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Mini-Shawl Mania!

I had so much fun playing around and learning on Saturday that I spent Sunday afternoon messing around with more mini-shawl shapes. I didn’t use any patterns, just cast on and figured out what I needed to do to make certain shaping things happen.

It was so much fun that now I’m wondering if I shouldn’t take one evening or weekend day a week and use it to just play around with different techniques or stitch patterns or whatever.

I’m mostly a product knitter, but maybe I can interject a little process knitting into my life πŸ™‚ We’ll see!

Do you like to play around with your crafts or hobbies? Or are you more results-oriented? Do you ever try to go counter to your nature on that, and if so, how does it work out for you?

18 thoughts on “Mini-Shawl Mania!

  1. I think it sounds like a great idea!
    I guess I’m process knitter. I enjoy picking out the yarn and pattern and knitting the item. But once it’s done I’m ready for the next project more than excited with the finished item.

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  2. Process resulting in product for me! I tend to have just one or two projects at a time (obsessive, much?), so I do all my experimentation on it, and hopefully end up with a product that I can publish.

    I love your little minis experimentation, very fun!

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  3. I want to love the idea of this, but I think I’m too much of a product knitter to really enjoy it. I’d rather just choose a project that has something new and try to figure it out that way. Like last year was “year of the stranded colorwork” where I made an effort to try and do a lot of stranded colorwork projects to improve my technique there.

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