Knitted Paradise E17: Product vs. Process Knitting

Aloha and welcome to the Knitted Paradise podcast where the needles are clicking and the yarn is squishy. My name is Lucia and this is a (mostly) weekly podcast where I share my knitting and thoughts related to knitting. I’m…

Knitted Paradise E17: Product vs. Process Knitting

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Aloha and welcome to the Knitted Paradise podcast where the needles are clicking and the yarn is squishy. My name is Lucia and this is a (mostly) weekly podcast where I share my knitting and thoughts related to knitting. I’m from Hawaii so the sections are Pacific island themed. Come join me for an adventure in a knitted paradise!
You can find me online as PearlofthePacific or my website www.pearlofthepacific.info.

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On the Island
Spring Forward by Linda Welch out of Lorna’s Laces Solemate in South Shore

Minion by Stana D. Sortor out of Highland Handmades Mountain Maple Sock in Divi and other scraps

Smaug Socks by Claire Ellen out of Three Irish Girls Adorn Sock in Marmalade

Set Sail
Flocked Sock by Sara Morris out of Lorna’s Laces Solemate in Pocket Square

Godric’s Hollow Hat by Rebecca Beam out of Fibre Company Canopy Worsted

Flora and Fauna and From my Hale
Product vs. Process — I am definitely a product knitter. I knit for the finished product. I buy yarn with specific patterns in mind. But I still enjoy the process and it really helps me be calm and focused. It also helps me process thoughts. I need to keep busy with my hands and I don’t like not being productive so knitting helps a lot with both of those.

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