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Showing posts from June, 2018

Ep 006 - Minisode: JHart and Good Boy Ivan Interview

This is the first minisode episode where Pannon interviews a cosplayer and they both talk about events in the community. This week meet JHart Designs and Ivan at Project Akon in Texas as they talk about cosplay handlers, photoshoots, and more!

Joshua and Ivan also talk about Cosplay and Consent as well as share some epic Cosplay Horror Stories. Don;t forget to share yours by contacting us or e-mail at CosplayStitchAndSeam @

Keep up the amazing creations you lovely listeners!

Love you all,
The Stitch and Seam Team

Music by Maycey Roberts

Sound Editing by David Jeffress

Cosplay First Steps and Advice

Cosplay can be a very intimidating hobby to get into. We asked the community on Facebook to share advice on how to get your first steps in cosplay and we got a wonderful response. I hope their advice is helpful to those wishing to give this hobby a shot.

Share your first time convention stories or advice for beginners in the comments. You can also join the Stitch and Seam Facebook Group and contribute to episodes.

Speaking of contributing to episode, this week's Cosplay Horror Stories are from our awesome listeners Cassini Closet and LaVieve Cosplay. If you would like to hear us regale your horror story please send us an e-mail at CosplayStitchAndSeam @ or go to our contact page and fill out the form.

Bonus!! Need tickets to Sale Lake Gaming con in July? Use the code "STITCH" at checkout and get 30% off your ticket price. Code expires July 1st.

As always, thank you for listening. We love our listeners!
- the Stitch and Seam Team

Podcast Ep. 003 - Nihon Matsuri and the Cosplay Judges

This is our first live episode with a live audience... of about 5 people, but it still counts! Pannon and VFire are joined by Rennagade and Tatsue Cosplay as judges for the Nihon Matsuri Cosplay contest. Huzzah for guest episodes! (EDIT: Episode has been updated with bloopers at the end.)

The Japanese Festival, Nihon Matsuri, celebrates Japanese culture from old to new traditions and activities. It is a really fun experience and incredibly educational as it shows how much the Japanese community has had an effect on downtown Salt Lake City.

Keep creating the impossible! - the Stitch and Seam Team