What's your favorite spinning podcast??

I would like to know what your favorite spinning podcasts are. Truthfully, I have gotten to the point where so many podcasts are people just “killing time” on their video, nattering on and on about things that are totally time wasters for me. I like to be learning something and thus the hunt for podcasts that are helpful and enjoyable. I don’t want to hear all about their kids’ baseball games, what they did over the holidays, or such. Not that those things aren’t important–they ARE important, but when I want to watch a podcast about spinning (or anything fiber-related), I want to watch it to learn new techniques (or skill up on old ones) and to be motivated to spin (or dye fiber or knit, etc).

One of my favorite spinning podcasts is done by a British gal and she does a good job of showing things she learned. Granted, she does sometimes do podcasts about her forays into the fiber events and what she bought, but I still find them interesting because they are about the fiber and what she intends to do with them. Her YouTube Channel is called Tiny Fiber Studio and her very first podcast (done in 2017) is linked below and explains a bit of her purpose behind her podcast.

I definitely subscribe to Tiny Fibre Studio and enjoy that very much.

Here is another, Rachel Smith’s Wool n’ Spinning (all about handspinning and using our handspun in our knitting, etc.) here: https://www.youtube.com/user/rsmith614/videos

Also wonderful to watch is Josefin Waltin, who teaches spinning in Sweden and online. Here is her channel: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=josefin+waltin

Both have blogs and Patreon communities, so there is much more than just the YouTube videos.

I also have learned a lot from The Natural Spinner, but she hasn’t posted anything new lately. https://www.youtube.com/user/thenaturalspinner/videos

Another that I would like see more posts from is SoulfulSpinning: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=soulful+spinning

All of these focus more on spinning than on random discussion. Hope others will post their finds as well.

Thank you, @Carlota --I look forward to checking those out! Sounds like some fun watching time ahead. I love to watch them while on the treadmill or while knitting or spinning. I hope too more people will post their favorites!

Update–I just subscribed to all of them (I actually apparently had subscribed to Rachel Smith’s earlier but forgot about it!); they all look interesting and I foresee a lot of treadmill time and spinning time in my future!