So I don’t know about you, but I am not great at learning things from out of books. However, I do love a good tutorial video. So, I thought, why not make a video about adding fringe? How hard can it be? Apparently harder than I thought. I managed to make a video, but I don’t know how to add titles or cut scenes, or even have sound. That’ll be my next project. I may be good with needles and yarn, but technology still stumps me sometimes.
Anyway, here it is, my very first YouTube video! Drum roll please!
And, since I can’t figure out how to add audio, here is what I would have said, if I had been able to conquer the computer:
Step 1: Insert the crochet hook through both the front and back layer of the scarf.
Step 2: Pick up one of your fringe pieces folded in half and use the hook to pull the middle of the fringe through both layers of the scarf.
Step 3: Using your hook again, pull the ends of your piece of fringe through the middle loop.
Step 4: Pull the ends of the fringe tight.
Step 5: Repeat the whole process over and over, so that each stitch has a piece of fringe attached to it. This makes a really nice, thick fringe for a scarf.
Step 6: Laugh at how terrible my YouTube video is. I promise I’ll work hard to make my next one better. Cross my heart.