with GIST Yarn Ambassador Katte Geneta

This week on the podcast Sarah is talking to Katte Geneta. Katte is an artist and weaver who lives and works in New York City. As a Filipino-American, an islander, the sea is an important part of her identity, and the ocean, islands, and land are common threads repeated throughout her work. Katte is also a GIST Yarn Ambassador, which means she regularly works with our yarn and designs beautiful projects to share with our community on our weekly blog. Shownotes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-83

26 MINOCT 14
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83: Weaving the Sea with GIST Yarn Ambassador Katte Geneta

Episode 82: Conscious Cultural Exploration in Oaxaca with Vera of Cosa Buena

This week on the podcast I am talking to Vera of Cosa Buena a carefully curated, intimate retreat exploring the vibrant culture and traditions of Oaxaca. They offer hands-on ancestral craft workshops as well as the opportunity for attendees to nourish their body, mind, and, spirit in connection with Zapotec and Mixtec communities and lands. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-82

33 MINOCT 7
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Episode 82: Conscious Cultural Exploration in Oaxaca with Vera of Cosa Buena

Latest Episodes

91: Ochre Earth Pigments with Heidi Gustafson of Early Futures

This week on the podcast I'm speaking with Heidi of Early Futures. Heidi is an archivist and practitioner of earth pigments that she extracts from landscapes, mostly in the Western United States. Her pigments can be used for an array of making mediums, such as an art practice or medicinal properties. I am especially excited to have her on the podcast because she offers a unique perspective in the realm of nature making and spirituality. I’m incredibly excited to learn about the historical significance and science behind her work. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-91

37 MIN1 d ago
Comments
91: Ochre Earth Pigments with Heidi Gustafson of Early Futures

90: Exploring From Farm to Fabric with Nica Rabinowitz of Fiberhouse Collective

This week on the podcast I'm speaking with Nica Rabinowitz of Fiberhouse Collective. A collective that partners with farmers, artists, designers, fiber folks, and scientists to explore from farm to fabric and then back to farm. They have a number of interesting research projects such as dyeing fibers with mushrooms and extracting pigment from plants and food waste as well as de-composting textile waste. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-90

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
90: Exploring From Farm to Fabric with Nica Rabinowitz of Fiberhouse Collective

89: Weaving And Foraging For Natural Dye in Detroit with Kayla Powers

This week on the podcast I am speaking with Kayla Powers of Salt Textile Studios. Kayla crafts one-of-a-kind, handwoven textiles for home and lifestyle with the belief that goods can be both beautiful and ethical. Her textiles are woven with local fiber, dyed with natural materials and are made to last. Kayla works on the East side of Detroit, Michigan and draws inspiration from the people and the history of the city. In our conversation, we talk about what it’s like to use an urban landscape to forage for dyes and how she is navigating the changing landscape of the city as an artist. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-89

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
89: Weaving And Foraging For Natural Dye in Detroit with Kayla Powers

88: Reconnecting with Weaving Through Identity with Mariela Motilla

This week on the podcast I am speaking with Mariela Motilla, a Mexican born artist who studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she found herself circling back to her ancestral roots of textile making in Oaxaca Mexico where she now lives and works. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-88

29 MIN3 w ago
Comments
88: Reconnecting with Weaving Through Identity with Mariela Motilla

87: Indigenous Fiber and Craft Making in Cusco Peru with Aula Artesana

This week on the podcast I am speaking with Sonya and Steph of Aula Artesana, a retail and learning space located in the heart of Cusco, Peru. Sonya and Steph collaborate with Indigenous artisans, communities, organizations, and businesses in the highlands and jungles of Peru in order to build a unique, curated collection of handmade products. They offer group and custom hands-on workshops with master artisans in hopes to facilitate opportunities for people of different backgrounds to come together to exchange experiences and learn about alternative perspectives through art and travel. They currently have an active Kick Starter Campaign to support their project ending on November 17th so I encourage those interested to support! Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-87

30 MINNOV 11
Comments
87: Indigenous Fiber and Craft Making in Cusco Peru with Aula Artesana

86: Handspun Homegrown Naturally Colored Cotton with Yuka Bullard

This week on the podcast I am speaking with Yuka Bullard of Seed&Hand. Yuka is a Japan born cotton grower, spinner & weaver of naturally colored brown and green cotton currently living in the Southern United States. Yuka’s gardening practice started over 10 years ago and I am excited to share our conversation about her fiber journey and how her cultural heritage has influenced her weaving and fiber practice. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-86

40 MINNOV 4
Comments
86: Handspun Homegrown Naturally Colored Cotton with Yuka Bullard

85: Community Based Rigid Heddle Weaving with Amy McKnight

This week on the podcast Sarah is talking to Amy McKnight. Amy is a North Carolina based fiber artist and weaver, and she and I first talked for episode 55 of the podcast. When Sarah found out about Amy’s most recent project traveling around her county to teach weaving and create a public community art project about the threads that bind her community together, She knew she wanted to have her on the podcast again to talk about this process. Show Notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-85

43 MINOCT 28
Comments
85: Community Based Rigid Heddle Weaving with Amy McKnight

84: Creating The Fiber Circle Studio with Alisha Reyes

This week on the podcast I am talking to Alisha Reyes who started out in fibers as a knitter but became curious about other fiber arts and learned fiber processing and spinning on a farm. Alisha who is a proud mom of two is also the founder of the Fiber Circle Studio, a fiber studio located in the beautiful wine country of Northern California. So stay tuned to listen to how she started her business at 26 and some of the lessons she’s learned along the way! Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-84

32 MINOCT 21
Comments
84: Creating The Fiber Circle Studio with Alisha Reyes

83: Weaving the Sea with GIST Yarn Ambassador Katte Geneta

This week on the podcast Sarah is talking to Katte Geneta. Katte is an artist and weaver who lives and works in New York City. As a Filipino-American, an islander, the sea is an important part of her identity, and the ocean, islands, and land are common threads repeated throughout her work. Katte is also a GIST Yarn Ambassador, which means she regularly works with our yarn and designs beautiful projects to share with our community on our weekly blog. Shownotes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-83

26 MINOCT 14
Comments
83: Weaving the Sea with GIST Yarn Ambassador Katte Geneta

Episode 82: Conscious Cultural Exploration in Oaxaca with Vera of Cosa Buena

This week on the podcast I am talking to Vera of Cosa Buena a carefully curated, intimate retreat exploring the vibrant culture and traditions of Oaxaca. They offer hands-on ancestral craft workshops as well as the opportunity for attendees to nourish their body, mind, and, spirit in connection with Zapotec and Mixtec communities and lands. Show notes: www.gistyarn.com/episode-82

33 MINOCT 7
Comments
Episode 82: Conscious Cultural Exploration in Oaxaca with Vera of Cosa Buena

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