8th March 2019

In last week’s All Stitched Up! HERE we unpacked some thoughts about inspiration, and it made us wonder further about where inspiration comes from and what we can do when we seem to run out of it.

Is it possible that the more curious among us have more inspiration to draw from?!

A common definition of curiosity is ‘a deep desire to know’ and it’s that desire that propels us toward finding out more about the world around us. It might be as simple as paying more attention to the seemingly small details that surround us as we go about our day-to-day lives right through to researching an unfamiliar technique or thread we can use in our stitching – the possibilities are endless!

It may be that curiosity doesn’t come naturally to you, but like most things in life, it is something we can intentionally pursue, and we think the more things you find yourself curious about, the more inspiration you’ll have to draw from when you pick up needle and thread. So, wherever it is your curiosity leads you, be sure to follow because on the other side there’s bound to be a whole lot more inspiration!

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