Well, after hours of talking to tech support, and after waiting for the new site to show up on my own computer (after it showed up on other computers all over the place), the new pieceocake.com site works! If, as you click around, you find a problem, please do let me know. I’ll do my best to fix it.
Now I will share some pretty pictures with you that I took last Saturday morning at Gardenland, a most amazing local nursery. I was there on my 52 Week Photo Challenge assignment and I’ll be going back. What a great place to take photos—and to shop! That welcome sign is now hanging in my backyard :-).
I want this wagon wheel but am not sure where I’d put it. Steve loves the welcome sign but is less sure about the wheel.
Isn’t this a good edging idea? Although I have no idea where to find a lot of license tags.
There are lovely flowers at Gardenland and they just beg to be photographed.
I leave early Thursday morning to teach for the Pride of the Prairie Quilt Guild in the Chicago area. I hope the web site is running seamelssly by then, and that I can get my email sorted out. It’s a long story but changing the site changed my email. Sigh. Computers are great when they work and terrible when they don’t.
Hi Becky, I still can’t do any searching on your website. Best of luck to get this fixed. Sherrey Kellogg Sd_kidd@msn.com
Sent from my iPad
I just used the search function (on the top of the page, next to the spyglass) and it worked for me. Which search are you using?
The website works great! Just watched some of your videos–I’m always getting sucked in when it comes to watching videos! thanks for the free education… Love your colorful Welcome sign for the backyard, & I love the wagon wheel too!
the sign is fabulous – and the wheel – an absolute must-have. You will find a place for it! Ellyn Wood Retired and LOVING it! “I think that if ever a mortal heard the voice of God it would be in a garden at the cool of the day.”
Looking forward to seeing you at our guild on Thursday night!
I liked your “old” site, but the new one is lovely and clean looking. I’ll spend more time looking around later, but I can only imagine the pain it has been to make the change. Job well done!
Hi Becky, just watched your question and answer session on The Quilt Show. Enjoyed your responses so much. I have a question. Who is Edrika Hughes (spelling)? I’m curious.
Thank you, Stephanie
Edrica Huws was a quilter who made amazing quilts, back in the day. Here’s a link to images. Just amazing.