I've been meaning to give the Driftless Cardigan from Grainline Studios a try for a while now. I cut out the pattern ages ago and it's been sitting in my to do pile waiting for me to get my act together. I finally made time to get it done last week and I also got to experiment with documenting the process.
I have a very basic set-up: two adjustable camera arms and four adjustable desk lamps with bright bulbs. It took me three trips to Fred Meyer to get all the lamps, but it was worth it. I was able to take all the photos I needed using my phone camera, and I edited the video in iMovie. It's not the most professional looking, but for my first try, I'm really quite happy with it. I plan to tinker with the positioning of lights and cameras so I can have better access to my sewing machine, and table top while I am working/documenting as the main obstacle in this process was having my work flow disrupted.
The final product is posted on YouTube, and it's the first of many. You can subscribe to the Gee Betty YouTube channel to get direct access to all new videos!