Apology – and catching up!

The observant among you will have noticed that my posts have somewhat dried up of late.  There is a reason for that, or rather, lots of little reasons.  I have been working very hard at my RSN modules, and also at being a vicar’s wife and sunday school teacher, so when my blog mysteriously stopped working, I have had very little time to dedicate to fixing it.  Several times, I have sat down, dertermined to fix it, but it has out-foxed me.  The problem was that it could have been caused by any number of things from my web hosts to my plugins to my wordpress settings.  I won’t bore you all with the details, but I have finally managed to work my way through the entire set-up, updating, backing up and reinstalling as I went.  Of course, it would turn out to be the silliest thing – It was the theme I was using from wordpress.  So if my blog looks a little different, it is because I have had to switch themes.  I figured a change of colour scheme was preferable to having no pictures in a blog that is all about embroidered pictures!

Looking back a while to where I left off, I can see that I was just introducing you to my canvas work module.  Yikes, a lot of water has flowed under the bridge since then! Following on from this post, I will post several gallery style posts to catch you up to where I am now, so that those of you following my progress through the RSN certificate and diploma process can see where I have got to, and how I got here…  Once again, many apologies for the long absence!

A little word about facebook.  In addition to this blog, which is where I like to go in to detail about my projects, I also have a facebook page, which is regularly updated with snippets and photographs of my work.  If you use facebook, please do come along and like my page!

 

Author: emmafrith76

I am an embroiderer, learning to craft my art with the Royal School of Needlework in the studio of my tutor, Tracy Franklin. I am a vicar's wife and children's church volunteer., and yes, I really do bake and make jam. I have Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. My wheelchairs and my scooter are my freedom and I love them.

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