A New Sew Daily Website For You (And Me)!

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I don’t know who’s more excited than me about the launch of the new Sew Daily website. This is our site’s first redesign ever, and, boy is it a good one.

The first thing you’ll probably notice is how bright and airy  it feels. Everything is easy to find, and our images are beautifully placed. Plus we have a nice selection of videos  to watch and I’ll change those out frequently to keep you updated . Plus, the navigation bar has all your favorite pages from the old site, with a few exceptions.

Here’s what you need to know:
•    All of the important articles and patterns you’ve read and used over the years are still here. You can find them using the pull-down menus above.
•    Were you a register user before? Your username/password should still work. Try to log in using the “Log In” button top right of the site.
•    If your login information doesn’t work, reset your password, which will send you an e-mail with a link to reset it.  After that you should be good to go.
•    If the site says you’re not a user, register for the site, so you can see the free pattern downloads, comment on blog posts and more.
•    We ‘ve removed the Forums that were previously on the Sew Daily site. However, we have replaced them with a Member Galleries. You can easily post your creations here, chat in the comments section and meet others who love to sew.

Please let me know what you think of our new site. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

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2 thoughts on “A New Sew Daily Website For You (And Me)!

  1. Hi Jill–

    Just letting you know you are not the only one who waits until the calendar says “December 1” to start hurriedly making gifts. (This year I am doing YoYo Christmas trees with bead ornaments and holiday motifs embroidered on flour sack dish towels. I have 2 trees made–Yikes–I need to get busy.) **I do knit cotton dishrags throughout the year, so always have a stockpile of them! They are a gift that EVERYONE loves!

    I have been a procastinator my whole life. Many times as a teenager, I would come home from high school and make a dress to wear that evening. (My mother always said I would be hemming my wedding dress on the way to the church!)
    Thankfully, that did not happen 🙂

    Somehow, it always gets done. We show up when we are supposed to. We are prepared–(even if our blood pressure is up a little), BUT we always get it done–and done right. AND–most often–perfectly so!!

    Merry Christmas–
    Dinamic Diane

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