Thursday, March 8, 2012

A Digital Fabric Video And Pffft At Perfectionism

The work I've been doing lately isn't very photogenic, and I'm not sure how to make "timestamping" videos sound worthy of a gasp and pleas of "do tell!" But I'm chipping away at details (soon to be posted here) and plan to offer the New Age Looping Basics eCourse again in April. Thank you to the pilot group who tested the course in January!

Another pilot group, a smaller one, helped me out last fall by reviewing this video I made while I was just learning to use some of the editing tools I've spent so much time with lately. Now when I look at this video I think, "Oh, I could do so much better." But I'm posting it as is and hope you'll join me in celebrating the process of learning and the joy of seeing improvement.

There's no admission charge at this "screening," but I'd love it if you'd hit the Comments button below and share something you're proud of learning!


  1. Loved it thanks so much for sharing this

  2. Thanks, Jeannie -- glad you like it!

  3. I've been thinking of trying something with Spoonflower. You make it look easy. I'm proud lately of trying new classes. I manage the (normally) cold winter months by taking one or two classes each year. It's always fun to learn something new and this year was no exception. Thanks for the looping class. I'm also learning some painting skills.

  4. It was great to have you in the looping class, Janet, and I love following your explorations on your blog -- ! Your painted calla lily is gorgeous. Looks like a very fun Craftsy class, and a good way to manage winter. Have fun with Spoonflower!


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