Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things. ~Philippians 4:8~

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Monday, November 17, 2008

Video!

Edited to add: I really do have to thank Renee from Painted SkyWoman for her very helpful video tutorial. She explains it so well and makes it simple to understand. Thank you Renee!!

Well, I did tell my buddy Gloria that I would try and make a post which included video. We'll see how this works...if it does. Here goes...




It worked!! Thank you, thank you Gloria!!
I just also wanted to add more to my previous post about spinning. I found this young woman's video and I have to say she is living the life I dream of! She offers how to videos on everything I have ever wanted to learn to do and then some! She has some really great videos. I just have to find the time to watch them all. Kinda like all the movie videos we've bought which are still sealed and unopened! What can I say?

17 comments:

glorv1 said...

Yay for you!! Yaya that is a great video you found. You know something, if you really want to do that, go for it. Save the money, little by little and then buy one. I know you can do it. fulfill your dreams, that's what life is all about. I'm rooting for you.

glorv1 said...

I had to re-watch the video because it is so good.I listened to her words and like she said, she didn't know how, but she learned. How neat. Take care.

YayaOrchid said...

Gloria, but also click on the video itself to take you to utube where you can see a list of her other videos. She has a ton of gardening videos. I really think you would enjoy them. She even has one on how to build a pond, I think.

Amy said...

You go, Yaya. I haven't attempted this yet...but I have been thinking about it. Bless you,
Amy

Oiyi said...

That is a great resource!

I got the Debbie Bliss yarn at www.littleknits.com . Be careful, it's hard not to buy anything after seeing all the yarns on sale.

Tracy said...

Great links, YaYa--thank you! Spinning is something I would love to learn, spinning and dyeing...One day! ((HUGS))

YayaOrchid said...

Amy, it really is easy, I just know you'll have fun with it!

Oiyi, thank you so much for the link! Your projects are always beautiful!

Traci, spinning fiber is a lot of fun. Highly recommend it!

glorv1 said...

yaya, did you hear about MexicoBob's getting hacked? Debi in Merida says he does a newletter for Yucatan about all the goings on and he and all his stuff on the computer got hacked. How awful is that!! Makes me so mad.

glorv1 said...

I am asking around in some of my Mexico blogs to see if it was MexicoBob. I know of no other Mexico Bob except the one blog we visit. I hope that is not happening, because I sure would hate to lose my info. Did you report your problem to blogger? They have received reports of hacking on various sites.

Tea Time and Roses said...

I remember you stating your desire to learn to spin, wow you are on your way my friend!! :o) I would love to learn to spin and dye yarns too, what an inspiration you are!! Enjoy!

Smiles...

Beverly

glorv1 said...

Yaya, Bob had changed over to the different type of comment section and he wasn't getting comments. He went back to the usual way. Take care.

glorv1 said...

Okay yaya,how did you get the music on. I have been trying and trying. It just won't paste.

glorv1 said...

I figured it out yaya, thanks anyways. take care.

LuLu said...

Bonjour YaYa! Thank you so much for letting me know about poinsettias as an important image to represent La Navidad in Mexico! This is exactly what I needed! Poinsettias will be in my next Frida painting! Thanks again and thanks for your great comments about my art! About the spinning wheels, my mom had an authentic French Canadian one for a long time but sold it a few years ago when she moved from the city to the countryside due to a lack of space. Too bad! I wish I had it now! Take care, LuLu

YayaOrchid said...

LuLu, you're quite welcome!

Oh, your Mom's wheel must have been quite a treasure! Perhaps you can find one at a thrift shop or antiques place. Even if you don't use it, it looks so pretty as vintage decor.

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carrie said...

Wow! I can't believe you spin your own yard. Too cool!

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