Thursday, April 21, 2016

New Page


I had a real website at one time designed by Holly Knott and it was very nice. BUT, I never updated it and it got to be so out of date that I took it down. That's when I went to a web/blog where I could easily update it and add new quilts in the pages under my banner. Well, you know how that goes. I always think I'm going to do so much more than I do.  The pages now are out of date, but today I decided to take the bull by the horn and get to work and do some updating.

I have added one new page to the upper right under my banner, called Garden Studies. I will be adding more to these as I do them, but since I had just made 12 new ones they were handy for photographing. Please check it out and let me know what you think.

I promise to update my other pages in the next couple of weeks or so, so come back and see I I have done it.

I'm linking up with Off the Wall Friday.

5 comments:

The Inside Stori said...

I hear ya.....it's so challenging to keep all the 'plates spinning'. I'm always happy to see your stunning work!!

quiltedfabricart said...

I made a website on go daddy but then found I wasn't updating it and I like to blog once a week better so went back to just having a blog with pages as well. Did you know you can get a domain name for less than 20 bucks a year and then have your blog connected to it . For instance if you type in quiltedfabricart.com you will go to my blogspot blog

QuiltSwissy said...

I love your work! i have a friend who alter her photos in photoshop and thread works them along with various mediums and sloppy stuff she slathers on. I am so enthralled with both techniques. I think I really need to take a photoshop course....soon!

LA Paylor said...

I don't want the upkeep of a web page...
your series is so good. What's it feel like to sell out every exhibit?? nice!

Regina B Dunn said...

It's a beautiful series. I like that you include detail shots, too.