It is interesting how being diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder changes everything.
You never know how much energy you will have on any given day. You suddenly have to look at your time over the course of, say, a month and decide how much you can handle. You have to listen to your body and NOT push yourself like you normally would or you might end up not getting out of bed the next day.
Worst of all, you have to relearn how to do the things you love most.
That's why I started this blog. I have already given up so much. I REFUSE TO GIVE UP SEWING.
So, as I venture forth into uncharted waters, what do you need?
What do you want me to find for you?
What do you need help with most?
I have lots of ideas and I have lots of contacts with people who make great products. I just need to know how to prioritize and what I need to find when I go to Quilt Market in May.
So please leave me a comment either here or on my Facebook page and let me know what you struggle with the most. I promise to find what you need most.
And hey, do you have a product that you think might work for my audience? Shoot me an email and send me your stuff!
Thank you for your willingness to do the research for us. I was so impressed to learn about the breath activated sewing machines. I think arthritis and trouble cutting would be a topic of use to many.
I have a lot of trouble cutting and I certainly have a few tips and products I recommend. I will be on the lookout for more at Market. The breath activated machine is quite a niche, isn't it. Amazing that it exists.Delete