Explore ways to use a viewfinder and your imagination to create a unique and compelling composition for each sketch. Sketch artist Paul Heaston shares important considerations for your location and field of view, as well as valuable composition tips that can transform a seemingly simple sketch into a dynamic work of art. Work with horizontal, vertical, cropped and panoramic scenes as you create thumbnails to take each composition for a test drive and get Paul’s top tips for things to consider when composing a scene.
Crochet designer Marly Bird demonstrates how to create beautiful spiral motif that’s sure to catch the eye. Learn how to start at the center, easily keep track of your four colors, grow the spiral and finish it perfectly. To begin, Marly makes an adjustable ring (also known as a magic ring or magic loop) with…Watch Now >>
Crochet takes math, so why not make that math work for you? Designer Shannon Leigh Roudhán teaches how to take the proper measurements based on your pattern, so all your projects will fit perfectly. Have a pattern that doesn’t tell you the measurements? With the included calculation sheet, you can figure them out yourself! Shannon…Watch Now >>
Make simple and elegant earrings and see how different yarns can change their look. Crochet designer Linda Permann’s instructions include how to add earring wires. In this video, Linda demonstrates how to make these cute earrings using a worsted weight yarn. She notes that these earrings can also easily be made with a small crochet…Watch Now >>
Nothing lures guests to the dinner table like an overflowing basket of homemade rolls! Head into the kitchen with Jenny McCoy as she shares professional production techniques to create three dinner rolls simultaneously. First, Jenny steps you though mixing soft and pillowy Rosemary Potato Rolls and then she moves on to a versatile Seven Seed…Watch Now >>