A Handmade Day Podcast - Episode 2

Friday, October 21, 2016
Hello, hello...

Okay, so as it turns out, I quite like this video-podcasty-thingy. So much so that I'm officially turning my 'Ask Jen' series into a little podcast of my own, with 'Ask Jen' becoming a segment of it.

Podcasting is such a great, easy and quick way for me to share completed projects that I've not had the time to photograph (most of my personal sewing/general 'handmadie-ness' is made for a very specific purpose these days and therefore, is usually put to use virtually straight away - ain't no time to take a pretty photo!).

My podcast is officially called A Handmade Day! It'll be one of those crafty podcasts, featuring sewing, knitting, baking, gardening and pretty much anything that could be considered 'handmade' that catches my fancy. I'll talk about current WIP's, finished projects and up and coming personal projects, as well as a look into current sewing pattern designs, where I get my ideas and, more than likely, a stash/sewing room tour.

In today's episode, I'm talking about up and coming patterns, as well as giving you a little insight into my latest pattern, The Ivy Pinafore.

I'm hoping to publish A Handmade Day at least once a month, but depending on time and what I have on that month, fortnightly could also happen.

Sewing tutorials will still be a thing, but I've popped them onto their own playlist, to keep them seperate.

I hope you enjoy this new episode and please do subscribe to my channel so that you never miss an episode. Next time, I'm going to be delving into finished projects and current WIP's - knitting is probably going to feature heavily (of course, now that we're heading into summer, all I want to do knit!).

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