I have a growing list of topics that I research and use to share. While I had plans for what I wanted to share today, something popped up, on another blog, that took me in a completely different direction today. And, I’ve concluded that it is more important for others to read what I read, than for me to share what I had originally planned to share today.
The EQ Blog is a delightful blog that I follow with great delight. Their post today refers to an article written in 1994 by Penny McMorris. This article focuses on thoughts about how technologies would influence quilters in 2010. I enjoyed reading this post on the EQ Blog today very much, as well as Penny’s complete article that can be viewed via a link in the EQ post today. I really hope everyone will read this article and take a few minutes to reflect back on quilting, as well as take time to think about the future of quilting.
What do you predict quilting will be like in 2020? I’d love to hear your thoughts. This may sound silly, but I think those that can visualize the future can help to influence achieving something great. In this perspective, I want to recognize and compliment Penny McMorris. Penny, along with a great EQ team, has helped to provide many quilters with many delightful products that help us create beautiful quilts in 2010.
I had already been quilting for many years in 1994 and never dreamed we’d be where we are today. Thus, I’m truly greatful for Penny’s ability to dream and help inspire others to create products that have made such a significant impact on the quilting world as it is today.
And I’m looking forward to seeing where quilting will be in 2020! Again, I’d love to hear your thoughts.