Bad Sewing Habits
"I try really hard not to put pins in my mouth." – Laurie A.
"Procrastination-not just in sewing, regrettably, my life in general." – Judi S.
"Pointing out mistakes instead of enjoying the compliments." – Izzy S.
"Rushing to finish one project so that I can start a new one. Mistakes happen, and I do not enjoy the process as I should." – Lynne R.
"Don't beat myself up so much if I don't like the way a quilt turned out. The recipient usually loves it!" – Cindy J.
"Unthreading my machine by pulling the thread out the top instead of through the needle." – Sherri E.
"Not doing the housework because I am sewing…" – Marla B.
"Not thoroughly reading pattern instructions before I start a project." – Jennifer N.
"Not changing my cutting blade often enough." -- Laurel K.
"Not cleaning my machine as often as I should." – Heather J.
"Starting a project before the last one is completed." – Debra S.
"Sewing for 10 hours straight and not stopping to eat or barely drink!" – Lena M.
"Not being able to tell people 'NO!' when they want to give me fabric." – Patricia T.
"Leaving the rotary blade exposed." – Roberta C.
"Not changing my machine needle often enough." – Anita Z.
"Stop trying to be perfect and just enjoy the sewing." – Jane A.
"Leaving my iron plugged in (it doesn't have an auto shut-off like my previous one!)." – Deborah B.
"Not cleaning my sewing space before starting the next project." – Nancy V.
"Sewing over pins." – Eddie H.