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Postby nonie » September 20th, 2017, 5:48 pm

Do you watch you tube, when you want to see how something is done? Do you have a favorite you tube teacher?
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Re: You tube videos

Postby Karens Krafts » September 20th, 2017, 6:20 pm

I've only just started watching any you tube videos, but will be doing it some from now on. So I'll be waiting to see whats recommended. I do like the few of Nancy's Notions that I've watched.
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Re: You tube videos

Postby Rosieq » September 20th, 2017, 9:14 pm

I've seen some terrific webinars and you tube videos in the last month. And, there is a lot to learn from the thread companies, (Sulky); the various stabilizers (Floriani). One of the stabilizer people was quick to say, that she knows we do not all use the Brand, most of the information applies to all the major companies. The Quilt Show has become a favorite channel, and a lot of the information given is applicable to other fiber crafts...jewelry, fabric painting, decorative balls, appliqué, color values, on and on. The Quilt Show has top notch artists in fibers on their shows.

I like watching YouTubes promoted by a huge company, most of the speakers give top notch knowledgeable presentIons. A lot of individuals are like the inde pattern designers.

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Re: You tube videos

Postby peacechick » September 21st, 2017, 9:49 am

I love the ones Lezette Thomason did to explain some of the construction details in the Children's Corner patterns. They are enormously helpful since some of her methods were new and different (for me, at least) and the pattern instruction sheets were not exactly helpful in explaining them. I also watched a video that explains Gall Doane's method of "popping" bishop seams when running them through a pleater. I'm looking forward to using it on my first bishop (may have to re-watch it to review). It's always helpful to "see" something done since I'm a visual learner.
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Re: You tube videos

Postby sewmuchstyle » September 21st, 2017, 10:38 am

This is Exactly My Comment from this morning! LOL!
The Bible First, You Tube 2nd and Pinterest 3rd!

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Re: You tube videos

Postby nonie » September 23rd, 2017, 8:02 am

I did find a couple of videos about embroidering on flour sack toweling. I can see where I can spend a lot of time learning. Especially when you live in a area where no teachers will visit.
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