I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but my home page has a few new additions.
One day, on my Facebook page, I mentioned that I’d been doing blog posts on “How to Sew Doll Shirt Collars,” and someone said, “Wait, there’s a blog on your website? How do I get to that?”
I guess she only accessed my website from her phone, and for whatever reason, she had never used the circular menu button that’s up in the corner at the top of the page (visible from smaller devices only).
So it occurred to me that there were probably a lot of other people who frequent this website but are unaware that there are several pages to visit from the home page.
Of course, if you access this site from a laptop or desktop computer, you’ll see the whole menu at the top (see arrow):
No matter whether you’re accessing this site from a desktop computer, a cell phone, a tablet, or any other device, you’ve always got the search tool at the top of the page though. So if you wanted to see all my blog posts on, say, my charity work for example, you could just type in the word “charity,” and it would give you all of those blog posts, including the page “About the Designer,” which is one of the menu options.
Here’s an image that takes a closer look at that search tool:
But to make the menu items even easier for folks who access this site with a cell phone, I’ve now added three new buttons at the bottom of the purple “Home” page.
However about a month ago, I added three brand new buttons at the bottom of the “Home” page. These buttons will link you directly to “Sewing Basics,” my blog posts, and a shopping guide:
So if you’re ever wondering where to buy miniature belt buckles, tiny buttons for Barbie clothes, or how to find the perfect lace for your doll dresses, just hit the “shop” button.
(And by the way, when you do buy something using my “shop” page, this website will get a small commission payment, which helps me keep this website running!)
And if you’re just learning how to sew and need a few tips on how to sew snaps on fabric, how to use bias tape, or how to do a whipstitch, the “sewing basics” button is just for you!