Thursday, January 28, 2016

Why do you quilt? Consensus

It's evident through everyone's comments we quilters are happier than a bird 
with a french fry when we get to sew and make quilts! 
There was a consensus through-out our comments to the question I posted earlier this week (Why do you quilt?)  that none of us are really motivated by having an intended outcome or recipient, but rather enjoy the creative process of our quilting. Quilting makes us happy! 
 Kindred spirits are we!
Plus, as some of you commented, it's a great stress reliever and way cheaper than therapy! LOL!
 I just had to drop in today and let everyone know how much I enjoyed this bloggy conversation.

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Val's Quilting Studio

11 comments:

Jeanna said...

Loved it! Thanks, Val :)

Debra said...

Kindred Spirits... this bunch of creative people!

paulette said...

Yup...that's us in a nutshell!

tubakk said...

Love your happy bird, just as happy as us when we quilt.

Leeanne said...

It feeds our souls, our inner child too!

Linda Smith said...

Cheaper than therapy? There is no insurance coverage for quilting-therapy!! And the price of fabrics makes me abandon all arguments for quilting that use the word "Cheaper". But, since it is beautiful and makes me happy, I embrace it.

Valerie Reynolds said...

That is does....I especially feel that way when I'm playing with my scraps.

Vicki said...

Hello there dear friend! Long time no talk. Yes, sewing/quilting is my saving grace from the every day. Stay well!!

Kate said...

Life is definitely better while making a quilt.

Val's Quilting Studio said...

Amen sister!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

I think it's like playing with crayons only harder now that we are grown up...it's the colors / the endless variety of things to make or see others making! :)

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