Welcome to the Why I Knit podcast! My name is Dr Mia Hobbs and I am a Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about the mental health benefits of knitting. Each episode of the podcast I interview a different knitter about why they knit and the (k)nitty gritty of how it impacts their mental wellbeing. I have an inspiring and diverse range of knitters lined up who have generously shared their stories with me. You can follow me on Instagram @knittingistherapeutic and get more information on the therapeutic benefits of knitting at my website www.therapeuticknitting.org
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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 ... more
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 becau... more
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... more
Such a lovely podcast - interesting guests, well curated with moving stories and experiences. A must for any knitter or crafter. I feel inspired and uplifted after every episode
I began listening to this podcast just a few weeks ago. My knitting group and I have had many a conversations about how we get so much mental health benefit from our craft. One woman lives with a husband with Alzheimer’s, another is a new widow, another with chronic illness. Personally, I lost two brothers last year and a dear friend, all to illness. I wove , knit, crocheted, spun, anything with my hands. This host and the conversation is right in the mark about knitting for mental health.
I began listening to this podcast with episode 3. I wish I had not. This episode contains political talk. I try to escape the political world through my knitting. That is why I knit (a break from this nasty politically polarized world). The idea behind this podcast really fascinated me but I’m afraid to listen on.
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Why I Knit launched 9 months ago and published 24 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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