This is my first video series and it’s been a bit of a learning curve to understand YouTube and what I wanted from it when I uploaded my videos on there so I thought I’d just give a quick explanation of my thinking here.
When I made the videos I knew there’d be some extra notes that I’d want to include as I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to talk and make the piece at the same time. I think I did pretty well with most of them, but there are one or two which I felt needed a little further explanation.
Also I’ve included a lot of links to the materials I’ve used etc. for those who would like to know and there are no notes for any of this on YouTube.
To be honest, the idea of anyone being able to watch this on YouTube worried me a little bit also. You guys may know how I muddle through and perhaps forgive me for it, but there’s a lot of stranger danger out there in the grown up world.
I’m hoping this will work out, but just let me know if you have any trouble.
The first part of the tutorial is HERE
9 thoughts on “Notes on watching the videos of my bracelet tutorial”
You did very well for a first time presenter on YouTube. The bracelet is just “WOW!” Muddle onward!
Your effort is very much appreciated!
watched the final episodes with our tea in bed this morning (gosh, but we are an exciting couple!) and Barry said he could tell why I like you so much and then did a little whoop for joy when you too called your specs ‘the things you buy to help you see better’
So; that’s a thanks from us both. I’ve learned a lot, and Barry feels more normal 9plus has now asked why I don’t have one of those hammery-things-for-your-dremel. Perhaps that’s Christmas sorted 😉
I can’t believe you made it! I hope you get the hammery hammer thing for christmas 🙂
I haven’t seen a dremel hammer thingy, but you can get one here https://www.bettsmetalsales.com/c-Pendant-Drill-Handpieces
Big investment though. That might be like three or four christmas presents…
Your videos are very informative and very welcome. Its a bit of magic happening in front of my eyes… Screen helping, of course. Thank you.