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4. Check Your Inspiration Boards - You probably have a collection somewhere of things that inspire you. These days it's likely to be a Pinterest board but it could just as easily be a folder of magazine clippings or a pinboard on your wall. Browse through that to see if anything jumps out as your now project. The key here is to focus on ideas you've already collected. Just surfing the web looking at quilts when you're already feeling uncertain can easily become a giant time suck leaving you feeling even more overwhelmed by an overload of ideas.
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6. Learn Something New - Sign up for a quilting class at your LQS. Not only will you learn something new but you'll hopefully make new quilty friends as well. Nothing nearby? Try a class on Craftsy or just check out some of the amazing tutorials being put out by Missouri Star Quilt Co.
7. Get Social - Everything is easier with friends. Invite a friend over to rummage through your stash and create a fabric pull for you. Create your own bundle and post it on social media asking for opinions. You're not bound by anything but getting feedback from others can help crystallize your thinking. If you're really brave ask your kids what they think about an idea, just be prepared for brutal honesty:-)
Are you feeling inspired? So get out there and sew!!!