Quirky question: the joys and sorrows of quilting

Posted by on May 21, 2014, in quirky question

Martingale's Quirky Question

Thanks for stopping by for the weekly Quirky Question—where questions are just for fun, your answers are always welcome, and you could win an eBook for free!

Quilting with My SisterToday’s spotlight: Quilting with My Sister: 15 Projects to Celebrate Women’s Lives by Barbara Brandeburg and Teri Christopherson (eBook only). See quilts from the eBook at the bottom of this post.

Making a quilt can bring on a range of emotions, from pure joy to sudden sorrow (if you’ve ever forgotten the “measure twice, cut once” rule, you know what we mean). The process can be a roller coaster ride! Today, share your feelings about the ride you’re currently on:

Think fast! In one word, name an emotion you’re feeling about the project you’re working on right now.

Post your answer in the comments before noon (PST) on Monday, May 26, for your chance to win. The carefully selected winning answer will be posted on Wednesday, May 28.

Last week’s Quirky Question was, “Where are you from…and where are you now?” Here’s the winning comment, from Shirl:

“I was born in Melbourne, Australia. Because my dad was a policeman, we moved every time he had a promotion, so it was country, city, country, city, country. I remain in the country in a town called Horsham, in Victoria, Australia. My heart is where my family is. I lost my mum 4 months ago and dad last week…both are still here in Horsham, so here I shall remain. I love this country of mine, as all your other writers love where they are. That’s what makes culturalism special. And because sewing is multi-cultural, we all have something wonderful in common.”

Thank you for your gracious comment, Shirl—look for an email about your free eBook.

From the eBook Quilting with My Sister

Projects from Quilting with My Sister

See all 15 projects from Quilting with My Sister


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