I've seriously enjoyed doing the Knitting Fundamentals Series I wanted to do a primer on the very basics of knitting.
I wanted to create a series that would give the very basics of knitting for new knitters and maybe provide some additional information for more experienced knitters. The feedback I've received has been overall positive. At the same time, looking at my YouTube analytics I cannot deny that the audience for these videos has been small. And, planning, shooting, and editing these videos has been incredibly time consuming.
I'm not giving up on them all together. However, now that I have a video completed on the purl stitch and I have covered the very basics of knitting from casting on to binding off I am going to pull back on their frequency.
The next video in the series I'm going to discuss the fundamentals of knitting stockingnette and ribbing, so that new knitters will have a strong foundation in the three most basic stitch patterns. Moving forward I'm going to do one Knitting Fundamentals video a month.
That's not to say that I've given up on tutorials. (I'm hard at work on that short row heel and sock video!) But, videos geared specifically for new knitters covering basic information will come out less frequently.
I hope you all understand and will continue to watch, like, share and subscribe to my channel. There's still plenty to learn and talk about!
Thank you and Happy Knitting!
I'm Carrie CraftGeek. I've been knitting for 20 years and crafting my whole life. I love to share my passion with the world!
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