haii.. i can’t play your videos.. can u help?
Oh dear, that’s strange. What web browser are you using? (Safari, firefox, chrome…) Perhaps try in a different browser or even on a different device and see if that helps. Let me know how it goes.
Hai Louise.. i still can’t get the video to play. i tried chrome & safari in my apple, and tried firefox in window based laptop. is there any other way to see your video? thank you..
Hi, I realised that unfortunately the website I use for video hosting (Vimeo) is blocked in Indonesia. I’m working on a solution for you. Or if you have access to a VPN that would also work.
we are not comfortable of connecting to vpn, as alot of rumors on hackers getting into our system for our bank information if we connect to vpn. i don’t know whether is true or not but we are avoiding it. sorry for the trouble, Louise..
No problem at all, I just thought I would check. I’m so sorry about this issue! I didn’t realise before today that Vimeo was blocked in some countries. Again, I am working on a solution, thanks for your patience.
sure. no worries.. thank you..
Hi Mieke, thanks so much for your patience with this issue! I’ve just sent you an email with instructions for accessing the videos on a different page. You may have to check for it in your junk folder.
Hali Louise.. i managed to watch all the movies, except 1, titled : a simple shibory wool bundle in week 1..
Great, I am glad they (mostly) worked for you. I’ll put weeks 4-6 videos on a separate page, so it doesn’t take too long to load. Week 4 is up already, check it out here: https://learn.gumnutmagic.com/living-colour-videos-2/ (with the same password). I’m not sure why the shibori wool video isn’t working, could you please try it again?
Finally getting back to your course and starting my iron mordant. I put some rusty items in a jar in vinegar. The next day most of the rust has come off of the items (nails, piece of metal). Should I remove the original items from the jar and let the vinegar work on the rusty bits?
Hi Brenda, it doesn’t really matter either way but personally I would keep it simple and leave them all in. They will continue to break down slowly over time and you can keep topping the jar up with more vinegar.
Great, thank you Louise 🙂
Hello Louise, I can’t watch the videos. What’s the problem?
Sorry about that Nathalie. I have emailed you some ideas and solutions.
I found in the market Potassium Aluminium Sulphate in the shape of white rocks. Is this good to use as my Alum?
Yes, that is perfect. You can look up recipes online for how much to use and how to prepare your fabric with it.
Hi, can I use my own homemade fruit vinegar (my homemade vinegar is already a red/orange color) to pour over my rusty items to make iron mordant. Or do you recommend sticking with store bought white vinegar? Thanks
Hmm, it would probably be fine, as long as it is fairly strong. It might take a little longer to break down, but I think it is worth trying. If you aren’t happy with the results, you could always try the white vinegar later.
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