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Crafty Planner Podcast

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Crafty Planner Podcast

Crafty Planner Podcast

Sandi Sawa Hazlewood

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A podcast about crafting and the creative process.

Latest Episodes

Sarah Watson {Episode # 140}

Before we get to today's guest, I wanted to let you know that I will be taking a hiatus from the podcast after this episode. From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for your support. One hundred and forty episodes is a tremendous milestone and I am proud of the stories I have been able to share and hope it inspired you, the listener. Living in Brazil, Sarah Watson is an illustrator, fabric designer for Cloud 9 Fabrics, author, mother and wife. She has a degree in textiles from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is passionate about repeat patterning. Well known for her floral and natural illustrations, Sarah supports human and environmental stewardship through volunteer work and donations. As a mother of two young children, she talks about her career evolution, why organic fabrics are important to her and changes she has made since moving to Brazil and becoming a mother.I hope you enjoy the episode. For more information about this episode (including show notes), plea...

44 MIN2018 JUN 11
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Sarah Watson {Episode # 140}

Gillian Whitcombe {Episode #139}

Today's podcast guest is Gillian Whitcombe ofCrafting a Rainbowand theSewcialists. Living in Canada, Gillian is a teacher, sewist, wife and community builder. She learned to sew at an early age and started her blog, Crafting a Rainbow, in 2011. After serving as an editor for theCurvy Sewing Collective, Gillian revitalized the Sewcialists website with collaboration from other sewists. During our conversation, we talk about her love for community building and teaching, the development of the "who we are" series on the Sewcialists, her fun sewing dares and more. I hope you enjoy the episode. For more information about this episode (including show notes), please check out my website craftyplanner.com.

48 MIN2018 MAY 28
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Gillian Whitcombe {Episode #139}

Sara Trail and the Social Justice Sewing Academy {Episode #138}

Today's podcast episode is a bit different than those of the past. I became interested in the Social Justice Sewing Academyin April of last year while working on my "Make a Difference" series and highlighted their work in this post. Since then, I have watched their progress through social media and saw pieces of their work firsthand at Quilt Con. For this interview, I start with a segment from Colleen Haraden, who is their Operations Director. We recorded before Quilt Con and talked about her volunteer experiences along with how their Quilt Con pieces came together. The second segment is an interview with Sara Trail, the Executive Director. We talk about her work with the Social Justice Sewing Academy along with her creative journey, the lessons she hopes to bring out in her student, the impact of trauma, and her work today. This is a thought provoking episode and I hope you enjoy it.

64 MIN2018 MAY 14
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Sara Trail and the Social Justice Sewing Academy {Episode #138}

Latest Episodes

Sarah Watson {Episode # 140}

Before we get to today's guest, I wanted to let you know that I will be taking a hiatus from the podcast after this episode. From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for your support. One hundred and forty episodes is a tremendous milestone and I am proud of the stories I have been able to share and hope it inspired you, the listener. Living in Brazil, Sarah Watson is an illustrator, fabric designer for Cloud 9 Fabrics, author, mother and wife. She has a degree in textiles from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is passionate about repeat patterning. Well known for her floral and natural illustrations, Sarah supports human and environmental stewardship through volunteer work and donations. As a mother of two young children, she talks about her career evolution, why organic fabrics are important to her and changes she has made since moving to Brazil and becoming a mother.I hope you enjoy the episode. For more information about this episode (including show notes), plea...

44 MIN2018 JUN 11
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Sarah Watson {Episode # 140}

Gillian Whitcombe {Episode #139}

Today's podcast guest is Gillian Whitcombe ofCrafting a Rainbowand theSewcialists. Living in Canada, Gillian is a teacher, sewist, wife and community builder. She learned to sew at an early age and started her blog, Crafting a Rainbow, in 2011. After serving as an editor for theCurvy Sewing Collective, Gillian revitalized the Sewcialists website with collaboration from other sewists. During our conversation, we talk about her love for community building and teaching, the development of the "who we are" series on the Sewcialists, her fun sewing dares and more. I hope you enjoy the episode. For more information about this episode (including show notes), please check out my website craftyplanner.com.

48 MIN2018 MAY 28
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Gillian Whitcombe {Episode #139}

Sara Trail and the Social Justice Sewing Academy {Episode #138}

Today's podcast episode is a bit different than those of the past. I became interested in the Social Justice Sewing Academyin April of last year while working on my "Make a Difference" series and highlighted their work in this post. Since then, I have watched their progress through social media and saw pieces of their work firsthand at Quilt Con. For this interview, I start with a segment from Colleen Haraden, who is their Operations Director. We recorded before Quilt Con and talked about her volunteer experiences along with how their Quilt Con pieces came together. The second segment is an interview with Sara Trail, the Executive Director. We talk about her work with the Social Justice Sewing Academy along with her creative journey, the lessons she hopes to bring out in her student, the impact of trauma, and her work today. This is a thought provoking episode and I hope you enjoy it.

64 MIN2018 MAY 14
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Sara Trail and the Social Justice Sewing Academy {Episode #138}
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