Learn how to make a quilt from beginning to end with this 5 part tutorial. If you are a quilter, you surely know that quilting is an art that serves as a wonderful creative outlet.
However, quilting has also been found to help improve a person’s emotional and mental health. Your emotional and mental health has a direct relation to your overall physical health, and this is why creative arts such as sewing, quilting, and other forms of crafting are very important in your day to day life.
Quilting doesn’t only carry on a tradition of skill and artistry that stood the test of time as this can also bring people together and allow them to express their thoughts and emotions through textile and fabric art.
According to Fave Quilts, one of the top benefits of quilting is that it gives you a chance to unplug from today’s modern world and all technologies therein. Admit or not, people have now become too attached to technology. While not a bad thing in general, spending a lot of time browsing your laptop or tablet is not good for your eyes.
Quilting and its physical act, starting from choosing the fabric to putting then piecing blocks together is time that you can set aside to unplug and focus on making something. Quilting also creates an environment that lets you focus on task completion in contrast to shortening the attention span. This is especially because quilting is a form of art that needs your full and complete attention.
If you feel stressed out lately or you want to try a fun project, The Gracious Housewife shares a short article on quilting for beginners. There are 5 parts to it that will take you from beginning to end of making your first quilt.
This aims to teach newbies how to quilt, starting from the basics, from beginning to end. This way, you too can get started with the art of quilting and enjoy all the exciting benefits that it has to offer.
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