Are you a video creator?
Creating crochet tutorials is my passion. It’s the “one thing” that spawned the growth of my brand and business. It allows me to incorporate all the things I love – teaching, editing, photography, planning – into my work day. Video is the way of the future as predicted by every important resource on the internet and to stand out in a crowded online world, you need to produce the best.
I’m joined today by Karen, producer for Craftsy. We had the opportunity to connect through my latest Craftsy Class, Tunisian Crochet for Beginners and I learned a great deal from her! She has been a producer for Craftsy for six years now and has had a hand in the creation of (dare I say?) hundreds of tutorials. Karen knows her stuff when it comes to knowing what makes a tutorial great.
- About Karen, her role with Craftsy and a little about the back story of Craftsy
- What goes into course creation at Craftsy
- What main points a tutorial should have to be easy to follow
- How to plan out the content in your video
Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from Karen!
Links & Resoources
- Craftsy Website
- Tunisian Crochet for Beginners Course
- Get in touch with the folks at Craftsy – Categoryeditors@craftsy.com
- How to Be An Imperfectionist by Stephen Guise
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Thanks for Listening!
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Special thanks to our sponsor, Red Heart Yarn for allowing me to teach you these very important concepts about reading crochet patterns.