Society & Culture:Personal Journals
In this episode I share my musings on the distinction we often make between product and process knitting. And prompted by a recent sewing product, I pay homage to the engineering that goes into pattern design. I finish up by sharing some inspiring gems. Oh, and my opinionated feline makes a cameo appearance too.
There is also a Ravelry Group for the podcast.
Show notes can be found at: Mrs M's Curiosity Cabinet. Since recording the podcast, there's some new information about a couple of things I talk about (including a discount code) so I would recommend checking out the show notes.
Episode 16: Of novelty, curiosity and inspiration
Episode 14: Of natural shades, trousers and foraging delights
Episode 13: In conversation with the Knitting Monk
Episode 12: Reflections on community, the wool sector, change and colour.
Episode 11: Of Jacob, nettle fibre and tool making
Episode 10: Of patterns, fitting and agency
Episode 9: Of treats and books
Episode 8: Wardrobe engineering and Folk Fashion
Episode 7: Of pantries and savouring
Episode 6: Waste, experimenting and playing
Episode 5: A hybrid control pair, affordability and cracking the bodice
Episode 4: Sock engineering and bioregional making
Episode 3: Lessons from the sewing room, comfort knits and knitting, and another kind of fibre craft (Re-loaded)
Episode 2: A sock experiment, the Craft of Use and a spot of kitchen alchemy.
Episode 1: Who, why and EYF 2017
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