I hated those times! And then it seemed to start happening more and more; at least two or three times a year. In it's absence I was lonely and miserable, and would have tried almost anything legal and moral to get it back.
I tried forcing it back, but the results were not always successful. I worried about it like a woman with a lost child. Some people even suggested "just relax and take a break from it". But I really didn't care for that solution at all. What's a sewist to do?
Last night I read a post at SewingArtistry.com written by its author Claire Kennedy. Her post explained in full detail:
- what Sewjo actually is
- what happens to Ms. Sewjo
- why (she) up and leaves
- what coaxes her back, and
- how to convince her to stay!
Claire Kennedy is an excellent writer, sewist and teacher. I highly suggest paying her a visit soon at the SewingArtistry.com to learn more about nurturing your Sewjo and many other interesting things...