The Process Pledge: a Variation

I see there is an increasing number of quilters out in blogland taking this pledge… and I find this type of sharing very, very exciting! After much debating, I have decided to join in, but feel compelled to do so with a small disclaimer. I know there are two constraints that limit me. First, I cannot commit to blog step-by-step on every project I undertake simply because of the amount of time this takes. And that mainly because I start working on something without a fixed plan, and let things evolve from there, without even stopping to think about documenting the process – and time just does not allow for a repeat of the process. Secondly, there are projects I work on that form part of my commercial portfolio and that will eventually be made available to members of my website. So in all fairness to them, I cannot share on my blog the process behind a particular project that they in turn are paying for. I hope that makes sense.

So, as has happened with so many quilt block designs, I am committing to a slight variation for this pledge. I do promise to share my learning process in what I do. And when I remember (so sorry, I am easily distracted!). And as far as my personal projects go,  I am most certainly committed to sharing what I do and what I learn, including the mishaps. I look forward to sharing, and to learning from others.

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  1. Posted August 19, 2010 at 3:03 pm | Permalink

    Angie, dear, if every blogger were to put details on every pattern they were designing, making or trying out then they’d never get ANY sewing or projects completed. You do a marvelous job.

    I received my prize book of the EQ6 Applique Drawing and I wanted to thank you. Couldn’t remember if i had thanked you before. It is a marvelous book and has been and is a tremendous aide to me on EQ7. I’m hoping that as I get more proficient, I too can create masterpieces such as yours!

    Thanks again Angie. Oh, my DH Ray thought the stamps were wonderful and surprised that I should be hearing from someone in your little corner of the world. He’s kept the stamps. ~2~

    Have a wonderful day and a brighter tomorrow.

    Terri at the Drake’s Nest in Ossineke, Michigan USA