These past few weeks have truly been trying times for many. I found myself dealing with a variety of stressors that zapped my creative inspiration. Sadly for a time, I didn't want to create anything.
Fortunately, I have access to a wealth of inspiration via the internet, books and other creatives. I have been enjoying a few professionals that have produced some great information. I found that even if I didn't want to create, taking in knowledge about techniques and processes motivated me to get back into my sewing studio.
I thought that I would share some links for those who may be dealing with a similar creative block.
The Baby Lock website has a variety of resources. I like to check out the projects that they offer in the Learn/Create tab. Their website is https://babylock.com/.
They also have a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/babylocksewing/.
If you are looking for some ruler/template quilting inspiration, Sew Steady has been sharing lots of Facebook live posts. Their link is: https://www.facebook.com/SewSteady/.
If you are looking for serger inspiration, check out Deb Canham. She is a Baby Lock Educator and loves her sergers. Her Facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/sergersanity/ She has done several Facebook live presentations on serger feet and what you can do with them.
Missy Billingsley is also a Baby Lock Educator and she shares a variety of machine hints and tip on her Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/missybstitchin/
Finally a local ruler designer and teacher Kadi Easley owner of the Patchwork Dog hosted a Strip 'N Turn Mystery Sew, It is a cute project and here is the Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/230635208155089/
There are many more out there, but these got me back into my sewing studio.