Thursday, April 28, 2011

Episode 66 - Four Years in Review

This episode is a look back at the four years of the Sew Forth Now Podcast. I talk about interviews, sewing, topics and little mishaps along the way. Also, what I am sewing and listen to the end to hear abou the prizes for the anniversary.

Thank you all for your support over the years and your future support.



17 comments:

Isabelle said...

Congratulations on the podcast's 4th anniversary! This is such an asset to our sewing community.

I believe my favourite episode was number 31 - the interview with Trudy of Hot Patterns.

Here's to many other years of Sew Forth Now! Thank you so much for doing this.

HowSewBlogger said...

I always look forward to the next episode of your podcasts! Thanks very much for doing them!

My favorite episode was Episode 19 with Sandra Betzina. It gave my sewing such a boost of energy.

Congratulations on the anniversary! Looking forward to listening to many many more of your podcasts.

Ms.Alethia said...

Congratulations and thanks for sharing with us!
I'm a subscriber to your RSS feed on my website: www.sewmuchtalent.com.
May you have many,many more years to share with us. Again, thanks!

a.k.a. Mesewlot

Terri_A said...

Thanks Lori:-) We have all learned a lot from your podcasts. I look forward to them all.

Lynneb said...

Lori, I have told you this before, but your podcast was a real blessing to me when I began, after many years, to sew clothing again. i was so excited to listen to every episode...I went to bed at night listening to your voice for many weeks! It was like there was a whole new and exciting world of sewing that I could be a part of now! One of my favorites, just like Isabelle, was Trudy at Hotpatterns. Thank you again for your commitment to sharing sewing information!

Anonymous said...

I love this podcast you always get me motivated to try new sewing projects. I adore the bags and quilting pieces, you have shown. Enjoyed hearing about the various on line fabric shops. The guest told the likes and dislikes about her favorites. Looking forward to the next four years and beyond Congradulations. And thanks for all your work on the podcast.

Jan K.

Megan said...

Hi Lori,
My favorite episodes are #33 - sharing the gift of sewing, and #54 - finding the time. I've listened to #54 multiple times over the past year. And #33 is inspiring, because while I am not a teenager, I am relatively new to sewing. It's nice to hear others with same excitement I have for sewing but without my self-doubt! I also always enjoy the segment "what I am sewing" in general, and I've never heard a bad interview, either. Thanks so much for putting this together. I hope you'll continue to do this for years to come!

Dinah said...

Congratulations, Lori! I've been listening from the beginning and loved every episode. I don't know that I could actually pick one favorite. I've always enjoyed Anne from Needle Nook Fabrics... enjoyed Sandra Betzina of course... the list goes on and on. I'm always excited when I see a new episode come into my iTunes library :) Thank you for all the inspiration and I look forward to many more episodes!

Donna G. said...

Congratulations Lori! I've enjoyed every one of your podcasts, and one of my favorites was the interview with Sandra Betzina. I've taken a class from her and she's absolutely delightful. However, my very favorite part of all the podcasts is your detailing and discussion of what you're sewing. It's always "sew" inspiring! Keep up your excellent work!

Judi said...

Lori, I just recently found your podcast and I am playing "catch up" on your episodes. I have to say that my favorite episode is #61 Online Fabric Shopping. Currently, our city has only 1 fabric shop: Joann's. I really like them but the fabric costs can be higher. (I remember when it was less expensive to sew than purchase clothes.) Anyway, I have been hesitant on purchasing fabric online. So, thanks!

Anne K. said...

Lori - Congratulations on this great milestone! I really enjoyed the trip down memory lane and while I've listened to every episode, I want to now go back and catch some of the "reruns" again!

It's tough to pinpoint a specific lesson I've picked up, because I've learned so much from you. I have always loved the "what's new on the Web" segments and specific pattern recommendations!

And of course, you also inspired me to get into podcasting!

Thanks so much for bringing us along on this wonderful creative journey!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Lori! Your podcast was the first one I listened to when I started sewing. Very inspirational.
Thanks so much.

Kathy W said...

Lori, I am so glad you keep this podcast going. Sounds like it was a lot of work to get the 'bugs out, but your recordings are great. I enjoy all the episodes- love your interviews. And your descriptions of what you have been sewing really does inspire me.
Kathy

Anne LO said...

Dear Lori! I have been thinking for more than a week about my favorite podcast. I like so many of them. Listening to you for the last three years (I joined the party late) has really expanded my sewing mindset and all that and I enjoy re-hearing your podcasts. My favorite ones are the ones with the enthusiastic interviewees and the ones on time to sew and sewing on a budget.

I hope you still enjoy making the podcasts - you do really great work and I always look forward to next episode.

(And it was a good thing to take out the music back then. :-)

Elaray said...

Thank you, Lori, for sticking with the podcast for four years! I really enjoy listening and I've learned lots. I especially enjoy your interviews with sewing celebrities! You've been able to get some big names and I look forward to what you have in store for the future! Congratulations!

Marcela said...

Congratulations Lori! My favorite part is listening to the projects that you are working on or have done. It just makes me feel like I'm catching up with a friend who is filling me in on her latest projects. Thanks!

Melissa said...

I am WAY late to the party (we've been on vacation), but congrats on 4 years!!! I look forward to each episode, so please continue to produce them. :-)