Finally, oh finally!! I'm pretty sure I've finished all the relocation of my webpages to the new site. ::crossing fingers for luck::
Therefore .. the Big Announcment ... ::drumroll, please::
|The Dread Pirate Rodgers website is now at
Either one .. makes no difference. They both go to the same website.
All of my pages are now at there ... the main index page, which will direct you to all the different topics:
* personal info,
* quilting (which includes the tutorials),
* machine embroidery,
* Corpus Delecti .... or tales of Sneaks, the Mighty Hunter. :-)
If you are familiar with the way my pages looked at the previous sites, you'll feel reassured because they are the *same pages*, just relocated to one place.
All of my tutorials are still available (for a while) at the Freeservers site. This is because there are a LOT of other websites that have linked to the Freeservers place. I don't want to turn away people who are finding my tutorials from those other websites. I'm in the process of contacting as many as I can to request that they update their links to my new site.
On the new site at PirateRodgers.com, you will find ALL of my tutorials available on the quilting page They are the same web page tutorials as they have always been. The PDFs to download are there also.
As I've gone through *each and every web page*, I've updated the info on some of them, as I saw prudent.
I was astonished to discover that I have 225 quilting pages, with projects dating from 1978 to current day.
There are 65 machine embroidery pages .. but that's because I got my embroidery machine in 2004 .... and honestly, I keep forgetting that I have some gorgeous designs to use, otherwise, I'd probably have more embroidery pages! :-)
The sewing page is more modest ... only 55 pages there. I really only started keeping track of my sewing stuff from 2003 onwards. All the really early stuff, the outfits I made for our 3 girls when they were infants and toddlers and young girls, don't have pages (yet). Honest to goodness, computers weren't even INVENTED when I was sewing those outfits! :-) I've certainly *saved* them; they are in my cedar chests. I do plan to do some archeological digs to unearth them. :-) Then I'll make the pages for those outfits. It's on the list of Things To Do. Really. :-)
I'm so pleased to finally have everything under one roof, so to speak. I hope you'll wander on over to the new site, PirateRodgers.com and take a look. There's LOTS of stuff to see and read about! :-)
(and yes, please do email me if you find broken links or pictures that don't load. I'm pretty sure that I've checked them all out but I think my eyeballs have become permanently crossed at this point. :-) )