Needlework videos are for those people who consider that it is much better one time to watch some one doing something instead of reading the books, tutorials or just listening to some one's explanation.
There is a well known statistics that the majority of people are the visual learners. This page is for us - for the majority :).
I've selected HOW-TO-VIDEOS about two kinds of needlework : crochet and knitting. This way you can watch and learn the process of crocheting or knitting step by step. The page will grow in time and new videos are going to be added.
The natural way to learn crocheting is to take some small project, like Granny's square for example, and follow it one step at a time. This way understanding of all those "miracles" like single crochets, slip stitches, slip knots, and so on comes very quickly.
There are two groups of crochet videos in our video
library. Both of them are presented on the separate page Crochet Videos.They are listed at the end of the page under "Related pages."
1.Videos for the Beginners.
2.Videos for the Advanced Crocheting.
There are two groups of videos in this part:
1.Needlework Videos for the beginners.
Here is a good news for you. There are only 2 stitches in knitting: the KNIT (K) stitch and the PURL (P) stitch . Once your are familiar with them, it is quite enough to make your own projects: scarfs, blankets, shawls, and so on.
Besides that, you have to know how to start (to CAST-ON ) your project, and how to finish (to BIND-OFF ) it.
2.Videos for Advanced Knitting.
Once you have learned basic techniques, more advanced techniques will teach you how to shape the more complicated projects: