I once did an interview where my guest explained that she crafts primarily for the finished product. She finds the process of cutting, pinning, and sewing a bit tedious, but she loves having the handmade item at the end.

...Whereas I craft mostly for the process of it. I start way more projects than I finish, and oftentimes, right after I finish making something I lose interest in it. It's the hours spent making that have lasting value for me.

Which part of your creative work is more compelling: your process or your finished product? And how can you tell which one you prefer?
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