8 Bad Quilting Habits – Why and How to Fix Them

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Save Yourself Time and Angst in the Long Run!

Do you have bad quilting habits? And even if you do, why do they matter? According to Karen Brown from Just Get It Done Quilts:

“Bad habits are those things we do now to make our lives easier but that we pay the price for in the long term. Some of them are at the expense of our work, our spaces, and our mental health.”

Karen put together an excellent video outlining 8 bad habits that she had, and why – and how – she fixed them.

8 Bad Quilting Habits - Why and How to Fix Them

You may expect these to be common habits that you’ve already heard a lot about, but some of them we’ve barely heard mentioned before. Even if they are familiar, Karen’s thoughtful insights make the video well worth the time of every quilter. In the long run, you can benefit a great deal from following her example and changing these habits.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

In the video, Karen mentioned self-threading needles, like these, and the following videos:


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