Episode 6 – Making

Welcome to episode 6 of the iMake podcast.  In this episode we will drool over a brand spanking new craft magazine, learn about the Guernsey pound and hear about iMake’s recent creative exploits (of which there are many!)  So pour yourself a glass of red wine, grab your current work in progress, and let’s indulge in some crafty chatter.

Click the link below to listen online:

Episode 6 – Making

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Here are the websites mentioned in the show:

Finally it is lovely to hear from listeners, feel free to email me on info@imake.gg or click on any of the social networking icons on the right hand side of this blog.

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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.

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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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