Why is Creativity Good for You and a GIVEAWAY!

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LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE!

Show notes for the podcast, here is the weekly review link and some wailing about the recent weather link:

https://mycreativecorner3.wordpress.com/2018/04/15/this-cant-be-april-part-2/

Thank You to Quilter’s Dream Batting for sponsoring the Giveaway! It is an awesome batting…. never met a Quilter’s Dream Batting that I didn’t like! I can get mine at my local quilt store. I love the bamboo and all the cottons so much!  I have quilted with most all of the products and it makes the quilts look sooooo nice! Want to hear more about the batting? You can listen to a previous podcast here

 

To enter the giveaway leave a comment below. For an additional chance to win see the giveaway post on Instagram. There will be one batting for the winner chosen from the  blog comments and one winner from  the Instagram comments. Entering closes at the end of April and May 1 winners will be selected and Contacted. Giveaway will be limited to US entries only.

After all the chatting, reading articles , reviewing research it is overwhelmingly evident that creating art in all forms is very, very good for you. It is healing, therapeutic and above all magical.  It also connects us to other humans, community and actually can transcend time, language and cultural barriers.

After listening to the podcast, I hope that you will be creative and Quilt on!

Vicki

 

 

28 comments

  1. I really enjoy your podcasts. Creativity is such an important part of my life. If I don’t get to spend time in my sewing room everyday I find myself feeling down. I find that if I just cut some scraps or iron dome fabric it is very relaxing. Would love to win. Thank you

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  2. Quilter’s dream Batting was so generous to contribute to this amazing giveaway. I am a crafter, but currently disabled with physical challenges. I have many UFOs.

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  3. I try to be creative and make something as often as I can. I am currently disabled, so sewing and crafting is near impossible. I have many UFOs.

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  4. I still consider myself a beginner quilter. I think I will always be a beginner. I do small projects, like table runners and mug rugs. I really want to make a bed size quilt but the time involved is so much that I would prefer to make more small items. Quilters Dream Batting is certainly something that I would like to try.

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  5. I would love to try Quilters Dream batting…you make it sound so perfect! I have a strong need to be creative and make things and always have. It quiets my soul and fills my bucket!

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  6. I love quilting!!! That was a great podcast very informative. Keep them coming so I can keep learning please💕💕💕

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  7. I love Quilters Dream batting. I also agree that being creative is so important. I don’t feel complete unless I have fabric in my hands and at my machines.

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  8. Thanks for sponsoring this give away. I have 9 quilt tops that I am hoping to complete this year – batting is next on my list to purchase. Thanks for your interesting and inspirational podcast. It’s one of my favorites.

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  9. Enjoyed your podcast on creativity! Sometimes I think I spread myself too thin with all the crafts I enjoy, but I am never bored! Always enjoy the end result, no matter what I craft! Thank you, Susan

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  10. I enjoy being creative. After garment making for many years I slowed down but had to create at least one thing every year. Now I quilt and feel the need to constantly create something with fabric. I crocheted and knitted in a past life. I do want to make me a scrappy afghan but this will be a slow stitch long term project for me.

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