It's been an embarrassingly long time since I logged in here (so long that I'd forgotten my password, ahem!) but the wait has been because I've been working on a new novel and a new cross stitch design.
The trouble with attempting to write a regular blog is that you do tend to feel guilty when you don't get round to updating it as often as you should. I've got really good reasons for not having updated it, so shouldn't be feeling guilty but I guess that's modern life for you.
I've been promising them for ages and now they're finally here: a new Lady Elinor and a new character, Lady Maude. And what would you know, as I uploaded Lady Maude I spotted an error in the chart. Grrr...
OK so I've returned to the subject of copyright. It's one of my hobbyhorses because I live in hope that, eventually, people will see the harm they do. This time around it's not a designer who's complaining...
A story that explains why copyright is so important
7/3/2014 11:43:07 AM
You may think that the importance of copyright is to do with money but that's not always the case. Fellow designer Gale Ffrench has given me permission to share the post she wrote on Facebook today. She tells her story far more powerfully than I can, so over to her.
I usually try really hard to blog on specific days of the week - it's a vague attempt at organisation but yesterday I got engroseed as I attempted to make a final decision on the latest Lady Elinor design.