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Upcycling clothes: freehand embroidery on stretchy fabric

teacher avatar Lina Holbert

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15 Lessons (1h 23m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Transferring the sketch to the fabric

    • 3. Picking yarn colors

    • 4. Embroidering the flower: stage 1

    • 5. Embroidering the flower: technique detail

    • 6. Anchoring the thread

    • 7. Blending the colors

    • 8. Introducing the third color

    • 9. Finishing the flower

    • 10. Embroidering the strawberries

    • 11. Embroidering the stems with a vine stitch

    • 12. Embroidering the leaves

    • 13. Adding detail with black yarn

    • 14. Adding detail with French knots

    • 15. Finished project review

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In this class you will learn how to stitch a floral design on stretchy fabric. We will be learning freehand embroidery technique which is a blend of several types of stitches (long and short, split stitch, vine stitch, French knots). After learning this technique you will have more freedom to create your own designs.

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1. Intro: I in this glass, you're gonna learn how to up cycle your blows with a freestyle embroidery. I will be teaching you how to make exactly the same pattern as you see right now in my swear you will need a six inch hope you will need yarn and, uh, any old sweater that you would like to up cycle and the pair of hand. 2. Transferring the sketch to the fabric: So today I will teach you how to do free hand embroidery rooms, church fabric Already made a sketch for you guys which you can use if you want you. Ah, this is what I will be embroider. And it's a flower with strawberries. I will be using a six inch hookers right here. It's a small hope and my sketch fits in it perfectly. Also used the following collars off yarn. Oh, this one is ah DMC 3 49 This one is also by Diem Seize 33 28. So this is what I'm gonna be using for the strawberries. Also for the flower, I will be using the same colors plus 9 21 3 37 26 These are the colors for the flour Probably. I will also be using this topper orange eBay age color. I don't know What is it? There is no name and no number. I'll use that. These are our flower and strawberry colors. I will leased them in the glass supplies, scooped him away for the leaves. A no name color, probably from DMC. It's ah, bluish green, low saturation green, Nice color and the again this unknown color by I don't know whom. It's also bluish green, but on the blue side and kind of kind of great too. So these are the colors I'm gonna use. And probably for these catch elements right here, which are optional. I will be using DMC three teen, which is a black. Also, you will need the scissors. Mine are kind of gigantic. Who? Well, any scissors will do. It doesn't really matter fancy or not. And I will be embroidering on a sweatshop right here. So it's pretty stretchy, as you can see. And the when we worked with it, we will try not just stretch it too much. But that's not something that I'm gonna be talking right now. First thing that you guys need to do is to transfer the sketch, your sketch or my sketch onto the fabric. So I'm gonna go ahead and move this a little bit higher so I can see it. You guys cannot see it. That's okay. And I will be to see if I can put it a little bit further away. I can't. That's okay. So I will be putting it on the left side off my sweater about right here on this area. So what I'm gonna do, I'm gonna grab my jelly roll pain. It's a regular yj. Let General Pan you can get it at Michael's. And I'm not using any trace in part. I'm not using any any light pad. I'm just gonna go ahead, since it's, ah, relatively simple shape. I'm gonna go ahead and free handed, and, uh, I'm gonna start with a flower and you just literally drawing straight on your piece of garment without overthinking it. It's a free hand embroidery. So you kind of, you know, very intuitive. You don't really have to know a lot of stitches to make it work for you, Which is that is the beauty of it. So here is my slower this stem. Move it up a little bit so you guys can see the stem came Here is the stem. Uh, show we make it a little longer. You can always adjust this kitchen. The process. I'm just making the approximate of roofs. Kitsch move strawberries. You know, if you even if you don't think that you are an artist, you don't need to be an artist. Those are old, simple shapes. Don't get too overwhelmed when you copy something. When you try to draw something, you know, you just think in terms of simple shapes like What is it? This is like a a great were like a triangle with soft corners. So here is just strawberry some leaves right here, which is going to show them. Don't overthink. It's a free hand and broader Riggan. Okay, this is enough. Stam's We don't have to continue leaves right here. Something like this again. General pains. They come off pretty well if you work the government so you can go over it over and over. Really not a big deal. If you draw like a room line, like right here, it can always draw another line, make it a little brighter, make it a little thicker. So you know which one is right? Don't come off. Okay. Another Lee for a year and one more on the bottom just to make the composition a little bit more balanced. Looks like it's asking for something on the bottom. Mike, let it be a leaf. Okay. Looks OK. So right here. Look at your what does it mean? Doesn't mean anything. Doesn't have to mean anything. Just mind face right here, because we we're in a good mood right in the heart that, um, gifts. We finished. So holy that this is this kitsch, right? I think it came up a little bit larger than the original sketch, which is again. Okay, we can always move. The hope of it doesn't fit in the hope. So this is the original. I did not draw the details right here. We will make them later. I did not draw the black details on the strawberries, the little seeds, Whatever they are, we will do it later. So no details were shown on the government. I just basically did the outline and the That's it for the first stage. I was pretty simple. I hope so. 3. Picking yarn colors: So now let's go ahead and put this fabric and hope. And once again, I'm working with a six inch six inches. Hope right here. If it's and fine. Except for maybe this one little optional on design element, which is not a big deal. We can move it always. I'm sorry. So this part of the hope the plane around part is going to go under in the port with this crew is going to go on top. We will go ahead and adjust it. It might take a little bit of time. Try not to stretch the fabric too much, because one it will distort the design to it will distort the actual fabric. It will be wrinkly. Okay, You might take a little bit of time has already said, and I'm shooting this on the phone. So you unfortunately, it's not the most is horrible type of Akeem. Er what? They think you got it now. Okay, so it's not very tight. Maybe I should make it a little bit tighter, but I'm not gonna pull all the way right here to make it super tight. It is. It has to be kind of relaxed, so I'm not sure if you can. Guys gauge by how relaxed it is. But see, it's still there is still some room for it to stretch, which is what I really want. Came. I'm gonna leave it right here. Let's go ahead and pick the caller that we're going to be working with and find a new and get to work. So I think I will start with the flower. As you see on this kitsch right here. It has read. Read. It has orange. It's pretty. Not too bright orange it has. I don't know what color is like. Let raspberry maybe, maybe more in the middle. Right here. Right. So these three colors did I have and the honestly you can eyeball that. You don't have to use the same numbers that I'm using. Just go to a store, pick whatever colors that you want. A the Maybe I will add some highlights with this color. For now, I'm just gonna leave it alone. I think somewhere I had a really pretty coral ish rid. Okay, that's right here. See how? Prepare them. So it's right here. Maybe I will add this color as well. So what? I'm gonna do? I'm going to start with the darkest color. I'm going to start with the middle part of the flower. Then I'm gonna blend it with orange and the around the edges. I'm going to use this route. Let's simplify three colors right here before we start. Let me go over the stitches with you. Okay, Move this away. So the stitches for this project for the flower again, this is a free hand embroidery rate. So this is how they gonna go? It's very similar to long and short stitch. If you guys were familiar with the embroidery, but at the same time, we can allay them randomly. Just like that. Just the way I'm drawing the way. That's the way you're gonna be embroidering. We're gonna lay them on one on top of another. But they are all going to be going in one direction. So it's not gonna be like situation like this. Oh, my gosh. What is going on? The chaos, right. We will try to lay them and wide one direction. So, for example, this is our flower quick sketch. And these are going to be our stitches kind of coming from the center when we started introducing orange. It will overlap with what we already did. I'm sorry. I just didn't pick the colors that I'm gonna be using. I grabbed what I had, but I just I hope it still makes sense when we pick orange. This is how with an overlap, maybe do some orange right here because it's it's a free hand. Once again, you will. You will understand the notion of a free hand in the second. It doesn't have a set pattern. You can basically go and as you want, which is liberating. And at the same time, it's kind of confusing with who accident. And then when you start introduced an orange, I think orange or raid? Yeah, Orange of this month. See, even I'm confused. So the third color, let's just call it the third color. This is how you're going to go with her color and blended, blended, maybe putting a little bit right here, right here, right here on the bottom. And that's how we gonna complete the color of the flower. Okay, I hope it's not too confusion. Let's go ahead. Grab the needle, threaded and start working 4. Embroidering the flower: stage 1: So the needle is traded on the very and I put an anchor which is basically to not I am using all six strains of it. DMC comes with six trains The other broom that I don't know the name of with colds who comes six Train some musical six Because I like my designs to be looking a little bit more chunky. I caught a long thread. I don't know how it's gonna work for you guys, but I always try to car to try to make it long just because I don't like to change it And again, we're gonna be working on this part off the flower. That's the 1st 1 Here we go with the second and I'm not even put in the stitches next to each other very closely. I'm just taking care of the general direction of the stitch again. See how the pedals spread out. This is what we will try to do with this middle. It's gonna be spreading out and in in multiple directions. - So , as you see, I'm not pulling too hard. Like if I was pulling too hard, I would literally be doing this. Make sure that the fabric it's stretched about the same way as the thread. So the threat is not pulling the fabric. The hope is not pulling the fabric. Everything is more or less relaxed if it makes sense. Okay, so here we see the tail. This is probably from the ankle. I'm gonna flip this. You mean we cut it? It's probably going to get in my way more than one time, but I'm still gonna live it. Okay? Not to lose, not to, not to tide. And you can go ahead and, uh, stick it right in the middle of the previous stitch, which is which reminds us of a split stitch. But it's a free hand. So basically the beauty of a free hand embroidery, you can do whatever you want. You can mix it up long and short. Split stitch doesn't matter. See that the length of my stitches. It's not even the same. And it doesn't need to be the same. That's what makes it look a really cool. That's what gives it that had may look versus the machine embroidery look, and that's what you really want. Doesn't have to be perfect. And it's a slow process. Do not expect to finish it up in one sitting probably will take you a couple of days, maybe a week, depending on how busy you are. How much time you want to get this done it. Take your time. Enjoy hand Embroidery is a slow process anyway. 5. Embroidering the flower: technique detail: 6. Anchoring the thread: So let me go ahead and quickly show you how to anchor the embroidery in the back. After we finished embroidering the center of the flower, this is what we're gonna do. We gonna pick a stitch, go under poor and there is a loop. Doesn't matter which side. You're gonna pick this loop right here. I am. Honestly, can do do it anyways. Comfortable to you. I do it that way. So this is my not I think among do it one more time one and and an pull it again. They're crucial to secure pretty nicely. Okay, I'm gonna go under all these stitches and again from the other side. This is how I like doing it. Okay. And this right here, I'm gonna cut it. Only you Longest scissors just here. Okay, we're done. And here is the center off the flow. Er 7. Blending the colors: Okay. As you see, I have already started working on my warned for three here, and, uh, I started with the with this pedal, and I'm going to go counterclockwise direction. I think that's gonna be the approach that makes the most sense. I'm trying also to merge my to blend my orange with the moth order. The name off the color is so I'm sticking my needle. And between these little more of his stitches, I'm just gonna call it mall just for convenience. And that's how we blend it. Pull it. All right, go right here. Okay. And that's how it goes. You see, here we have a whole this. Teachers air. Not very close together. What we're gonna do later. We see when we start working with the outline with the raid with the black came Where is it ? I'm gonna go ahead and blend. Some reads right here on the bottom. I hope you're ready to outline that blends with orange all around. That's what I'm going to do. You may not have that whole Or maybe it doesn't even bother you that much as it bothers me and you can different leave it alone. It's just my personal preference. And also we going with stitch in with respect, healthy shape of the flower, which we kind of lost a little bit. It's right here as I said that any time you can go ahead and six, which is don't forget to put the cap on your general cause he's going to dry out. Not like a Sharpie, but still, it's gonna go. It's gonna dry out. Okay, I'm leaving a little bit of space between the orange and the age, because here, that's where we gonna go and bland the red later, I almost lost my needle. Stadion slow not pulling to hurt. Please don't pull too hard. Might take a little bit of experience, right? A little bit of practice to find the optimal attention off the stitch. But again, when you're doing it by hand, when you're not doing it with the machine, eat it to control, in my opinion. And also one more tip. Try not to layer too many stitches, one on top of another, because it's gonna make it too bulky, and we kind of want to keep some flexibility, keep the fabric flexible 8. Introducing the third color: So I have finished with my orange bird. As you see, I ran out a little bit off orange on my very last pedal, and that's OK. I just didn't feel like changing it for another throwed. I guess this pedal is just gonna be a little bit more rude and again it's fine. No, gonna be stressing about some embroidery. Of course. Right, Right. So I'm ready to work with my light red. I decided to go for the light, right. That's the color versus the bride Red. However, the bright red would be looking good too. I might still introduce it a little bit later, probably on the bottom. As of right now, let's go ahead and finish up the pedals with this life rate and I'm gonna show you how pretty easy except for the fact that I've cut the thread a little bit too long. That is going to be moment. My main struggle. See here I'm trying to stick my needle from the bottom on the very age off my corn tour right here. Because why? Because I want to keep the shape of the flower and this where the threat is going to help me with it. Okay, You see it, don't you? So when the orange A was going pretty fast and I'm going to slow down and make sure that I'm carefully going around See, that's the struggle of the local thread. What happens on the very back makes knots. It's just very distracting. Of course you can fix it, but it's very destructive. Disrupts my flow. Okay, Get me started where the contour is and was sticking a needle back in to the orange area. Pain. What is this, a loop? See, sometimes it's not really good to be lazy working with the long thread. Just switch it. Just change that. You run out of it. Just go ahead and change. And don't be like me. Okay? You can put this teachers in place with the noodle on that. Stretch the fabric a little bit. Make sure the don't go to type just like that. And I like this color. I think it blends with the orange pretty well. And when you do the free hand embroider, it's really it makes sense to choose blend herbal colors, the colors that are similar to each other because the style of this embroideries are already kind of patches, you see. You know, it just will look a little bit too rough if the colors don't blend very well together. If it makes sense, however, it's not the rule. You can go ahead and experiment the way you want it to be. 9. Finishing the flower: Yeah. 10. Embroidering the strawberries: So I have finished the flower for now, I've decided to add some raid on the bottom and add some random reds. Teaches kind of on the middle part right here. Just for fun, for no particular reason. You don't really have to do it honestly, but I think it looks pretty good. Okay, so with the same red color. And, uh, the particular color that I'm using is 3 49 from the emcee. I will be working on the strawberries. Now, let's take a look at the sketch. These is what your originals kitsch looks like. So what I'm going to do, I'm gonna outline the strawberry with raid and in the middle, I will be using this color previously used on the flower. Three 33 28. My skitch has three collars and black, So basically four, I don't think I'm gonna use this many colors. I'm just going to simplify. Sorry. And again to freehand we just need to feel a shape and with the color. So what I'm doing unintentionally Well, semi intentionally, I'm going old around the U go on tour in the back. Pulis out off the way, Sarge. Again if you lose your corn tour is your general. Couldn't fix it a little bit. And let's go again. These tales right here from the opposite scientists of the anchor. It's very much on my way. But I for some reason, I just feel resistant to cut it. You can in between the stitches. Same way I'm feeling in the shape of the strawberry. Breyer. I will try and keep the middle empty to fill it in with the lighter color with the lighter it and all around the contour. We can go with this. What color? Now I feel like my fabric is getting kind of loose. So what? I'm on, Jim. Just pull it from a couple of directions. Just make sure that your pattern season stretched like like this, For example, Just make sure that the shape is still the original shape that we drew. Okay, So much better. And the ongoing taylor here in the woods. You know what? I'm just gonna go ahead and cut it. Look, I found a small scissors dropped back to it, So look how the stage goes one direction right here. I think I'm about to turn so it can go the opposite side and the Here's the middle on the bottom, the middle of the strawberry perfect spot to turn a stitch in the opposite way. See how I'm going under to make sure that that when I pull the thread yeah, see what happens when the stool or it catches on just about anything. So I pulled a thread and it goes in the perfect place. Okay, She my knocks a little bit king on it, but I assure you it will all make sense. And I know you probably be panicking while you make in your project saying that he looks ugly or you don't like it. It's OK. You know, every every earthwork has an ugly stage. You just have to basically push through it. Even if you don't like it, keep keep doing it. And in the same at the same time, I think what exactly you do not like about it, and how can you fix it? Keep going. Just keep going. Because that's how the projects for the most board get abandoned. Oh, my gosh. It's just doesn't look the same way the way that I want for it to look. And, uh, that's it you didn't give up. Please don't. It's just aren't really nothing to be stressing about. Which doesn't mean that you don't have to make an effort but making effort in Oregon stress and about art, different things. Well, you don't sweater. That looks better. Smaller elements are more difficult to work on. And the good thing about embroidery, you can always cut it and start over. And if you really want to redo it, please redo it. It's you know, it's fine. You don't like something that's easier to fix it. Then just walk around, not liking it. Okay? I stretched it. I pulled a thread alot too much. I think I like it this way. Maybe a couple more red stitches on top. Honestly, I seriously want to keep it the same color. So maybe you should keep it this way. You know what? Yes. Let's Let's not over think. Let's make the strawberries. 03 off them. Just plain right. - Okay . I think this is good. Let's not forget that we will still add some black sea detail and I'm gonna go ahead and embroider the rest of them in the same color 11. Embroidering the stems with a vine stitch: Okay, so this is what we have. We have a flower. I have three strawberries and solid color, as I decided to do. Now we need to start working on the stems. I think I will make the flower steam green and the strawberry steams. I'll do them in black. So for the stem, we will use vine stitch. So this is the green that I'm using. This dark. Not very saturated. Green, bluish green, grazier green maybe. So here is my Natal. Pull it and I'm making my stitches long. Just sold the final artwork. Looks a little bit more relaxed. So here's a stitch. The next one we're going to stick right here. You see the needle? Right here? Grab it. Pull. Find in the middle. Move this threat a little bit so we can stick the needle right under it. But in now is the vine stitch. All right. Here. One again. Move it a little bit. Was sticking it right under the three of the previous stitch in the middle of it. Somewhere. Here. Pull. Don't pull too hard. Of course. Okay. I said how you can make it more curvy. I'm gonna show you how to make it more curvy so normally would stick the needle right under the previous stitch. We're going to stick it a little bit further here, so we're gonna pull it like this. Pull it, stick it in. It kind of goes in the curve, okay? And keep going on the way until the an of the stem. Now I'm thinking, maybe later I will add some black accents to it. Maybe not. What scene? Also, I am making sure that I'm holding the rest of my sweater to aside. It's just so I don't stitch together two sides. That would be unfortunate. He would have to cut the thread and start all over, so please pay attention. - Okay ? No, we need to move the hope not. This is not my favorite part. What? When you have to do what you have to do it and losing it up right here. I am carefully. So the whole thing doesn't fall out. We will pull the fabric more. We have three here. Some of the stitching Rangel under the hope nothing's gonna happen to it. We just want to make sure that what we are stitching what we are working on is inside the hope. We need it stretched nicely. Okay. All right. I did it. So it in and back up. All right. It looks good. So it keeps Dejan roll it up. So again we make sure we don't stitch together the sweater. So now I'm kind off. I've lost my, um outlined. The one that I did, which is fine. Doesn't have to be perfect because our leaves will cover this part anyway, So if you're staying is not perfect. Don't be stressing about it, however, Try to stay on the line. - Yeah . Okay. I think that's good in perfect, but looks fine. Now, I still have a lot of thread lift. Quite a bit. So what I'm gonna do, I'm going to start working on this live, I believe right here. I grabbed my pain. It's so wait, You're weird shape. But we wanted weird as the whole purpose. So about this much, I would say I'm going to stick it on green just because and suits. Since we have already started working on the leaves, I'm gonna go ahead and explain you this part. Hurry year. I'm gonna stitch it on green. The part right here are will stick it in blue. And, um, I think I will go back to Green, maybe a little bit on top and on the side. I'm not quite sure about that yet, but our just go intuitively. It really doesn't matter that much. 12. Embroidering the leaves: All right. So I'm still working on the leaf, the bottom off the leave green, this part, the middle part. I decided to make it blue. And now the remainder of this leave right here. I'm gonna go back and make it green. This is how I'm going to be working. I'm gonna bring it up closer so you can take a look at the stitches. They go in the same direction free stitch. And, uh, once again, I'm starting from top, going to the bottom without overthinking it. I'm not trying to make to pretty once again, just filling up filling up the space with a certain color of a thread in this manner. You can go ahead and, um, work on the ages first. If that's more simple, outline the age. - So when you outline the age, it's basically the same thing. Is the vine states right here? Very similar. I guess it's actually the same thing. I've never thought about it from me. This activity is mainly of relaxation. And the I don't really like thinking about the types of stitches. Well, how perfect looks it looks for the nice. It doesn't need to be perfect to look good. Honestly. Okay, so would this outline. I'm gonna go ahead and quickly. Well, no rush, but I I'm trying to finish the video, so I'm gonna go ahead and quickly as much as I came, fill in the space so I can move into this leave and they sleeve, and, uh, I started working with the details afterwards. 13. Adding detail with black yarn: So I finished with the leaf right here. And before I start on the rest of them, I'm gonna go ahead and add some details on the strawberries and also work on the steams. I have. This stands right here. So what I'm gonna do, I'm going to start with the detail with the seeds on this strawberry and go down with this time, go up with this time at some detail right here and probably will run out of thread and work on this strawberry and the steam. So let's start. So I did one stitch, and one stage is not really noticeable right now. I'm gonna go ahead and reinforce it like perfect. So whenever you pull the thread and the stitches disappear, you can go back and always maketh, um, more solid with the second states right over going out to make them too long. Those are the seeds. Mine are honestly, a little bit too long. But again, as you probably know, I'm not stressing about it. One more here and lived in. We'll see if we need another one anywhere else. Probably So one here in the bottom and one more year. All right, there we go now. Let's go ahead and work on the stem. We're going to start right at the bottom off the strawberry. Later on, right here, we will stitch some leaves and actually let me go ahead and show you the original sketch. This is what we were going to stitch later. So we're stitch in the stem. He was in the vine stitch that I showed you guys before right here. And I feel like I do need to tighten up the fabric again. Stretch it a little bit more, go around and pull it likely. Not too much. So we do not distort the drawing, the lines that he made on the fabric. Okay, so in this manner, we're gonna be working on the rest of the stamps and the details. 14. Adding detail with French knots: Okay. I decided to go ahead and add some detail to this flower because I still have a little bit more of the black thread left in my Nittel. So just to remind you guys thing is what the original sketch looks like and what we're gonna be working on is this black little knees. I'm not a biologist. I do not know what they called. I forgot, but that doesn't really matter. So I have started on the first month what we go. And should you gonna make some French knots at the very end of it, I will try not to shake the camera too much. So would get the needle and the thread on this side after that. You know, little run to get to is enough, and we're gonna go back in there. We're gonna hold this part of the threat side pushing in the needle. Then you can switch, hold the whole thing with the thumb, pushed the rest of the needle. And with the sun pool, it's from the opposite side. It will take some effort to pull it like it's right now. Taken may some effort. I'm still holding it with my son. Here we go. Here's a French novel here. Let's work in the next one on the same. Just gonna go ahead and start with the French Not right here, but this whole situation on this side. All right, let's set it on the table once again. One to going back. All right. Bush in it. Here is my thumb. I told him that purple right there, a little bit too chunky, but I think is gonna work. So in this manner, we're going to connect it with a vine stitch to the bottom. - And here we're just gonna merge them together. Actually, that's good. You can start working, and the 3rd 1 is going to go up for you. - Okay . How high do we want to be? A little bit harder like this? All right. And you guessed it. We're about to make another French. Not hey one holding it. The thumb. That's very the end of the middle. Right here. We're gonna press it down with the thumb. Pull the needle with another hand. It's not OK. It is. Let me go. Maybe we can make another, Not just to make it a little bit more prominent. All right, see college girls. I think I like it. So I'm gonna make another chew off these elements, and they are switching to the leaves. 15. Finished project review: All right, so I finished it. I'm gonna bring it closer to the camera. I stopped filming probably around this bird when I was working on the vines, but the leaves are made with the same stitch. It's a free hand, more or less long and short. But we don't care how long and how short the stitches are. We just care about filling in the space with color. This small, optional elements on the heart I used the vines teach same thing here. Levine. And this one is just I didn't even know what I used on it. Here is a French not right here. And, uh, whatever happened, happened. It looks OK. It's, um I like it. I wanted it to look crooked. So right now you see, there is some juice, the remainder of the jelly roll pain. I'm gonna have to wash this and I'll be able to wear. Okay. I hope you enjoyed the video. And I hope you will make your own project. Please post the pictures, please. The opposed the progress pictures. I will be checking in the Commons. See how you guys doing. Thank you so much for watching my our video. And I'll make some more in future if you want me to