How to make an adjustable knot for Jewelry (quick video!)

Howdy folks, the “Lindsay films in High Definition” adventure continues this week as I demonstrate how to make an adjustable knot for necklaces and bracelets. It is so easy and once you know how you will be using this technique all the time. See how in this 3 minute video:

Easy huh? So, does any notice better quality? Are the details easier to see? Or is it taking longer to load and play. Please let me know. I am experimenting here. You can watch the video full screen and in the HD setting for a super crisp picture if your internet connection allows. Well, anyway I hope you enjoyed it and til next time happy crafting!

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6 Responses

  1. Gosh, I learn so much from you. TFS. Oh, quality is very good. and it did not take long to load.

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  2. Thank you so much for making the video showing how to tie the knots for the necklace. I’m a “visual” learner and this was perfect for me!!

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  3. Great tutorial Lindsay…and the video quality is really good!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

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  4. Thanks for that quick tutorial. It was the easiest to follow that I have seen out there and your video is awesome, very clear and crisp details!!!

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  5. Great video, did not take any longer, actually think it may have loaded faster. Quality looks good but hard to say 100% since it was only your hands.

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  6. Hi Lindsay’s
    I have nominated you for an award, please check out my blog.
    Kind Regards
    Izabel.

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