Woman Sewing by Lamplight
Jean-Francois Millet (1814-1875)
Good Morning, Quilters!
Last Friday we did a little time travel and answered the questions:
“What will our quilts say about us to future generations?” and
“What do we want our quilts to say?”
Today, let’s consider another question:
Why do we quilt?
For many of us, we quilt because we have so many UFOs, spools of thread and yards of fabric. We can’t stop now…
But isn’t there a deeper reason?
Creativity that must be unleashed? A connection with the past? A connection to the future?
I’m sure there’s more to it than “We love fabric…”
Spend a fifteen minutes this week thinking about WHY you quilt.
Perhaps add a page to your Quilt Notebook.
And please share…you know—
We’d LOVE to hear!
Happy Quilting and Thinking!
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