Thursday, 23 March 2017

TAST Interview


Sharon B of Pintangle is running a series of interviews with TAST followers. This is a fantastic way to read more about how fellow followers take to 'needle 'n thread', what makes them 'tick' and learn from their wisdom.


I would like to thank Sharon for helping us to learn from each other and share our joy of needlework.



Today my interview was posted. Read it here.



Previous interviews:
Annet of FatQuarter.
Renee of Hand Stitched Treasures
Angela of Princess Bubbles Creates
Maureen of CrazyQstitcher


The cherries are beginning to open their buds and I have hung up my seasonal crazy quilt.



12 comments:

  1. so enjoyed reading your interview with Sharon and seeing more of your stitchery, have booked a hotel for FOQ going for 3 days this year.

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    1. Thank you for taking the time to read the interview.
      Good to hear you are planning a 3-day stay at FOQ - I wish I were, but alas, as long as I have nursing duties, probably no trip....

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  2. Great interview, Queenie. Your work is always beautiful and your seasonal crazy quilt is gorgeous.

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    1. I think it is great to read the different interviews and compare the answers.

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  3. It was lovely to read the interview about you, Carin! I've really enjoyed seeing all your wonderful stitching over the last few years. I always look forward to seeing your latest ideas!
    Thank you for the links to the other interviews too, as I didn't have time to read them when Sharon issued them, and couldn't find my way back later!
    Thank too, for writing your lovely blog!
    Barbara x

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    1. Thank you Barbara for your kind words. I think anyone who is into sewing could ask themselves Sharons's questions - I found I had to take a look at myself and my approach to embroidery and quilting, how I have worked in the past and what aI would like to achieve in the future.
      Pintangle has a wealth of information and inspiration. A daily visit is not a bad idea!

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  4. I enjoyed reading the interview, thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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    1. I have learned so much at Pintangle, from Sharon and from others, and I felt it a great honor to be interviewed. While answering the questions I had to reflect on how and why I work the way I do.

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  5. I enjoyed reading your interview! You were working on your Kafferepet quilt when I discovered your blog through TAST and WIPW, and I was hooked. It is a pleasure to follow your creative adventures. My Winter/Christmas Wall Quilt may be receiving some attention thanks to your 10-minute rule. (I cannot wait to see it finished, but dread the thought of embroidering one more snowflake - lol!) Thank you for the great interview!

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    1. I have so much to be grateful for! Sharon opened a new door into the world of needlework and needleworkers. This interview also made me think hard about my own world and how I can improve it and what I should rectify.
      The 'stitch for a short time' rule is surprisingly effective, and it is SO rewarding to see progress - as you well know with your log books and statistics!
      Let's continue to share and encourage each other, my friend.

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  6. I enjoyed reading your interview too and re visiting some of your past work.

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    1. While answering the questions I had to go over my past work, too.
      I was surprised to see some of the stumpwork portraits that I had almost forgotten!

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