Bonus Material - Spotlight on Practice

Practice is such an important part of the learning process. The Self-Assessment gives ideas on areas of improvement and the Practice Log gives you space to record information about the projects.   

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Title Page

    • Welcome Video from Cynthia

    • Table of Contents

    • Introduction

    • Background

    • Safety Message

  • 2

    Section 1: Tools & Supplies

    • 1.0 Introduction and Contents

    • 1.1 Overview: Tools and Supplies for this Course

    • 1.2 Tools: Tack Hammer

    • 1.3 Tools: Curved Needles

    • 1.4 Supplies: Coil Springs

    • 1.5 Supplies: Twine

    • 1.6 Supplies: Webbing Nails

  • 3

    Section 2: Preparation

    • 2.0 Introduction and Contents

    • 2.1 Video: Webbing Placement

    • 2.2 Method: Webbing Placement

    • 2.3 Exercise: Determine Webbing Placement

    • 2.4 Exercise: Webbing

    • 2.5 Exercise: Webbing Nails

    • 2.6 Method: Plan and Mark the Spring Layout

    • 2.7 Video: Stitch the Springs to Webbing

    • 2.8 Method: Stitch the Springs to Webbing

    • 2.9 Method: Overhand Knot Under Webbing

    • 2.10 Exercise: Stitch Your Springs to Webbing

    • 2.11 Evaluation: Quiz - Preparation

    • 2.12 Evaluation: Methods Self-Assessment

  • 4

    Section 3: Spring Tying

    • 3.0 Introduction and Contents

    • 3.1 Video: Starting the Twine

    • 3.2 Exercise: Starting Twine

    • 3.3 Video: First Pass - Back to Front

    • 3.4 Method: First Pass - Back to Fronts

    • 3.5 Exercise: First Pass - Back to Front

    • 3.6 Video: Second Pass

    • 3.7 Method: Second Pass

    • 3.8 Exercise: Second Pass

    • 3.9 Exercise: Quality Checks

    • 3.10 Video: Side to Side

    • 3.11 Exercise: Side to Side

    • 3.12 Video: Diagonal

    • 3.13 Method: Diagonal

    • 3.14 Exercise: Diagonal

    • 3.15 Video: Burlap

    • 3.16 Method: Burlap

    • 3.17 Exercise: Burlap

    • 3.18 Evaluation: Quiz - Spring Tying

    • 3.19 Evaluation: Methods Self-Assessment

  • 5

    Section 4: Beyond this Course

    • 4.0 Introduction and Contents

    • 4.1 Method: Transferable Concepts

    • 4.2 Example: Seven Spring Layout

  • 6

    Section 5: Resources

    • 5.0 Introduction and Contents

    • 5.1 Resource: Book Recommendations

  • 7

    Section 6: Closing Thoughts

    • 6.1 Video: Closing Thoughts from Cynthia