I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get hung up on the ‘rules’ of quilting.
Are there really rules? Who’s in charge here?
Who made the rules?
How do we deal with our mistakes…and how many times do we need to unpick and fix?
Perfect Points….Perfect Quilter – who has time for that?!
Hitting some points on being the perfect quilter and getting those perfect points.
Let me just tell you right off- it won’t happen all the time.
I’m talking out what I have learned that has helped get over the need of being perfect in my quilting, plus a few things that I have found helpful in getting over the frustration and need of perfection.
Cranky Quilt referenced: Cranky Quilt Tutorial
Ann said my favorite comment from here:
Perfectionism is a hard master, and usually winds up with procrastination and paralysis.
Have any thoughts on this subject? I’d love to hear it, drop it in the comments.
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