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Weavecast

Syne Mitchell

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Weavecast
Weavecast

Weavecast

Syne Mitchell

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Followers
29
Plays
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a podcast for weavers

Latest Episodes

Sell your weaving – Sarah Pilgrim

The bright and shiny new year is often a time for making resolutions. Is one of yours to finally get serious about selling your weaving? If so, I’ve got a treat for you. Sarah Pilgrim, a talented and successful Montana weaver is our guest this episode and one of the main topics of our conversion is how to sell handwoven items, online and elsewhere. After the interview I’ll come back with this episode’s audio essay: Fear of Finishing! * Sarah Pilgrim’s website * Art & Fear: Observations On the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking Musical Guest Josephine with “Unfinished Life”

46 MIN2011 JAN 23
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Sell your weaving – Sarah Pilgrim

Spinning art yarns – Jacey Boggs

We’ve got two great interviews for you this episode: Jacey Boggs, the leader of the new art-yarn movement talks about creating wild and yet structurally sound yarns, and then John Acord of Flatwater Electronics describes his new hardware interface that breathes new life into electronically obsolete computer dobby looms. * Insubordiknit * Flatwater Electronics

44 MIN2010 DEC 22
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Spinning art yarns – Jacey Boggs

Bead weaving – Claudia Chase

This episode our guest is Claudia Chase, the founder and owner of Mirrix Looms. We talk about tapestry and bead weaving, and her journey with Mirrix. We also discuss politics, what it’s like to hear color, and other fascinating topics. After the interview, Claudia features in a special holiday-themed outtake. * Mirrix Looms * Craft a Guild * Madrona Fiber Arts Winter Retreat * Weaving for Beginners * Ask a Question Musical Guests * “Thanksgiving” bySteve Stellavato * “I Heart Thanksgiving” byRobert Lund

48 MIN2010 NOV 20
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Bead weaving – Claudia Chase

Polyester – Holly Brackmann

Polyester is cool, find out why. We chat with Holly Brackmann, weaver and surface designer, about devoré and transfer printing with disperse dyes on man-made fibers. * Holly Brackmann’s website * The Surface Designer’s Handbookby Holly Brackmann * My New Favorite Yarn: Polyester?blog post * Art & Fear: Observations On the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmakingby David Bayles & Ted Orland Musical Guest John Gilliat, “Nylon Heat”

51 MIN2010 OCT 17
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Polyester – Holly Brackmann

Painted warp imagery – Kathie Roig

Nancy Smith Kilkenny interviews Kathie Roig, a weaver specializing in painted warp imagery and draw loom weaving. I talk about the summer hiatus and when a weaver should use “the good stuff.” WeaveCast summer challenge. * Kathie Roig’s website * Nancy Smith Kilkenny’s blog post aboutKathie Roig’s workshop Interview and audio editing Nancy Smith Kilkenny

36 MIN2010 MAY 28
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Painted warp imagery – Kathie Roig

OSLoom – Margarita Benitez

This episode we talk with Margarita Benitez about OSLoom, an open-source jacquard loom initiative. She’s looking to make jacquard weaving affordable by creating open-source plans that you can use to build your own loom! * OSLoom website * Kickstarter for OS Loom * Daryl Lancaster * Andean Pebble Weave by Laverne Waddington

20 MIN2010 APR 29
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OSLoom – Margarita Benitez

Tapestry – James Koehler

This week we chat with James Koehler, a tapestry artist who does amazing things with depth and color. We talk about his work, spirituality and inspiration, and his upcoming gallery show that will be launched at Convergence. * James Koehler’s website * Syne on Facebook

37 MIN2010 MAR 3
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Tapestry – James Koehler

Ply-split braiding – Linda Hendrickson

This episode we chat with talented artist and teacher, Linda Hendrickson about tablet weaving and ply-split braiding, two off-loom ways to interlace threads in interesting patterns. And with ply-split braiding you can even create three-dimensional vessels. * 40th Birthday Party Details * Linda Hendrickson’s Website * Royalwood Basketry(source of Danish Cord) * Errol Pires * The Techniques of Ply-split Braidingby Peter Collingwood * YouTube trailer of Garlic Basket Video Audio Editing Jessica Madsen

43 MIN2010 JAN 24
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Ply-split braiding – Linda Hendrickson

Kumihimo and Peruvian braids – Rodrick Owen

This episode we chat with Rodrick Owen about kumihimo and Peruvian braids. If you’re not familiar with kumihimo, it’s a Japanese style of braiding that creates beautiful and strong braids. The most common form of kumihimo is woven on a marudai, essentially a small round table with a hole in the center. * Rodrick Owen’s website * Braids: 250 Patterns From Japan, Peru & Beyondby Rodrick Owen * Kumihimo: Japanese Braiding, video featuring Rodrick Owen * Sling Braiding of the Andesby Adele Cahlander * Finger Weaving: Indian Braidingby Alta Turner Audio editing Ruth Temple

31 MIN2009 DEC 28
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Kumihimo and Peruvian braids – Rodrick Owen

Ecclesiastical weaving – Mary Louise Van Dyke

This episode Nancy Smith Kilkenny brings us a wonderful story of Mary Louise Van Dyke, and the paraments she wove for the Christ Episcopal Church in Oberlin, OH. We also hear from Alision Ricker, the sacristan charged with conserving and preserving those paraments. * Christ Episcopal Church in Oberlin, Ohio * Theo Moorman technique * Flickr pictures of the paraments(Nancy Smith Kilkenny’s photostream) Musical Guests * “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” byKarmyn Tyler * “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” byTwo Harps Interview and AudioEditing Nancy Smith Kilkenny

26 MIN2009 DEC 20
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Ecclesiastical weaving – Mary Louise Van Dyke

Latest Episodes

Sell your weaving – Sarah Pilgrim

The bright and shiny new year is often a time for making resolutions. Is one of yours to finally get serious about selling your weaving? If so, I’ve got a treat for you. Sarah Pilgrim, a talented and successful Montana weaver is our guest this episode and one of the main topics of our conversion is how to sell handwoven items, online and elsewhere. After the interview I’ll come back with this episode’s audio essay: Fear of Finishing! * Sarah Pilgrim’s website * Art & Fear: Observations On the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking Musical Guest Josephine with “Unfinished Life”

46 MIN2011 JAN 23
Comments
Sell your weaving – Sarah Pilgrim

Spinning art yarns – Jacey Boggs

We’ve got two great interviews for you this episode: Jacey Boggs, the leader of the new art-yarn movement talks about creating wild and yet structurally sound yarns, and then John Acord of Flatwater Electronics describes his new hardware interface that breathes new life into electronically obsolete computer dobby looms. * Insubordiknit * Flatwater Electronics

44 MIN2010 DEC 22
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Spinning art yarns – Jacey Boggs

Bead weaving – Claudia Chase

This episode our guest is Claudia Chase, the founder and owner of Mirrix Looms. We talk about tapestry and bead weaving, and her journey with Mirrix. We also discuss politics, what it’s like to hear color, and other fascinating topics. After the interview, Claudia features in a special holiday-themed outtake. * Mirrix Looms * Craft a Guild * Madrona Fiber Arts Winter Retreat * Weaving for Beginners * Ask a Question Musical Guests * “Thanksgiving” bySteve Stellavato * “I Heart Thanksgiving” byRobert Lund

48 MIN2010 NOV 20
Comments
Bead weaving – Claudia Chase

Polyester – Holly Brackmann

Polyester is cool, find out why. We chat with Holly Brackmann, weaver and surface designer, about devoré and transfer printing with disperse dyes on man-made fibers. * Holly Brackmann’s website * The Surface Designer’s Handbookby Holly Brackmann * My New Favorite Yarn: Polyester?blog post * Art & Fear: Observations On the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmakingby David Bayles & Ted Orland Musical Guest John Gilliat, “Nylon Heat”

51 MIN2010 OCT 17
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Polyester – Holly Brackmann

Painted warp imagery – Kathie Roig

Nancy Smith Kilkenny interviews Kathie Roig, a weaver specializing in painted warp imagery and draw loom weaving. I talk about the summer hiatus and when a weaver should use “the good stuff.” WeaveCast summer challenge. * Kathie Roig’s website * Nancy Smith Kilkenny’s blog post aboutKathie Roig’s workshop Interview and audio editing Nancy Smith Kilkenny

36 MIN2010 MAY 28
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Painted warp imagery – Kathie Roig

OSLoom – Margarita Benitez

This episode we talk with Margarita Benitez about OSLoom, an open-source jacquard loom initiative. She’s looking to make jacquard weaving affordable by creating open-source plans that you can use to build your own loom! * OSLoom website * Kickstarter for OS Loom * Daryl Lancaster * Andean Pebble Weave by Laverne Waddington

20 MIN2010 APR 29
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OSLoom – Margarita Benitez

Tapestry – James Koehler

This week we chat with James Koehler, a tapestry artist who does amazing things with depth and color. We talk about his work, spirituality and inspiration, and his upcoming gallery show that will be launched at Convergence. * James Koehler’s website * Syne on Facebook

37 MIN2010 MAR 3
Comments
Tapestry – James Koehler

Ply-split braiding – Linda Hendrickson

This episode we chat with talented artist and teacher, Linda Hendrickson about tablet weaving and ply-split braiding, two off-loom ways to interlace threads in interesting patterns. And with ply-split braiding you can even create three-dimensional vessels. * 40th Birthday Party Details * Linda Hendrickson’s Website * Royalwood Basketry(source of Danish Cord) * Errol Pires * The Techniques of Ply-split Braidingby Peter Collingwood * YouTube trailer of Garlic Basket Video Audio Editing Jessica Madsen

43 MIN2010 JAN 24
Comments
Ply-split braiding – Linda Hendrickson

Kumihimo and Peruvian braids – Rodrick Owen

This episode we chat with Rodrick Owen about kumihimo and Peruvian braids. If you’re not familiar with kumihimo, it’s a Japanese style of braiding that creates beautiful and strong braids. The most common form of kumihimo is woven on a marudai, essentially a small round table with a hole in the center. * Rodrick Owen’s website * Braids: 250 Patterns From Japan, Peru & Beyondby Rodrick Owen * Kumihimo: Japanese Braiding, video featuring Rodrick Owen * Sling Braiding of the Andesby Adele Cahlander * Finger Weaving: Indian Braidingby Alta Turner Audio editing Ruth Temple

31 MIN2009 DEC 28
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Kumihimo and Peruvian braids – Rodrick Owen

Ecclesiastical weaving – Mary Louise Van Dyke

This episode Nancy Smith Kilkenny brings us a wonderful story of Mary Louise Van Dyke, and the paraments she wove for the Christ Episcopal Church in Oberlin, OH. We also hear from Alision Ricker, the sacristan charged with conserving and preserving those paraments. * Christ Episcopal Church in Oberlin, Ohio * Theo Moorman technique * Flickr pictures of the paraments(Nancy Smith Kilkenny’s photostream) Musical Guests * “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” byKarmyn Tyler * “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” byTwo Harps Interview and AudioEditing Nancy Smith Kilkenny

26 MIN2009 DEC 20
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Ecclesiastical weaving – Mary Louise Van Dyke
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