Tuesday, 1 December 2009


Are you obsessive about your points, seams and stitches?

If you are, you shouldn't be reading this blog (joke!).

Sarah at House of Krom has summed it up!

Click here to read her post.


Amanda said...

I think every quilter should print that out and pin it on the wall near the sewing machine! I'm certainly going to.

Sarah said...

hey! thanks for the link! i had a feeling i wasn't the only one having perfection obsession : )

Joyce said...

I so agree with her. I am so far from a perfectionist that for years I didn't even try quilting, thinking you had to be perfect. I'm so thankful that I learned otherwise. I quilt for fun, not profit or shows. The recipients are so happy to get a quilt that they never look for imperfections, or if they do they don't tell me.

True Blue Nana said...

I agree with all of you. I am in it for the fun and the artistic expression and if you don't like what I do it is your loss.

Michele's Quilting Journey said...

I hung one of my quilts on our Guild display booth's wall this summer. Everyone ever so politely, looked away from its liberated qualities. I knew they thought I'd goofed on my seams, points, and bindings. I was delighted at their reactions and neither explained nor apologized. Instead, I smiled to know how happy my sewing makes me and those that I give them too ;)

Sharon said...

Boy, I think Sara hit the nail on the head. I try to be liberated (both piecing and quilting), and yet I have this inner dialog with myself as to just how "liberated" is acceptable.

But after my quilts are done and washed and on the bed, I never see those glaring mistakes again! So, then I have to wonder, why the obsessing?? She had a great post...thanks for the link!

belinda said...

Yes...this was a great post....I am soooooooo much better than I used to be!!!.....LOL....I only
obsess a little now and I don't have to have all my towels in the cabinet facing the same way