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Confessions of a Quilt-aholic: Sewing in Moderation?

25 Sep

Can one sew in moderation?

I don’t know about most people, but when I try something new, I give it 100%! When I started quilting, I made a king size quilt top in less than a week, and I’ve been working hard on sewing and quilting ever since. I’ve been trying to work on finding a balance of sewing and normal life, but I always end up in my new sewing room, pumping out one project or another. Recently I took some time off for my depression, but now I am back and have been hard at work on Christmas themed shenanigans, and then a very lovely lady bought a quilt fro me, so I have been working on that.

Recently, I started looking for a job to help me get out of the house, and I’ve come across a few that seemed interesting, but most of them make me want to quilt instead. Haha. I’ve just been looking for some moderation to keep me more balanced. Does anyone have any advice?

I’m kind of looking for a full time job, but I also want to make sewing, quilting, and crafting my full time job, so id=s there an answer for this age old quandary? I’m not sure.

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2 Responses to “Confessions of a Quilt-aholic: Sewing in Moderation?”

  1. bendurbubble September 25, 2013 at 6:39 pm #

    I am in exactly the same boat, have you tried asking at your local craft/fabric store if they need help? I did that and that pays for fabric and now I’m trying to sell my quilts online to hopefully fund more quilts! 🙂 good luck and keep quilting!

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