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Updated On: Jul 18, 2022
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Knitting Nerdcast The Knitting Nerdcast is where host and knitting-magazine editor Hannah Baker gets together with passionate crafty friends to nerd out about oddly specific knitting-related topics. In the first season, Hannah and friends nerd out about knitting on TV shows, knitting in works of art, lace knitting, and the knitting community. Get curious with Hannah and friends on the Knitting Nerdcast podcast!
Knits Up? For the new to intermediate knitter. Yarns, Patterns, & good knitting music.
Knit Actually Podcast - Knit Actually Podcast Becky podcasts about knitting from her home in Colorado's front range. Regular segments include recently finished knits, work in progress, experiments in yarn dyeing, and knitwear design
VeryPink Knits - Knitting Q and A VeryPink Knits, the companion podcast to the VeryPink Knits YouTube channel, focused on answering your knitting questions. With Staci Perry and Casey Bernard.
Knit Picks' Podcast Find camaraderie and understanding as Knit Picks employees confess to their own knitting triumphs and complete blunders. Does any of this sound familiar? If so, tune in weekly for the further adventures of the gang at Knit Picks and any other knitters we can round up.
Encourage Better: Knitting Adventures In Alaska If knitting is your go-to creative refuge, the place you craft your best self, but somedays stitching solo on the sofa feels a bit empty and lackluster, turn on this podcast! Encourage Better takes you to Kodiak Island, Alaska---the knitting adventure capital of the world...ok, that is my take on it and not 100% official, but still entirely accurate. Trek up mountain peaks, stand along the shore, and romp among the forest of spruce trees *all through your earbuds*! Tips, tricks, and tales every episode Encourage Better is the must-listen-to-podcast to kickstart your knitting mojo and broaden your smile! To read and see more visit: https://www.encouragebetter.com

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The Best Writing Podcasts To Spruce Up Your Storytelling Listen in to some of the best writing podcasts out there. Whether you’re stuck on revising a short story or having trouble plotting out your next novel, pick up some writing inspiration by listening in to fellow writers discuss some tips, tricks, and personal anecdotes all about the craft of writing. Vurbl How-to Audio
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Creating something from nothing with Sylvia Watts-Cherry Sylvia Watts-Cherry is a knitwear designer and teacher who is probably best known for her colourful intarsia designs. I love listening to other people talk about knitting, and was really drawn to Sylvia's description of her Paragon sweater design as being a 'happy knit' and the idea that intarsia feels therapeutic for her as she doesn't have time to think....something I relate to!I also loved hearing Sylvia speak about a different way in which knitting has been therapeutic for her, in allowing her a way of exploring and connecting to her African heritage, by taking inspiration from African jewellery and artefacts for her knitwear designs.Sylvia Watts-CherryInstagram: @withcherriesontoptooRavelry: Sylvia Watts-CherryMia HobbsWebsite: therapeuticknitting.orgPatreon: Why I Knit PodcastInstagram: @knittingistherapeutic
Something beautiful in every day with Dr Jen Unwin Dr Jen Unwin is a clinical and health psychologist who after retiring from her NHS role is now working with people with food addictions. She is a lifelong knitter who has herself found that knitting is an important part of her own self-care and because of this has also used knitting to benefit others as part of her work.You can find out more:Dr Jen UnwinInstagram: @Jen_unwinTwitter: @jen_unwinDr Mia Hobbswebsite: therapeuticknitting.orgPatreon: Why I Knit PodcastInstagram: @knittingistherapeutic
Creating something meaningful with Eileen Jack Eileen has been a knitter since she was a child, but returned to it recently during a challenging time in her life. She discovered a new love for knitting and has now started to create her own designs. Eileen speaks about how knitting has been a form of self-expression, and how she rarely keeps the things she knits, but she loves planning the perfect gift for someone....even if she has never met them.Eileen JackInstagram: @cniotaillaimhe - follow the link in Eileen's bio to buy her patterns on Ravelry or PayhipMia Hobbswebsite: therapeuticknitting.orgJoin our Patreon community: Why I Knit on PatreonInstagram: @knittingistherapeuticMentioned in this episode:Creative Restoration RetreatCome and join us at the Creative Restoration retreat
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Knitting is just something just for me with Liz McNeil This week I am joined by Liz McNeil. Liz is a knitting coach who works for Knit Chats where she helps knitters with their knitting dilemmas and teaches classes about different techniques. Liz speaks about how knitting has helped her through the challenges of having small children, when finding tiny pockets of time for herself was particularly difficult. She also speaks about how knitting allowed her to access a community despite her frequent house moves. Liz speaks about the following patterns:Turtle knits Picky pants Ravelry: Picky Pants pattern by Theresa BelvilleBee keeper quilt Ravelry:the beekeeper's quilt pattern by tiny owl knitsLiz McNeilInstagram: @weelittleknitterInstagram: @KnitChats Mia HobbsWebsite: therapeuticknitting.orgInstagram: @knittingistherapeuticPatreon: Why I Knit Podcast is creating A podcast about how knitting benefits our well-being | PatreonCome to our retreat on 1st October for GPs in London: Creative Restoration
Knitting for compassion, connection and creativity with Dr Paula Redmond Dr Paula Redmond is a clinical psychologist who specialises in working with healthcare professionals who have experienced burnout or workplace trauma. Paula and I met through the world of psychology, and I was delighted to meet another clinical psychologist who knits, and also speaks about creativity, including knitting, in her work. Paula speaks about her personal journey with knitting and how it benefits her mental wellbeing, as well as how she believes it can be helpful to her clients.Dr Paula RedmondWebsite: Paularedmond.comLinkedIn: Paula RedmondFacebook: Paula RedmondTwitter: Paula RedmondDr Mia HobbsWebsite: therapeuticknitting.orgInstagram: @knittingistherapeuticPatreon: Why I Knit PodcastMentioned in this episode:Creative Restoration RetreatCome and join us at the Creative Restoration retreat
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The origins of Project Knitwell with Carol Caparosa Although Carol Caprosa doesn't consider herself to be an 'expert knitter' she, along with the many volunteers working on behalf of Project Knitwell have brought the gift of knitting to thousands of people during stressful times in their lives.It was amazing to hear the origin story of Project Knitwell, how returning to knitting when her daughter was very unwell as a newborn baby gave Carol the idea of teaching other people in hospital to knit.Carol CaparosaTo find out more about Project Knitwell: Welcome! - Project KnitwellMia HobbsTo find out more about therapeutic knitting visit my website: therapeuticknitting.orgFollow me on Instagram: @knittingistherapeuticTo find out more about our retreat for GPs on 1st October visit Creative restorationMentioned in this episode:Creative Restoration RetreatCome and join us at the Creative Restoration retreat
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Storytelling in Knitting with Karie Westermann It was such a pleasure to meet Karie and speak to her about how she learned to knit and dressmake out of necessity as a very young child in rural Denmark. Then many years later, knitting helped her to recover from a serious illness and returning to it eventually lead to her career as a knitwear designer, teacher and writer.I loved hearing about the importance of storytelling in Karie's designs, and particularly the way she talks about knitting as agency.Karie mentions her Doggerland collectionKarie Westermannkariebookish.netInstagram: @kariebookishMia Hobbstherapeuticknitting.orgInstagram: @knittingistherapeuticIf you are interested in the Creative Restoration retreat for GPs on 1st October please visit Creative Restoration to find out more information and to book your space.Mentioned in this episode:Creative Restoration RetreatCome and join us at the Creative Restoration retreat
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Trailer Series 3 Series 3 is coming on 23rd June!I am so looking forward to sharing another series of 6 conversations with knitters, designers and even another psychologist.You can catch up on all the previous episodes at the website: Podcast | Why I Knit Podcast (therapeuticknitting.org)Mentioned in this episode:Creative Restoration RetreatCome and join us at the Creative Restoration retreat
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Knitting for a sense of achievement with Liz O'Riordan CW: discussion of cancer, loss of fertility and depressionLiz O'Riordan is a breast surgeon who has herself experienced cancer, twice. She now works as a speaker, author and podcaster providing high quality and accessible information about cancer from her expertise as both a doctor and a patient.Liz is also a lifelong knitter and more recently a sewer. Although Liz said that she often thinks that knitting is 'just something I do', throughout our conversation it becomes clear that knitting has accompanied Liz through some difficult times in her life and provided her with a sense of achievement, of comfort and a way of showing affection to her loved ones.You can find out more about Liz's work at her website Follow Liz on Twitter or InstagramFind out more about the podcast and therapeutic knitting at the website where you can also sign up to the newsletter.Follow Mia on Instagram
The magic of turning an idea into reality with Clare Mountain-Manipon Clare is a knitting pattern designer and design mentor. She learned to knit as a teenager and studied knitwear design but after working in the commercial fashion industry has found her niche designing patterns and helping other people learn to make their designs into reality. It was great to hear the perspective of a pattern designer, as Clare loves being able to turn her ideas into tangible objects. Find out more about Clare at her website: Sister MountainFollow her on Instagram @sistermountainFind out more about the podcast and therapeutic knitting at my websiteFollow Mia on Instagram @knittingistherapeutic
Knitting in cancer care with Susan Yaguda TW: Cancer and bereavementSusan Yaguda is passionate about knitting as a form self-care. She is an oncology nurse who has used knitting with both staff and patients at the Cancer Institute in Charlotte, North Carolina. These have included setting up a knitting group for people who are receiving chemotherapy and developing a study into whether knitting can help with the symptoms of 'chemobrain' (problems with memory and thinking after chemotherapy). We also speak about the importance of supporting health care staff particularly since the pandemic, and the potential for offering knitting as a self-care intervention to prevent burnout.You can find the full transcript for this episode on the blog.You can follow Susan on Instagram @knitforhealthFind out more about Project KnitwellFind out more about the podcast at the websiteFollow Mia on Instagram @knittingistherapeutic
The power of colour with Milli Abrams It was an absolute pleasure to speak to Milli about her relationship with knitting. Right now she is the owner of Tribe Yarns, a yarn shop in Richmond-upon-Thames in London but she has also circumnavigated the globe on a yacht with her family and worked with Richard Branson as his CFO. Knitting has been a constant through all her adventures.Milli also has a qualification in Applied Colour Psychology, and I really enjoyed learning about the theory behind how different colours can impact our mood and energy levels. Since experiencing Hurricane Irma, Milli tries not to become attached to material possessions, so she is also the ultimate process knitter! She is not afraid of ripping back to make something exactly the way she wants it, Milli rarely keeps her own knits, and never knits the same thing twice.....this includes socks!You can see the full transcript for this episode on the blog.You can follow Milli on Instagram at @tribeyarnslifeWebsite: Tribe YarnsFollow Mia on Instagram @knittingistherapeuticWebsite: Therapeutic Knitting
The magic of creating with Casey Bernard This week I was excited to be joined by Casey Bernard, who is one half of the Very Pink Knits podcast. I have listened to this podcast for several years now and particularly enjoy the conversations that Casey and Staci have about the differences between them and their relationship to their knitting and the dilemma of 'process versus project' knitting.To find the full transcript see the Captivate playerTo follow Casey on Instagram: @kc.knitsHer website is: kcknits.comFollow Mia: @knittingistherapeuticWebsite: www.therapeuticknitting.org
Crafting a connection to self and others with Nasreen Imrit Nasreen (also known as @sewcraftynaz on Instagram) is a multi-crafter and relatively new knitter. She joins me on the podcast to talk about how craft has allowed her to connect to her mother who died when she was very young, and to her children who have inherited her love of making. Nasreen also speaks about how making time for creativity is a really important part of her own self-care as a doctor and a parent of young children.View the transcript for this episode on the Captivate playerYou can follow the Nasreen on Instagram here: @sewcraftynazFollow the podcast on Instagram here: @knittingistherapeuticFind out more about the podcast and therapeutic knitting at the website
The Joy of Making with Meghan Fernandes and Lydia Gluck Series two is starting with another 'pinch me' moment as I am joined by Meghan Fernandes and Lydia Gluck, the founders and creative directors of Pom Pom magazine! As you'll hear, discovering Pom Pom inspired me to become a garment knitter, which has completely changed my relationship with the clothes I wear.It was such a pleasure to talk to Meghan and Lydia about their love of making and how this benefits their well-being on a daily basis.You can follow Pom Pom on Instagram @pompommagFollow Dr Mia Hobbs on instagram @knittingistherapeuticSign up to the therapeutic knitting newsletter and read the blog on the website herePatterns mentioned in this episode:Vellamo SweaterQuadrillion Sweater Vivo MittensThe Uncommon Thread Yarn
Why I Knit Series 2 Trailer The podcast is back for series two on Thursday 3rd March. I am really excited to share another series of interviews with brilliant guests all of whom believe that knitting plays an important role in their mental wellbeing.
Knitting for creative expression with Dana Williams-Johnson Ravelry:a_simmetrie pattern by cecilia floriAngelina pullover Ravelry:Angelina Pullover pattern by Mary Anne BenedettoLa bien Aimee La BienAimée (labienaimee.com)Why I Knit Podcast disclaimerFor the purpose of this disclaimer ‘We’ refers to Dr Mia Hobbs and the ‘Why I Knit’podcast.The views expressed in this podcast belong solely to the speaker and do not reflectthe views of Dr Mia Hobbs. The aim of the podcast is to explore the opinions and experiences of theinterviewees and not to disseminate factual information. We take noresponsibility for and do not verify any facts mentioned by interviewees on thepodcast and assume no liability for any of the views or statements made byinterviewees on the podcast. The podcast is designed for general use and is not designed to constituteprofessional advice or a professional service. We assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in thecontent of this podcast. The information contained in this site is provided onan "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy,usefulness or timeliness.The links to websites provided in the show notes are for information only and weassume no responsiblity for the websites accessed via these links. Some links provided may be affiliate links. These will be clearly marked ‘Affiliate links’. These links refer to products or service mentioned by my guests or myself in the podcast. If youclick on those links or purchase items through those links, I will earn acommission of the sale. You will not pay extra when buying products through thelinks provided on this website.
Knitting as a wellness tool with Lauren Brennan of Project Knitwell Project knitwell Welcome!- Project KnitwellTheHand by Frank R. Wilson: 9780679740476 | PenguinRandomHouse.com: BooksWoolly wormhead azula hat azula — Woolly WormheadDude sweater Ravelry: TheKnitter's Dude pattern by Andrea RangelStarting Point wrap Ravelry:Starting Point pattern by Joji LocatelliWhy I Knit Podcast disclaimerFor the purpose of this disclaimer ‘We’ refers to Dr Mia Hobbs and the ‘Why I Knit’podcast.The views expressed in this podcast belong solely to the speaker and do not reflectthe views of Dr Mia Hobbs. The aim of the podcast is to explore the opinions and experiences of theinterviewees and not to disseminate factual information. We take noresponsibility for and do not verify any facts mentioned by interviewees on thepodcast and assume no liability for any of the views or statements made byinterviewees on the podcast. The podcast is designed for general use and is not designed to constituteprofessional advice or a professional service. We assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in thecontent of this podcast. The information contained in this site is provided onan "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy,usefulness or timeliness.The links to websites provided in the show notes are for information only and weassume no responsiblity for the websites accessed via these links. Some links provided may be affiliate links. These will be clearly marked ‘Affiliate links’. These links refer to products or service mentioned by my guests or myself in the podcast. If youclick on those links or purchase items through those links, I will earn acommission of the sale. You will not pay extra when buying products through thelinks provided on this website.
Knitting as a security blanket with LJ of Rusty Ferret Yarn rustyferret (rustyferretyarn.co.uk)Blooming Brioche — XandyPetersRavelry: Summerislepattern by Karie WestermannOld Maiden Aunt YarnsLacetop Ravelry:Diafanía pattern by Camila Larsen Why I Knit Podcast disclaimerFor the purpose of this disclaimer ‘We’ refers to Dr Mia Hobbs and the ‘Why I Knit’podcast.The views expressed in this podcast belong solely to the speaker and do not reflectthe views of Dr Mia Hobbs. The aim of the podcast is to explore the opinions and experiences of theinterviewees and not to disseminate factual information. We take noresponsibility for and do not verify any facts mentioned by interviewees on thepodcast and assume no liability for any of the views or statements made byinterviewees on the podcast. Thepodcast is designed for general use and is not designed to constituteprofessional advice or a professional service. We assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in thecontent of this podcast. The information contained in this site is provided onan "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy,usefulness or timeliness.The links to websites provided in the show notes are for information only and weassume no responsiblity for the websites accessed via these links. Some links provided may be affiliate links. These will be clearly marked ‘Affiliate links’. These links refer to products or service mentioned by my guests or myself in the podcast. If you click on those links or purchase items through those links, I will earn a commission of the sale. You will not pay extra when buying products through the links provided on this website.
Therapeutic Knitting with Betsan Corkhill Stitchlinks website Stitchlinks.comKnitting equation KNITTINGEQUATION_June2015.pdf (stitchlinks.com)EMDR- EMDR:The basics - EMDR Association UK - Overcoming trauma with expert helpKnit for Health & Wellness(knitforhealthandwellness.com)Why I Knit Podcast disclaimerFor the purpose of this disclaimer ‘We’ refers to Dr Mia Hobbs and the ‘Why I Knit’podcast.The views expressed in this podcast belong solely to the speaker and do not reflectthe views of Dr Mia Hobbs. The aim of the podcast is to explore the opinions and experiences of theinterviewees and not to disseminate factual information. We take noresponsibility for and do not verify any facts mentioned by interviewees on thepodcast and assume no liability for any of the views or statements made byinterviewees on the podcast. Thepodcast is designed for general use and is not designed to constituteprofessional advice or a professional service. We assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in thecontent of this podcast. The information contained in this site is provided onan "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy,usefulness or timeliness.The links to websites provided in the show notes are for information only and weassume no responsiblity for the websites accessed via these links. Some links provided may be affiliate links. These will be clearly marked ‘Affiliate links’. These links referto products or service mentioned by my guests or myself in the podcast. If youlick on those links or purchase items through those links, I will earn acommission of the sale. You will not pay extra when buying products through thelinks provided on this website.
Knitting saved my life with James McIntosh TW: Homophobia, suicide and depression Mcintosh yarn at Deramores McIntosh – Deramores Erika knight men’s knits Men'sKnits A New Direction by Erika Knight - Yarn etc...Pussy hat project (including the critique that it is notinclusive for all races and gender identities) Pussyhat - WikipediaInformation on mindfulness: Mindfulness- NHS (www.nhs.uk)Evidence on mindfulness for depression: mindfulness depression | Search results page 1 | Evidence search | NICERavelry: HueShift Afghan pattern by Kerin Dimeler-LaurenceBetsan Corkhill Stitchlinks.comWhy I Knit Podcast disclaimerFor the purpose of this disclaimer ‘We’ refers to Dr Mia Hobbs and the ‘Why I Knit’podcast.The views expressed in this podcast belong solely to the speaker and do not reflectthe views of Dr Mia Hobbs. The aim of the podcast is to explore the opinions and experiences of theinterviewees and not to disseminate factual information. We take no responsibilityfor and do not verify any facts mentioned by interviewees on the podcast andassume no liability for any of the views or statements made by interviewees onthe podcast. The podcast is designed for general use and is not designed to constituteprofessional advice or a professional service. We assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in thecontent of this podcast. The information contained in this site is provided onan "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy,usefulness or timeliness.The links to websites provided in the show notes are for information only and weassume no responsiblity for the websites accessed via these links. Some links provided may be affiliate links. These will be clearly marked ‘Affiliate links’. These links refer to products or service mentioned by my guests or myself in the podcast. If you click on those links or purchase items through those links, I will earn a commission of the sale. You will not pay extra when buying products through the links provided on this website.
Knitting for Colour and Challenge with Atia Azmi Atia's website is www.thebrightblooms.comThe Bright Blooms - Creative living inLondonThe Uncut podcast: Uncut PodcastYsolda Ysolda | modernknitting patterns | free tutorials | online workshopsRavelry RavelryKnitty.com Content: Knitty.com - Deep Fall 2021Penguono sweater by Stephen West Penguono (gumroad.com)Holiday slipover by petite knit HolidaySlipover – PetiteKnitPoet sweater Sari Nordlund Ravelry: Poet pattern bySari NordlundDragonflies sweater Joji Locatelli Ravelry:Dragonflies Jumper pattern by Joji LocatelliThe Plumpy Shawl by Andrea Mowry Plumpy — Drea Renee Knits HHF - Luxury HandDyed Yarns – Hedgehog FibresCartography sweater by Tin Can Kits Cartography pattern |Tin Can KnitsScout Shawl by Florence Spurling ScoutShawl – Florence Spurling Studio (shopflorencespurling.com)Knitty.com’s Forecast Sweater Knitty: editorial win05London Underground sock yarn: TrailingClouds — **pre order** Nimbus sock yarn in MIND THE GAP (bigcartel.com)Lace shawl: Ravelry: Clothildepattern by Kristen Hanley CardozoBrooklyn Tweed Shelter yarn Shelter Yarn | 100% USA-GrownTarghee-Columbia Wool | Brooklyn TweedCamarose Snefnug yarn SNOWFLAKE (camarose.dk)Why I Knit Podcast disclaimerFor the purpose of this disclaimer ‘We’ refe
Knitting for meaning and community with Ros Edwards Knitting for Meaning and Community with Ros Edwards: Show notesRos show notesFindYour Fade Shawl — Drea Renee KnitsStephen West Vertices Unite PATTERNS - WestknitsCosy memories Blanket Ravelry: Cozy Memories Blanket pattern by Shelley DupontSusan Lin Swoon Sweater Ravelry: SwoonSweater pattern by Susan LinSea Glass Tee Wool & Pine Designs Seaglass Tee | Wool & Pine(woolandpine.com)Sussurus pullover Issue 32: Spring2020 – Pom Pom Publishing (pompommag.com)Somerset Yarns SomersetYarns by SomersetYarns on EtsyMarina Skua yarn Hand-dyedBritish yarn and fibre – Marina SkuaBoskularjumper knitting pattern – Marina SkuaTelja sweater Ravelry: Telja pattern byJennifer SteingassMyak yarn mYak Tibetan FibermYakTibetan Fibers | Ethically Sourced Yarn from the Tibetan PlateauHome | GarnStories -hand dyed yarnsIgawa Pattern Ravelry: Igawa pattern byJunko OkamotoWhy I Knit Podcast disclaimerFor the purpose of this disclaimer ‘We’ refers to Dr Mia Hobbs and the ‘Why I Knit’ podcast.The views expressed in this podcast belong solely to the speaker and do not reflect the views of Dr Mia Hobbs. The aim of the podcast is to explore the opinions and experiences of the interviewees and not to disseminate factual information. We take no responsibility for and do not verify any facts mentioned by interviewees on the podcast and assume no liability for any of the views or statements made by interviewees on the podcast. The podcast is designed for general use and is not designed to constitute professional advice or a professional service. We assume no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in the content of this podcast. The information contained in this site is provided on an "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy, usefulness or timeliness.The links to websites provided in the show notes are for information only and we assume no responsiblity for the websites accessed via these links. Some links provided may be affiliate links. These will be clearly marked ‘Affiliate links’. These links refer to products or service mentioned by my guests or myself in the podcast. If you click on those links or purchase items through those links
Trailer Season one - Why I Knit The first episode of Season 1 will be released on 2nd December!I have some amazing guests and can't wait to share our conversations with you.You can follow me on Instagram @knittingistherapeutic or contact me via my website www.therapeuticknitting.org