GenQ’s 2012 Addicted Stitcher Survey

November 14, 2012

We last poked and probed into your fabricky lives in late 2011, with our GenQ Modern Quilters Survey.  And now it’s time to do it again. We’d like to count noses, pins, rotary cutters, whatever it takes to grab a detailed snapshot of this niche in the sewing and crafting world. You’ll notice a few [...]

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The Modern Quilter/Sewist Speaks Part 2

January 23, 2012

We’ve crunched some more of the numbers collected in our 2011 Modern Quilting and Sewing Survey, and have more interesting facts to share with you. Let’s Talk Books More than 63% of you usually buy your books from that great cyber-retailer of nearly everything, Amazon. But there are other options, and we let you pick [...]

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The Modern Quilter/Sewist Speaks, Part I

January 13, 2012

What a bunch of accomplished, impassioned, prolific, dedicated needle-jockeys! We’re talking about you, Q-Bie. And our information is unimpeachable, because it came from straight from you in the Modern Quilting & Sewing Survey that Generation Q conducted during the latter months of 2011. We wanted to begin quantifying the whos, whys and wherefores of the modern/contemporary [...]

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Counting Noses: The Modern Quilting & Sewing Survey

September 12, 2011

Hello, Q-Bies: Generation Q has reached another milestone. But we need your help to march past it. We know your time is precious and if you’re not learning or being entertained, what’s the point? (Believe us, we feel the same way!) However, we’re hoping you’ll suspend this thought for about 20 minutes and add your [...]

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