Archive for September 2011

Three More Netting Videos To Go

Earlier this week, just when I thought I had three stitch videos finished with three more to produce, I asked a friend to look at the finished ones and make comments.  Of course I  hoped she would say, “Everything looks great.  Good job.”

But because she is a good friend, she took the time to figure out and then explain to me some techniques that would make the videos easier to understand and follow.

Once I understood what she meant, it was obvious I needed to re-do the three stitch videos I had already finished, before starting the others.  So, this past week I re-did the audio for all six videos, rearranged the order of the sections, and reproduced the three I had already finished.

Maybe this will be the week the videos for “Netting, More or Less” finally get finished.  I’ve only got three more to do.

If you want to see what other netting project I’ve been involved in this week, take a look at my other netting blog.

A Netting Riddle

What do these two pictures have in common?

Long skinny icicles

 

My answer:

They are the both the kind of images I had in mind when I named two of the netting stitches that will be included in the class Netting, More or Less”.

Can you guess which stitch  goes with which photograph?  Post your answers in the comments section.

photo of the netting stitch I call "Carrots"

photo of the netting stitch I call "Icicle"

If you want to see if your answers are correct, hover over the photo of each stitch.

If you want to see more increase stitches, watch the  video I posted a few months ago.

And speaking of videos, I did get the raw video takes for all those remaining  for “Netting, More or Less”; I even got half of them ready to put in the classroom.  Just four more to go.  Then I can get the transcripts/handouts finished and the classroom built.  I can see a light at the end of the tunnel!