Blogging and Podcasting

Welcome to my brand new blog!  ‘Not another blog’ I hear you cry…  Yes I am afraid so.  I previously used a WordPress blog and it was really good, but I was lured away to Tumblr because their blog templates are just beautiful and ideal for displaying photos (as so much of what I do is visual this seemed perfect).  However it turns out that Tumblr is not set up for podcasting – which has always been part of my master plan.  So here I am back at WordPress (having deleted my old WordPress blog just a few days ago – BIG oops!)  It turns out the WordPress is just perfect for podcasters…  So the blog isn’t looking too pretty at the moment but I will start customising it soon I promise.  I also expect to blog quite a bit over the coming weeks to gather a little interest.

You can check out my ‘old’ Tumblr blog here as I intend to leave it up for a while.

So I am now going to work on the brand new iMake podcast… watch this space!

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Welcome to the iMake Blog

iMake is the home of handmade in Guernsey, Channel Islands.

The iMake blog is where I share my love of all things handmade, through photos, links, tutorials, general ramblings and the iMake podcast. To find the podcast, visit the podcast page of this blog.

If you would like to know more about iMake please visit www.imake.gg or email info@imake.gg.

iMake is on Facebook, Twitter, Ravelry, Flickr, Folksy and Pinterest.  Please click on the icons below to be taken directly to the iMake pages. 

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Who is iMake?

Guernsey girl, maker of stuff, teacher, knitter, blogger, podcaster, tweeter, lover of stationery, geek, crocheter, jewellery maker, domestic goddess (sort of), paper crafter, g&t drinker, artist, singer and reluctant sports person.

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