How Much Time Would you Spend on a Sewing Project?

Would a sewing time limit on a PDF pattern encourage you or discourage you from purchasing?

Is time spent on a project only important when making something for someone other than yourself?

How much time would you spend on a sewing project?

Those are some of the questions I hope this  quick poll will answer.

Time Poll

If you’re a quilter I think you have the patience of a Saint and time is not a factor for the beautiful results I’ve seen from many of you!

I really like to my see results from my efforts quickly, but I have calmed down enough to allow time for creating, cutting out fabric, and interruptions in my sewing.  With everything taken in account, anything more than a couple of hours a day for two-three days becomes a daunting task for me.  I can’t turn my brain off from thoughts of the next project and I need to see progress so I can start working on that next big project! My husband calls it anal retentive, but I call it focus! That’s my story and I’m sticking to it…

The poll accepts multiple selections and please add anything I missed in the other category, or leave me a comment.

Your opinion really matters so thank you for participating!

Happy sewing!

Stay tuned there’s more to come from LaCartera!



2 Comments Add yours

  1. lindaglovinghome says:

    Great questions. I just took your poll. When I was doing custom work for clients, time was important to meet deadlines, but I always gave myself more time than actually needed. By doing that, in the eyes of my clients, they thought I exceeded their expectations. But actually, I don’t like doing things twice. Rather spend the time on the process than correct mistakes at the end. Also, I would sit for hours on end making quilts, can’t do that any more do to back problems. But I really miss sewing into the morning hours catching the sunrise. 🙂 Love your polls!


    1. lacartera says:

      Giving yourself extra time to complete a project is important! You never know what obstacles may come your way even non-sewing related setbacks. 🙂 Thank you for taking the poll and providing feedback. Your comments are helpful to me!

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