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Thread: Spring/Summer quilting???

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    I actually end up sewing more during the summer, because I don't have to stay in the house and tend the fire, and I go down to my sewing room a lot earlier, because it's not so frigging cold outside, even though I do leave the heater on low at night during the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetnica
    Quote Originally Posted by Colorful Quilter
    Since I am NOT an outdoor person, the seasons don't stop me from sewing, My crafts have always been my sanity!!
    exactly!
    Ditto!

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    I may not do machining, but applique instead.

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    I sew more in the summer, since I'm out of school then.

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    I love to garden and play outside! Sewing goes way down in the summer

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    In the Spring I may sew less because I don't mind being outside working in the flower beds,but in the Summer when it gets hot I will be in the A.C for sure. :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetnica
    Quote Originally Posted by Colorful Quilter
    Since I am NOT an outdoor person, the seasons don't stop me from sewing, My crafts have always been my sanity!!
    exactly!
    Ditto for me too..:)

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    I sew a lot any time of the year. It was so hot here last year that it was best to stay inside and sew.

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    I sew the same year round. Our temperatures here are warmer during the summer but I have a fan in my sewing room. If it gets too hot in the house then the A/C goes on. I don't hand quilt so I don't have a warm quilt sitting on my lap. I send my quilts out to be quilted by a LA.

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    It probably works out to about the same. I don't quilt as much in Spring and Fall...but when the outside temp hits the 90's and above and the humidity is 100%....I'm inside sewing or reading.

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