Monday, October 28, 2019

It's done!

   


My new web site is up and running.  I would like to take credit for it, but of course I can't.   The young man who did all the work, was kind enough to say that I helped, and of course, I gave him the photos and the text, but he did the heavy lifting.   I could never have built this web site by myself.

Crazy as a Loom Weaving Studio

Please look it over, and give me your feedback.  I hope you like it as well as I do.
I am especially in love with the logo, top left of the home page.  He really nailed it.

There are only 10 items for sale on it for now.   I have the big Hudson Mohawk Weaver's Guild show coming up Nov 21-24, in Latham, NY.  I will wait until that is over, and then I will seriously list everything in the shop.

He was unable to bring my whole blog over to the site, there are so many posts since 2007.  But he brought over the last 10 posts, and a link back here, if someone is of the mind to read old stuff.
I will not delete this blog, but leave it here for whoever might want to read it.  And to be honest, I am always going back myself, to find out when I went somewhere, or when something in particular happened.  It's here, in my blog, most often.

So here it is:   For future use.

Crazy as a Loom Blog

Or you can just go to www.crazyasaloom.com  and click on the blog heading on the right.

I think that this is way overdue.  I probably should have done it years ago.   It's all about investing in myself, and in what I love.   It's a web site that I can be proud of.   I realize now how amateurish my old site was, and why it didn't encourage anyone to hang around at all.
My assignment for quiet evenings is to watch You Tube videos about Woo Commerce, because I will have to get comfortable with listing products.  I am hoping to have  a hefty amount of greeting cards, a lot of dish towels, and a ton of clothes up by the end of the year, which, btw, is not all that far away.

On other fronts, I have managed to gather a good stash of vintage books, destined for paper crafting this winter.

It's a time for sweaters, and hot tea, and planning projects.........right now, the weather is holding.  But we know that won't last for long.

So check it out.......please comment......I hope you like it.

See you over there.

Hilary





1 comment:

deb said...

Your new website looks fabulous! Best wishes to you and your online sales.

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