So, I promised myself I wouldn't be one of those people who only blog about their podcast, and I plan to live up to that promise. However, I started a new podcast to show off my work and hopefully do some demonstrations and tutorials. This podcast, which I dubbed "Process," is a culmination of the past few years of my crafting life.
I had the Woolfiend Podcast, which was all well and good. But, my tastes have changed, my crafting focus has changed, and I'd like to reflect that in my videos. I also wanted to increase my production value by quite a bit, although I'm still working on that at the moment. I really wanted my podcasts to be uniform in quality. I basically re-branded the podcast to make it shorter and more content-focused, rather than the typical FO-WIP-Acquisition formula most podcasts follow. My podcasts will still definitely contain FOs, WIPs, and maybe some acquisitions from time to time, but I'd like to keep things informative and knitting/spinning focused, instead of "how much stuff can I collect/knit/spin in the period of time before my next podcast." This was an issue I had previously, and made podcasts stressful to film and manage.
I hope you all find the eventual content interesting and engaging, I definitely feel more confident in myself than the last time I stepped in front of the camera. If you have any comments or suggestions, please let me know in the comments here or on Youtube!