I especially love the advice at the top. These are words of wisdom, whether you’re a new quilter or very experienced. Take a look.
Probably one of the nicest aspects of sewing arts is our tradition of sharing knowledge and expertise. As we absolutely love to spread quilt making, sewing, and crafting know-how, here’s a few lessons and insights picked up by your “quilting sisters” at See How We Sew:
Best piece of quilting advice you ever got?
Darra: It was a quote I saw in American Quilter magazine, probably in the late ’80s, in an article written by Joen Wolfrom. In it she said: “A finished quilt which has no imperfections, artistically or technically, is one that was created within the quilter’s comfort zone. No significant learning will take place when we stay in this safe place.”
I had never met Joen, but this quote struck an enormous chord with me. I copied it down and taped it on the wall of my sewing room. When I began to travel and teach…
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