Whenever I think of knitting I always picture a sweet old grandma sitting in her rocking chair. However, this stereotype is slowly breaking from that visual, because ever since I have begun to learn to knit I’ve found that a lot of my peers do as well! The knitting demographic is expanding to a younger generation. Even the how-to tutorials on YouTube are evenly split between the younger and older generations. I wanted to see if I could contribute to the knitting community on YouTube so for my last video I made one on how to knit. After watching this video for the hundredth time, I realized that it has some qualities that I liked and some that I would change in the future. I enjoyed the various angles of the camera, normally these types of videos just focus on the knitter’s hands and that can get a little dry. The fast forwarded part also helped with being more visually stimulating and I think the fading transitions aided in smoothing out the camera’s angle changes. One main thing that I would change would be to add quiet music playing in the background. For this video I just removed the audio when I was not speaking.