Getting Creative in the Time of Quarantine
We asked seven people in the quilting industry to share their challenges to creating in this time of isolation. Their answers are honest, vulnerable, and relatable. Sewing during quarantine looks different for everyone, but we're all doing our best to cope and move forward with the help of our craft.
What to Know Before Sewing Masks for Hospitals
Everyone is playing an essential role right now – even those of us who are staying home sitting behind your sewing machines. Before you start sewing masks to donate, read this article for resources and things to consider.
Quilters Help in Wake of Australian Fires
We want to take some time to celebrate those in the quilting and sewing world who have been so generous in raising money for the wildfires in Australia. A large number of people have also been sewing and knitting to help comfort animals affected by the fires.
5 Reasons to Decorate for Christmas Earlier
For those who celebrate Christmas, the debate about when to decorate for the season is an old one. For some, it seems the decorations go up before the trick-or-treaters have even sorted their candy. For others, the tree and lights are put in place in early December. Is there a benefit to getting decorations out early? According to recent scientific studies, they are some pluses, including these five, below.