This (corrected) calendar is high resolution and can be download for print. Enjoy!
Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675)
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IS QUILTING AN ADDICTION?
Have you ever considered WHY you quilt? The first response that comes to my head is “Because I can’t stop”. So is it some kind of addiction? If you Google “quilts” and “addiction” pages and pages of information can be found-most are fabric stores, blogs, etc, but the notion of quilting as an addiction is not unique to me. I was unable to find any serious discussion about it, but I am left to wonder…
QUILTING IS BOTH A CREATIVE AND INTELLECTUAL CHALLENGE
What drives this quilt-obsession? For me, it’s the need to create and answer the question: What if? What if I tried this fabric combination instead of that? What if I used this thread instead? What if I changed that block to this one? What if I did “this” instead of “that”–would it improve the process? I enjoy both the creative and intellectual challenge of quilting.
DRIVEN BY COLOR
I think I am also driven by color. I love color. I love the array of colors found in both fabrics and threads. I love sorting and re-sorting fabrics into different color combinations for my quilt blocks and trying all sorts of thread/fabric combinations.
Finally, I want to create quilts so generations down the line will know me in some small way. I love the quilts and afghans that my husband and I have inherited from previous generations.
WHY DO YOU QUILT?
Today on Open Line Friday, I’d love to hear why YOU quilt…
Thank you in advance for sharing…
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