Saturday, April 16, 2011

Look at what's new!

Hi everyone:




Well, it's a snowy day - again - in Calgary, so what's a girl to do but work on her computer. I was going to do some sewing, but decided to work on my blog first. 


I've been wanting to add some tabs across the top of my blog to allow my readers to access more information and I've finally figured out how to do it. Yup, I'm a bit of a slow learner sometimes!






I'm pleased that everything seems to be working okay and hope that you'll let me know if you encounter any problems. Now you can see my free patterns and tutorials, as well as previous posts relating to Accuquilt items. 


I hope to be adding more tabs and information in the future. 


What type of static (ie. items that don't change) information do you like to see on a craft blog?

6 comments:

quiltmom said...

Sorry to hear about the snow- so far today we don't have it in Edmonton but we had it earlier this week. We are so longing for spring- I am sure you are too.
Thanks for the tabs- I am going to have fun exploring them.
Regards,
Anna

Kim said...

Hope the snow doesn't head your way - it's been snowing here since early morning and is actually staying on the ground. Maybe we'll just skip spring and jump right into summer :)

SewCalGal said...

I hope Spring comes to your area soon! Love the new features you added to your blog.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Karin @ Sew~WriteCreations on etsy said...

Oh my gosh - and here I am, basking in 80* and sunny and watching the hummingbird dogfights! Oh, I can't tell you how thrilled I am that I live in South Texas! But, hey, your tabs are cool, unlike that S-stuff!! I like that it's easy to get to tutorials and tips & stuff. Our blog has our home page, our pictures page, our contact page & comments page. Only the home page content really changes much. The pictures page (tab) is really a listing of links to our photoshop or picasa albums....then we have one set of usually 5-6 pics rotating on the home page. You can find us at http://thecallanders.name (just in case you're interested!) Good luck getting warm SOON!

Kim said...

Thanks for the "warm" wishes, gals! Karin, thanks for the information. I did check out your page and you've given me some more ideas on how to tweak my blog. After I've finished some sewing....:)

Lee D said...

Terrible here in red deer! Tabs are great!