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Love to Sew Podcast
Episode 197: Fitting Expert Advice with Alexandra Morgan

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 76:37


Alexandra Morgan is a fitting expert - and today, she brings her expertise to our listeners! Alexandra shares a bit about her experience in the fashion industry and in the home sewing world, walks us through the steps of her fitting process, and helps six listeners with their fitting issues. The fitting photos are in our show notes, so visit lovetosewpodcast.com to follow along! Show Notes

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed
Tech Bytes: How Pluribus Automates Data Center Fabrics With SDN And BGP EVPN (Sponsored)

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 18:43


Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we're talking about data center fabrics and BGP EVPN with sponsor Pluribus Networks. A BGP EVPN deployment can be a heavy lift, but Pluribus is here to talk about how it can simplify and automate this process. The post Tech Bytes: How Pluribus Automates Data Center Fabrics With SDN And BGP EVPN (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe
Tech Bytes: How Pluribus Automates Data Center Fabrics With SDN And BGP EVPN (Sponsored)

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 18:43


Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we're talking about data center fabrics and BGP EVPN with sponsor Pluribus Networks. A BGP EVPN deployment can be a heavy lift, but Pluribus is here to talk about how it can simplify and automate this process. The post Tech Bytes: How Pluribus Automates Data Center Fabrics With SDN And BGP EVPN (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Briefings In Brief
Tech Bytes: How Pluribus Automates Data Center Fabrics With SDN And BGP EVPN (Sponsored)

Packet Pushers - Briefings In Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 18:43


Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we're talking about data center fabrics and BGP EVPN with sponsor Pluribus Networks. A BGP EVPN deployment can be a heavy lift, but Pluribus is here to talk about how it can simplify and automate this process. The post Tech Bytes: How Pluribus Automates Data Center Fabrics With SDN And BGP EVPN (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.

The New Warehouse Podcast
EP 232: Peter C. Lewis and What's Next

The New Warehouse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 36:23


In this episode host Kevin Lawton talks to Peter C. Lewis of Wharton Equity Partners about their major pivot to industrial real estate investing and their recent investment in Fabric a micro-fulfillment company. They also get into what Peter believes is the future of the industry. 

Woman's Hour
Fabric a hidden history of material. Sweden's first female PM. Domestic violence and femicide in Turkey.

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 57:59


Do you ever pause to think about where the cotton t-shirt, woollen jumper or silk blouse you're wearing have come from? Victoria Finlay's new book Fabric weaves history, anthropology and myth to tell us the stories of different kinds of cloth, how they are made, why we wear them and the industries that have sprung up around them. As the Court of Appeal clears the names of seven former Post Office clerks who were convicted of false accounting, Pauline Stonehouse tells us about how she's finally been able to put the false allegations behind her and the impact they've had on her life. Within hours of Magdalena Andersson, a former finance minister becoming Sweden's first female Prime Minister, she's resigned and the government has fallen. What's behind her decision to stepdown? Why's it taken Sweden so long to catch up with their Nordic neighbours and have a woman at the top? We hear from the BBC's reporter in Sweden, Maddy Savage and Drude Dahlerup - professor emerita of politics at Stockholm University. Plus as we mark White Ribbon day – a day when many people across the world come together to say no to violence against women, we look at the situation in Turkey where more than one in three women have experienced domestic violence and the number of femicides is rising. A new film Dying to Divorce, filmed over five years, tells the story of two survivors who works for the platform We Will Stop Femicide to get justice for others, and is the UK's official entry for Best International Feature film at the Oscars. Emma talk to its director Chloe Fairweather and the Turkish lawyer Ipek Bozkurt. Presenter Emma Barnett Producer Beverley Purcell Photographer Katia Marsh

Sew & So...
Ricky Tims - As You Quilt, Life Unfolds

Sew & So...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:22


Ricky began designing and making quilts in 1991 and has been named one of the 30 most distinguished quilters in the world. He was selected by the readers of Quilters Newsletter Magazine as the most influential person in the quilting industry and was profiled on CBS Sunday Morning. Ricky is passionate about sharing his creative experience and enthusiasm and encourages individuals to cultivate self-expression, to reach for the unreachable, and to believe in the impossible.  His discovery story is rich in details. As he takes us on his journey, he shares that he was smitten with the process of quilting from the moment he made his first quilt in the privacy of his home. He says, “I wasn't aware of the “quilt police” when I made my first quilt…and while it was pretty pathetic in many ways, I wouldn't be where I am without that first quilt, so I'm not ashamed of it, and I usually display it when I'm doing my seminars.” When new quilters come across his path, Ricky tells them that he doesn't want them to be perfect and that they should simply enjoy the process, knowing that through the process they're going to get better. Ricky believes that making a quilt is a journey and while you're making the quilt, life unfolds, and as it does, those events, those moments, go into the quilt. Whether it's a struggle or a celebration, those memories are fixed in the quilt so that when you look at it, you're not just seeing a quilt but remembering the things you experienced in life. (7:02-11:40)Ricky refers to himself as a creative soul and shares that he's happiest when he's creating. His first creative outlet was music; he learned to read music before he learned the alphabet. Then photography and quilting came along, and now he does all of them.  Ricky doesn't want to be a “one-trick pony,” and wants people to engage with him whether he's talking about quilting or music or photography or things that happen in his day-to-day life. His overall message is one of inspiration and positivity, and he genuinely believes that we can all be more than we ever imagined possible. “I want my legacy to be that I've inspired people, entertained people, and hopefully educated them along the way.” Ricky waxes eloquently about the ebb and flow to creating, and how different art forms inform and influence one another. He believes that quilters can become better artists through photography, saying that photography can teach us to see the world through new eyes, and once we do, we'll never see it the same way again. (17:45 - 21:28 ) Whether he's sharing the adventures of “Lizzy Albright and the Attic Window,” his young adult novel set in the 1960s,  his special bond with ravens, or his pull to live in the mountains, one thing is clear: Ricky is passionate, colorful and inspirational.  When you listen to the podcast, you'll learn that his theme is “Carpe Diem,” and you'll understand that he not only seizes the moment he embraces each and every one of them.  (35:20-37:14) To keep the inspiration going,  visit rickytims.com, or check out his Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter pages. 

Stitch Please
BLACKER FRIDAY!

Stitch Please

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 32:24


Check out these Black women own fabric, fiber, and sewing related businesses! Support Black Women Stitch and the Stitch Please podcast by subscribing to our Patreon or buying the 2022 Black Women Stitch Wall CalendarBLACKER FRIDAY BUSINESSES TO SUPPORT THIS WEEKEND! Thanks I Made Themwww.thanksimadethem.blogspot.comwww.thanksimadethem.etsy.comInstagram: @thanksimadethemKianga Arthttps://kiangaart.com/shopQueenora Renee Fabricshttps://queenorarenee.com/ Neicy Harmon and What's She Creatinghttps://www.etsy.com/shop/WhatsSheCreatinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQopUcy5xZs7rPJpmejFzTwSewrorityWear Colorful FindingsSewing My StyleBra Talk BoutiqueSew Creative LoungeSew ModestCultured ExpressionsIG and FB @culturedexpressionswww.youtube.com/CEFabricVideos/Videos www.culturedexpressions.wordpress.com Sassy Black Yarnswww.Facebook.com/SassyBlackYarnswww.Instagram.com/SassyBlackYarns1Bzy Peachhttps://instagram.com/bzypeachhttps://facebook.com/BzyPeachhttps://Twitter.com/BzyPeachhttps://www.ravelry.com/people/BzyPeach Wax and Wraps:https://www.waxandwraps.com/https://Instagram.com/waxandwrapshttps://Facebook.com/waxandwrapshttps://Youtube.com/c/AfricaFashionGuide  Wax Print Laces and More:https://www.waxprintslacesnmore.store/https://www.etsy.com/shop/Waxprintslacesnmore Angee Quilts on EtsyKristpatternJ. Desiree StudiosSandra Lee DesignsSewn MagazineQuilts Made with LoveBlack Fae Day/Jasmine LeFleurNicole Elise DesignsPatrice J Bridal StudioSelvedge and BoltsBroke and CraftyCultured Expressions Grant Program

Quilt & Tell
Another Night at the Museum - Episode 65

Quilt & Tell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 53:25


Tracy, Lori and Ginger get caught up on their latest projects and Tracy announces a special holiday event for quilters that is happening this season! In our Open Studio segment, Jennifer Swope from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston take us on a quilting adventure through the Fabric of a Nation quilt exhibit .  Our quilting trio finishes the episode with a two minutes of kindness call to action! Click here to view the show notes for this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Umpire Pants
Episode 221: Buying Shitty Polyester Fabrics and Looking Good Doing It

Umpire Pants

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 28:11


Sorry for the late release, folks! We're kicking off the holiday week with another short and sloppy boy! Non-listener Meaghan joins Kelley and fits right in with an Ernst reference before we even hit record. We chat about the Kraken theme song by Aaron Jones that gets played before games, and then discover the Mariners have an odd official theme, but it has nothing on the Orlando Magic's song that is making a comeback. What did the Fly Girls wear, anyway? And why did Kelley assume everyone would know who the Fly Girls were? Your punishment for living in such a beautiful part of the country is having to hear Christmas in the Northwest at least once a year. Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve is the Seahawks walk-out music, and has always been oddly fitting. We do Recipes from First Graders and our guest knows the author of the first one - everyone check out local guitarist Kyle Summers! Kelley's Hint List! Ashes don't burn, clean your stove. Iron shirt collars front to back – Meaghan is peeved about this one! Umpire Pants Out!

Love to Sew Podcast
Episode 196: Silk

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 35:31


There's no fabric more glamorous than silk! In this episode, we take a deep dive into this fancy fiber - its history, how it's made, and how to work with it. Plus, we share a source for custom cutting mats, an amazing sewing song made by a listener, and alternatives to silk! Show Notes

Scott Ryfun
Ryfun: Tears in the Fabric

Scott Ryfun

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 37:35


Hour 2 The left have made it a habit to try to tear at the fabric of American society. Tribalists on the left don't know what they're supporting. They jsut know it's their team. Audio from WGIG-AM and FM in Brunswick, GA

Pre-Loved Podcast
S5 Ep38 SECONDHAND in BANGLADESH: Progoti, a social enterprise brand, works with leftover materials from the fashion industry produced in Bangladesh - on wholesale fabric markets, over production, and ethical business practices.

Pre-Loved Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 55:49


S5 Ep38 SECONDHAND in BANGLADESH: Progoti, a social enterprise brand, works with leftover materials from the fashion industry produced in Bangladesh - on wholesale fabric markets, over production, and ethical business practices. JOIN OUR PATREON COMMUNITY: https://www.patreon.com/prelovedpod  Listen and subscribe on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | or wherever you get your podcasts! Please rate & review the show so more vintage lovers find this community. Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly interview show about rad vintage style with guests you'll want to go thrifting with. Find the show at @emilymstochl on Instagram and @PreLovedPod on Twitter. Pre-Loved Podcast: Secondhand in Bangladesh This episode began when I connected with Nurjahan and Raul of the brand, Progoti, and they described the mission of the brand. Progoti is a social enterprise brand that works with secondary materials leftover from the fashion production process, which are sold in a secondhand market in Bangladesh. They are an ethical and sustainable brand that supports the livelihood and craftsmanship of garment makers in Bangladesh, where Nurjahan, the brand's founder is from.  We worked together to create an episode that explores the leftover materials -- the secondary materials -- of the fashion industry in Bangladesh.  This episode begins with a bit of background about the fabric wholesale markets in Bangladesh, including the Islampur Market, one of the markets where Progoti sources their material. After that introduction, we move into a conversation with Nurjahan and Raul about the brand and the secondhand fashion space in Bangladesh.  Later on in this episode you will get to hear about the day to day of a fabric vendor working in the secondary markets, and an interview between Nurjahan and Ohidul, Progoti's flannel salesman who works in Bikrampur Market -- the other secondary market where Progoti sources material. Finally, you will get to hear a conversation between Nurjahan and Shahida -- Shahida is one of the sewists employed by Progoti.  Both the conversations with Ohidul and Shahida have been generously recorded, transcribed and translated by Nurjahan, an effort which makes this entire episode possible.  All the Episode Links: @progotiapparel     Learn more about Progoti - website Progoti's blog: The pandemic's burden on garment workers in Bangladesh * JOIN THE PATREON COMMUNITY and get the Pre-Loved Podcast News Flash: https://www.patreon.com/prelovedpod  A special thanks goes out to my Patron Insiders: Patty Weber Beverley Docherty of Wolfe Pack Vintage Danny of Galaxy Live Kayla of Pins Thrift & Vintage Kathy Brand Lucero Buendia **For more good stuff every week be sure you subscribe to Emily's newsletter! It's called The French Press and you can sign up here.  *** Pre-Loved Podcast stickers are on sale now! PayPal me $4.00 USD at this link, or to @Emily-Stochl on Venmo and provide your address, and I will ship you a sticker anywhere in the world! Or, if you want, you can also use the link paypal.me/prelovedpod or Venmo @Emily-Stochl to send a donation in support of the show. ****Our Depop shop is @prelovedpod if you want to find some vintage gems and support the show.  Pre-Loved Podcast is created by Emily Stochl. Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and my blog. 

MCA Church Alaska
The Fabric of Unity

MCA Church Alaska

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 53:56


Dermot & Dave
Baby Clothes Made From Bamboo Fabric Sounds Very Sustainable

Dermot & Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 7:50


''Some types of bamboo plants can grow 3ft each day'' [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/11/16132554/EndaBarton_1611.mp3"][/audio] Enda Barton, the founder of Bamboobaby.ie joined Pamela Joyce to chat about his new business and listed some of the benefits that come with clothes made from Bamboo fabric. You can listen to the full chat by clicking the Play button above.

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
206 – “Works of Joy and Beauty”

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 53:03


Who were artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude? Well they certainly engulfed a bunch of big things all over the world in fabric–but do you know about their lives, career, and why the heck they loved large-scale, glorified present-wrapping? Today, Lauren’s got YOU covered! Later, take a quiz on World Monuments and Landmarks! . . . [Music: 1) Claude Debussy, “Claire de Lune”; 2) Frau Holle, “Ascending Souls,” 2017. Courtesy of Frau Holle, CC BY-NC 3.0 license.]

Love to Sew Podcast
Episode 195: Quilting 101 with Bhiravi Rathinasabapathi

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 70:45


Interested in quilting, but don't know where to start? Start here! Bhiravi Rathinasabapathi, quilt designer and owner of Strawberry Creek Quilts, teaches us all the basics in this episode. Show Notes

Sew & So...
Leah Pitkin - A Dream Come True – Vintage Little Lady

Sew & So...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 44:11


Leah's passion for fashion began when she was a young girl.  When she was in the fifth grade, her mother enrolled her in a summer sewing class.  Leah loved it and begged her mom to enroll her in another class. Unfortunately, none were available, so her grandmother became her teacher.  Her first major creations were three hand-sewn A-Line dresses for herself, her sister, and their friend.  Once they all had their dresses on, they decided to try them out on a friend's trampoline. According to Leah, “One jump and a toe touch and them suckers split all the way down the side.” She laughs, saying that from that moment on it was, “game on.”  (4:44-9:11) Leah's grandpa used to say to her, “Baby, you're only as good as your tools.” After buying a very cheap machine when she was just starting out, Leah learned firsthand that having the right equipment can make a world of difference. She admits to being a perfectionist and says that now she always makes sure she has the right tools to ensure that what she creates looks professional. ( 13:45 – 16:18)Leah started out sewing and doing pattern testing for several leading pattern companies. After about five years, she became a designer for Violet Field Threads. Soon, however, she knew it was time to dive in and follow her dream of designing her own patterns and opening her own company.  The company's name, Vintage Little Lady came from her telling her little girls, “You look like a vintage little lady,” every time one of her daughters put on one of her creations. She talks a lot about the ins and outs of starting a company and her process of making her dream come true. “When a dream is written down with a date, it becomes a goal, then it's broken down into steps which becomes a plan, then it's backed up by action, which becomes a reality. And the action for me is diving in.”  (17:45 – 21:30)Leah talks in-depth about the process of creating a pattern: the vision, the research, the designing, drafting, checking, re-designing, re-drafting, re-checking, and doing it all again until everything is perfect.  Then she explains that you have to fit the models, style their hair, and do the fashion shoot.  The process she says, takes 6 to 8 weeks of very long days, with a lot of back and forth. A lot of trial and error. (24:30  – 34:26) The Vintage Little Ladies store has been up for over two years, and Leah has no plans for slowing down.  When you listen to the podcast, you'll be engaged, uplifted, and 100% inspired. If you have questions or would like to share your inspiration, you can reach out to Leah and her team at vintagelittlelady.com 

The Geek In Review
Matthew Coatney - The Human Cloud: The World of Projects and Freelancers

The Geek In Review

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 34:37


Matthew Coatney, CIO at Thompson Hine, and author of The Human Cloud sits down and talks about what he sees as the transformation of how we work. According to Coatney, freelancing and project-based work (The Human Cloud) combined with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (The Machine Cloud) will soon disrupt the way we deliver work. Law firms will not be exempt from this disruption. Matters are really just projects. Contract attorneys are freelancers. According to some experts, 80% of work to be done by organizations in the 2030s will be project-based work. And AI and ML will eat into the other 20%. Coatney says that we are missing out on an opportunity if we are not preparing for this reality. We asked how life as a CIO has changed over the past couple of decades for a CIO in a law firm and Coatney says that a CIO of 2000 would have culture shock if they were to be transported to today. CIOs are still the brand ambassadors of the IT departments, but Chief Technology Officers and Chief Data Officers are making their way into the fold to help offload some of the overwhelming responsibility that many of today's CIOs find falls on their shoulders. Matt also co-hosts The Human Cloud Podcast with Matthew Mottola where they put out twice-weekly episodes diving deeper into these topics. Go check out "The Matthews" on their own pod if you're curious about how the structure of work is going to change. Information Inspirations You may have noticed that we took last week off from this podcast, but we were busy recording other podcasts to fill the void. Greg went on the Legal Value Network's "Off the Clock" podcast and talked with Keith Maziarek of Katten and Percipent's Chad Main about the recent increase of available APIs from a number of legal information vendors. These APIs may very well open the door to a much easier method of pulling data in from vendors directly into internal law firm databases to better prepare firms to handle clients' needs. Marlene hosted an ILTA podcast panel on How Virtual Hearings Altered the Fabric of Dispute Resolution with Florida Circuit Judge Christopher Sprysenski, Trial Consultant with Paul Hastings, Jeremy Cooper, and Jackson Walker Partner, Richard Howell. The three give their personal experiences on how they handled virtual trials over the past twenty months. Contact Us Twitter: @gebauerm or @glambert. Voicemail: 713-487-7270 Email: geekinreviewpodcast@gmail.com. Music: As always, the great music you hear on the podcast is from Jerry David DeCicca. Transcripts available on 3 Geeks and a Law Blog.

NOUVEAU MODELE
NATHALIE LEBAS-VAUTIER, entrepreneure et activiste avec Good Fabric

NOUVEAU MODELE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 48:27


Cette semaine je reçois Nathalie Lebas-Vautier. Nathalie c'est la cofondatrice de la marque française Ekyog, une marque pionnière sur les questions d'écoresponsabilité. Cette aventure s'est finalement terminée mais elle s'est replongée dans l'entrepreneuriat, toujours au service d'une mode plus durable, en créant Good Fabric pour accompagner les entreprises dans leur transition RSE. Qu'a-t-elle appris de toutes ces années à travailler dans la mode éthique ? Et quand on est pionnière, par quoi commence-t-on et comment s'y prend-t-on pour transformer l'industrie textile ? Avec Nathalie nous avons parlé de coton, de recyclage et de son optimisme. Je vous souhaite une très belle écoute ! —— Références : Good Fabric : https://www.goodfabric.fr Humun : https://www.goodfabric.fr/association-humun ONG Vision du monde : https://www.visiondumonde.fr —— Mixage : Thomas Lenglain

My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast
Artist Benjamin Shine on His Unexpected Collaboration With Tulle

My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 30:32


Textile artist Benjamin Shine uses swathes of tulle to fabricate flowing three-dimensional portraits of unnamed figures, often suggesting ideas of energy and impermanence. A true master of his material, Benjamin's work has been recognized and exhibited globally, with his clients and collaborations including The MET, Vogue, and many others. This week on the My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast, we interview Benjamin Shine about his artistic journey, beginning with his initial resistance towards becoming a “starving artist” in fashion design, to how he then discovered and began innovating with tulle: the lightweight fabric with which he has now become so deeply entwined. Plus, Benjamin goes on to answer your listener questions, offering insight into his creative process, other materials that intrigue him, and how he tracks his many artistic ideas with a helpful system of translucent folders. This episode is brought to you by Canvy, a service that allows you to visualize your artwork in realistic spaces. With multiple plans offered, sign up now and see if Canvy is right for you. Follow Benjamin Shine's work on his website, Instagram, and YouTube. Did you know that we're on YouTube? Watch your favorite episode now! Follow us on Instagram to see some of the visuals we talked about in today's episode. We want to hear from you! Leave us a listener voicemail and subscribe to our newsletter so you can submit questions for upcoming interviews. You'll find everything on podcast.mymodernmet.com.  Want to support the artists we feature and the podcast? Check out books by our guests on the Top Artist Bookstore. My Modern Met Store is offering a special discount for Top Artist listeners. Get a 10% discount on our entire curated selection of creative products when you enter the code TOPARTIST10 at checkout. Read more about Benjamin Shine's work and the projects we discuss: Interview: Artist Makes Faces Emerge from Brilliantly Manipulated Netted Tulle Fabric Artist Transforms Billowy Lengths of Tulle Into Meditative Faces Elegant Figures and Faces of Dancers Emerge from Intricately Folded Sheets of Fabric

Love to Sew Podcast
Episode 194: 4th Anniversary Q&A

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 90:56


Four years of Love to Sew? This calls for a celebration! In this fun, chatty episode, we share big changes in our lives from the past year, answer questions from listeners, and play a game with our partners, Sam and Shea! SHOW NOTES

The Monday M.A.S.S. with Chris Coté and Todd Richards
The Monday M.A.S.S. With Chris Coté and Todd Richards, November 8, 2021.

The Monday M.A.S.S. with Chris Coté and Todd Richards

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 66:18


We got guests! Robin Van Gyn talks “Fabric”, Austin Sweetin talks “Windslab”, Benji Wethaerley and Donavon check in with a Drive Thru update from Kelly Slater's house in Florida! Plus, Chris and Todd talk about all of Chris' amazing charity work this weekend, Kai Lenny goes switch at Jaws, Red Bull Night Riders, Exposure SKATE goes off, Create and Destroy with John Lucero, Markus Kleveland does a 19 or something, 100 days ‘til winter Olympics, Hershel Supply Uniform rules, man made snow, a few questions answered, and so much more. Presented by: Herschel Supply Co. @herschelsupply BN3TH @BN3THApparel MASS20 NanocraftCBD @nanocraftCBD MASS20 Bub's Naturals! @bubsnaturals MASS20 Hansen Surfboards @hansensurfboards MASS10 Pannikin Coffee And Tea @pannikincoffeeandtea YewOnline.com @yewonline New Greens @newgreens MASS20 Adventure IO @adventureio Pedal Electric @pedal.electric  

The Trance Sanctuary Podcast
Episode 95: Trance Sanctuary Podcast 095 with Sneijder & Robbie Smith

The Trance Sanctuary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 213:51


In the latest episode of the Trance Sanctuary Podcast, we preview our upcoming Trance Sanctuary presents Kearnage event with a 2 hour live set from Sneijder and a guest mix from Robbie Smith. Both will feature on the 13th of November at Fabric in London. Also, host Alan Banks selects his big 3 Tunes of the Month. Robbie Smith Guest Mix 1.Future Sound Of London–Papa New Guinea (Richie Blacker remix)2.Paul Thomas–1989 (Ucros remix)3.Whoriskey–Take It All (Leghet remix)4.Dylhen–Home5.Whoriskey–Shadow Chaser6.High On Mars–Orientalist (Stan Kolev remix)7.Cold Blue–Green Leaves (Mir Omar remix)8.Oaken Moths–The Stygobite9.Lost Tribe–Gamemaster (Eddie Murray Remix)10.Spada–Ibiza ‘8911.Dark Matter & Collide The Sky–Dark Sky12.Chicane–Saltwater (Senses Of Mind Edit)13.Alex Sonata & The Rio–Are We Dreaming14.Cold Blue–Painting Skies (Sunny Lax Remix)15.O'Callaghan & Kearney–Resitricted Motion (Aled Mann Remix)https://soundcloud.com/robbiesmith09https://www.facebook.com/RobbieSmithOfficialUp and Coming Tune of the Month Billy Gillies - Lovesick Artist Spotlight Paul Denton - Watching The WavesAlan Banks' Big 3 3. Maria Healy - Kismet2. Everlight & John Dopping Feat. Jay W - Razor Light 1. Federation - Venushttps://soundcloud.com/alanbankshttps://www.facebook.com/AlanBanksOfficialSneijder live from Elation, Las Vegas. https://soundcloud.com/sneijder/https://www.facebook.com/sneijdermusicUpcoming events 13/11/21 - Trance Sanctuary presents Kearnage at Fabric, London13/11/21 - Trance Sanctuary After Party at The Loft, Egg London01/01/21 - Trance Sanctuary NYD at Egg London26/03/22 - Trance Sanctuary 11th Birthday at Fabric www.trancesanctuary.comwww.facebook.com/trancesanctuarywww.twitter.com/trancesanctuarywww.instagram.com/trancesanctuary

I Don't Wanna Hear It
145 – One and One Are Five: Dr. Spiker's Cakey Cookies

I Don't Wanna Hear It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 88:57


I Don't Wanna Hear It Podcast145 – One and One Are Five: Dr. Spiker's Cakey Cookies“You know that host that used to talk a lot? Every night he'd be on the show, listin' what he's got. Man, when I tell you those lists were cool, they were read hot. I mean, they were streamin'. The lists are back in town, the lists are back in town.” Thank you. I'll see myself out.Check out more of our stuff at I Don't Wanna Hear It and join the Patreon, jabroni. I mean, if you want. Don't be weird about it. Oh, and we publish books now at WND Press because we want to be bankrupted by a dying medium.Episode Links:Bosse-de-NageThe ImplantsThe Graduate Hotel in FayettevilleA Tear In the Fabric of Life by Knocked LooseBlood Harmony by Dave HauseWu-Tang RPGSinfeld RemasteredReal Life TakenSome of our old bands are on Spotify:Absent FriendsWe're Not DeadYears From NowMusical Attribution: Licensed through NEOSounds. License information available upon request.“5 O'Clock Shadow,” “America On the Move,” “Baby You Miss Me,” “Big Fat Gypsy,” “Bubble Up,” “C'est Chaud,” “East River Blues,” “The Gold Rush,” “Gypsy Fiddle Jazz,” “Here Comes That Jazz,” “I Wish I Could Charleston,” “I Told You,” “It Feels Like Love To Me,” “Little Tramp,” “Mornington Crescent,” “No Takeaways.”

Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Episode 62 The crazy way I got A Fabric Contract

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 6:07


we all have to start somewhere. join me in this episode where i share my challenges in getting my first fabric contract. Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina's next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast
Episode 101, Talking about the Mind (Part I - The Fabric of Reality)

The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 55:00


Introduction Imagine the smile on your parent's face as you rush to meet them at the school gates, the soft heat of the sand between your toes on a first holiday, waking up in the haze of a late afternoon after dancing all night, the drop in your stomach when you realize you'll never hear their voice again. These are conscious experiences. Without them, what is there to life? In this sense, we all know what consciousness is – there's nothing we know more intimately – yet it remains one of life's greatest mysteries. Despite the incredible advances made in physical science, it doesn't seem like we're any closer to an explanation of where consciousness comes from. How is it, exactly, that the brain's 86 billion neurons give rise to conscious experience? As we'll see, our answer to this question will not only shape our understanding of the human mind, but the fabric of reality itself. – Extract from Philosophers on Consciousness Contents Part I. The Fabric of Reality Part II. Further Analysis and Discussion Links Philosophers on Consciousness: Talking about the Mind (Bloomsbury; Jack Symes).

Podcast – Seamwork Radio
How Blackbird Fabrics Came To Be, With Caroline Somos

Podcast – Seamwork Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 36:33


Caroline didn't set out to open one of the most successful online fabric shops in the sewing community, but she always knew sewing would be a part of her journey. In this episode, she shares how Blackbird Fabrics came to be.

THYRST
QVC Fabric - Canada Drag Race Episode 3 Recap

THYRST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 38:25


Aneal Joshua is joined by Woody Fox, John Fro & our new cast addition Joey Viola! This week we break down a spooky acting challenge and the polarizing 'Good Girl Gone Bad' runway. We also discuss important issues like unfollowing people on the Instagram and The Handmaid's Tale. FOLLOW US, WE'RE THYRSTY ANEAL www.instagram.com/thyrstboy www.twitter.com/thyrstboy WOODY www.instagram.com/woodyfox_official JOEY www.instagram.com/joeypurple Host of the 'DIRTY POP' Podcast JON www.instagram.com/boltoncitygymleader/ The Queens competing on Season 2 of CANADA'S DRAG RACE are: Adriana Beth Eve 6000 Gia Metric Icesis Couture Kendall Gender Kimora Amour Océane Aqua-Black Pythia Stephanie Prince Suki Doll Synthia Kiss

Dressed: The History of Fashion
Fuller Fabrics and the Modern Masters Prints

Dressed: The History of Fashion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 32:41


Is fashion art? And is art fashion? In this case, the answer to both is a resounding yes! Tune in this week as we explore a series of textiles designed by some of Modern arts greats: Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Joan Miró and Fernand Léger. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Multi-Asmr
ASMR fast and aggressive on scrathing Fabric Cloth, with Tk,tk,tk,sk,sk,mouth sounds

Multi-Asmr

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 8:30


videos, fast on scrathing 17 different cloth .

Love to Sew Podcast
Episode 193: Collars

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 43:19


Collars can be tricky to sew, but they're worth it! In this episode, we go over the parts of a collar, the different kinds of collars, and lots of collar sewing tips. Plus, we answer a listener question about how to make more things you like, share some collared sewing patterns, and even talk about how to eliminate a collar! Show Notes

The Afterword: A Conversation About the Future of Words
The Afterword on the fashion narrative

The Afterword: A Conversation About the Future of Words

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 30:50


What is the whole story behind the garments we wear? Do you know the history that surrounds fashion, trends and brands? How can we be mindful about sustainability and longevity regarding clothing? Are consumers insterested in the the creative identity behind designers? We value what we own and shopping ethically with a holistic view supports fashion development across the globe. The founders of Sunny's Mobile Boutique, Maggie Carlen, Hayley Cheek, and Jade Morton bring creative insight to our conversation. Hadeel Osman the founder of DAVU who is a Forbes 30 under 30 challenges our ideas of fashion.

The Lonely Palette
Ep. 55 - Harriet Powers' "Pictorial Quilt" (1895-98)

The Lonely Palette

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 28:52


Quilts, and textiles in general, have a funny way of being overlooked by the fine art world. They're dismissed as craft, as outsider, as “women's work,” or as potentially uninteresting museum exhibits. But some quilts, and some quilters, tell their stories, explain our histories, and simply refuse to be denied. This episode was produced in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The exhibition “Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories” is on view until January 17, 2022. See the images: https://bit.ly/3jNT4FZ Music used: The Andrews Sisters, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen" Blue Dot Sessions, “Moon Bicycle Theme,” “Stucco Blue,” “Coronea,” “Lumber Down,” “Velvet Ladder,” “Gale” Get tickets to the exhibition: https://bit.ly/3GAli0M Support the show: www.patreon.com/lonelypalette

Sew & So...
Deanna Springer - The Legacy Carries On

Sew & So...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 45:15


Deanna's love for all things sewing began when she was a young girl when she was nurtured by her mom, her grandmothers, and 4H. She talks fondly of the many memories she has of growing up among sewists, including how, every Christmas Eve she and her three sisters would listen to the hum of the sewing machine from the other room, and awaken Christmas morning to find new robes hanging on their doors.  These priceless memories of creating and sharing gifts from the heart played an important role in her career choice. In 2007 Nancy Zieman and Deanna started Nancy Zieman Productions (NZP), where they worked side by side for 10 years.  After launching NZP, they launched a new blog, social media channels, and over 40 sewing and quilting products, including tools, patterns, and books. The NZP  team also produced 12 seasons of “Sewing with Nancy” with Wisconsin Public Television.Upon Nancy's passing in 2017, Deanna continued to carry her legacy forward through a variety of venues, including the Great Wisconsin Quilt Show, and the spring travel circuit. As Deanna puts it, “It's a way to share our love of sewing with the world.” Another way, she and her sisters share that love is the Stitch It! Sisters video series. Part of the Nancy Zieman production blog, Stitch it! Sisters also has its own YouTube channel. (7:30-12:55)Now in its 17th year, Deanna talks about how the Great Wisconsin Quilt Show began, and how it continues to be a great opportunity for people to share their love of quilting. She is also in charge of the Annual sewing event, Sew Quilt Create. Throughout our conversation, Deanna is passionate about celebrating her craft and her mentor. (18:55 – 22:47)As the conversation wraps up, Deanna talks about the many barriers Nancy broke through in the '70s and '80s, and how she really changed the industry. It's evident that Deanna shares many of her friend's traits as well as her drive and vision. (30:41-37:30)  Case in point: this fall, Deanna will be opening the Nancy Zieman Sewing Studio in Beaver Dam, WI. You can reach Deanna at stitchitsisters.com, nancyzieman.com or at her many social sites. And of course, you can stop by the new store when it opens.  

Optimize Yourself
Ep168: Hollywood On the Record: What's REALLY Happening On Set? | with Shay'La Banks and Nickolaus Brown

Optimize Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 86:50


In an ideal world, being a creative professional means you love what you do and your passion for your work fuels a meaningful and fulfilling life that also has a positive impact on the world. Whether you write, direct, produce, edit, or work on set - that's the dream we all set out to achieve when we join the industry. In the real world, however, you quickly discover that passion can also lead to exploitation. Toxic work environments, unreasonable deadlines and schedules, and unrelenting work hours extinguish even the deepest, hottest burning passions inside of us. Respect, dignity, and a basic appreciation for the work we do are essential ingredients in keeping that passion alive and sustaining us through long careers. Unfortunately, these concepts have been pushed aside in favor of faster, cheaper, better. Today I'm excited to discuss the realities of working on the production side of the industry with Shay'La Banks and Nickolaus Brown, both of whom work in the costume department and were recently featured with me in the recent Variety article IATSE Crew Members Share First-Hand Accounts of Set Life. Shay'La is a Costume Supervisor who has worked on shows such as The Voice, Insecure, Grown-ish & The Oscars. Nickolaus has been working in costumes for almost 25 years for films such as Free Guy, The Lake House, and Dukes of Hazzard, and TV shows like How to Get Away w/ Murder, Scandal, and Glee. This honest conversation gets to the very core of the many issues that production crews face while on set. You'll hear candid stories about the horrible conditions and disrespectful behavior they both endure on a routine basis and how it affects their health and relationships. You'll also hear that despite the enthusiasm they both have for their craft they both desperately crave the change that is so necessary in our industry. The energy from this conversation is palpable, and it's one of the most unique and interesting conversations I've had on the record in a long time. If you enjoy this format please let me know by leaving a review or emailing me directly. I'm considering doing more interviews like this so I'd love to hear your thoughts. Want to Hear More Episodes Like This One? » Click here to subscribe and never miss another episode   Here's What You'll Learn: Shay'La and Nickolaus describe their jobs and responsibilities on set. The biggest misconception of costume designer's jobs. The challenges that arise on set and how producers never understand what they are asking for. Nickolaus wants to know why is our time not respected? The unfair and unreasonable hours production crews are expected to work. Nickolaus worked 28 days straight on a pilot in Hawaii. The call sheet hours vs. the hours the costume department actually works. What is ‘Fraturday' and what is meant by ‘turnaround”? How the pandemic changed the perspective on work-life balance. The toll their jobs take on their physical bodies. The sad reality of the shows needs superseding the needs of the workers. KEY TAKEAWAY: You never stop ‘paying your dues' if you don't start to value yourself. The producers aren't trying to figure out a better way to do things because it's working for them. Why we need to get better at saying the word ‘no' to unreasonable expectations. The disconnect between how the budgets are made and how the work actually gets done. How you, as an individual, can start to affect change in the industry. Why Nickolaus believes the costume department is the lowest paid in the industry. How Shay'La talks to producers to negotiate more money or better schedules for herself and her department. KEY TAKEAWAY: We have to stand together, share information, and educate each other so we can advocate for ourselves. The demoralizing effect the new contract had on crews that thought there would be real change if a strike happened. What advice they would give to themselves just starting out in the business. Useful Resources Mentioned: IATSE Crew Members Share First-Hand Accounts of Set Life - Variety Dear Hollywood: We Don't Want to “Go Back to Normal." Normal Wasn't Working. Continue to Listen & Learn I Was Tired of Putting My Kids to Bed via FaceTime Every Night. Here's What I Did About It. Ep113: The Importance of Setting Boundaries, Advocating For Yourself, and Asking For Help | with Janace Tashjian Dear Hollywood...We Create Entertainment For a Living. We're Not Curing Cancer. Ep128: How to Have a Successful Career Without Sacrificing Family | with Farrel Levy Ep149: How Modern Society Is Damaging Your Brain (and the Simple Steps to Reverse It) | with Dr. Dave Jenkins Ep82: Real Talk About Mental Health and Depression | with Michael Kammes Ep01: Understanding the Link Between Creativity and Depression with Dr. Edison de Mello Ep165: How to Overcome Doubting Yourself When You Know You're Meant For More | with Sandy Zimmerman, ANW Ep141: Michelle Tesoro (ACE) On Playing Chess With Your Career (Instead of Checkers) - pt1 Ep142: Michelle Tesoro (ACE) On Playing Chess With Your Health & Well-Being (Pt2) Ep106: On the Vital Importance of "Being Nice" | with Jesse Averna, ACE Ep112: On Signing COVID Waivers, Kit Rental Fees, and Working Humane Hours | with Cathy Repola, MPEG National Executive Director Ep144: Redefining What It Means to Be “Productive” (and Aligning Your Values With Your Time) | with Tamara Torres Ep136: Promoting Mindfulness, Well-Being, and Sanity In the Edit Bay | with Kevin Tent, ACE Tired of Holding it Together All the Time? Here are Five Basic Needs to Get You Back On Track Our Generous Sponsor: This episode was brought to you by Ergodriven, the makers of the Topo Mat (my #1 recommendation for anyone who stands at their workstation) and now their latest product. New Standard Whole Protein is a blend of both whey and collagen, sourced from the highest quality ingredients without any of the unnecessary filler or garbage. Not only will you get more energy and focus from this protein powder, you will notice improvements in your skin, hair, nails, joints and muscles. And because they don't spend a lot on excessive marketing and advertising expenses, the savings gets passed on to you. Guest Bio: Shay'La Banks   Shay'La Banks is a Costume Supervisor & Creative Director that hails from Los Angeles by way of Riverside, California. Shay'La, a Cal State San Bernardino alum, began her career in the entertainment industry right after college in the casting department. With God's favor she met the right people and found fulfillment and success in the Costume Department, quickly working her way up the ranks to Costume Supervisor. Some of Shay'La's credits include Costume Supervising on shows such as The Voice, Insecure, Grown-ish & The Oscars amongst others. She knows it took a strong village to get her where she is so she is very passionate about giving back and mentoring youth. She leads by example & believes in operating with confidence, dignity and having a strong work ethic.This is why being on the board of FABRIC is a must. It means so much to her because everything FABRIC stands for and will do for the community speaks to her Life's mission statement. She attributes ALL her success to her strong faith & living a God-led life in which she strongly believes God led her to this Organization to help shine a light and create change for the people that need it the most.   Nickolaus Brown   Nickolaus Brown has been working in costumes for almost 25 years scouring Los Angeles and beyond for character driven fashion for film and television. He has a degree in fashion from the Fashion Institute of Technology and a degree in costume design from CalArts. He lives in Los Angeles with his dogs Scotch and Ripley.   Show Credits: This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, and the show notes were prepared by Debby Germino and published by Glen McNiel. The original music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Joe Trapanese (who is quite possibly one of the most talented composers on the face of the planet).

The Meb Faber Show
#363 – Rick Bookstaber, Fabric – Risk Is The Other Side Of The Coin From Opportunity

The Meb Faber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 65:06


In episode 363, we welcome our guest, Rick Bookstaber, co-founder and Head of Risk for Fabric, which provides factor-based risk management applications for investment advisors.   In today's episode, we're talking all about risk with someone who's held Chief Risk Officer roles at Morgan Stanley, Solomon Brothers, Bridgewater, and the University of California pension, and if that wasn't enough, he also helped write the Volcker Rule while working for the Treasury. Rick begins the episode by walking us through his framework for assessing risk and why the three keys are leverage, liquidity, and concentration. He also shares the lessons he's learned from surviving the 1987 crash, 2000 tech bubble, and 2008 housing crisis.   As we wind down, Rick shares what led him to start his newest venture and how he plans to assist advisors with risk management for client portfolios.   Please enjoy this episode with Fabric's Rick Bookstaber.   -----   Follow Meb on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube For detailed show notes, click here To learn more about our funds and follow us, subscribe to our mailing list or visit us at cambriainvestments.com   -----   Today's episode is sponsored by The Idea Farm. The Idea Farm gives you access to over $100,000 worth of investing research, the kind usually read by only the world's largest institutions, funds, and money managers. Join today and get access to quarterly CAPE ratios, an excel quant backtester and the entire research library.

Stitch Please
Brittany J. Jones

Stitch Please

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 32:48


Support Black Women Stitch and the Stitch Please podcast. Pre-Order your Black Women Stitch 2022 Wall Calendar today. Find out more about Brittany J Jones!InstagramWebsite/BlogYouTubeOn Creative BugSew It AcademyMelanated Fabrics

Lex Fridman Podcast
#234 – Stephen Wolfram: Complexity and the Fabric of Reality

Lex Fridman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 225:26


Stephen Wolfram is a computer scientist, mathematician, and theoretical physicist. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – ROKA: https://roka.com/ and use code LEX to get 20% off your first order – FightCamp: https://joinfightcamp.com/lex to get free shipping – Onnit: https://lexfridman.com/onnit to get up to 10% off – Indeed: https://indeed.com/lex to get $75 credit – Fundrise: https://fundrise.com/lex EPISODE LINKS: Stephen's Twitter: https://twitter.com/stephen_wolfram Stephen's Blog: https://writings.stephenwolfram.com Wolfram Physics Project: https://www.wolframphysics.org A New Kind of Science (book): https://amzn.to/30XoEun Fundamental Theory of Physics (book): https://amzn.to/30XbAoT PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://lexfridman.com/podcast Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2lwqZIr Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2nEwCF8 RSS: https://lexfridman.com/feed/podcast/ YouTube Full Episodes: https://youtube.com/lexfridman

La ContraCrónica
¿Cómo fabricó Europa su crisis energética?

La ContraCrónica

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 43:32


La práctica totalidad del mundo padece en estos momentos los rigores de una crisis energética repentina e inesperada. Los precios de la energía registran récords y coinciden con una crisis en el transporte internacional, lo que está tensando aún más el mercado. El problema afecta tanto al primer como al tercer mundo. En Europa la energía eléctrica está más cara que nunca y en EEUU algunos Estados como California han registrado apagones. La primera crisis energética en cuatro décadas ha sido un shock para muchos, que parecen haber olvidado cómo el suministro de energía repercute en todas las areas principales de la vida pública y privada. La energía es el producto más demandado del mundo y su precio influye directamente en todo lo demás condenando a la economía a la crisis si se dispara. La actual crisis energética es particularmente aguda en Europa. Los precios del gas natural, el carbón y la electricidad se han ido por las nubes, lo que ha provocado protestas en España, escasez de gasolina en el Reino Unido y ha puesto contra las cuerdas al Gobierno francés y al alemán. El ejemplo de Europa puede resultar especialmente instructivo para otros países. Ningún otro lugar ha invertido tanto dinero y ha realizado tantos esfuerzos políticos para reconstruir sus mercados energéticos. Sin embargo, en ninguna parte el fracaso ha sido tan grande. Al viejo continente no le bastan las energías renovables, en las que ha invertido miles de millones de euros en las últimas décadas y depende muchísimo de las importaciones de carbón, petróleo y, sobre todo, de gas, que se compra en el norte de África y en Rusia. Es hora de plantearse seriamente cómo Europa ha creado su propia crisis energética y qué lecciones pueden extraer otros países del mundo para no seguir por el mismo camino. En La ContraRéplica: - La tercera dosis de la vacuna - Sendero Luminoso y ETA - El rescate de los perros de La Palma “La ContraHistoria de España. Auge, caída y vuelta a empezar de un país en 28 episodios”… https://amzn.to/3kXcZ6i Apoya La Contra en: · Patreon... https://www.patreon.com/diazvillanueva · iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-contracronica_sq_f1267769_1.html · Paypal... https://www.paypal.me/diazvillanueva Sígueme en: · Web... https://diazvillanueva.com · Twitter... https://twitter.com/diazvillanueva · Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/fernandodiazvillanueva1/ · Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/diazvillanueva · Linkedin… https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-d%C3%ADaz-villanueva-7303865/ · Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/photos/147276463@N05/?/ · Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.com/fernandodiazvillanueva Encuentra mis libros en: · Amazon... https://www.amazon.es/Fernando-Diaz-Villanueva/e/B00J2ASBXM Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Backpacking Light Podcast
Waterproof Breathable Fabrics

Backpacking Light Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 95:27


In this episode of the Backpacking Light Podcast, Ryan and Andrew chat with Backpacking Light author and materials tester Stephen Seeber about layering, waterproof-breathable fabrics, and new GORE-TEX technology. Also in this episode, we discuss a new pack from Arc'teryx, updates to the popular NEMO Tensor line of sleeping pads, and a follow-up conversation about water-resistant down. click here for show notes: https://backpackinglight.com/episode-048-waterproof-breathable

Love to Sew Podcast
Episode 192: Choosing the Perfect Fabric

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 59:23


A great garment pairs a good design with the perfect fabric. In this episode, we guide you through pattern and fabric matchmaking, whether in-person or online. Plus, we answer a question about using natural fiber fabrics for interfacing, share a listener's recommended sewing gadgets, and share our best and worst fabric choices. Show Notes

A Quilting Life Podcast
Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

A Quilting Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 49:38


In this episode Sherri has the pleasure to speak with Jeniffer Swope, curator of the "Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories" exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Jennifer shares information about the exhibition (which is currently up and running now) as well as a publication that can be purchased from the MFA's website. She then shares 8 different quilts that are being featured in the exhibition and speaks on the cultural and historical significance of each quilt. More information on this exhibition can be found below.Show Notes Blog Post: https://www.aquiltinglife.com/2021/10/a-quilting-life-podcast-episode-40-show-notes.html/Under the Tree (Quilt on the Wall): https://tidd.ly/3m4ZCBuPlaza (Quilt on the Table): https://tidd.ly/3prRvkyFabric of a Nation Exhibition Website (Where tickets can be purchased): https://www.mfa.org/exhibition/fabric-of-a-nationFabric of a Nation Publication: https://www.mfa.org/publication/fabric-of-a-nationFabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories InformationQuilts and coverlets, used in North America since the 17th century, have a unique capacity to tell stories. Their tactile making by hand and their traditional use in the home impart deeply personal narratives of their creators, and the many histories they express reveal a complex record of America. Upending expectations about quilt displays—traditionally organized by region, form or motif—Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories is a loosely chronological presentation that is divided into seven thematic sections and incorporates the perspectives of artists, educators, academics and activists.More than 50 works on view include remarkable examples by an under-recognized diversity of artistic hands and minds from the 17th century to today, including female and male, known and unidentified, urban and rural makers; immigrants; and Black, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian and LGBTQ+ Americans. Standouts include Pictorial Quilt (1895–98), an icon of the MFA's collection and one of only two known surviving quilts by Harriet Powers, an exceptional artist and storyteller born into slavery in 1837, and the recently acquired To God and Truth (2019), a vibrantly colorful and elaborately patterned work by contemporary artist Bisa Butler. While celebrating the artistry and intricacy of quilts and coverlets and the lives they document, the exhibition also invites visitors to consider the complicated legacies ingrained in the fabric of American life.Visit the A Quilting Life YouTube channel for more great video content: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmSR-jDR956ATQe30JHX87wEnjoy what you heard? Be sure to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and your review could be read on the show! 

Crypto Current
Chandra Duggirala & George Burke on Blending the Best of Bitcoin and Layer 2 with Portal DeFi

Crypto Current

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 33:05


Today Chandra Duggirala & George Burke joins us to discuss blending the best of Bitcoin and layer 2 with Portal DeFi. https://www.linkedin.com/in/csentropy/ (Chandra Duggirala), Bitcoiner and M.D. turned entrepreneur, ran two 8-figure software businesses, and is the inventor of functional layer 2 cross-chain atomic swaps (he solved problems keeping Tier Nolan's atomic swaps impractical until now).  https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgeburke/ (George Burke), 8 years in bitcoin, 3 exits in peer-to-peer/community startups incl. early bitcoin exchange Crypto Street, created the first Bitcoin debit card, and runs the world's oldest bitcoin meetup.  Portal makes DeFi unstoppable with anonymous, zero-knowledge swaps via the first cross-chain DEX that's truly trustless. Unlike Uniswap/others, Portal eliminates minting wrapped coins (ie wBTC, wETH) or risky staking with intermediaries. Trading across incompatible blockchains is now just 1-click, trustless and private. Links https://portaldefi.com/ (https://portaldefi.com) https://twitter.com/portal_finance (https://twitter.com/portal_finance) Portal business deck: https://docsend.com/view/t4ds5iwdduzqpkyq (https://docsend.com/view/t4ds5iwdduzqpkyq)  Portal exchange protocol white paper: https://docsend.com/view/k2x6mjyz5qaece28 (https://docsend.com/view/k2x6mjyz5qaece28)  Chandra Duggirala's Portal protocol talk at San Francisco Bitcoin Meetup:  https://docsend.com/view/sd9iwckdgkghpnd7 (https://docsend.com/view/sd9iwckdgkghpnd7) Eric Martindale & Chandra Duggirala "unstoppable exchange" talk at Silicon Valley Bitcoin Meetup: https://docsend.com/view/fwiq7knwyjfgh25x (https://docsend.com/view/fwiq7knwyjfgh25x)  "No ICO" model for compliant token distribution as non-securities to shareholders: https://docsend.com/view/vdukde5td2g63msf (https://docsend.com/view/vdukde5td2g63msf)  Tech:  - Github repo: https://github.com/FabricLabs/fabric (https://github.com/FabricLabs/fabric) - Fabric framework: https://dev.fabric.pub/ (https://dev.fabric.pub/) *Disclaimer. Richard Carthon is the Founder of Crypto Current. All opinions expressed by members of the Crypto Current Team, Richard or his guest on this podcast are solely their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of Crypto Current. You should not treat any opinion expressed by Richard as a specific inducement to make a particular investment or follow a particular strategy but only as an expression of his opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes only.  ~  Put your Bitcoin and Ethereum to work. Earn up to 12% interest back with https://get.tantralabs.io/earn/?utm_source=cryptocurrent&utm_medium=display&utm_campaign=advertising-display-cryptocurrent&utm_content=lp (Tantra Labs). ~  New to crypto? Check out our https://bit.ly/394YKFw (Crypto for Beginners) Step-by-Step Guide to Crypto Investing!  ~  Follow us on https://bit.ly/3CPwepn (Youtube), http://bit.ly/2TRIArp (Twitter), http://bit.ly/38yfrqo (Instagram), http://bit.ly/39DhpHi (Facebook), http://bit.ly/38wsXL5 (LinkedIn), & https://bit.ly/3yQ30Es (Tik Tok).  ~  Want to make ~$25+ a month for FREE? Sign up to get a FREE https://www.emrit.io/?referral=cryptocurrent (emrit.io Coolspot today)!  ~  Want to learn more about cryptocurrency? Check out our https://bit.ly/2CbaYzw (educational videos) today!  ~  https://bit.ly/2TF3Gtb (Swan) is the easiest and most affordable way to accumulate Bitcoin with automatic recurring purchases. Start your plan today and get $10 of free Bitcoin dropped into your account.  ~  Want access to cool crypto/blockchain projects that you can use immediately? Check out our https://bit.ly/3eZ8J1E (partnerships page)!  ~  Looking to attend a cryptocurrency or blockchain event? Check out our https://bit.ly/2ZVCV8f (events page)!  ~  Tune in on...

Spiritual Teachings With Shunyamurti
Re-Weave the Fabric of Reality - Shunyamurti Teaching

Spiritual Teachings With Shunyamurti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 16:39


In this module teaching, Shunyamurti outlines the egoic behaviors used to sustain a false sense of self; we must destabilize the ego by deconstructing our destructive  patterns if we want to escape the ego's nightmare and dream a new Reality.

Call & Response
Julien Baker: My Faith (Is The Fabric)

Call & Response

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 17:37


The music of the South is always drawing upon the church, either relishing in it, or rebelling from it. When Memphis-born artist Julien Baker started reckoning with her faith, “the entire paradigm of my life evaporated.” Since then, Julien has channeled this reckoning into her music, lacing her lyrics with radical honesty and self-reflection. In this episode, Julien and Adia share about how their relationship to God and religion has influenced their music. For the playlist of songs curated for this week's episode visit: www.mixcloud.com/sonos. / Music In This Week's Episode /Robyn, “Between The Lines”Björk, “Big Time Sensuality”St. Vincent, “I Prefer Your Love”Patti Smith Group, “Because The Night”Hank Williams, “I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry”John Coltrane, “A Love Supreme, Pt. 1 - Acknowledgment”Little Bandit, “Nashville” / Show Notes /Julien Baker's latest album is “Little Oblivions,” available now, along with an EP of five remixed tracks from the album.Julien says “One More Hour” by Flock of Dimes is the song that's giving her life and light right now. / Credits /Call & Response is a Sonos show produced by work x work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Adia Victoria, Ann Marie Awad and Daniel Rayzel. Our engineer is Sam Bair of The Relic Room.

Quilt Buzz
Episode 041: Cabrini of @cabinweekprojects

Quilt Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 36:15


Show Notes:0:42 - New England, Western (Mass)achusetts 0:44 - Upstate, New York 1:17 - Lunar New Year animals 2:51 - Cabin Week Projects4:39 - Example of an 1950s Singer sewing machine 5:12 - Dial-up internet5:44 - Log Cabin traditional quilt blocks 8:18 - Totem collection by Cabrini 9:56 - Watercolor10:57 - Joann's Fabrics 12:26 - Lunar New Year animal, dog 12:58 - Chihuahua 13:20 and 13:26 - Applique13:59 - Freezer paper14:17 - Fusible webbing 14:22 and 14:30 - Pellon 805, Wonder Under14:23 - Pellon 14:50 - Pellon 805, Wonder Under16:19 and 16:33 - Konica Minolta16:31 - Pellon 16:59 - Fusible webbing17:33 - Applique17:40 - Piecing 17:50 and 18:39 - Applique19:27 - Cabinet of Curiosities19:41 - Applique19:42 and 19:53 - Fusible Webbing 19:44 - Pellon 20:08 - 18mm rotary cutter22:54 - Alderwood Studio 22:57 - Alderwood Studio's Modern Makes boxes25:13 - The Golden Girls 25:15 - Hulu25:46 - Kona Cotton 25:52 - Kona Cotton in Rich Red26:08 - Rashida Coleman Hale26:14 - Charley Harper26:19 - Valley Fabric26:21 - Northampton 26:49 - The Muppets27:21 - Aurifil Threads29:09 - Libs Elliot (check out episode 8 to learn more about her)29:20 - Cabrini‘s Mama quilt29:23 - Camille Gressier's Mama drawing 29:26 - Camille Gressier's Instagram (@camille_gressier)30:57 - Banjo 30:59 - Kungfu31:27 - Tai chi 31:53 - Watercolor painting 32:22 - Emma Shipley (@emmajshipley)32:39 - Emily Vanhoff (@emilyvanhoff)32:59 - Entropies (@entropies)33:39 - Alderwood Studio Follow Cabrini: instagram - @cabinweekprojectshttps://cabinweekprojects.com/Follow us:Amanda: @broadclothstudio https://broadclothstudio.com/Wendy: @the.weekendquilter https://the-weekendquilter.com/Anna: @waxandwanestudiohttps://www.waxandwanestudio.com/Quilt Buzz: @quilt.buzzhttps://quiltbuzzpodcast.com/Intro/Outro Music:Golden Hour by Vlad Gluschenko

London Real
Richard Muirhead - Why Web 3.0 Matters and How Europe is Catching Up In the Blockchain Sector

London Real

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 80:23


Watch the Full Episode for FREE:  https://londonreal.tv/richard-muirhead-why-web-3-0-matters-and-how-europe-is-catching-up-in-the-blockchain-sector/ 

Love to Sew Podcast
Episode 191: What I Wish I Knew When I Started Sewing

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 70:32


What is the one thing you wish you knew when you started sewing? In this episode, Love to Sew listeners share the hard-earned advice they wish they had when they were new sewists - and Helen and Caroline commentate! Show Notes

Love to Sew Podcast
Episode 190: Mystical Stitches with Christi Johnson

Love to Sew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 71:27


Christi Johnson is a textile artist and teacher. We talk with her about mystical empowerment through wearable embroidery, clothing vs. fashion, and her new book! Show Notes