If you are a person who is particular and needs things (beds, food, people, etc) to be a certain way for you to be happy, quilt retreat is not for you. Also if you have specific dietary or sensory requirements to be comfortable, quilt retreat is not for you.
It reminds me of an Adam Sandler Saturday Night Live skit. You can watch it on twitter here.
"You're still going to be you on vacation"!
|retreat sewing room late at night... most quilters are asleep!|
Also, if you are a person who doesn't like to hear the opinions of others, quilt retreat is not for you.
|my retreat table 2019|
|my retreat table 2018|
|my interesting friends even have interesting socks!!|
Well, the sprinkles added on top of that... you get to sew all day long! You get to start new projects, finish old projects, see a wide variety of other quilter's projects, and truthfully it can be a little overstimulating at times! That's when you need to take a walk, get a massage, and/or take a little time to read quietly in your room.
Oh yah... and don't forget to sleep! Naps are luxurious if you don't have FOMO.
|my retreat table 2020|
I had such a wonderful time at my annual quilt retreat! I am catching up on sleep and putting away all my supplies and projects. I look forward to blogging about what I accomplished at retreat!