Hey y’all! One of my goals for this year is to pump up my YouTube channel. So far there’s just the video from the Coastal Cargos Sewalong and the video of how I use basic tools in Illustrator to draft patterns, but I also have a little trailer I made below. I’m hoping to greatly improve my videos this year too!
Side note: did you know I actually have a film degree? Yup, but I graduated so long ago that we were just starting digital filmmaking/editing my senior year. Everything before that was still done on film – like actual tangible film that we had to send off to be developed. So I’m still learning all the ins and outs of video for YouTube, but hopefully it will be a fast curve for me because I think the basics of composition, lighting, editing, etc have stayed the same. Just the technology seems to have changed! (Mostly to frustrate me, I think. Because I swear some of the buttons the tutorials tell you to click to do things are.not.there)
An overview of past projects to give you a feel for my channel. Music credit: “Alright” by Val and Eddie. Used with permission. Purchase on iTunes here.
I’d love it if you considered subscribing to the channel – I have more in the works very soon! And that’s where you come in – I want to know what kinds of things you’d like to see on video instead of just photo tutorials. Is there a tutorial or technique you still find trick, even after seeing a photo tutorial? Let me know in the comments – I’m looking for a few ideas to round out the first episode list I’m creating.
wow, your one talented lady! honestly i love learning those little tips that you post on ig. i am self taught so i actually learn a ton from them. i would love to see how to do zippers in pants. one thing i still have yet to try and it kinda scares me:)
Yay! I love watching sewing YouTube vids in my downtime before bed. It helps me relax, and I loved your Coastal Cargos video so I’m so very excited to see what you come up with. I am already a subscriber 🙂
Subscribed! Can’t miss your videos (after the grading ones I loved!) 🙂
I didn’t know about your filmaker’s degree, such an interesting career!
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