The Sewing School
Giacomo Ceruti (1698-1767)
Good Morning, Quilters!
As the winter settles in for a prolonged stay, January is a time for introspection. It’s a season more conducive to thinking than to action…
Perhaps it’s a good time to spend a moment thinking about our quilts and setting goals.
The experts on goal-setting say–“Begin with the end in mind.”
What does that mean in terms of our quilting projects?
Perhaps a little time travel is in order…
Imagine it’s the year 2117--and a family member has just inherited a trunk of your quilts.
What will YOUR quilts say about YOU?
Do they say what YOU want them to say?
Over the next several Fridays, I will offer a few other ways to think about quilting.
Perhaps you could add a few journal pages to your Quilt Notebook and write down your answers.
Please share YOUR thoughts, ideas, concerns…
As our New Friend, Kelly Ashton would say: “Quilting is not a matter of life or death–it’s more important than that!”
Happy, Thoughtful Stitching,
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