Dear Blogger, next time you develop "known issues" please could you make sure I know about them, preferably before I dismantle my blog. Not being able to put it back together again is proving a tad inconvenient!I've finally found workarounds for most things, but at the expense of finding time for anything else this last week. Ditching the sidebar was intentional but I'd also planned to have finished the archive and blogroll* pages by now and I haven't, quite. So as I continue to negotiate the Blogger maze there may be a few more changes yet. Can you find everything? Do please let me know if something needs fixing! And what do you think of the pink? It was rather unexpected, but I tried it, I liked it, and it's stuck. (Edited to add that officially my 'pink' is a "pale red-orange", so a pale and pinkish terracotta if you will. My monitor is calibrated for digital photography but of course not everyone's is, which coupled with individual perceptions means that fascinatingly, if predictably, we're all seeing something slightly different.) Hopefully now that the bulk of the work is done here I can start to catch up with everyone, and with my emails and such. You've all been so encouraging and complimentary, and so very patient, for which thank you lovely people, thank you! A number of you asked about the title font I've chosen. It's called Eaglefeather** and is based on an alphabet designed in 1922 by Frank Lloyd Wright for architectural drawings for 'Eaglerock', a house that was never built. Wright designed project specific lettering for a number of his houses, and for the hand printed book The House Beautiful. I've also replaced the little heart divider I was using here with a glyph from one of his alphabets. Some of you asked why I've bothered to do this at all. It's a hard question to answer but though the blog's design hadn't changed significantly since knitsofacto's beginning I have. Or rather, the 'me' that I bring to these pages has changed as I've become more confident as a blogger. I spent the first year finding my feet, the second year finding my audience, and the third year finding myself ... is that true for all who travel this road I wonder? So, a month before the third anniversary of my first post a completely new look, and a determination to dare a little more, in my own quiet way. But enough about me, because truly it's all about you. Would I write a word here if nobody came by? Honestly, I doubt it. That so many of you do is both a privilege and a joy. Thank you.