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Conscious Quilting

Are you looking to be more mindful in your quilting practice? In my  previous post  I promised to share some ideas about how we might go about this, and how we may potentially be doing harm to the environment and those we share it with. To begin, here are some questions I think we could all consider when it comes to our quilty activities. Fabric: Consider what you already have before purchasing more. Before Purchasing  Anything Why do I want this?  How much use will I get from it? Was it ethically produced? If I leave it a week or more, will I still want to buy it? What is it made from? Will it recycle or compost? Do I already have something that will do the job? The Fabric Stash Do I still like this, and will I use this fabric? If no, could I gift or sell it? Do I really need more storage, or do I need to use some of my fabrics? How can I organise my fabrics in a way that will make me excited to use them? Am I afraid to cut into this? Could I use it in another way? Before Considering

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