Have you ever wondered, how those amazing prolific quilters’ finish so many quilt? Here is a tip. They almost certainly aren’t quilting all day, but, I’m sure they dream they could. I’m blow away, by how productive women with these lovely quilting blogs can be, and they have kids, jobs and online businesses. That’s what I call Quilting Envy. Are you wishing, hoping and dreaming that one day you will have time to get all those sewing projects out of your closet and quilted too.
I overheard a comment the other day (I don’t know who said it). However, this is what I overheard.”What?! That’s all the sewing you did this last month? You must quilt all day long.” I had a small stack of quilts at different stages of being completed. Some had been in my closet waiting for the right moment to be quilted, while other were brand new projects.
“What?! That’s all the sewing you did this last month? You must quilt all day long.” the voice called out.
“Umm, nope. I don’t actually quilt all day.” I thought to myself.
I’m not an exception to lifes’ chores and errands. I even go to school, at The University of the Fraser Valley to receive a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, which means I have homework.
I create this list is to help quilters’, like myself, to help take advantage of these moments we get to work on our hobbies. This 10 step guide is so simple you could implement them right away.
Why are you waiting? Starting creating more time to quilt now! Click on the image below to download this free printable.
I’d like to know your tips to finding more time for sewing. Leave a comment below.