Think the Best Stuff on YouTube Comes Up in Your Recommended Videos Feed? Think Again.
The pieces of wisdom that will change the way you think about knitting in just minutes are hidden, buried within hour-long interviews, little-known knitting panels from celebrity knitting retreats and yarn festivals, hours-long academic presentations and little-publicized keynote speeches at fiber conferences.
Sometimes, the expert advice that makes the biggest difference in your knitting doesn’t come from knitters at all! Experts in learning, self-development, and mental frameworks all have impactful tricks to improve your knitting if you just know where to find them.
With The Right Clip, It Only Takes 2 Minutes to Immediately Improve Your Knitting
That’s why I’m starting a new “Become a Knitting Superstar” video clip curation series coming to you every Wednesday starting next week. Video clip curation means that I scour the web, the academic journals, and even experts outside the field of knitting, finding the 1-2 minutes of video gold that will immediately improve your knitting, your mindset, and your approach to the craft.
What Do Debbie Bliss, Clara Parkes, and Elizabeth Zimmermann Have in Common? They’re All Appearing In My New Video Clip Series
Curation means finding the “best of the best,” so that with absolutely no effort on your part, you’ll be on your way to becoming a Knitting Superstar with the best, most impactful knitting advice from experts like Clara Parkes, Ann Budd, Stephanie Pearl-McPhee (the “Yarn Harlot), Julie Weisenberger (CocoKnits), Elizabeth Zimmermann (the “Julia Child” of knitting), Bestan Corkhill, Debbie Bliss, and Kaffe Fasset, just to name a few, not to mention the foremost experts and authors on learning, creativity, skill development, and more.
I’ll share one very short clip that will have an immediate impact on your attitude, mindset, or knitting skill, and post it every Wednesday for you to enjoy and share with your friends.
Cement Your Learning With These Easy-to-Share, Super-Short Video Clips
The best teacher, in my own experience, is the teacher who, in the course of teaching, is learning.
This “Become a Knitting Superstar” video clip curation series is my way of expanding my knowledge and always learning something new in the field of knitting, so that I’ll always have something fantastic to teach you.
And as you learn from these videos, the best way to cement that learning is to teach someone else! Share these videos as a way of teaching others and thereby learning twice as deeply.