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Thread: Spring/Summer quilting???

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    I was just wondering if anyone sews less during the spring/summer when its warmer and you can get out more??
    I know I wont be sitting at the machine as much as I do when its cold and snowy out.

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    maybe a little less in summer for me.

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    Since I am NOT an outdoor person, the seasons don't stop me from sewing, My crafts have always been my sanity!!

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    maybe a little less we will see

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    No difference for me either:)

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    I sew about the same amount of time, some times even more as I am not so achy :D:D:D

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    I sew less but do take my machine out on the deck at times. It is under out big maple tree.

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    Yup, outta here when the sun is shinning-- 15 flower beds, big yard and big garden. Retiring in less than 3 weeks.Hope to quilt two more Kings and piece an asian and an african top.

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    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!

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    no difference to me. I usually quilt at night. :D

    I actually have more time in the summer to sew since I'm a teacher.

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