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Friday, September 9, 2011

Cubic Right Angle Weave Video Tutorial



 
Watch as I show you how easy Cubic Right Angle Weave is!! I enjoyed making this visual tutorial to share with you and I am going to set about making the next one soon.....how to start a ladder row the easy way. In the meantime, have a look see and practice this wonderful stitch.  








16 comments:

NEDbeads said...

Absolutely AWESOME tutorial, Heather!!!!! I am so impressed! And, of course, I could listen to your voice all day long, it's just as pretty as the lady behind it. :) Congratulations on your first video!!!

Heather Collin said...

I am so happeee that you like it "Neddy". Putting a video up is way different to posting a pic - you expose your self a bit more, I think ;)

beadsandblooms said...

This is wonderful! After watching, I'm sitting here wondering why I've been so hesitant to try cubic RAW. I can do this!! Thank you!

Kristen said...

Oh Heather this was AWESOME!!! I will make sure to recommend this to anyone who wants to try this stitch! I also could listen to your gorgeous voice all day too!

Beki said...

Wonderful video, Heather! Not only do you have a very nice rhythm to your movements, which will help people learn the stitch, but your beautiful voice is so captivating. It really is helpful to the learning process when you "want" to listen to the speaker. I'd also like to add that while I normally don't like music in the background the tune you selected also seemed to be so helpful. It was calming yet somehow seemed to just "go" with not only the movements of the stitch but also your voice. Just marvelous! Thank you for sharing!

Carol Dean said...

Really well done, Heather! Brava ;)

Trish said...

Wow! That was great! I am not normally a fan of videos - more of a 'learn thru reading' person, but this one changed my mind - found myself following your voice with my own....now I have to go try it!
Thanks for the video 'nudge'! Just what I needed today!

Heather Collin said...

Thank you for the wonderful feedback everyone! Another step in my beading path:)

Cynthia Newcomer Daniel said...

Marvelous! I will recommend this to anyone who is having trouble with CRAW - this is a wonderful video tutorial.

EWA gyöngyös világa! / EWA's World of Beads said...

Thank you very much!

flyingbeader said...

Wow Heather, what a great video. I've just learn RAW & have been wanting to get my ropes to have more strength (also I saw two articles on cubic RAW in a recent US magazine & couldn't figure it out). Now you've put the bug in me to want to CRAW! Thank you so very much

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Lyra said...

Thanks ... Video is a very well done and is well understood ... I love it!!!

Bev said...

I hope you post your CRAW tutorial video again. Sounds like it was great and l'd love to learn the stitch!

gina /aka / wing said...

Heather dear, that was a really great tut. ;) and i like others, love that beautiful voice of yours..my fav accent ever! Thank you for posting this, and i'm sooo impressed by your gift. ♥

Fran Selinger said...

This is a new stitch for me. I do a lot of peyote and herringbone, so have a good stash of delicas. Would a CRAW rope with with delica beads, or does it look better with the rounds?

Thanks for a great tutorial. I appreciate the pictures below the video as I learn better from diagrams than from videos.

Heather Collin said...

Hi Fran. I would suggest you first start learning, using size 8 seed beads. You can also use either 3 or 4mm crystals (or fire polished beads)to make the process easier to learn. Once you get the hang of the stitch, you can use any bead you want but in my opinion, Delicas may be inclined to cut the thread over time - you just need to keep this in mind :)

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