One of the fascinating things about a blog is taking a peek behind the scenes of a website. As the blog owner I have regular access to the type of searches and other sites which refer users to the blog. For me, this experience provides the same level of intrigue as other “back stage” experiences; maybe like being in a cockpit of a plane or in a production studio.
You Asked: Free Crinoline Pattern
For me, a peak into the wonders of the internet revealed that the most common word searches for my blog are submitted by sewists seeking a (free) crinoline pattern for under a child’s dress or a wedding dress. About six months ago, I posted a brief tutorial for a wedding dress crinoline, which is what the search engines are targeting. I understand why that posting gets a lot of hits, because when I tried to find a free crinoline pattern online, I struck out – hence the reason for the post.
Last week as my good friend Barb, was making a flower girl dress for her granddaughter, she asked me for directions on how to make a child’s crinoline. That request reminded me that I’d started this post a long time ago. Because of the number of photos and the length of the text, this would have been a really boring and long blog post. Instead I put the instructions and photos into a really long and boring document. This is hardly high fashion, but it’s a try at writing instructions. Now I understand why there are so many patterns which are poorly written – It’s really tough to describe how to sew a garment, even with a lot of photos.
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