Good morning! I want to turn your attention to a new page I'm working on for crochet video tutorials here on my blog. I've been having a hard time getting the camera to film my hands clearly because the lens is so long and my hands are too close to the lens if I put the camera in front of my chest. And out of nowhere last night I had the idea to set it on top of the dinner table on a tripod, aimed all the way down off the side, but with heavy weights on the back of the tripod to prevent it from falling over and crashing into my head. So far it worked and I'll be adding more eventually, but I can't see the camera screen at all to know if I'm actually capturing my hands on tape so at points I may be off center. But for now, there's the very basic beginnings steps for learning to crochet: how to make a slipknot and how to hold the yarn and do the chain stitch. You can find them easily in the future by clicking Crochet Along in my nav bar.
How to make a slipknot
How to hold your yarn and do the chain stitch