I love making videos. Actually, I love video editing. I am not that crazy about being in front of a camera. Video is one of the best ways for me to communicate techniques, tips and generally give you a peek into my fiber art world.
Snow day spinning. Montedale, Finn, mohair, wensleydale(I think) locks and maybe some Angelina. Corespun on a cotton mill end auto wrapped with Mylar sparkly and strung with salvaged buttons. I can't see comments, but can answer questions after I am live.Posted by UrbanGypZ on Saturday, January 7, 2017
A snow day spinning session. Because I could talk to any inanimate object as if it were my best friend, I have lots of rambling annotations of my “process”. This is a FB live video, so excuse the quality and requirements to have a FB account to watch.
THE art weaving video. This 35 minute video shows you mu process in selecting colors and textures as well as tips throughout. This video is also a part of the Free Getting Started Art Weaving class. You can sign up for that class here.
Here is video of that Completed Scarf.
Here is one of my favorite ways to finish art weaving, Hemstitch and twisted fringe.
In this video I walk you through how I chose w my warp yarns.
In this video I show you how I card a wild batt for spinning art yarn.
I take the art batt I made (the video to the Left ) and spin an art yarn from it.
This is a periscope of how I like to prepare my art Journals for the week with watercolor wash pages.
The hot mess that was my new studio right after the movers left.
This video was a shop update, but at the 3:44 mark I talk about how I combine rovings of different color ways to get a yarn with really good depth.
My art journals are the paper version of my creative brain. In this video I give you a peek into some of my vast collection of art journals and talk about how I use them for my work. You can learn how to create your own art journal in this online class and a little more in-depth on harnessing your creativity with art journaling here.
This is the studio right after we arrived but before the stuff arrived.
Here is a peek at the dyepots in my old studio in Asheville, and with my late great studio helper Kohl, (RIP buddy, miss you so very much). The sock art society sign up is here.