|examples of oya|
I received a nice comment on one of my oya posts from a lady that has started an oya blog so here is her blog and her you tube site if you are interested in this. She is a new blog so not a lot of post yet but she does have some interesting videos that you may find useful in teaching yourself. She has some on needle, crochet, knitting, tatting, and bead-work all of which are used in oya.
I still have yet to sit down and teach myself but I almost always gather information on things I teach myself for years before I actually sit down and do it.W hen I do I can usually teach myself in one day what most people take months to get because I have studied out the concepts in my mind pretty well plus it doesn’t hurt to know so many different fiber arts that I can mix and match techniques pretty easily. If you want more links or book info that are on my blog look here for oya as I have few posts on this (17 counting this one as of the date of this post).