The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 5: Episode 16 – Crafting a Craft Space

When you get to create an entire space just for your craft work, it’s a luxury and also a bit overwhelming. But that won’t stop us from talking about drawers, built-ins, cutting tables, and pegboards!

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 5: Episode 15 – Our Corniest Episode Ever

If you’ve already supported us: Thank you! You’re the best, and totally the reason that we can continue to grow our podcast and produce even more fun crafting-related content! Everybody wins!

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 5: Episode 14 – Tools and Projects to Show Your True Colors

We never get tired of talking about color, but this time around, it’s about some helpful color tools and the types of color projects that are especially fun or challenging.

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 5: Episode 13 – This Just in! Crafts are Making Headlines

In this episode, we’re searching for ways that our favorite crafting techniques are showing up in the news.

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 5: Episode 12 – Be Still, Our Beading Hearts!

Beads in embroidery have us learning about all kinds of styles and techniques we’ve never tried. But you know we want to!

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 5: Episode 11 – DIY, Home Decorating Edition

We’ve been planning and working on more home decor. This time it’s Victorian upholstery and IKEA curtains!

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 5: Episode 10 – She’s a Grand Old Flag…Maker

It’s time to talk about America’s founding sewist, Betsy Ross. And if you’ve ever wondered what it takes to make an official flag, 1812 style, we’ve got you covered.

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 5: Episode 09 – Go, Go Gadget Needlecraft!

We don’t need these cool tools, but they sure are fun and we definitely want them. Prepare to add some new gadgets to your craft arsenal!

The Very Serious Crafts Podcast, Season 5: Episode 08 – Through the (Stained) Looking Glass

Starting with a walk down craft kit memory lane and making our way to highly skilled artisans, we’re admiring all the techniques and materials for stained glass. And would you believe we have some styles we don’t like?

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