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Samra

My Crochet YouTube Channel

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Hi,

 

I have just started my crochet youtube channel. For now I am just teaching basics, afterwards I will start with small projects. Please check it out & subscribe & help me, I have 0 subscribers right now :( . Would love to know any suggestions if you have.

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvY3PIxj9NJQPWrx713xY7A

 

 

Thanks,

Samra

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I have 2 suggestions.  First, you need to describe what you're doing as you're doing it.  Having no audio makes it confusing.  Second, it's great that you're using a light colored, solid yarn to demonstrate, but your background is light colored, too.  Put a piece of dark fabric on your table.  It'll make the light colored yarn stand out.

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I had the same thought--I was wondering if the lack of audio was to attract viewers of all languages.  

 

I could have sworn I'd seen other tutorials with no audios, each very brief, demonstrating a single stitch.  They didn't start by making a knot and a chain, they started with the chain already there and just showed the stitch.  Unfortunately I'm not finding them now, unless the sites I thought they might have been on have replaced them with new videos with audio...  

 

I've also seen videos with no audio, that superimposed a very brief text here and there for explanation.  That works, if you can read the language of the text...

 

edit, I believe the 'silent' video site I was thinking of was Haas Crochet.  I had trouble getting this to work on my Vista PC & Chrome, but it works on Win7 and Internet Explorer. 

http://hassdesign.com/StitchLegend/

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