As a sewing educator I’m on a continual quest to help fellow sewing enthusiasts fill their world with pretty stitches! It’s my ultimate goal to help you make the most of your sewing machines each and every time you have the opportunity to sew!
It's amazing how many sewing sites, online magazines, and DIY YouTube channels are out there! They're all filled with colorful pictures and promises to fulfill your wildest sewing dreams and expectations. To be sure, we live in a time when sewing is not only considered a valuable skill, but an artistic endeavor we can enjoy while sewing solo or as part of a group. Thanks to the Internet, creativity is just a click away. Without a doubt, there has never been so much information available to us by simply tapping on a screen or typing on a keyboard. With all that’s out there, it can be easy to get lost in this maze of information.
So, where do you go when you need a little boost of creativity and inspiration? While I often fly solo when working and play in my sewing space, I find myself greatly inspired by the enthusiastic sewing people I meet, students who attend my classes and events, and folks like you that I have the privilege of interacting with on a regular basis online! I love hearing from you, whether it’s a comment at the end of a blog post, an email, Facebook post, an in-person event, etc., etc., etc.! Of course, some of you are local and we regularly get to have that precious face to face time together. Whether I get to see you often in person or connect via the internet airwaves, I want you to know that your comments and questions keep me energized, spur me on to new sewing explorations and keep me on the hunt for new discoveries to share with all of you, my near and far away sewing friends.
Thinking about where and how we gain sewing knowledge and inspiration these days, I have a few questions for you to ponder. Question one is this, what avenues do you explore when you’re searching for sewing inspiration? Second, where do you find yourself searching for sewing solutions when you are stumped on a particular project or sewing task? Last but not least, what kind of sewing instructions do you prefer to purchase and have on hand for future reference? Today I’m asking you to participate in a short survey and inviting you to share your answers to these pressing questions. Thanks for playing along!
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