Sew What?

Isabella Rosner

A podcast all about historic needlework and the gals who stitched it, hosted by your local historic needlework expert, Isabella Rosner.

RSN at the Fashion and Textile Museum: An Interview with Dennis NothdruftNew London Needlework Reexamined: An Interview with Lynne Zacek BassettStitching A Better World: An Interview with Stephanie Valencia of the Social Justice Sewing AcademyFlax and Finger Weaving: Māori Woven TextilesResilient Stitching, Then and Now: An Interview with Claire Wellesley-SmithBattle, Ritual, and Community: Asafo Flags of the Fante PeopleEmbroidery and the Body: An Interview with Rowan RileyJapanese Mending and Stitching: Sashiko and BoroStitching Girls and Cup Noodles: An Interview with Jessica TangSew What? Holiday Special: Familial NeedleworkCurating Needlework at Regional Museums: An Interview with Claire McReeProtecting Needlework from Pests: An Interview with Joel VoronHistoric Rugs and Carpets: An Interview with Elisabeth ParkerMolas of the Kuna: A Central and South American Indigenous Textile TraditionHistoric Embroidery in Mexico: An Interview with Mayela FloresGeography and Needlework in the American South: An Interview with Emily WellsThat's All, Folk: Eastern European Folk Dress TraditionsThe British Textile Biennial and Beyond: An Interview with Amber ButchartSew What? Season 3 TrailerConserving Historic Needlework: An Interview with Gretchen Guidess and Jackie Peterson-Grace