creativity as a force of nature

Na”ture, n. [F., fr. L. natura, fr. natus born, produced, p.p. of nasci to be born…] 5. The sum of qualities and attributes which make a person or thing what it is…; native character…

fabric haul from june 2011 chicago had 4 stores in my area

fabric haul from june 2011
chicago had 4 stores in my area
this is the haul from visiting 3 of them

the culoutte-now-skirt got hemmed and i guess the stretch caused it to ripple. looks kinda flirty!

the culoutte-now-skirt got hemmed and i guess the stretch caused it to ripple. looks kinda flirty!

Is creativity a force of nature?

I think so! We could go all metaphysical and talk about the creation of the universe, but let’s go somewhere else instead, okay?

Using the above definition,  couldn’t sewing be a creative force? (You knew I’d go there, didn’t you,he-he-he!)  🙂

Some people are creative with math (Einstein), some with music (Mozart), or painting (Picasso), or sculpture (Brancusi), or management (Drucker). And some of us do it with sewing.

Now, take a closer look at that upper photo. Don’t some of those fabrics look familiar?!

The green stripe is currently a dress, and the red on the far right is now a skirt. And plans are afoot for that other red, too…

Creative solutions are part of everyone’s nature. Appreciate & exercise yours!

 

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4 thoughts on “creativity as a force of nature

  1. jessthetics

    Haha, I think creativity is a force of nature! Some people can’t help but be creative. It’s an important part of the human spirit, I think, to feel the urge to make things xx

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