Find Creative and Artistic Inspiration from 2019's Best Crafting Podcasts and Interviews

Best Podcasts 2019 - Creative and Artistic Inspiration for Crafting Metal, Paper, and Clay - CRAFTCAST with Alison Lee

Best Podcasts 2019 - Creative and Artistic Inspiration for Crafting Metal, Paper, and Clay

CRAFTCAST with Alison Lee was first heard in March, 2006. Since then there have been almost 1 million downloads. Host Alison Lee talks to a well-known artist in their field and gets right down to the how, what and why behind each artist's works. Thousands of listeners have written in to share how listening in to Alison's interviews has sparked creative and artistic inspiration in their work. From paper to metal clay crafts and creations, Alison surely inspires creativity to her listeners. As Alison says at the end of every show, "Get Your Butt in the Chair and Keep Crafting!"

Harriete Estel Berman uses post consumer, recycled materials to construct artwork, jewelry to sculpture with social commentary.

I am a self taught metal artist, and a certified Mig welder. I started designing modern metal furniture in 2004.

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Jennifer Lee is the founder of Artizen Coaching, a certified coach, author, artist, and yogini who believes in living life in full color.

Marlene True is a metalsmith, obsessive collector of tin cans, curiosities and other ephemera.  Not tied to traditional materials in her jewelry, she is a self proclaimed 'material girl'.

Christine Kane is known as the Mentor to Women Who are Changing the World.

Kate McKinnon has written five books on jewelry making and metalsmithing, beginning in 2003 with her popular self-published Project Workbook, which focused on professional solutions for strung and

Mark Lipinski is an international quilt teacher and quilt fabric designer and creator and former Executive Editor of Quilter's Home magazine.

Nicky Epstein is a knitting designer and author of numerous books on knitting.

Cathie Filian grew up in the Midwest and has been getting crafty since she can remember. “I began sewing at 8 years old and my love of stitching followed me all the way to Ohio State.

As a modern day renaissance man, Jennings’ perspective on lifestyle is as much about form and function as it is about individual distinction.

Doug Fischer is a Leader of executive development programs and consultant in the US and internationally.

Jennifer Kalled has been designing jewelry since she first learned her craft in Arizona in the mid-70's. Her love of colored stone came out of her Southwestern experience.