I have been contemplating updating my site and the blog for some time. Before I change it up too much though, I wanted to solicit input from all of you. I want my posts to be worth your time to read and the site to be worthy of your follows.
As many of you other bloggers probably have found, it can be very difficult coming up with new content. There are lots of things that don’t get posted, since as a designer, I spend lots of time knitting or crocheting things that end up getting frogged because my experiments didn’t quite pan out. I was thinking of organizing my posts into more series and redoing the categories to make it easier to find certain subjects.
But first, please leave me comments, let me know the types of posts you’ve enjoyed most in the past, anything you’d like to see in the future, what you find most helpful, what’s entertaining, or anything else you’d like to share with me. And as always, thank you for reading and thank you for your support!
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This is a difficult question, just write what you feel we need and you have knowledge about…hope that helps 🙂
Thank you – I appreciate that! 🙂
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Generally I enjoy reading about what people are working on, FO’s and design inspirations. You say you spend a lot of time making things that get frogged
Oop’s pressed sent too early! What I was say is that you say you spend time frogging things that don’t work out but what I would find interesting is why they didn’t work out, perhaps you could share some of your thinking and learnings? It’s always good to learn handy hints and tips from fellow knitters and designers! I enjoy reading your blog so whatever you decide to do I will follow with interest 🙂
Thank you so much, I’m happy you enjoy my posts! I will keep that in mind. To be honest, I often don’t think to document the mistakes. If it doesn’t work as planned, I usually don’t like it, am annoyed and rip it out to try something else. lol I will keep that in mind though and try to remember to document my process more. Thank you for the feedback. 🙂
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