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1. Please don’t be shy, I love hearing from readers! I just want to mention that if you have a question about a specific tutorial it might help other readers if you (also) ask it in the comment field under that tutorial.
2. The videos alone, without their accompanying tutorials, can also be watched here/ todos los videos estan en mi canal de Youtube.
However, you miss a lot if you just watch them on Youtube – usually the video just shows the braiding moves, not how to make any variations of the braid, for example – that information is only in the text and photos of my website tutorial.
Plus, some of my braiding tutorials don’t have a video on Youtube, either because a video wasn’t necessary for them – like the hollow double braid, and the Genji-uchi braid, for example, or possibly because I haven’t gotten around to making a video yet, but do have pictures and a text description.
For links to all my tutorials click on the TUTORIALS tab in my upper menu.
3. Braids in my header photo: I haven’t yet posted tutorials for most of them. There’s a description of each of them here, including links to instructions for some of them. Email me or comment with any questions you may have about them or other braids on my blog.
4. Please don’t contact me if you are selling something, or trying to make some kind of business connection. I don’t answer such emails.
5. I don’t sell braids (or bracelets).
6. You are welcome to sell any braids you learn from my blog. My words, videos, and pictures are copyrighted, but any braids you make from my instructions are wholly yours. Please use your own words and images to describe or teach them (unless you are not receiving any payment for teaching – see #8 below).
7. The content of this blog is copyrighted, this includes all text, images, and videos. Scroll down to see my full copyright notice at the bottom of the sidebar on every page of this blog. “Pinning” on Pinterest of my own braids and photos is happily allowed, but not of other people’s work or photos (others are all clearly credited below the photo). Please contact me for permission to use pictures or any other content from this blog to teach loop braiding, unless the provisions in #8 below all apply. If you use your own words and images to teach the techniques you’ve learned here, there is of course no need for my permission, though I would greatly appreciate your sharing the link to my site.
8. If you would like to teach loop braiding to others using any of the images, videos or text from this blog, please contact me for permission first, using the contact form above. However, if and only if all of the following apply, you are welcome to use my content to teach loop braiding without my express permission (I would love to hear about your class, but that’s up to you!).
a. You do not receive any payment for teaching.
b. You will not place or ‘repost’ any of my content onto another website (see my copyright, bottom of sidebar).
c. You will include my name, and all pertinent urls on any class materials taken from this blog, and provide each student with that info.
If (a) above does not apply, it still may not be a problem to use some content taken directly from this site for teaching purposes (especially if you are a public school teacher), but please contact me for permission first.
Thanks for visiting Loop Braiding, I’d love to hear from you!
Info pages (these can also be accessed through the “About” tab in my upper menu):
Page 1: About Loop Braiding
Page 2: About Me
Page 3: Contact form
Page 4: A-fell, V-fell, Slentre, and hand-held loop braiding
Page 5: Too-Many-Loop Braids
Page 6: Unorthodox Braids
Page 7: Old English Pattern Books for Loop Braiding
Page 9: Alphabet braids of the 17th Century
Page 10: Terminology
Page 11: Guide to L-MBRIC (Masako Kinoshita’s Loop-Manipulation Braiding Research and Information Center News site)
Page 12: Braids in my header photo
Page 13: Mystery of the ‘Broad Lace’s sisters
Index to tutorials
Index to posts