Why wait for years and years to be a better quilter? What if I told you that you can start being a better quilter TODAY!?
Too often we get super busy with the day to day tasks of life that it can be easy to lose sight of the bigger picture.
Sometimes, we can’t imagine being as good a quilter as (whoever you look up to) so we just kind mentally stay grounded in our current level of quilting and don’t move past it!
If you never try to be a better quilter, you won’t ever be.
…And that is just not ok!
I’m going to take a guess… but you’re over here reading a quilt blog when you could be doing any number of other things in this very moment. So, I think it is safe to say you love quilting -OR- you are just starting out and you WANT to love quilting. Am I right? 🙂
If you have been looking for how you can jumpstart your quilting progress… no matter what level you’re at, today is your day!
ARE YOU READY TO BE A BETTER QUILTER?
I made a 30-day challenge for you! (because I’m obsessed with smaller achievable goals that all work together to CRUSH an even bigger goal! Seriously, ask my husband. I’m a checklist making queen when the going gets tough around here.
I want you to be that last tiny little snowflake that starts the colossal snowball rolling down the mountainside! There is just no stopping you when you pick a goal and have a solid plan.
Ok, so what’s this challenge about?
Each day there is one small task to complete. I even put little checkboxes on each day so you can visually see your progress! *insert happy heart eyes*
I’ve really thought this through and come up with the smoothest road possible for you.
NONE of the day’s tasks is hard or overwhelming… You can totally do this!
And the best part?
Every single item on the list will contribute your end goal… HOW TO BE A BETTER QUILTER! Also, It is FREE! 🙂
It’s FREE? Awesome! How Do I Get it?
In the download below, you’ll find two 30 day challenge worksheets. Pick the one that works for you.
- For the beginner level quilter who needs to work on foundation skills and building more confidence as a quilter.
- For the more advanced or experienced quilter that just needs to get out of a dry spot in quilting and shake things up a bit!
I’m giving you the map, but you have to take the journey!
Give me your thoughts in the comments section below! What do you think holds you back from progressing to the level of quilting that you want to be at?
I have a hard time finding the time to quilt because of my full time job. I am making more time to sew and quilt, but then I have to work harder the next day to keep the full time work caught up. I am hoping to make quilting my full time passion when I retire in about 10 years.
I See Stars Quilting says
Kim, thats my goal too… I find I’m easily motivated by a large block of time in the week to quilt BUT ONLY IF I FINISH x, y & Z on my to-list first. It takes some severe discipline, but it makes for a wonderful reward 🙂
I have only made one quilt and it didn’t turn out very nice. I don’t know about trying again, but I love the fun and excitement of looking for a pattern , fabric ( I am not to good at that ) and then trying to make it. I am 69 and was told that I am a little bit old to start now.
I See Stars Quilting says
Martha, first of all… My middle name is Elaine… So I like you already! ? Second of all, who told you 69 is a bit old to start quilting?! That’s crazy talk! If you enjoy it, do it. That’s all that matters. And a lot of good quilting comes with practice and plain trial and error. Maybe start with a baby sized quilt or a lap quilt and work your way up to the bigger sizes?
Thank you so much :} I have a great granddaughter I want to make a quilt that my mother called Granny Quilt. It is so cute, she made them for her grandchildren. I found the block and some handwritten instructions , but I was a little afraid to try.