International Quilt Market starts today and while thousands of industry creatives will cross the threshold at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX, even more of us will be following along from home. We’ll be at work, at home, running errands… We’ll be living vicariously through Instagram and Facebook Live, eagerly anticipating each new post showcasing the stunning fabric collections, beautifully constructed booths, hot new products, luscious Aurifil thread collections and so much more. This year, our friends at Moda have assembled an awesome team of companies for a booth hop that will surely be the talk of the event… What is your Super Power??
Each participating booth will have one basket full of Super Power Tools to give away, and we’ve reserved one for one lucky person following along at home. This basket will have SO many amazing goodies… including fabric, magazines, quilty tools, and even a cone of Aurifil thread. So, let us know what your Super Power is, enter for a chance to win some seriously stupendous goodies, and chase away those Missing Market Blues!!
American Patchwork & Quilting
American Quilt Retailer
Robin Pickens, Me & My Sister Designs, Betsy Chutchian, Sweetwater, Bunny Hill Designs, Jen Kingwell Designs, American Jane, Gingiber, Brenda Riddle Designs, Zen Chic, Jan Patek, French General, Minick & Simpson, Pat Sloan, Kansas Troubles, Kate Spain, Janet Clare, Wenche Wolff Hatling, Lella Boutique, Laundry Basket Quilts, Stacy Iest Hsu, Blackbird Designs, Kathy Schmitz, Basic Grey, Primitive Gatherings
To enter-to-win, simply click here to head to the Rafflecopter entry page or click on the image above. You do not have to complete all the options to be entered but the more options you choose, the more entries you have! Entries will be accepted from now through 4pm Central Time on October 31st! This giveaway is open to all of our International friends as well! Good luck, have fun, and happy creating!!
UPDATE: Thank you to all who played along!! We certainly have a wonderful collection of inspired superpowers:). Congratulations to Judy Tillott!
My power is to not sleep long night, so I can quilt a lot!
My super power right now is to put crying babies to sleep, which with 6 new babies for friends and family this year is coming in very handy….then I can go on to quilt.
My Super Power would be someone to clean up my sewing space after I leave. Right now it’s me and I’m not doing a good job of it yet. Need Help!
Lean management in my kitchen.
My super power would be having the right color of Aurifil to quilt with in my stash. Love Aurifil but only have a very few spools to pick from.
My super power is turning clothing from a lost loved one into quilts for people to love and be comforted by. I put my heart into each one and make sure that each quilt is perfect for each client. My second super power is being super clumsy! I think the first power is much better though, ha ha!
My super power is laundry! I love doing laundry.
Mu super power is English Paper Piecing! I LOVE IT and love sharing all about it! Thanks for caring and sharing with those of us at home!
My Super Power is correct tools for the quilting I’m doing. I LOVE tools.
My superpower is binding…………..Just love that last step in finishing a quilt.
My super power is saving fabric from being unused or loved!
My Super Power is ‘Gadget Girl’ I own so many of the wonderful rulers, templates, and gadgets that make modern quilting so enjoyable.
My super power is patience. Very helpful for many frustrating tasks. Thanks for letting us join in on the quilt market fun.
My super power is the ability to quilt around a chubby orange cat ! 😺
My super power is using starch! Love needle turn applique and starching fabric just makes it so much easier!
My super power is encouraging others to try new techniques and promote quilting and sewing education.
My super power is the ability to find things. Maybe it’s a mom thing, but if it’s lost or misplaced, I can usually find it. Wish I could be in Houston.
One of many super powers, being a women, is to get friends hooked on quilting then mentor, encourage, and show them that quilting is more than sewing, it is a gift from the heart!
My super power is my Bernina Machine! It makes a good balanced stitch and I enjoy piecing my blocks on it!
My super power is Caffine! Caffine powered for long days, endless days of quilting! And…no matter how much caffine is in my system…I can still sleep like a baby!
My super power is being a loving grandmother! Love my grandbabies!
My superpowers are making it work & figuring it out. They’re not bad superpowers to have, as I rarely get stuck for solutions, & I can usually see how patterns (quilting, crochet, & knitting) were done.
Fun! My super power is color selection – I love unexpected combos that suit the recipient.
My super power is my research skills – I love to learn about anything and everything!
My super power is knowing where everything is for everyone else in my house–sometimes even before they ask. The super power can only be used for others though–I regularly misplace things like my scissors.
My super power is being a mom to 4 boys 7 and under. It’s busy and chaotic but I love them. Quilting is my sanity.
Mine is scrap control! I can iron and cut the ugliest bits and turn it into something beautiful
My super power is taking on more than i can handle. Working full time, grad school and trying to make several quilts at once. Its not going so well.
My superpower is communicating with my cats. They understand me plus they can also mime and talk to me so that I understand what they want. Right now they want me to make them some small flannel quilts for Christmas. Silly came in the living room dragging his blanket and then draped it over his body. Baby it’s getting cold outside.
I volunteer in a NICU and my super power is getting fussy babies to sleep.
My super power is meals in the crockpot so I have more time to quilt!
My super power is teaching 3 of my sisters to quilt. It is wonderful to have someone closes to me have the same passion.
My super power is having enough quilting projects to last me through a zombie apocalypse!
My super power is being a grandmother.
My super power is quilting, from quilts to mini quilts. Love them all. Even donating time and knowledge at senior center.
My super power is managing and ever growing fabric stash at my church and creating beautiful comfort quilts out of others leftovers.
My superpower is planning and organizing. I have a quilting PHD in that field! 😂🙄
My superpower is making delicious chicken noodle soup! Teenagers have requested it…
My Super Power is being a loving Grandmother! Love our Children+Grandbabies!
My superpower is wielding the seam ripper quickly and accurately! (I have LOS of practice!)
This week my super power is patience. Sick kiddos are testing my super power.
My super power is improvising and using things in a new way to make things work.
My super power is learning to live alone and get lots of sewing and quilting done.😊
My super power is math. I use it to figure out how much fabric is needed for different (quilty) projects!
My super-power is making due with what I have. Always seem to manage to get things done.
My super power is finding lost objects, such as my husband’s keys!
I can quilt all day and night including in my dreams!
I super power would be whatever keeps my machine working so I can sew sew sew.
My superpower is teaching my sister with cerebal palsy to quilt, and am working on my niece next.
My super power is being detail-oriented although it takes me longer to finish sewing and quilting projects so maybe it’s more of a detriment. :-).
I dont know that its a super power as much as its a necessity, but my husband is constantly telling me i have super powers soo. I have RA and Lupus and get infusion treatments and chemo and am actually pretty sick as its attacking my organs, but i take care of my one year old grandbaby everyday and keep her one night a weekend. I make quilts for multiple charities and of course for gifts and family members so I have multiple quilt projects going at all times, and my grandma lives in a house to the right of us so we can care for her as she has early onset alzheimers and my father lives in the house directly next door on the left and has had heart attacks and strokes and i care for him. I was a nurse before my own diseases caused me to have to retire and now i seem to work harder than ever. Lol . I may actually have super powers cone to think of it, as i am still standing, my house is clean, laundry done, husband fed and happy and I and wouldn’t have any of it any other way. Quilting and sewing was what i started doing years ago as a therapy and some escape. It was actually recommended to me by a therapist. I have not stopped since and it saved me. It really did. I find joy and peace in that room.
My super power – love of learning and trying new things.
My super power is helping our guild committee provide over 1200 neonatal quilts for our local children’s hospital each year. I do this by co-heading neonatal committee gather donated fabric, sort it, coordinate fabric with matching patterns, cut it, distribute the kits to guild members, collect completed quilts, and deliver them to the hospital. It’s a great deal of fun!
My Super Power is — being a finisher. Like most quilters I have many started projects. But I’m not happy until they’re finished, so I work hard at finishing.
my superpower is looking at options. Do I use this thread, quilt that pattern, so many options….
My super power is speed piecing. especially when using silky fine Aurifil thread!
My superpower is paperpiecing- precise points look good and make me feel good and foundation paper piecing is the secret.
fitting a lot of fabric into a small space. Lol
My super power is color. I love putting together color combinations and having that pop of color that just pulls it all together or makes that one statement. I love studying color!
My suer power is handstitching, lol!
My super power now is finally finding local sources for Aurifil thread on today’s blog
My superpower is using my George quilting machine to finish my quilting projects.
My super power is the ability to procrastinate as long as possible and still get things done. I love Market time. So exciting to see all the new goodies to look forward to.
My super power would be to get all of the projects that I am taking with me on a quilt retreat next week completed.
My Super Power is paper-piecing-I love it-and the blocks I have made are amazing!
My super power is geometry–figuring out how to use the fabric most efficiently. The only problem is that I end up with too many scraps to use up.
My super power is slipper making! I’ve been making them for family and friends for almost 20 years! I’ve made all sizes, from newborn to large (or extra, extra large…) men’s slippers. Sometimes I piece the tops, and sometimes I just use a special fabric. Requests start coming in right about this time every year for slippers for Christmas 🎄 😄
My super power is being able to get in the zone and shut the world out so I can quilt!!! It was a necessity while I was raising 7 kiddos, even though it meant staying up all night.
My super power is finding places to buy fabric. I always seem to be somewhere buying it in LQS, online, at quilt shows, FQ’s, remnants, strips. It doesn’t matter the cut or whether I need it. When I am not purchasing it, I am almost certainly thinking about it. I love fabric and I will not lie. 🙂
Is there a 12 step program somewhere for fabric obsessors? Oops I mean fabric lovers.
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My super power is my Janome sewing machine
I have the ability to read my kid’s minds when they least expect it! Lol. Little do they know it’s because they are very predictable!
My quilting super power is keeping my 40 yr old sewing machine always running. It serves me very well.
My super power is being able to find “lost” items that my husband and kids can’t find.
My super power is my patience…..at my job and with my very ornery dog!!
My super power would be the ability to look at all the beautiful quilts on computer and sew at the same time. I must learn self control. I could actually finish so many more quilts if I’d quit looking at the computer for hours and making more projects to add to my to-do list. Oh well, thank goodness one can dream!
My super power is surviving 4 deployments with my husband gone and remaining relatively sane.
My Super Power is handwork 😍
My Super Power is holding on to my German Shepherd puppy’s (9 months) leash when he decides to chase something in the woods. Most of the time I stay on my feet 😉
My superpower is sewing for non-crafty friends and spreading the love of hand made. Thanks so much!
My superpower is beeing happy every day 😊
My super power is taking care of my family and homeschooling my kids and still having enough time to quilt!
My Super Power must be to make a mess cos I really to that well!
My super power is being able to stretch a meal no matter how many friends my children bring home unexpectedly!
I have a skill for thinking outside the box. Sometimes I come up with useful and creative things and sometimes they are just wacky ideas. My husband finds it entertaining.
My superpower is my positivity aan always finding the bright side!
My superpower is taking someone else’s UFO and finishing it!
Fun! Thanks for the hope of a prize. My superpowers are many! My dad was a Jack of all trades (nicknamed Jack) and I’m his daughter. I can fix a toilet, make quilts, bake awesome cookies and more, cook great dinners, and make dresses. And more. Have a blast at Market!
My super power is being a great Nana to all my grandchildren! They light up my world! My daughter told me my super power is always being there when she needs me!
My super power is starting projects!
My super power is have a lot of fun while sewing!
My Super Power would be having the right color of fabric and yardage in my stash for my current project.
My super power is I love to try anything crafty at least once. If I don’t like it, it goes by the by. If I love it, I will continue it as long as I can. That is what happened with quilting. Tried it and loved it. Knitting on the other hand is a different story.
my super power would be always having every thing i need for a new project without going to the store or hunting for hours for something i know i have but can’t find
Super Power?? Getting to the finish line on a quilting project!
My super power is cleaning up after I finish a project.
My super power is trying to be a good mom and making sure my family has what they need, bringing and picking them up and providing them and friends with a nice home!
My super power relates to snacking. When making a cheese platter, I’m able to magically put the exact number of crackers needed to match the cheese slices. Weird but true!
My super power is that I can take a bunch of scraps and make a beautiful work of “heart.”
My super power is finding balance, between being a wife, mom, Oma, quilting time, painting time, and my remedial tutoring, which also takes place in my quilting room. At least my room is very tidy at least once a day!
I can sit and sew all day long!
My superpower is making the right quikt for the right person.
My superpower is encouraging others in thier quilting journey!
My super power is patience, stubbornness (this isn’t going to get me), and stick-to-tiveness.
My superpower is great sense of direction! I have a pretty good internal compass when is comes to finding my way around!
FMQ w/my walking foot…….Christa Watson style!
My power is handwork!
My super power is matching all the socks in the laundry!
My superpower is to choose perfect color and fabric combination!
My super power is cutting perfectly good fabric into pieces and then sewing them together again!
My Super Power is buying fabric! and thread… and forgetting what project I was going to use it for.. so, I have to buy more fabric and thread .. it’s a never ending cycle..
My super-power has always been needle and thread…sewing…quilts and clothes since I was 9….and that was a lot of years ago! Right now though, my body is a super power as it heals from spinal fractures and restore my itch-to-stitch!
Thanks for this chance and thanks for bringing sew much sewing pleasure to so many! I see Aurifil coming out with even more thread goodness…love the new 80wt btw…got it from FQShop
My super power is speed reading.
My super power is new fabric! Nothing gets a project started quicker! Thanks for this chance to win!
My quilting-related super power is domestic machine quilting, and I love teaching new quilters (how to make a quilt), and various quilting techniques. But my most-requested classes are for domestic machine quilting. Thanks for the chance to win! I love using 50-weight Aurifil for quilting.
My super power is up cycling lockers! I am re-doing my entry way. I will line the inside with lovely fabrics!
My super power is guiding my 10 year old granddaughter in her learning to sew, especially quilting and teaching her to appreciate fabric and texture!!!
My legacy is to have a quilter in the family after me!
My super power is picking out fabrics for a top.
My superpower helps me overcome my insecurity when trying new things.
My super power is to provide support to my young grandson and our whole family as he recovers from the removal of his left eye due to Retinoblastoma.
My super power is surviving as a single old lady in this world and still smiling while trying to be creative every day!
My superpower right now is to keep life flowing somewhat smoothly for our 4 teens/preteens. “Mom, I’m hungry! Mom, where’s my . . . . “. You know.
My superpower right now is making myself available to my children even though they are grown men at 31 and 33 yrs old. The super power of being a mom never ends. Thank you the generous giveaway!
My super power is collecting supplies and working on my hand appliqué when I take the time to.
LOL. My super power is making the best out of whatever occurs around me. Can typically see the glass as more full than empty or the bolt as more yards left than not! Lol
Mine is to work on multiple projects at a time and then end up with 3 finishes at the same time!
My super power is making quilty and machine embroidery gifts for my grandchildren! Two are in college and one is in 6th grade. They bring me joy!
My super power is liking a challenge. Like the reproduction as a lap quilt of a powerpoint graph slide at my daughter’s request. Nothing gets the creative juices flowing like an “out of the box” request.
My super power is the ability to rip a seam from top to bottom in one fell swoop!
My super power is listening to others.
My super power is being the Best Mema in the Whole Wide World to my 4 awesome grandchildren!
My superpower is spelling!
My super power is the ability to pick out fabrics and threads for a quilt that always work well together.
My superpower is that I can remember every birthday I’m told. Whether I remember to give a gift is a different story.
My super power has nothing to do with quilting or sewing. This year, I’ve lost 50 pounds! So my super power is staying away from sweets and fats and carbs! (but sometimes I cheat, cuz I’m only human)
My super power is finding time to quilt with 4 young children and a hungry husband around 🙂
My super power is to be able to quilt with my three year old daughter and that she thinks it’s a play!
My super power is encouraging other quilters to use the library to borrow quilting books and magazines instead of buying them and so leaving them with more money to buy fabric!
My super power is being able to overlook small mistakes and just go with the flow to get things done.
My super power would be trying new things even when I have no idea how it’s going to turn out!
My super power is juggling various interests of mine; quilting, reading, golf, tennis & helping with an infant grandson.
My super power is just being a Mom, Granma, and friend. Willing to help, teach, play, …and making fun things from my Heart..for them all! 🙂 Guess my super power is loving others…unconditionally..
Patience with screaming children.
I couldn’t think of a superpower so I asked the DH and he said his was his ability to eat pizza… Go figure. lol. Thanks for the chance to win!
My super power is determination.
My Super Power lies in my recent retirement – I can now do anything I want, when I want, which is definitely power that I intend to supersize !
I teach 6th graders. That feels like a superpower.
My children and the hundreds of children that came through our door over the last twenty years have said that I have a super power! They don’t know how I can know what they are up to when I am not even in the room! I tell them it’s a Mom super power and even though I wasn’t technically everyone’s Mom I still could do it as long as you had love in your heart. It seemed to work.
I wish I had some! Maybe a super human love of chocolate?
My super power is to meet my goal of organizing my planner 2016-2017! Curiously, there’s not a slot for limiting online time! I might get more done? OMG
My Super Power is making my family members smile when I present them with either a quilt, pillowcase, wall hanging, or anything else that I’ve made specially for them.
My super power is that I survived cancer! My son was 6 and my goal was to see him graduate from high school. Well dreams do come true, he will graduate will Honors this June. Life is fantastic!😄 Toni Anne
My super power is fingers that love to sew and hopefully, will be able to do so for many more years
My super power is elasticity. I’m learning to let things that don’t really matter, bounce off me. It’s a much better way to live!
My Super Power is too hand quilt after Carpul Tunnel surgery on Both hands !!! My rehab
My super power is collecting things that end up making it easier to make other things 😉
I am the superhero of the last minute. I occasionally procrastinate on projects but I always get them done on time. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway!
My super power is my baking
ALL my quilting friends love it when I bring goodies to our meetings.
My super power is finding creativity as a deadline approaches. The less time I have to work on a project, the more motivated I seem to be! 😀
My super power is having the restraint to buy no more than a fat quarter at a time when I visit the fabric store.
My super power is being outdoors and receiving a flash of inspiration
I think my super power is finding the most expensive piece of fabric that I HAVE TO HAVE!!!
My super power is making table runners and lap quilts.
My super power is multi tasking while sewing/quilting! As soon as my machine starts people (small people namely my children sigh) need to talk to me
My super power is finding time for my client’s quilts and working 40 hours a week.
My super power is being a momma who turns fabric into sweet dolls and animals for children to love.
Multitasking is my super power (or maybe my kryptonite)
My Super Power is I do perfect bindings every time!
I solve problems.
My super power is picking out fabric that reflects the personality of the person I am making a quilt for and matching a pattern to that fabric. I am always a fabric first person.
My super power is having a head for doing the math in quilting
So fun! My super power is adopting orphan fabric!
My super power is my credit card to help me purchase all my fabric, thread and notions needed to stitch!
My super power is saving money so I have more to buy quilting supplies!
Right now my super power is focusing on my health … losing weight and exercising.
My super power is patience. I can re-do a seam or a block repeatedly until I get it right! …and I often do! :/
My super power is taking a stack of fabric and an idea and creating a snuggle, useful, beautiful quilt.
My super power is finishing UFOs….including other quilters UFOs! It makes them so happy when I hand them back a finished project they can use! And what a variety of projects I get…so much fun!!
My super power is mender of all things. My family thinks I can sew and fix anywhere. I try not to let the down… no matter what the challenge.
My superpower is loving my family
My super power is constantly learning new things! Quilting keeps the mind sharp! ~ how to use new tools, new fabrics, and new thread!
My super power is just trying to get all on my to do list done at the end of the day. Seems like the more time you have, the less you get done!
My super power is that i don’t get upset very easily and that I give everyone the benefit of the doubt (drives my husband crazy )
My Super Power is that I can mend clothes for my daughters and grandchildren thus making their dollar stretch further. My speciality is replacing broken zips in hoodies – I cannot count how many I have replaced!
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My super power lately is sewing and cleaning at the same time…thanks to my Roomba! Haha
My super power is baby wearing while I create!
My super power is my imagination. There’s always a lot going on up there in my head, and some of it actually overflows into real life projects! 😀
I guess it would be I am a kind and generous person.
Ima homeschooler, blogger, author, and sew by night quilter, so I guess you could say my super power is multi-tasking ninja!
My super power? Organization. I’m good at organizing everything except my sewing studio :0)
My super power is turning quilts into masterpieces!
My superpower is staying very organized… so I know wher all my fabric and supplies are at a moments notice!
I can rip out seams at the speed of light…or almost!
My super power is somehow managing to fit sleep in around my work and hobbies. I tried quilting without it, and cannot recommend it.
My super power is making an awesome apple pie!
My super power ist to find the way through my chaos.
My super power is ….
I’m an emergency room nurse by night and a novice quilter by day!
My super power is FMQ using beautiful Aurifil thread
My super power is to follow directions very well and to meet any issues I come across head on and keep trying till I figure it out and make it through to the end.
My super power is distraction so I have a ton of UFOs!
I have super duper listening powers…you tell me your quilting dream and I can imagine it right along with you.
My power is always to have new ideas 😀
My superpower is committing to one (or two) projects at a time and finishing what I start.
My super power is cooking and baking. I don’t want to blow my own horn, but I am an awesome baker, and I love to do it. Thanks!
my super power is being able to ignore a little dust and mess while I’m sewing and quilting 🙂
My super power is God, who gave me the ability to create and stick with a project until it is completed.
Sewing even just a few minutes a day and getting a lot done in a week!
My super power would have to be Patience …I LOVE sewing anything and everything. I try to make new things even if I fail, waste fabric, thread and time, I will continule to make whatever it is I’m trying to make
My super power is “Mommy” hearing! I can tell what my husband and kids are doing in the other room just by the sound of it. It freaks them out!
My super power is being a mom…the hardest but most rewarding job in the world!
I would say my Super Power is being able to calm down crying babies.
My super power is reading… I can read fast and love to devour books
My super power is getting everything I need done despite a lot of heath issues. On the quilting front my power seems to be putting fabrics together that others don’t think will work and they do, they really do.
love making sting quilts, using parts leftover from other quilt projects
My superpower is breatfeeding my 3 month old while keeping up with the ##missingmarket on my phone. And making a pattern for a quilt i will be doing for my daughters first christmas.
My super power is designing projects well above my skill level and successfully completing them anyway.
My super power is organization. If it’s messy and I can figure out how to organize it!
My superpower is being able to find the perfect container WITH a lid to fill with leftovers! Ha!
My super power is finishing what I start-no UFOs for me!
My super power is that my brain can hold more quilting ideas for future projects than mere mortals.
Well, I’ve survived the first 4 years with twins. I think that counts as a super power. 😉
I take Fabric and Thread…and turn them into quilts!
My super power would be to quilt all the tops I make!
I can always find more fabric to make Meals on Wheels placemats in my stash.
My super power is the ability to create something tridimensional. It can be food, or made of fabric or maybe yarn.
My super power is having the tools and space for quilting.
My super power is chain piecing and binding!!
My superpower is the ability to clean up stray threads with a quick swipe of a lint roller! Although I often seem to miss the ones clinging to my backside, maybe that’s my superpower uniform! It certainly identifies me as a quilter.;-)
My super power is knowing where everybody’s stuff is.
My super power is persistence which keeps me focused when tackling a difficult problem.
My super power is empathy.
My super power is having a big heart where I make FSL angels for family and friends for the loss of a loved one, special occasion, or just to cheer them up.
My super power is knowing where all the things are in the house … !
My super power is time management. Juggling a household, 3 kids under age 5, a professional career and still finding time to quilt and save my sanity!
My superpower is interpretation in unusual ways. I never seem to be able to make a pattern or a design without modifying it, sometimes extensively, to fit my circumstances at the time. Color, fabric shape (I don’t have a layer cake, just a jelly roll, so those pieces are too big), season (not Santas, but maybe leprechauns), and who knows what else.
My super power is playing with colour! Absolutely love it!
My super power is persistence!
My super power is persuading my son to eat broccoli!
My Super Power is making a mess while creating.
My super power is drinking large amounts of coffee, and still sleeping at night.
My superpower is that I am always seeing designs and color combinations out in the world and trasnlating them to possible quilts.
My super power currently is growing a baby 🙂
My super power is the ability to match fabrics and pick perfect combinations.
Today my super power is making decorative pillows out of old cardigans!
These days it’s completing an heirloom Christmas stocking for our first grandchild.
I have many. Taking care of others (nursing) is one of them 🙂
My superpower is losing seam rippers!
Designing my own projects!
I can multitask like nobody’s business
I can quilt for hours!
According to my grandson, I can mend anything.
My super power is making big messes in the kitchen. I can have flour everywhere.
My quilting super power is pressing; I am great at pressing and starching. My other super power is packing. Whether it’s a box, a suitcase, a refrigerator or the dishwasher, I can get more in there than anyone I know.
Super Power: I have two great ones and always try to show them love and respect. First always God, for getting me through everything. Second my husband for loving me and putting up with my quilting habit. I have health issues and pain and on good days he never makes me feel guilty if dinner’s not on time or the house is messy because I forgot to come out of the sewing room.
My superpower is being able to cheer other people up and spreading happiness.
My super power is taking pieces of fabric and spools of thread and turning it all into a quilt.
My super power is starting projects hahahah
Superpower: The force to remain calm even if everybody around is freaking out.
My Super Power is the awesome ability to start a new project EVERY time I see something that tickles me, then not let it bother me that I have so many UFO’s hehehe!
My superpower is to be able to stuff more fabric and threads into a small sewing room than thought possible!!! 🙂
My superpower is the ability to make my two kids feel extra special by sewing up something just them that is completely unique, nothing better than being them smile.
My super power is being able to stuff all my great fabric in a very tiny sewing space!
Being able to be creative in the confines of what’s currently available.
I’m a crafty special needs momma. My super power is juggling appointments and creative time (that helps the family and helps the momma unwind)
i am an oncology nurse by day, quilter by night and son and son in law at beck and call 24/7
My super power is being a mom to twins plus 2 more!
My superpower is lining up projects for the next 20 yrs and making my way through them while acquiring more every month!
Making large quantities of fabric and notions disappear, so my husband doesn’t see them and complain that I have “too much stuff”!
My super power is to inspire my quilting bee friends to try new things!
My superpower is Compassion.
Riding and showing Tennessee Walking Horses is my super Powerl
My super power is my ability to look at a piece of designer fabric, then name the designer & fabric line it’s from!
my superpower is dreaming up new projects
My super power is being creative and creating sewn items for family and friends
I love my rulers–they give me super powers to get accurate results!
My super power is that I have eyes in the back of my head, at least that is what I tell my kids!
My super power is hand embroidery. I love it and have stitched a million miles!
My super power is reverse stitching with seam ripper.
My super power is Hexie woman! Everyone in my guild brings me hexie quilts, papers, patterns – they know I’ll use them! 🙂
My Superpower is finishing the top of a quilt just in time to get it to my longarm quilter.
my super power is making half-square triangles using bloc lock rulers!
My superpower is stashing fabric!
My super power is touching someone heart making them happy with a sewing or embroidery homemade gift.
I am a super maker of banana bread !
My super power is convincing my hubby to let me use the dining room table indefinitely for sewing, even though I have a whole cluttered room full of sewing stuff! It’s all moving to the new garage studio before long, so I think he’s just tolerating it for now! 😉
My superpower is my ability to ‘grow’ my fabric stash!
Kindness. It has opened so many doors.
My super power is teaching. I taught for 40 years!!! Love quick sewing and crafting now.
My superpower is multiplying my fabric – 1 cut of fabric turns into 10 x more pieces after I am done with it.
maybe it’s collecting fabrics and threads, figuring out what to make with it later !!!!