My attention span isn't always what I would like. I admit, I find it difficult to stick to one task for long enough to get anything done. So I look around for tricks to hack my brain into getting stuff done.
One of those tricks is watching youtube videos in the background. It's a lot like when I used to watch TV, I knew the show was a set amount of time, and used that to guide my action. I would work until the show was over and it really helped to have the background noise to distract the part of my brain that want's to get up and do something else. Music helps too.
This last few years, I've been using Study With Me and LoFi Girl videos to help my crafting. But to be honest, studying isn't a good friend for crafting. It's so serious, the music is designed to cause deep focus and my crafting is more light brain work and repetitive tasks. I'm not engaging the same part of the brain.
I really needed something more craft specific. Preferably something with yarn, good music, and no talking.
But alas, the internet seems to be lacking in this.
So I made a thing.
45-minute timer, warping the loom, and good music.
I took the format off the study with me videos and it's the type of thing I like to watch. But will it take off? I don't know. I think it would be awesome if there were lots of different types of Craft With Me videos out there on the internet. Different crafts. Different times. Different moods. Some ASMR. Others with just music.
Mostly, I just love making these kinds of videos.