Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Two Question Tuesday - 10/25/11

Two Question Tuesday – 10/25/11

Here's the deal - I really liked Mama M.'s Five Question Friday - but that's just too many questions for me.  So I'm going to do my version - and without the linky thingy.

I'll ask two questions and then give you my answers.  If you want to play - you can give me your answers in the comment section.  If you have a blog and would rather answer them there - just leave a link to your blog instead. I don't know how to do the "Linky" thing like Mama M. yet - and to be honest - I would rather sew than find out - so I'll do it this way until I figure it out.
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Two questions for you this Tuesday -

1.  If you could have a “Super Power” – which one would you choose?

2.  At what point would/did you turn your quilting hobby into a business?

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1.  If you could have a “Super Power” – which one would you choose?
Good question.  ;))
I think I would really like to be able to fly.
I’m afraid of heights – but don’t have any trouble in planes –
so I think that would be a really cool “Super Power”.
Sure would beat freeway traffic, huh?

2. At what point would/did you turn your quilting hobby into a business?
That’s another good question.  ;))
I thought I would turn my hobby into a business when I had something to offer
that I thought other quilters might want to buy.

I wanted to take all of my Left-Handed Quilting tutorials “down”
and turn them into books – for sale - maybe make some $$$ -
until I realized that I couldn’t do the “business” part of it anymore.
I know how – I used to explain it to my clients – I just can't do it anymore.

Too much stress – too much work – just too much!
If I were thirty years younger – maybe – but not now.
Not anymore.  (Health issues.)

Then I realized that I had already written the books –
and published them –
on my blog.
So - I changed my mind - 

and re-posted them all –
and now that I’m done -
I’m going to sew.  ;))

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OK - your turn.



Talk to you later - gotta go - gotta sew -

3 comments:

  1. #1- Super Power? Would being able to be in 2 places at one time count? There are days I would love to be able to just stay home and sew/quilt, but have to be out and about. But, maybe being able to be faster than that speeding bullet would help, too!
    #2 - hobby to business? this could get long! Could I quilt for others? yes and sometimes do, with the understanding that I do not consider myself a professional and I don't do "show quality" work. I've thought about expanding to make quilting a business, but simply don't want to deal with the stress. I also don't have a problem with telling someone I'm not comfortable quilting their quilt if I truly am not. That's one of the reasons I started to quilt my own quilts. I sent a quilt out to be quilted and decided that "I can do that" - okay maybe that's a subject for my blog rather than 'hogging' yours :-)

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  2. #1 - Well, with my new job, a super power that allows me to understand all the computer stuff quickly would be nice! But I do like the idea of flying...definitely a plus for my 30 minute commute to work. But I think being able to function normally on less sleep would be best. I get cranky on less than 8 if it's not regular, but still feel tired too often. :(

    #2 - No intention of turning my quilty hobby into a job. I might not mind owning a quilt shop, so long as I could just order fabric and shop there and not have to run the register, cut much fabric, balance books or clean up every night! (So realistically, not gonna happen.)

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  3. Super power - Like Jeanie or Samantha - be able to clean house and do laundry with the blink of an eye or twitch of the nose.

    Quilting/sewing to a business - I've tried on a small scale and find I don't like sewing to spec. Once it becomes a "hafta" it's not fun anymore so a hobby it will remain.

    Thanks for great questions!

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I love reading your comments -
they let me know that I'm not just talking to myself - ;))

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