* Becket started a blog!

Posted on September 23rd, 2008 by maitreya. Filed under Crafty Links.

Becket, my friend and occasional craftlog poster, has started her own blog! It’s called California Crafter and it’s pretty much super.


Seeing her fresh new blog has also finally inspired me to fix my stupid layout. Somewhere all my kludgey css cut-and-pasting went wrong and the site apparently looked awful on Internet Explorer, which 43% of craftlog visitors use according to my sitemeter stats. (Really? That many people still use IE? Huh.) Anyway, Mark’s convinced me that WordPress is the way to go instead of starting over in Movable Type, so here’s my new stripped-down style. Please comment if you notice things start breaking. The links and RSS feed and everything should still be the same.

Oh, and can anyone recommend some sort of library widget to keep track of my craft books? Right now I’m doing it by hand, which means it essentially never gets updated.

2 Responses to “Becket started a blog!”

  1. Lee Burnham Says:

    I too would LOVE a way to keep track of my quilting books. I live in fear of shelling out money for one I already have. And I can never FIND the one I want. I will await replies.

  2. Natalie Says:

    Hi, I found your blog through whip up. I use goodreads.com to keep track of the books I’ve been reading. They have a pretty easy widget that doesn’t take too much time or energy. Good luck!


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