Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Episode 70 - Menswear

Some news from web:
My Sewing Circle
Make this Look
Sew Weekly

Pattern site

Kwik Sew 2845 reviews



Jeremy Hot Patterns is the interview

13 comments:

Lynneb said...

Jeremy and Trudy are adorable. And while I could never get JR out of his Levi's, I will always look to Hotpatterns for some of my favorite things to sew. LOVE them!

MySummerTouch said...

Hi Lori! I haven't listen to your new podcast yet, because i have a very bad internet connection, but i'm sure it is very enjoyable, as always. I just got the idea for your podcast, what about sewing for children? I recall only one of your episode like that, but it was sewing company for babies. I think you can make an interview with the owner of http://indietutes.blogspot.com/, she is an independent designer and has her etsy shop, if I'm not mistaken. I would listen to your stories about your sewing and watch the pictures with your girls when they were little, maybe you can post something like flashback.Thank you for what you're doing!

MySummerTouch said...

http://theslapdashsewist.blogspot.com/search/label/podcast
Here is another sewing podcast, I thought you will be interested in hearing it

Leah said...

Just watched their video... it was great... So excited for men's wear jeans!

Megan said...

Lori,

The podcasts keep getting better and better. This one was especially GREAT, with both the suggested new websites at the beginning and the interview. I'm so interested in starting my own business and loved hearing a little more about the business side of a sewing/fashion-based small company.

Thank you!!!!

Donna G. said...

Hi Lori! I loved this podcast! The interview with Jeremy was terrific and I can't wait to see the jeans pattern. I've sewn pants for my husband, although they weren't a stylish jean. I always enjoy hearing about what you're sewing. Look forward to the next podcast!

Anne LO said...

It was great to have a man on the podcast!

Yet another great podcast from you. It's just a shame that Jeremy said "just like you talked with Trudy about" more than once - I mean, it's 39 podcasts and more than three years ago that you interviewed her. :-)

Birdie said...

Another great podcast, thank you. I'm excited to hear that Hotpatterns has done a men's jeans pattern - my husband bought several items from (shudder) A&F while away for work last year, and they're already falling apart. My plan is to move from making clothes for myself and the children to making them for the whole family, and Hotpatterns is a company I'm comfortable with for tackling new ground.

Melissa said...

Oh it was so fun listening to Jeremy and his fabulous accent! I would love to be entered into the men's jeans pattern drawing, with three growing boys and daddy, it is sure to come in handy around here. Off to join you on FB! :-)

Renata said...

Lori- I loved this episode and now I love it even more, because my husband asked if I was going to enter for the drawing. He was really intrested the kit Jeremy spoke, like the idea of all the hardware and fabric. I would love to make this as a gift for him, if I won. Also he really enjoyed the podcast with Jermey. I've been listerning to your podcast for a few weeks now and last night was the first time we were both into the podcast.

Beth said...

I've made one pair of jeans for myself and would love to make a pair for my husband. I would love a hot pattern to do so!

Anne LO said...

Oh, I must have missed out that you want to know who the winner would like to sew for. I'll sew a pair for my husband - he just can't imagine what I should sew for him so he never has any requests unless I showe it down his throat. But a pair of jeans would set him off - he wear jeans every day.

Maxine said...

Hi Lori
How great to hear a chap chatting about sewing. Although with so many of the top designers being men, I don't know where they are all hiding :) Fantastic podcast, as always and great topic. It's so hard to find cool things to make for men. Not everyone wants to wear a waistcoat or pyjamas! I'd love to make the jeans for my wonderful hubby. We've had some rough times with my health and just life over the past few years and he is my rock. I'd love to be able to make something like this for him x